Fire Force Chapter 278: Release Date, Raw and Manga Online

Fire Force Chapter 278 is expected to be released on August 10th, 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting for the next chapter.

Many manga and anime series have been produced in the last few years. Fire Force is one of a series of lies written and portrayed by Atsushi Okubo.

Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine has been exposing lies. Since September 2015. So far, 29 tankoboon volumes have been collected by the manga. Kodansha USA has been made responsible for the production of lies in English in certain parts of the US. Licensed to do the same.

Fire Force Chapter 278

David Production back in July 2019 turned the lie into an anime series. The series was broadcast between July and December 2019. The main block of MBS’s super Animeism was broadcasting the series until the series was revived for season 2. The second series was also aired between July and December 2020. Renewals were licensed for the second season of the anime series.

Fire Force Chapter 278 story

The series is based on an event that took place two hundred and fifty years ago which is considered 50 years before the Solar 0. The event is called the Great Cataclysm. It is said that in recent years the earth has been subdued and many nations have been wiped out. Post about the very few remaining places to live. The survivors went to Tokyo which was very stable after the event even though most of the world was destroyed.

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The story focuses on the life of third-generation pyrokinetic youth Shinra Kusakabe. He is nicknamed Devils Footprints because of his ability to burn feet at will. He was ostracized at a young age because he was facing the death of his mother and brother

Fire Force Chapter 278 release date and read manga

Chapter 278 will be released on 10th August. The new manga chapter will be available online at Fans will have to wait to learn the lie in English it will take time to translate the lie into English. Fire Force chapters are also available at and

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