Dragon Ball Super Chapter 75 will be released on Tuesday, August 18th, 2021, according to the monthly release schedule. You can read them on the viz.
Vegeta’s new shape has sparked a lot of interest among fans. We will see the full strength of what this can do in Dragon Ball Super Chapter 75, which will be an epic battle.
About Dragon Ball Super
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Dragon Ball Super is a sequel to one of the most popular manga series of all time, Dragon Ball. Akira Toriyama continues to write it, but Totoyarou has taken over the artwork.
This Goku and Vegeta story has been published in Shueisha’s V Jump magazine for almost 5 years. In terms of volume, it has more than 3 million sales as of July 2021.
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The raw version of Dragon Ball Super Manga 75, or early draughts, is expected to be published in the August 2021 issue of V Jump. We don’t know when it will happen, but we know it will be within the next two weeks. This series’ official releases are now quite regular and quick. As a result, we rarely see fan translations. Furthermore, raws are rarely released.
However, the previous Dragon Ball Super manga chapter delighted Vegeta fans, and the entire community eagerly anticipated the next chapter’s release. So, here’s what we know so far about Chapter 75’s publishing date.
Dragon Ball Super Chapter 75 Release Date and Read Online
On August 18th, 2021, at exactly 12 a.m. JST (Japanese Standard Time), the new DBS chapter will be released. The English version, on the other hand, will be released a few hours later, so foreign fans should expect to wait a little longer.
The DBS manga may be read on the Viz Media portal. Surprisingly, the first three and last three chapters are available for free on the digital platform. The rest of the chapters, however, require the Shonen Jump Subscription. Manga Plus also allows you to read the most recent chapter for free.
Granola’s combat is particularly thrilling because he is from a different tier and has his own peculiarities! Is it possible for Vegeta to vanquish Granola and surpass Goku?
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