Overlord Manga Chapter 67 was expected to be released on July 26, 2021, in Kadokawa Shoten’s manga magazine Comp Ace.
Overlord or Ōbārōdo is a Japanese light novel series created and illustrated by Kugane Maruyama and so-bin respectively. It was first aired online in 2010,
A manga adaptation by Satoshi Ōshio, and illustrator Hugin Miyama, first aired on November 26, 2014, in Kadokawa Shoten’s manga magazine Comp Ace. Both the light novels and the manga are licensed in North America by Yen Press, for English translations which came out on November 8, 2016.
Overlord Manga Chapter 67 Release Date
Overlord Manga Chapter 67 was expected to be released on July 26, 2021. However, it will release within a couple of months. Chapter 67 remains unavailable to date. The manga is known for its irregular uploading schedule and only an estimated forecast is revealed to the fans.
Overlord Manga Chapter 67 Watch the Show Online
Overlord Manga Chapter 67 will be available for reading in Kadokawa Shoten’s manga magazine Comp Ace. Other than this, you can also read online on mangaoverlord, mainstream, novel lover, manga here, manga freak, etc.
— Overlord (@OverlordAnimeHD) July 17, 2020
What Has Happened
The plot opens in the year 2126. A multiplayer online role-playing game is released which is popping off among gamers because of its unusually high ability for the player to interact with the game. After an intense twelve-year run, the game servers are about to be shut down.
Ainz Ooal Gown, a guild within the game is supposedly the strongest guild in the game. After twelve years since the guild was formed, only four of the members remain, the other 37 eventually quit the game.
Meanwhile, the headquarters in The Great Tomb of Nazarick were being retained by a skeletal “Overlord” character named Momonga, who continued to play as the guild leader.
After news of the game’s shutdown spreads, he invites the remaining guild members into the game.
Only one of them appears and that too for a short while before leaving. Momonga is upset by his friend’s lack of significance for this game now and accepts the fact that everyone has their own private life to tend to.
He later discovers that the game didn’t actually disappear. He gets trapped inside the game with his avatar. He goes through several changes and tries to reach out to his friends for help.
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