World Trigger Chapter 213 is all set to come out on 3 SEP 2021 Expected. You can watch World Trigger Chapter 213 on the viz website.
About World Trigger
World Trigger is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Daisuke Ashihara. It was initially serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from February 2013 to November 2018 and transferred to Jump Square in December 2018. Its chapters have been compiled by Shueisha into 23 tankōbon volumes as of February 2021. In North America, the manga has been licensed for English release by Viz Media.
An anime television series adaptation produced by Toei Animation was aired on TV Asahi from October 2014 to April 2016. A second season aired from January to April 2021, and a third season will premiere in October 2021.
In Mikado City, a “gate” to a different world suddenly opens one day. Monsters called “Neighbors” start appearing from the gate. Humans are overwhelmed at first when their weapons are found to be useless against Neighbors until a mysterious organization appears that is able to repel the Neighbors’ attacks.
The organization is called the National Defense Agency, or “Border”, and has appropriated the Neighbor technology called “Triggers”, which allows the user to channel internal energy called Trion and use it as a weapon or for other purposes. By activating a trigger, the body of users is replaced by a battle-body made of Trion which is stronger and more resistant.
World Trigger Chapter 213 Release Date And Read Manga Online
World Trigger Chapter 213 is all set to come out on 3 SEP 2021 Expected.
The followers are very a lot enthusiastic about this show, and they’re wanting to know when is the World Trigger Chapter 213 launch date. Well, it’s anticipated that it is scheduled to launch on 3 SEP 2021 Expected. However, these are simply speculations. So, we should anticipate the official affirmation concerning the manga, 3 SEP 2021 Expected.
Fans can read Manga Online this week when it is made available on World Trigger’s official website. You can read manga online on the Viz website. Raw scans are most likely available on various manga sites and YouTube videos, but we recommend reading from official sources.
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