Blue Lock Chapter 149 is all set to publish this week. Yes, it will be released on October 6, 2021. The fans are avidly anticipating the brand-new chapter.
Blue Lock is arguably the most intriguing manga to have come out of Japan. There are hardly any comics that focus on the theme of sports, but Blue Lock does, and that too so flawlessly and inspiringly. It is a delight to read this manga for all the sports fans out there. This tale is more than just a typical sports comic. A very rare thing about Blue Lock is that it brings the next level of thrill, intensity, and competitive edge for the audience reading this manga.
Drama, sports, and action are some of the fascinating genres that we get to witness with Blue Lock. Yoichi Isagi, the central character, is far more than what he seems to appear at first glance. He always has a cheery approach and a good mindset. No matter how worse the situation becomes, he always finds the way out to emerge victoriously.
Blue Lock has been written by the renowned Japanese writer, Muneyuki Kaneshiro and has been illustrated by the amazing Yusuke Nomura. The characters in Blue Lock have a different charm to them. The artwork is also impressive and equally stunning.
About the Story
The national soccer team of Japan finishes in the 16th position in 2018’s FIFA Cup. Consequently, the football federation decides to construct a center named “Blue Lock”.
It is done to prepare athletes for the next world cup and to ensure that they lift the cup this time. However, with the caveat that disbarred athletes would never represent their country again. Yoichi Isagi, a relatively unknown student, agrees to join the facility to emerge as the greatest player in the world.
Blue Lock Chapter 149 Release Date
The upcoming chapter of Blue Lock is slated to release this week on October 6, 2021. The fans are all set to read it with their friends.
Blue Lock is now in my top 3 manga ever. pic.twitter.com/vKqutOta6B
— Anochi (@AkutsuChi) September 29, 2021
Where to read
You can read the next chapter on Blue Lock Manga’s official website, or on mangafox, and manga rock.
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