Overgeared Chapter 100 has been released on October 8, 2021. Fans are excited to read the latest chapters of the manga.
Overgeared is a South Korean action, adventure, fantasy manga series. It is based on Saenal Park’s novel series of the same name. Team Argo is the illustrator of the manga series. The official English translation of the manga is available on Tapas.
The series has become one of the most popular action manga series. As of October 2021, it has reached 680k views and 43k subscribers on Tapas.
Table of Contents
Shin Youngwoo is the protagonist of the manga series. He is an unfortunate man. He lives an unhealthy life and spends all his time playing the popular VR game “Satisfy.” In the virtual world, he is just a low-level player. His username is Grid in the VR game Satisfy. Grid’s life changes forever when he discovers a powerful item. He becomes a skilled blacksmith and swordsman.
In South Korea, the term “Overgeared” refers to someone who depends on items. After discovering a powerful item, Grid becomes Pagma’s successor. Pagma was the legendary blacksmith and a brilliant swordsman. Now Grid could create powerful weapons that no one could create. He establishes the Overgeared Kingdom and declares himself as the king.
The series focuses on Grid’s transformation. He starts from the lowest level and becomes a legend. Grid realizes that being a legend is more difficult than just being a top player. His bad fortune never leaves him alone. He faces many problems in the virtual world of Satisfy. The best part of the manga is its content development and Grid’s character development.
Overgeared Chapter 100 Release Date
It has been released on October 8, 2021. The official English translation will be available soon. Tapas publishes the official English translation of the manga. They usually publish new chapters once a week, on Saturdays. There is a possibility of crazy updates in the upcoming weeks.
Where to Read Online
You can read Overgeared manga online on Tapas. If you want to read the novel version, you can read it on Tapas and Wuxia.
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