My Hero Academia Vigilantes Chapter 339 is going to release on 26 December 2021. Fans are vividly waiting for new chapters to be released.
The manga, My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, is a Japanese manga series that follows superheroes. This manga’s illustrator is Betten Court, and the writer is Hideyuki Furuhashi. It is a spin-off of the well-known manga series My Hero Academia.
Shueisha published it in August 2016, and it has been in print since then. There have been twelve volumes so far, and fans are hoping for more volumes and chapters.
About My Hero Academia
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It is a superhero manga series from Japan. The fifth season of the My Hero Academia anime series was directed by Kenji Nagasaki and Masahiro Mukai and followed the story of the original manga series.
The story takes place in a world where the majority of the human population has gained the ability to develop superpowers known as “Quirks.” Pro Heroes have emerged as the new profession to combat powerful supervillains in a world of chaos and confusion.
The plot revolves around a young boy named Izuku Midoriya, who is Quirkless, i.e. he lacks powers, but aspires to be a great hero one day.
Attention Hero Fans: a new chapter of #MyHeroAcademiaVigilantes is here!
— Hero Notes: The My Hero Academia Recap Podcast (@HeroNotesPod) December 10, 2021
It would be very interesting to see the fight between the League of Villains and the League of Heroes in the most recent episode.
My Hero Academia Vigilantes Chapter 339 Release Date
According to reports, My Hero Academia Chapter 339 will be released on the following Sunday, December 26th, 2021. The raw scans for the manga chapter of My Hero Academia two to three days before its official release may leak out a little sooner.
Where to read
To read My Hero Academia Chapter 339 you can visit Viz Media to read this manga. It is a website that offers digital access to Shonen Jump manga. The Manga Plus app is available for free download from Google Play and Apple App Stores.
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