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Act-Age Chapter 95 Release Date, Where To Read Online, Updates

Act-Age Chapter 95 Release Date

Act-Age Chapter 95 is just around the corner and we’re very excited for its release later this week. Last week’s chapter served as a good buildup for what’s to come and we hope better things unravel later this week in the series. With that being said, let’s talk about Act-Age Chapter 95, shall we?

Act-Age Chapter 95 Read Online

Act-Age Chapter 95 Release Date And Updates

Before we begin, please note this post may contain official spoilers from the next chapter of the manga. If being spoiled is not for you, we suggest that you stop reading the post here. However, if spoilers don’t bother you, we can get started. Also, note that we did not create the spoilers or leak them. They’re available all over the internet.

Act-Age Chapter 94 dropped last week and there is no known break that the manga is on right now. As such, Act-Age Chapter 95 will drop later this week, and we’re very excited for it. The upcoming chapter of the manga will be out on Jump Issue 4. The official release date for Act-Age Chapter 95 is December 22, 2019. The scans for ACT-AGE Chapter 94 will be out on Friday, December 13, 2019. ACT-AGE Chapter 95 will be available to read officially on the Shonen Jump app, or the MangaPlus app. Both of these apps offer reading the manga for free, although a bit after the scans are available.

Are you excited about ACT-AGE Chapter 95?

Act-Age is a popular manga that runs in Shueisha’s Weekly Shounen Jump magazine. The manga is written by Matsuki Tatsuya and illustrated by Usazaki Shiro. The serialization of the manga began back in January 2018. The manga follows the sorry if Kei Yonagi who hails from a very poor family. Yonagi’s father runs out on the family and this leads to her being the sole protector of her two younger siblings after the death of their mother. With the dream of becoming an actress, Yonagi catches the eye of Sumiji Kuroyama, a famous director. However, her skills come her ability of being able to use Method Acting, which is potentially self-destructive.