The end of what could be the Crawler’s last summer is finally revealed in the latest chapter of My Hero Academia: Vigilantes as he could retire anytime soon. So in this post, we are going to talk about My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Chapter 69 spoilers, update, and scans. We will start by looking at the spoilers, so if you don’t like them, you can just quickly scroll downwards for more detail about the chapter 69 update.
My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Chapter 69 Spoilers
Koichi and Haneyama are discussing each of their futures and how they would each live their lives in the latest chapter of My Hero Academia: Vigilantes. Koichi tells Haneyama that he is not sure where he will be five years from now and was wondering why of all people Haneyama came to him. Haneyama then told him that he would want to partner up with him as she is already used to being around him. But she ended up giving a heads up on his situation with Pop as she already knew that Pop likes him. Meanwhile, Pops decided to write a letter that she will later give to Koichi as she is too nervous to talk to him personally.
When is My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Chapter 69 update?
My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Manga is serialized on Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump and releases new chapters on a bi-Monthly Schedule. Together with the release of Chapter 68, the manga creators announced that Chapter 69 would be released on the 10th of January 2020
Where To Read My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Latest Chapters?
The latest My Hero Academia: Vigilantes manga chapters are available online as soon as they are released on VIZ Media and Shueisha’s Manga plus official platforms. Raw scans for new chapters are released 2-3 days before their respective chapters are released. To support the Manga creators and publishers, we advise you to read the digital copies from their official websites and apps
What is My Hero Academia: Vigilantes about?
My Hero Academia: Vigilantes came as a spinoff about a young Koichi who uses his quirk to help those in need. When he and Haneyama were harassed by a group of thugs and ended up being saved by Knuckleduster, he was recruited to become a vigilante going by the name “The Crawler.” The manga was developed by Hideyuki Furuhashi and illustrated by Betten Court; the Manga was published in Shonen Jump GIGA before it moved to the Shonen Jump+ app.