Attention, My Hero Academia enthusiasts! Prepare for an exciting revelation as the world of vigilantes is poised to make its debut on our screens. According to reports from a well-known fan, the thrilling spinoff manga series, My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, is set to receive its very own anime adaptation.
Penned by Hideyuki Furuhashi and brought to life through the artwork of Betten Court, this much-anticipated news has sparked a wave of excitement among fans eager to uncover the untold tales and heroic escapades of these unsung champions who operate in the shadows.
Exciting News for My Hero Academia Fans Confirmed by Prominent Fan
Great news has emerged for fans of My Hero Academia! A well-known and passionate fan of the series, Ever (@DabisPoleDance) on Twitter, recently shared some thrilling information.
According to Ever, an anime adaptation of My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, the standalone prequel series to the massively popular My Hero Academia, is currently in the works. However, specific details about the release date of the Vigilantes adaptation have not been provided by Ever.
Additionally, there is no confirmation yet on whether Bones Inc., the animation studio responsible for the original My Hero Academia anime, will be involved in overseeing the production of this beloved shonen series’ prequel spinoff.
My Hero Academia: Vigilantes – Spinoff Overview and Anime Adaptation Updates
“My Hero Academia: Vigilantes”, an engaging spinoff prequel series, debuted in August 2016 and initially serialized in Jump Giga magazine before moving to Shonen Jump+’s online publication. The series concluded in July 2022 after 126 chapters, which have been compiled into 15 standalone volumes. The final English volume will be released on October 10th by Viz Media.
Set before the main series, “Vigilantes” follows Koichi Haimawari, a university student with a weak quirk who joins vigilante Knuckleduster to fight for justice in Tokyo. The darker tone is inspired by DC’s “Watchmen” and “The Dark Knight Returns.”
The spinoff explores the origins of characters like Shota Aizawa (Eraserhead) and delves into notorious villains like the Hero Killer Stain. Pro Heroes like All Might, Endeavor, and Mirko also make appearances.
As of now, an official release date for the anime adaptation of “My Hero Academia: Vigilantes” has not been announced, while Season 7 of the main “My Hero Academia” series is currently in production.