My Hero Academia artist revives prequel series in new sketch

My Hero Academia: Vigilantes ended its run last summer, but the artist behind the spin-off has brought back its lead hero with a new sketch celebrating the prequel series! Set a few years before the events of the main series, the spin-off series focuses on Koichi Haimawari, a local hero who decides to help more in his neighborhood when the real pro heroes can’t be bothered to make it safe. to hold. It continues from there until Koichi (who goes by the vigilante name “The Crawler”) goes up against increasingly dangerous villains until the end of the series.

It has been a while My Hero Academia: Vigilantes came to an end, meaning it’s been quite a while since fans have seen much of the Crawler in action. Thankfully, the vigilante has made a comeback with a cool new sketch from the artist behind the spin-off series, Betten Court. In celebration of more chapters of the spin-off now being available to read online for free abroad, the artist shared a cool new Koichi sketch with fans on Twitter and you can check it out below:

My Hero Academia: Vigilantesrun is now complete, and you can catch up on the run of the series with Viz Media’s Shonen Jump digital library. The series takes place a few years before the main events of Kohei Horikoshi’s main manga franchise, but there are some key links to the main series that help the spin-off fill in the gaps, such as Shota Aizawa’s past as a hero. student. As for what to expect from the series, Viz Media is teasing the first installment as such:

Koichi Haimawari failed to become an official hero, so he uses his humble Quirk to do good deeds in his spare time. One day, a fateful encounter with some local villains leads him to team up with two other unlikely heroes. None of them really know what they’re doing, but they have the courage – or the folly – to try. But they soon discover that fighting evil takes more than just being brave… ”

Hope to check you out My Hero Academia’s spin-off series ever again? Let us know all your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even contact me directly about all things animation and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!

Similar Posts:

Asley Simon

Learn More →

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *