The manga was launched in 2016, which focuses on unofficial heroes who protect their city district
The author’s final chapter Hideyuki Furuhashi and artist Peyton Court‘s My Hero Academia: Guardians (Vigil: Boku no Hero Academia Illegals) manga on Shueisha‘s Shounen Jump + A website and app revealed, Saturday, that the manga will end in the next chapter on May 28. Viz Media It confirmed that it will release the final chapter in English on May 27.
Furuhashi and Court launched the manga in Shueisha‘s Shounen Jump Giga magazine in August 2016. Then the manga was re-released Shounen Jump + In December 2016. Viz Media The manga began being released digitally in English in August 2017. Viz Media She also publishes manga in print. Shueisha‘s mango plus The service also digitally releases English-language manga.
The manga is part of Kohei Horikoshi‘s My hero academy Mango. The spinoff takes place before the start of the main manga. Viz Media He describes the story of the first volume:
Koichi Haimawari couldn’t become an official hero, so he uses his humble quirk to do good deeds in his spare time. Then one day, a fateful encounter with some local thugs leads him to team up with two other unexpected heroes. None of them really know what they’re doing, but they have the courage – or the foolishness – to try. But they soon discover that fighting evil requires more than just courage…
Shueisha The fourteenth volume of the manga was published in Japan on May 2. Viz Media The twelfth volume of the printed manga was published on April 5th.
sources: Shounen Jump +And Viz MediaApplication