Chapter 66 titled “Career Path” of My Hero Academia: Vigilantes is out and confirms the final arc of the series. The number of episodes in which the arc will conclude is not known.
Still, with the last arc, the series is looking more leaned back with Koichi’s life for sure as he thinks of retiring and starting a non-hero life soon with a permanent job.
My Hero Academia: Vigilantes came as a spinoff side project of the primary arrangement by Tetsuya Sato, who also serves as a supervisor for My Hero Academia. The series was hugely cherished by the audience because it touched the past lives of the Heroes. Even the years before the occasions of the fundamental arrangement. The series offered a darker tone in contrast to the first manga and was likewise structured as a prequel.
Feels like quite a time since Koichi first enlisted himself into becoming a vigilante. Now with Chapter 66 out, Koichi is seen preparing for his non-hero life ahead. It looks like the retirement of The Crawler from the hero business is here, but who knows as the neighbourhood might call for The Crawler anytime. For now, he looks satisfied with his 3-year service as a Hero, though. With this twist, it will be fun to see how his life goes ahead without being pulled in a vigilante action scene on the street.
Vigilantes are people who voluntarily carry out duties usually done by heroes without paying attention to the law. Due to the hero regulations, people are not allowed to carry heroic duties out on their own and vigilantism is therefore forbidden. However, Knuckleduster, Pop Step, and The Crawler had regularly been active to help people and dispense justice as vigilantes. Aizawa stated that the pro heroes had never taken action against them and left those three be so long they do not abuse their Quirks and go on a rampage.