Fans of this series have been waiting for chapter 58. Here is everything you need to know because we have covered the recap, including the release date for Chapter 58.
In summary, there are two kinds of people with special abilities: villains, who are driven by their evil desires, and psykers, who pursue justice and work against villains. Cassian Lee is a very powerful witch with a good heart. But one day, when he visits his friend in Greece, things take a wrong turn. Following an unexpected chain of events, Cassian ends up in the body of a Korean high school boy… who has just become a villain! Will his sense of justice win out in the end, or will he end up becoming a cold-blooded villain?
I’m just going to say it: I know Cassian is the MC, but in my opinion, Driver is the best character, and he just plays with a Rubix cube while the MC is almost possessed.
Villain to Kill Chapter 58: What Will Happened Next?
Did Cassian already tell Driver he has dual abilities? Or is Driver seeing more than he has told Cassian?
And here are my previews and reviews for the next chapter, “Terrible.” The whole thing with villains ruins whatever would be left of the story. Villains have “villain energy” (yes, really), and this causes them to lose control of their emotions and desires. But they have handy patches that let them control this, defeating the whole purpose of villain energy. Not that I care, villain energy as a story element is cringe. Oh, and they all live happily together with unregistered “normal” people in the “vilzone.” Not to mention, most of the villains don’t really do anything bad, but society and the Good GuysTM hate them for some reason.
Previous Chapter Recap
Cassian gave Moros the side eye after his little flame statement. “I think our boy is catching on to how much it’s hiding.”
is a very good story where you could guess the MC’s problem. He gets too angry too easily, but after all, this is his charm. He is an honest person, at least. This makes the revenge story very interesting. I’m waiting for more chapters to see the turn of events.
The art is quite good, and this series is well-written. very well tought. Characters seem to have a deep meaning and an interesting story about them. For now, overall, I would say a 9.