news culture Tokyo Revengers: always a big fight on the program for Takemichi, a hectic Christmas to be expected
To prepare for the holidays, you can count on Tokyo Revengers and season 2 of its television adaptation. A trailer was made official on Sunday and returns to video on Takemichi’s busy Christmas.
- An explosive end of the year!
- Tokyo Revengers season 2: it’s happening
An explosive end of the year!
What a great end to the year 2022 for anime lovers! Many highly anticipated adaptations are finally streaming as Blue Lock and chain saw man while others pick up the thread like Season 3 of Mob-Psychoseason 6 of My Hero Academiaseason 2 of To Your Eternity or even the last narrative arc concerning Bleach.
A period also conducive to communications from production houses and animation studios regarding their projects for this winter.
Indeed, we have seen this recently with Crunchyroll and Netflix speaking out about season 2 of Vinland Saga since a trailer was released recently. Still concerning Netflix, the SVOD platform also released a trailer for its adaptation of the Manga Lookism. More recently, it is also the TV adaptation of the game Nier Automata who talked about her.
Tokyo Revengers season 2: it’s happening
Last Sunday, it is also season 2 of the television adaptation of a manga which has been a hit and has repointed the tip of its nose. Indeed, a new trailer concerning tokyo revenge has been broadcast and is to be viewed at the top of this article. Fans of the manga, although disappointed by the current arc, should find two chapters well appreciated by fans. As evidenced by the trailer, these are the story arcs of the black dragon and Tenjiku which should be covered from next January.
A way to continue to consume the work of Ken Wakui since it’s official: the last chapter of Tokyo Revengers will be pre-published in the Weekly Shônen Jump on November 16. It is therefore 31 volumes that will constitute the manga, already in the history of the genre: it was the third best-selling manga in Japan in 2021just behind Demon Slayer and Jujutsu Kaisen.