Tatsuhisa Suzuki won’t reprise her role in Tokyo Revengers anime
The official website from the anime of Tokyo Revengers announce that it has been decided to replace Tatsuhisa Suzuki like the voice of Ken «Draken» Ryuguji, after the conversations between the agency to which the popular voice actor belongs and the production committee of the series. However, despite the decision, the committee has assured fans of Tokyo Revengers that the animation team and the rest of the cast are still working on the adaptation of the next arc «Seiya Kessen», popularly known among manga fans of Ken Wakui as «Arch of Black Dragon».
On December 19, it was announced at an anime event for Tokyo Revengers the production of this new animated project. The manga already has an animated adaptation that aired between April and September 2021 with a total of 24 episodes. The study Liden Films (Deadman Wonderland, Gangsta) was in charge of directing the project, which in Spain can be viewed through Crunchyroll in original version with Spanish subtitles.
But that is not all. This same Monday it has also been reported that the popular group OLDCODEX, of which Tatsuhisa Suzuki is a singer, separates. The band’s activity will end once the second part of the film is released Free! The Final Stroke in April 2022. Through a statement, OLDCODEX wanted to thank their fans for their support over the last 12 years.
Tatsuhisa Suzuki is currently on hiatus from public activities due to “physical and mental fatigue” suffered after the media Bunshun Online alleged that the singer and singer was unfaithful to his wife, the Japanese superstar LiSA, with a fan in her 20s who worked in a recording studio, posting photos of the two of them leaving a hotel together. Even though Tatsuhisa Suzuki publicly apologized, since then, in addition to the role of Dragons, has also been retired from other roles such as Anos Voldigoad in Maou Gakuin no Futekigousha Y Kōtarō Higashi/Ultraman Taro in the second season of Ultraman. However, Suzuki will retain its role as Makoto Tachibana for the last movie of Free!.