Tokyo Revengers Chapter 268 Spoilers: Mikey reveals his secrets to Takemichi

After the surprising moment of Takemichi In the last chapter, the Chapter 268 of tokyo avengers manga abruptly stops his fight with Mikey. Keep reading The Truth News to know all the spoilers and updates of the series created by ken wakui.

After clashing blow for blow, the two presidents finally discuss why they are doing what they are doing. The conversation leads Mikey to reveal the identity of the second time jumper.

From the death of Tetta Kisaki, fans have been wondering about the second time jump. Tokyo Revengers Chapter 268 not only exposes the shocking identity of said person, but also introduces the concept of an original timeline, which is supposed to be different from Takemichi’s first timeline.

In the latest Chapter 267 of the Tokyo Revengers manga, Takemichi discovered that he could use his visions to overcome Mikey. Taking advantage of the gap between two attacks, he punched Mikey and knocked down Chairman Kantou Manji.

Synopsis for Tokyo Avengers Chapter 268

Tokyo Avengers Chapter 267 Manga

Takemichi’s powers in Chapter 267.

The chapter continues with Takemichi knocking down Mikey. The Toman members chant their president’s name as Chifuyu and others watch in amazement and pride. However, Mikey soon gets up and they start exchanging blows again.

Mikey angrily asks why Takemichi went back in time even after the video. If Takemichi continues to butt in, then everything Mikey did would have been for nothing. Takemichi replies that he knows the darkness inside Mikey is eating him up.

Mikey had asked for his help before his death and Takemichi is determined to save him. When the Kantou president says that while he is aware of the darkness, there is nothing he can do, Takemichi asks Mikey what happened during the two years he was gone.

Mikey reveals that he had been trying to figure out what was wrong with him for a long time. It was only after the Battle of the Three Deities that Wakasa informed him of the truth. As he says this, Mikey finally knocks Takemichi down again and begins to explain the situation.

This is not the original timeline, but one created after the first time jump. Mikey’s Dark Impulse is born from the love of his brother. Shinichiro wanted to save Mikey and went back in time to do so, creating alternate timelines. Mikey grimly informs Takemichi that Shinichiro Sano is a time jumper.

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Observations of Tokyo Avengers 268

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Mikey’s Dark Impulses in Tokyo Avengers Chapter 231

It was always speculated that there was an original timeline where the time jump didn’t exist, and Takemichi hadn’t met Mikey. Readers believed that each subsequent timeline was a spin-off created by Takemichi’s decision to go back in time and save someone.

Tokyo Avengers 268 confirms the idea of ​​the original timeline, but the creator of the alternate timeline seems to be Shinichiro. Several points arise from this revelation.

First of all, can there be two time jumpers at the same time? Takemichi only learned to time jump once Shinichiro had already created a separate timeline and ceased to exist.

It can function as a transfer of power, where the ability to time jump is passed on to the next most suitable person upon the death of the previous holder in a time of great need.

Second, chapter 268 of the Tokyo Revengers manga makes it clear that Wakasa, and probably Takeomi, Sanzu, and Benkei, are well aware of the intricacies of time jumps.

Shinichiro probably entrusted Wakasa and others to report back to Mikey when the time came, and Mikey in turn entrusted Sanzu. It is unclear how Hanma and Kisaki fit into this circle.

Third, Mikey seems to be at the center of this whole thing. Shinichiro went back in time and tried to save him, and it must be assumed that he succeeded to some degree. However, Mikey has always been predisposed to die at the end of most timelines, and the onus fell on Takemichi, as the current time jumper, to save him instead of Shinichiro.

Finally, it seems that saving someone from certain death causes it to encode within them and lead them astray. Interestingly, prior to Tokyo Revengers chapter 268, the series doesn’t follow the lives of anyone Takemichi has saved for more than two years, except perhaps Taiju.

After Takemichi saves Hina and Akkun, readers never see what becomes of them beyond two years. Draken dies two years after Takemichi saved him in the current timeline, and when he lived, he is imprisoned for killing Kisaki.

Despite so many theories about the identity of the second time jumper, no one expected it to be Shinichiro. It should be noted that in Tokyo Revengers chapter 268, Mikey uses the present tense to refer to his deceased brother, saying:

“Shinichiro Sano is a time jumper.”

This may imply that there is a way to bring Shinichiro back or that he is present in other timelines. Tokyo Avengers chapter 268 heavily implies that Mikey became prone to darkness because Shinichiro put the timeline at risk to save his little brother.

This raises the question of how saving someone affects them in the long run and whether it is ethical to put the lives of a few above entire timelines. Meanwhile, Chapter 268 of the Tokyo Revengers manga will arrive on Wednesday September 7.

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