Tokyo Revengers commemorates the end of the manga with a video full of spoilers

The story came to its conclusion in November of this 2022 after five years.

To commemorate the end of the Tokyo Revengers manga, the publisher Kodansha shared a video that reveals the best moments of the work, from its beginnings in 2017 to its final moments with its outcome in November. Although it stands out in the title that it is full of story spoilers, so those who have only seen the anime should be careful if they want to be surprised by the second season scheduled to debut in January.

It should be noted that the music video used the song “Cry Baby” by OFFICIAL HIGE DANDISM, the same one used in the anime as the opening theme during the 24 chapters broadcast in 2021. In addition, it is also mentioned that the manga has reached more than 70 million copies in circulation, a success that occurred after the launch of the anime in April of last year.

It should be remembered that the manga inspired a film that was released in Japan in July 2021 and was the number 1 live-action production in Japan that year. The film will have a two-part sequel, the first “Chi no Halloween -Unmei-” (Bloody Halloween -Fate-) will premiere during Japan’s Golden Week holiday in spring 2023, while the second “Chi no Halloween -Kessen-” (Bloody Halloween -Decisive Battle-) will be released in summer 2023.

While the premiere of the second season with the arc “Seiya Kessen” (“Christmas Showdown”).

Liden Films, the studio behind Build Divide -#00000 (Code Black)- and Tribe Nine, is adapting the manga into an anime. Directed by Koichi Hatsumi (Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga) and written by Yasuyuki Muto (Deadman Wonderland), the first season originally aired from April to September 2021 and was one of the most discussed series on social media that year.

Ken Wakui’s manga began serialization in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine in March 2017, and has produced 30 volumes of content so far. The series tells the story of Takemichi Hanagaki, a twenty-something who is transported in the back to when I was a high school student.

Using his knowledge of future events, he plans to right his mistakes and save his childhood sweetheart’s life by infiltrating the Tokyo Manji gang. Wakui’s manga won the Kodansha Manga Award in the shonen category in 2020, and as of 2022, it has sold more than 70 million copies worldwide, making it a Kodansha’s most successful series since Attack on Titan.