Tokyo Ghoul re Episode 11 put things in place for the finale of the first season of Tokyo Ghoul re. I have to say, I’ve got a mixed opinion on Tokyo Ghoul re anime, but the good certainly outweighs outweighs the bad here. We didn’t start off quite well. The first episode adapted nearly 6-8 chapters from the manga, and you just see how fast they were moving with this anime. It didn’t do the manga any justice, and I think the first 4 episodes continued down that road. However, starting from Episode 5, the pacing improved quite a lot, and since then, i think the series has been pretty damn good. I’m one of the Tokyo Ghoul fans who have always wanted a decent adaptation of the manga. Well, this isn’t perfect, but it isn’t bad either.
Tokyo Ghoul re Episode 12
Tokyo Ghoul re Season 1 is going to end with the Rose Extermination arc. If you watched the previous episode, you know that we’re going to see Black Reaper Kaneki appear in the next episode of Tokyo Ghoul re. His memories are all going to return as well, and that’s what everybody is hyped for. Haise has had his troubles with his past and most of the times, he just wanted to pretend that he doesn’t care. But, he really does care and we’ll see why in the next episode. Over at the Quinx side, we are going to see Noro face off against Shirazu, and Urie. A sad detail here is that Shirazu will sacrifice himself to allow Urie to take Noro down. Yep. Shirazu will die. This will buildup of him using the Nutcracker now makes sense. The money he needed for his sister is going to be provided by Urie and from here on out, Urie will really change as well.
Saiko Yonebayashi also saw some great character development in the last episode, and that’s going to continue being the case as we go forward towards Season 2. After Tokyo Ghoul re Episode 12, the wait for Season 2 officially begins. But it won’t be too long, since the second season just premieres in October 2018.
Where to Watch Tokyo Ghoul re Episode 12?
There are some illegal sites like KissAnime, or Gogoanime that allow you to watch Tokyo Ghoul re for free. However, please support the official release by streaming the episode over Crunchyroll, or Funimation and help the anime community. Tokyo Ghoul re Episode 12 will launch on 19 June 2018.