The fans anticipate Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Release Date announcement as the anime reaches Season 1 Cour 2. Tokyo Revengers’ popularity has skyrocketed off the charts as the anime came out in April. Since then, 12 episodes have been released, all of which have been positively received by the fans. Along with this, the Blu-Ray version of Tokyo Revengers has been confirmed to be sold in a six-disc volume. And fortunately, unlike previous news, Tokyo Revengers will not be having a split cour, which means that there will be no breaks within Season 1 of Tokyo Revengers.
Tokyo Revengers is a story that follows the 26-year old Hanagaki Takemichi. He is at an all-time low as he is still a virgin and has yet to start earning properly. One day through a news report on television, Takemichi learns that his ex-girlfriend from middle school, Hinata Tachibana, and her brother had died due to an accident caused by a gang, Toman. The next day at the railway station, Takemichi is pushed off to the track causing him to go back in time. Here, he informs Hinata’s brother, Naoto, regarding the impending danger to his sister in the future. As they shake hands, Takemichi goes back to the future, but only Naoto had survived with Hinata passing away. Knowing that Takemichi can go back and forth in time, they embark on their mission to change the history of Toman.
Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Release Date
Tokyo Revengers Season 2 is set to be released sometime between late 2022 to mid-2023. The anime has not yet been renewed for a second season. But seeing the popularity of the series, studio LIDENFILMS may renew Tokyo Revengers for Season 2. This is seen from the increasing manga volume sales of Tokyo Revengers. Back in March 2021, Tokyo Revengers manga had 8.5 million copies in circulation. But after the release of the anime, the sales of manga skyrocketed to 14.5 million copies in April 2021.
Later in May 2021, Tokyo Revengers dominated the Oricon sales chart as it sold 2.7 million copies total. Within the same period, the recent giant of the anime/manga community, Jujutsu Kaisen, sold 1.6 million copies. Meanwhile, mangas like Demon Slayer, My Hero Academia, and Attack on Titan sold 600K, 327K, and 319K manga copies, respectively. Soon enough, on 7th May 2021, Tokyo Revengers had reached 15 million manga copies in circulation, only to reach 17 million copies the next week itself. Finally, on 3rd June 2021, the Tokyo Revengers official Twitter Account announced that the manga had reached 20 million copies in circulation.
Along with this, there have been some sources claiming that LIDENFILMS has already started working on the second season. This means that we could get the Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Release Date soon. Of course, this would only be announced after the first season finishes airing on Crunchyroll and Muse Asia. Season 2 of Tokyo Revenger has only aired 12 episodes until now and will start with the Bloddy Halloween arc from next season. This should mean that it should at least three more months before Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Release Date is revealed.
What Will Be The Plot Of Tokyo Revenger Season 2?
For anime-only watchers, we warn you there will be SPOILERS AHEAD!!
If Tokyo Revengers Season 1 does finish the Bloody Halloween arc, the anime should have adapted until Chapter 66 of the manga. Here, the battle between Toman and Valhalla will end. Another possibility is that the anime goes a bit further, thus leaving us viewers with a cliffhanger to look forward to Tokyo Revengers Season 2. Considering that there are 23 volumes of Tokyo Revengers released, there is more than enough content for additional two seasons for the anime.
Tokyo Revengers Season 1 ending should have Takemichi stop Mikey from killing Kazutora. The conflict has been resolved with even Mitsuya sewing Takemichi’s new uniform himself. In Toman’s next meeting, something unexpected happens as Mikey brings Hanma along with him for the meeting. Hanma announces how Valhalla will be joining Toman as an affiliate gang under their banner. Mikey sees that their numbers have increased from 150 to 450. But, in reality, Hanma and Kisaki had become successful in infiltrating Toman. Toman and Valhalla joining hands meant that Takemichi had failed in his mission.
Back in the future, Takemichi was a top administrator of Toman. But this came at a cost, as some members of Toman were former Black Dragons. To worsen the situation, Kisaki is a respected member of Toman. Along with this, Takemichi himself ordered Akkun to kill Hinata in this flow of time. Considering all the events that have taken place, Naoto suspects that there should be some reason for Kisaki to target Takemichi and Hinata. So, Takemichi again heads back to the past and confronts Kisaki and the Black Dragons.