Tokyo Revengers

Sequel planned for Tokyo Revengers anime

Production for a sequel to the Tokyo Revengers anime was confirmed on social media earlier today which included a key visual and video.

In the key visual, a bloodied Takemichi “Takemitchy” Hanagaki is supporting the head of Tokyo Manji Gang’s leader Manjiro “Mikey” Sano, whose back is to us.

Tokyo Revengers sequel key visual
A battered Takemitchy cradles Mikey in this new key visual. Image from @anime_toman.

No further details of when the sequel will air was provided.

Additionally, 2025 marks the fifth anniversary of the Tokyo Revengers anime, where a number of projects are planned for throughout the year according to the official website. The first confirmed project is a live performance featuring the vocal cast from the anime.

Takemichi Hanagaki is a loser — his job sucks, his boss is younger than him, his cheap apartment sucks — and life has gotten worse knowing that his only girlfriend in high school was killed by members of the notorious Tokyo Manji Gang. Takemichi, through a life changing event, is transported 12 years into the past to infiltrate the gang for a chance at making the future better and to save the girl he loves the most.

Tokyo Revengers, written and illustrated by Ken Wakui, was serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine between March 1st, 2017 and November 16th, 2022; it is published in omnibus format by Seven Seas Entertainment in North America.

Three seasons of Tokyo Revengers were produced, comprising of 50 episodes which aired from April 11th, 2021 until December 27th, 2023. Crunchyroll held the license to the first season, with the recent seasons being streamed on Disney+.

Sources: @anime_toman, TV Anime “Tokyo Revengers” official website

© Ken Wakui/Kodansha/TOKYO REVENGERS Anime Production Committee

 

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