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Tokyo Revengers movie getting sequel

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Countless anime series have received live-action adaptations over the years, including Tokyo Revengers to be no exception. The time travel tale of gangs and lost love has been a hit across the mediums of anime and manga, and it appears as though the live-action film was successful enough to be greenlighted for a sequel. Unveiling a new trailer for the upcoming film, Warner Bros. Japan has confirmed that the second film in the franchise is set to hit Japan in 2023 next year.

The story of Takemichi Hungaki first came to life in 2017 as a manga series from creator Ken Wakui, following an aimless young man who is transported back to his high school days in an attempt to save life’s former love from mass violence. Attempting to change the timeline by preventing the formation of the gang responsible for the death of his ex-girlfriend, the manga series recently announced that it has over sixty-five million copies in circulation, with a second season of the anime coming next year. are supposed to. ,

Warner Bros. Japan issued a new announcement that Tokyo Revengers 2 was due to arrive in Japanese theaters next year, expanding on the epic time travel story:

If You Want To Dive Into Anime Adaptations Tokyo RevengersThe first season is currently available to stream on Crunchyroll, with the streaming service releasing the following official details:

“Takemichi Hanagaki is a freelancer who has reached full throes of despair in his life. He learns that his only girlfriend in his life, whom he dated in middle school, Hinata Tachibana, has been killed by the brutal Tokyo Manji gang. The day after hearing about his death, he stands on the station platform and is finally pushed onto the tracks by a bunch of people. He closes his eyes thinking that he is about to die , but when he opens his eyes back, he’s somehow gone back in time at 12. Now that he’s living the best days of his life, Takemichi tries his best to save his girlfriend and transform himself. decides to take revenge from whom he was on the run.”

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Reference from comicbook.com

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