'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 News And Update: Ken Kaneki To Have A New Identity? Upcoming Season To Follow Story In Manga
According to reports, the makers of Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 has decided to follow the storyline of the manga. This is due to the fact that fans were not very happy with the changes they have made to the story in season 2.
If the reports are true, the upcoming season should show Ken Kaneki with no memory of his past that will result in him having a new identity. The storyline should also be centering on Touka Kirishima who is introduced to college life and the struggles she goes through. It can be remembered that aside from Kirishima's hatred at Kaneko, she is also not well-acquainted to live by human standards.
The writer of the anime revealed that the upcoming season maybe "the darkest and psychologically disillusioning season, as gory details will not be censored." In fact, if the anime series will follow the original storyline of "Tokyo Ghoul," this is the part that gets really bloody.
"Tokyo Ghoul" or also known as "Tokyo Guru" originated as a manga series by Sui Ishida. It was made into a series in the Shueisha's Seinen Manga magazine from September 2011 to 2014. It was also compiled into fourteen volumes of tankobon in August 2014. In the same year, a twelve episode series has been aired in Tokyo MX from July to September. The second season also consisted of 12 episodes and aired in January 2015 to March 2015.
The anime has also been released in North America by Viz Media and has been licensed for streaming and home video viewing by Funimation. In Australia, the rights for the anime was obtained by Madman Entertainment.
By June of 2016, the anime sold more than 18 million copies and will have a live-action movie to be released in 2017.
'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 To Release In 2017, Likely To Stick With The Manga's Storyline
Fans continue to anticipate the third season of 'Tokyo Ghoul'. Hopes to see a similar storyline based on the manga series.
‘Tokyo Ghoul’ Season 3 To Feature Ken Kaneki’s New Identity, Arima’s Death & Touka Kirishima’s Strange Life
Due to its indefinite release date, "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 is presumed to reveal Ken Kaneki's new identity, Arima's downfall and Touka Kirishima's college life.
'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 News And Updates: Release Date Getting Closer? Production Of Upcoming Season Kicks Off?
There have been reports claiming that the production of "Tokyo Ghoul" season three has already started and it shall be released soon.
'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 Canceled By Viz Media? Live Action Movie To Premiere Earlier In Los Angeles
"Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 is still MIA sparking speculations that it was already canceled. The live-movie adaptation though is well underway and will be having an advance screening next month in L.A. during the Anime Expo 2017.
'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 Dives Back Into The Manga Arcs To Regain Viewers? Installment Not Coming Out This Year
There is still no telling when Ken Kaneki will return for "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3. Rumors have it that it migh soon be announced but there are reports claiming that the installment is still not in the works.
'Tokyo Ghoul' Live Action Movie Trailer Released; Anime's Season 3 Still Up In The Air
"Tokyo Ghoul" live-action movie is coming out on summer in Japan and a trailer is recently released showing Ken Kenaki transforming from a normal boy to a half-ghoul. Meanwhile, the anime's third season remains to be up in the air as rumros have it that the live-action movie is causing further delay to the series.
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