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‘Tokyo Ghoul’ Season 3: Fans Upset At Madhouse For Taking Control; Release Date Confirmed?

By Monica Macalinao , Nov 15, 2016 04:30 AM EST
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The new season of the much-anticipated anime series "Tokyo Ghoul" is coming really soon. However, with the recent delays and the big changes that have been happening, some fans are getting frustrated and are not taking the latest news lightly.

Although fans are quite happy that "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 is confirmed, no official air date has been announced. However, according to some reports, the release date of the animated series is this winter anime season 2016. With only a month and a half left this year, fans might have to hold their breath on this speculation.

Another news recently surfaced is that Madhouse is taking over the production of "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3. The anime was originally handled by Studio Perriot but it seems like they had let the series go.  Madhouse is the production team behind hit anime series like "One Punch Man" and "Death Note."

Quite a number of fans are happy with this news and most think that it is good for the animated series to be handled by Madhouse. However, there are a few fans who seem upset with this since it might cause a further delay before the series can be released.

It is also speculated that "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 will showcase more of the other characters in the plot. The new season will still mainly focus on the lead character Ken Kaneki, a college student who unknowingly went on a date with a ghoul and was later turned into ghoul himself. But some light will be shed on Touka Kirishima who does not really like Ken Kaneki much. The reason behind her dislike for him will be tackled throughout the third season.

With Madhouse now on board, will the series be made faster and just in time before the year ends? Fans surely cannot wait for Ken Kaneki to be back on the screen.

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