'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 Dives Back Into The Manga Arcs To Regain Viewers? Installment Not Coming Out This Year
Fans of Ken Kaneki are already getting worried as Viz Media is not giving any good news about the third season of the hit anime "Tokyo Ghoul." Countless reasons were previously pointed out on why "Tokyo Ghoul" has been pushed back but it is not yet clear whether the new season will still push through. Viz has not yet informed about the real status of the show but latest reports claim that it is not yet in the works.
Like "One Punch Man," the other hit anime under the distributing company, Viz Media is keeping mum about the real status of "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3. Fans of the show have been reinvigorated earlier when Kevin Hamric made some confirmations about the animes they will be realizing this year, but apparently, he was misquoted when he was making an announcement for "My Hero Academia" season 2 which has already premiered.
"Tokyo Ghoul's" second season had a poor reception as it swayed away from Sui Ishida's manga version. The countless criticisms about the anime's tweak led to fans wondering if a third season will ever happen. While Viz Media talks about the high possibility of the renewal, talks have it that the show will have to face several issues including its production and its choice of plot.
There is then a suggestion for "Tokyo Ghoul" to re-follow its source material to attract the viewers to tune to the yet theoretical new season. Since Viz Media is focusing on the upcoming "One Punch Man" season 2, rumors are rife that "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 could possibly come out in 2018.
While waiting for another season of the dark anime to grace the small screen, fans can enjoy Ken Kaneki's adventure on the live movie adaptation of the manga for the mean time. A trailer has already been released and fans saw the movie following closely to the scenes from the manga version. Also, there are rumors that after the live-action movie comes out, Viz will already work on the anime's production which is rumored to have problems on its workforce number.
The move of "Tokyo Ghoul" from the Madhouse Entertainment to the Pierrot Studios is also reportedly one of the reasons why the anime is being postponed. Viz has not yet answered to the speculations and it seems like fans will still have to wait for several months more to get a clear update about "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3.
'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.
'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 Delayed By Its Live-Action Movie? Ken Kenaki Returns With Another Identity?
"Tokyo Ghoul" season 3's release is delayed and there are countless speculations as to why it is being pushed back. Reports claim that the show is to give way to "One Punch Man" and "My Hero Acdemia" but new rumors say that it's lack of materials and storyline as well as its live-action movie are causing the delay.
'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 Spoilers & Release Date: Ken Kaneki Not Returning; Viz Media Remains Uncertain About Anime's Release
The release date of "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 is still unconfirmed despite many rumors that the series will return in July. Ken Kaneki dies in the manga version hence the fans are theorizing that "Tokyo Ghoul" season 3 will follow the life of a different character.
'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 Still Not Confirmed; 'One Punch Man' And 'My Hero Academia' Cause Delay
'Tokyo Ghoul' season 3 remains up in the air as no concrete updates are yet given by its T.V. network. The delay is reportedly caused by the production of "One Punch Man" and the lack of materials.
'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.
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