Anime Adaptation Tokyo Ghoul: re Ready to Launch In 2018

        
        

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<h4> The sequel of <em> Tokyo Ghoul </em> is readily adapted to <em> anime </em> and released in 2018, 3 years after <i> Tokyo Ghoul root A </i>! </h4>
<p> The last time we saw an anime adaptation of Sui Ishida's manga titled <em> Tokyo Ghoul </em> was in 2015, precisely starting from 8 January 2015-26 March 2015 under the name <em> Tokyo Ghoul root A </em> . After a long wait finally the latest adaptation of the <em> Tokyo Ghoul </em> series was announced as well. </p>
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The latest manga series from Tokyo Ghoul entitled Tokyo Ghoul: Re will be adapted in the form of anime ready for release in 2018. The announcement was announced on the Marvelous website on Thursday, October 5 2017. Natsuki Hanae who previously portrayed Kaneki in previously will return with his role. Listen teaser from this series on the video below:

The manga version Tokyo Ghoul: Re itself has been serialized by publisher Shuiesha in Weekly Young Jump magazine from October 2014. The 12th volume of this manga has been published on July 19, 2017 and the 13th volume will be released on October 19, 2017.

The synopsis of this series is as follows:

In Tokyo, the unchanging despair continues to haunt. Mysterious human-eating creatures, ghouls rampant in Tokyo. Life is hidden in the daily life of the existence of ghosts whose original identity is shrouded in mystery slowly terrorizing the citizens of Tokyo. At CCG, the only institution that investigates and resolves cases related to the killing of Haise Sasaki has been given a specific mission. While dealing with four troubled children known as "Quinx," the days of Haise's suffering will begin.

Tokyo Ghoul itself has been adapted into two serial anime some original video anime (OVA), game PS Vita and smartphone and two stage plays.

The live-action film of the series has been released in various film festivals such as on July 3, 2017 at Anime Expo Los Angeles, July 7, 2017 in Berlin, and 10 July 2017 at Marunouchi Piccadilly in Chiyoda Japan before it was released publicly on July 29, 2017 in Japan. The film has also been released in Indonesia in September 2017 yesterday and has received high enthusiasm for fans of this series.

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