If you’ve ever watched anime, you’re probably aware that it’s possible to discover just about any tale you could want to see in anime form. “Sekk Boys,” about four Greco-Roman busts who sing and perform as an idol group, “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure,” which follows generations of the Joestar family as they go on strange and supernatural adventures, and “FLCL,” which you honestly can’t even try to explain in one sentence, are arguably some of the craziest anime ever released.
However, because of the anime medium’s wild creative freedom, individuals all over the world can go on insane adventures with amusing and original characters without ever running out of material.
The story of a young guy who time goes back 12 years to infiltrate a gang in Tokyo and save his friends’ life has captivated many viewers in a new anime called “Tokyo Revengers,” which recently ended airing Season 1 in September 2021. The series is based on Ken Wakui‘s super-popular manga of the same name, which first debuted in 2017 and is currently running. Fans are excited to learn everything there is to know about “Tokyo Revengers” Season 2 after such a great first season.
Season 2 Has Yet To Be Confirmed, But Fans can Expect a Fresh Arc To Unfold.
While there has been no official confirmation about whether or not “Tokyo Revengers” will have a second season, the anime’s developers presented a new teaser trailer at the Jump Festa event in December 2021. According to Comic Book, “Tokyo Revengers” will feature the original manga’s Christmas Showdown storyline. The clip includes scenes from the anime’s first season, including one from the season finale — an intense cliffhanger that leaves protagonist Takemichi Hanagaki’s life in the balance — interspersed with scenes from the anime’s first season, including one from the season finale — an intense cliffhanger that leaves protagonist Takemichi Hanagaki’s life in the balance.
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Takemichi’s gang, Tokyo Manji (called Toman for short), is pitted against the rival Black Dragon gang in this arc, which is also known in the manga as Christmas Conflict. Takemichi must go back in time to avoid a Christmas night brawl between Hakkai Shiba, another Toman member, and Hakkai’s older brother, Black Dragon commander Taiju Shiba, a bully who has tormented his younger brothers for years. Takemichi, on the other hand, will find it difficult to modify this aspect of his background.
As exciting as this may sound, it’s still uncertain whether the Christmas Showdown plot will be included in a possible second season, or if it will be converted as a standalone film or a new OVA (original video animation) series.