The suspenseful story of “Tokyo Revengers” Season 3 Episode 8 intensifies as tensions rise amid the complex web of time travel and gang disputes. The episode explores the fallout from previous deeds, tying together the complex webs of rivalry and friendship.
Viewers are led on an intense and emotional rollercoaster journey as the protagonists negotiate the intricacies of the Tokyo Manji Gang and the consequences of their choices. The plot intensifies with each revelation, keeping viewers guessing until the very end about this engrossing anime series that deftly blends action, drama, and supernatural mystery.
Tokyo Revengers Season 3 Episode 8 Release Date
“I Know in My Head” is the title of Tokyo Revengers’ eighth episode of season three. On November 21, 2023, at 12 a.m. JST, it will be shown on original Japanese networks, including TV Aichi, TV Tokyo, MBS, and others.
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But, three hours after its initial airing in Japan, the program will become available for viewing on internet streaming services for anyone outside of the nation. The episode is available for viewing exclusively on Disney Plus for those outside of the United States. The following are the different release times:
- November 21, 2023, at 11 a.m. PT
- November 21, 2023, at 1 p.m. CT
- November 21, 2023, at 2 p.m. ET
- November 21, 2023, at 11:30 p.m. IST
To learn more about the Tokyo Revengers series, click on the links provided below:
- Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 11: The Excitement Continues!
- Tokyo Revengers Season 3 Release Date And How Did Mitsuya Die At The End Of Season 2?
Tokyo Revengers Season 3 Episode 7: What Happened Previously?
“Turn the Tide” was the title of the anime series’ most recent episode. With Toman entering the battlefield to face Tenjiku, it was an intense struggle. The fight started off with a violent altercation in which Peh-yan punched Shion Madarame. Then, with Toman going after Tenjiku, Takemichi turned his attention to Kisaki.
As the fight progressed, Izana identified Peh-yan as a potential threat and quickly rendered him incapable. Subordinates of the S-62 generation were then inspired by him to join the fight. After their own falling out, Inupi and Kokonoi eventually got back together.
However, Kokonoi tried to enlist Inupi as a Tenjiku member rather than siding with Toman. When Inupi informed Kokonoi about Akane, the plot grew more intricate and the story took an interesting turn.
Shion, meantime, divulges Tenjiku’s prior plans to attack Toman members. Mucho needed to take control of Kokonoi, and Kisaki needed to make Mikey and Draken less determined to fight. While Hanma and Mocchi anticipate Toman’s defeat, Kisaki is still optimistic about Takemichi’s arrival.
Toman eventually shows up, Takemichi and Chifuyu leading the way. Despite Toman’s numerical disadvantage, Izana consents to a customary one-on-one confrontation. However, Peh Yan surprises everyone by taking down Shion.
With a renewed sense of confidence after this win, Takemichi charges at Kisaki, determined to change the course of events. Izana demonstrates his incredible strength during the duel by easily defeating Peh Yan. In addition, a flashback highlights Izana’s leadership abilities.
As the fights go on, a few pivotal encounters become clear: Takemichi approaches Kisaki, Hakkai faces a Tenjiku gang member, and Chifuyu faces Mocchi.
Tensions rise as Kakucho opposes Takemichi, Rindo confronts Angry, and Ran teases Hakkai over Mitsuya. Inupi intends to take back Kokonoi, but he unexpectedly finds himself in a fight with Kokonoi. Now that the stage is set for a confrontation between Tenjiku and Toman, personal grudges will inevitably exacerbate the tensions.