Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Release Date, Trailer, Story, and News

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Get hyped for the second season of Tokyo Revengers! The time-traveling crime series is returning in 2023, but when and where can you watch it?

We have all the details you need below, so keep reading!

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  • January 11, 2023: Complete rewrite for improved readability.
  • September 5, 2022: Initial publishing.

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Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Release Date

Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Release Date

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Tokyo Revengers Season 2 has already been released!

Good news, Revengers fans, Season 2 is confirmed! The second season is set to air in January 2023.

The new season covers the “Christmas Showdown” (“Seiya Kessen”) arc from the manga and will pick up where the last season ended.

Although not yet confirmed, it is likely that Season 2 will simulcast on Crunchyroll like the first season.

Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Trailer

The promotional video for Tokyo Revengers Season 2 is out! Look forward to the 2023 release! The short teaser shows off the main cast with a colorful backdrop.

Tokyo Revengers Story

The series, created by Ken Wakui, follows Takemichi Hanagaki – a 26-year-old service worker who isn’t living what anyone would call a “dream life.”

One day, Takemichi learns that his ex-girlfriend from middle school, Hinata Tachibana, is murdered by a very powerful gang: the Tokyo Manji.

After finding out the news, Takemichi is surprisingly pushed in front of a train. But instead of dying, he is transported exactly 12 years back into the past.

Now, in the year 2005, Takemichi is once again in middle school and vows to save his first love from her eventual fate.

Tokyo Revengers began as a manga in March 2017, serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine in Japan. The series has sold over 65 million copies, with 7 million outside Japan alone.

The manga won “Best Manga” in the Shonen category for the 44th Kodansha Manga Awards.

An anime adaptation was greenlit in 2020 and began airing in 2021. The studio Liden Films produces the series; they are known for the 2016 adaptation of Berserk.

A live-action film starring Takumi Kitamura as Takamichi Hanagaki premiered in Japanese theaters in 2021.

The series is so popular the anime adaptation was number 7 on the trending topics list on Twitter in 2021!

The series is licensed by Kodansha for print and the anime is available to stream on Crunchyroll.

Tokyo Revengers News

The news for Tokyo Revengers doesn’t end with the Season 2 announcement!

Some changes have been made to the cast listing and other exciting announcements regarding the future of the franchise.

New Voice Cast

If you watched Tokyo Revengers in Japanese, you will hear a new voice actor in Season 2. The original voice actor for Ken Ryuguji, also known as Draken, has been replaced.

The actor Tatsuhisa Suzuki has been replaced by Masaya Fukunishi in the role. Fukunishi also re-recorded the character’s dialogue in Season 1.

The first season is re-airing in Japan with Fukunishi in the role. The English actor, Sean Chiplock, has not been replaced and will resume his role.

Second Live-Action Film Announced

After the first live-action film premiere in July 2021, it’s been announced that a second film is in production!

The sequel was announced in July 2022 and is set to premiere in 2023. No further details are known at this time, except that the cast (including Takumi Kitamura) will be reprising their roles.

The first live-action movie is not currently available to stream but is likely to release soon, considering the popularity of the series!

This is not the end of Tokyo Revengers, so look forward to more future updates!

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Catherine Gainsborough

Catherine has been an avid anime fan since Sailor Moon aired when she was five years old. Today, even as an adult, her love for the Magical Girl genre has not changed. She also has an affinity for gaming, primarily JRPGs and shooters.