Tokyo Revengers, known as ‘Tōkyō Ribenjāzu’ in Japanese, is a manga series authored and illustrated by Ken Wakui. The series was originally published in Weekly Shōnen Magazine, a manga magazine under Kodansha, running from March 2017 to November 2022.
It comprises a total of 31 tankōbon volumes, collecting all its chapters. The narrative revolves around Takemichi Hanagaki, a 26-year-old temporary laborer leading a bleak life.
In addition to the provided information, there is a keen interest in Tokyo Revengers Season 3. This article will delve into the details of the upcoming Episode 4 of Tokyo Revengers Season 3 and also touch upon the events of Episode 3. Furthermore, we will provide additional insights into the Tokyo Revengers series.
Tokyo Revengers Season 3: Previous Episode Recap And Next Episode Preview
Episode 4 of Tokyo Revengers Season 3 is scheduled to premiere on local Japanese networks at 12 a.m. Japanese Standard Time on Wednesday, October 25, 2023.
In the previous episode, Takemichi confirmed Naoto’s death in the past and accidentally revealed the secrets of time travel and his mission to Hinata. Later, he accompanied Draken to Mikey’s house, where they discovered that Izana Kurokawa was Mikey’s stepbrother.
The title of the third episode was “Return Out of Patience.” In this episode, Takemichi traveled to the past as Naoto held his hand for the last time. It became evident that Naoto didn’t survive in the future.
Hinata came to Takemichi’s aid and revealed her knowledge of his time-traveling ability, promising to keep his secret. The episode concluded with the revelation that Izana’s attacks on the gang were driven by jealousy of Mikey.
The upcoming episode is titled “Come Back to Life,” and it follows the plot from Chapter 140 of the manga. Mucho, a member of Toman’s Fifth Division, discloses his affiliation with Tenjiku and his loyalty to its founder, Izana. He plans to coerce Kokonoi into joining Tenjiku and targets Takemichi and Inupi.
Mucho offers to spare the latter two if Kokonoi agrees, but Takemichi refuses to abandon Kokonoi and vows to protect him. A confrontation ensues, and Inupi sides with Takemichi.
Eventually, Kokonoi pleads with Mucho to end the violence and agrees to join Tenjiku. Takemichi, taking Inupi to the hospital, reflects on his newfound friendship with them and their plan to rescue Kokonoi. Inupi asks Takemichi to become the leader of the Black Dragons.
Tokyo Revengers Season 4: Cast And Plot Expectations
Assuming there are no unexpected issues among the cast members, we anticipate the return of the following actors for the fourth season:
- Junya Enoki as Inui Seishu
- Yuuki Shin as Takemichi Hanagaki
- Yuu Hayashi as Manjiro Sano
- Natsuki Hanae as Kokonoi Hajime
- Tasuku Hatanaka as Hakkai Shiba
- Nobunaga Shimazaki as Izana Kurokawa
- Tetsu Inada as Kanji Mochizuki
Season 3 primarily delves into the Tenjiku Arc, widely considered one of the most significant arcs in the manga’s history. Moving forward, Season 4 is expected to encompass the Bonten Arc, covering Chapters 187 to 206 in the manga.
This season should bring about the disbandment of the Tokyo Manji Gang and a return to the future, potentially aligning with Takemichi’s hopeful vision of a better future.