Tokyo Revengers Episode 22 is expected to be released on September 5, 2021. Fans can watch all the latest episodes on Crunchyroll and YouTube of Muse Asia.
We know fans are quite excited about the upcoming episode. Here in this article, we are going to discuss the upcoming episode of the Tokyo Revengers anime series.
About The Tokyo Revengers.
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The serialization of the manga began in 2017 in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine. The series is also adapted into an anime series by Liden Films. The anime series is getting premiered in April 2021. A live-action film adaptation of the manga too was scheduled to get released in July 2021 on Japanese Television.
As of now, the manga has around 32 million copies in circulation. The manga was awarded the 44th Kodansha Manga Award for the Shonen category back in 2020. Episode 22 of the Tokyo Revengers is scheduled to get released on September 5, 2021.
The story is based on the Takemichi Hanagaki. Who is a 26 year -old freezer having no hopes in life. He one day comes across a fact about his ex-girlfriend Hinata Tachibana and his younger brother who was killed by the Tokyo manji gang. Once when he gets pushed in front of a train his memory takes him 12 years back during the year 2005.
At that time he comes to know that Hinata will die. Later he promises Naoto that he will save Hinata.
The moment Baji has been waiting for 😱 pic.twitter.com/dpCdwExA73
— Tokyo Revengers (@tokyo_rev_en) August 27, 2021
Tokyo Revengers episode 22 release date and more.
The next episode of Tokyo Revenger will get released on September 5, 2021. In the previous episode which was released on August 29, 2021, we saw that everything was supposed to get alight. But Kisaki’s plan included Takemitchi helplessly watch Baji collapse. For him, time is running and he has to do something immediately to save his life.
For viewers outside Japan, all the new episodes will be available on all the streaming platforms by 6th September 2021.
Viewers can catch all the latest episodes on Crunchyroll and YouTube of Muse Asia. On Crunchyroll, all the episodes are available with English subtitles and in dubbed English versions. All the episodes are also available on Netflix.
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