Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 2 Publication Date, Spoilers & Other Informations

Find out all you need to know about the second episode of season 2 of Tokyo Revengers right here.

Tokyo Revengers

The movie Tokyo Revengers is adapted from the manga of the same name. In addition, Ken Wakui does double duty as the series’ author and artist.

Tokyo Revengers
Tokyo Revengers

Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 1: A Quick Summary

Tokyo Revengers’ season two premiere is titled “It Is What It Is.”

Kazutora rescuing Takemichi from Kisaki’s grasp was the opening scene of the prior episode. Even more importantly, he let the time-leaper know that Toman was in a bad way because of Takemichi’s absence and Black Dragon’s funds.

Chifuyu initially intended to kill Kisaki, but he ended up helping Takemichi.

Finally, the episode ended with Takemichi going back in time to meet Hakkai.

Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 1
Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 1

Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 2: What Can We Expect?

In the next episode, Takemichi will meet Hakkai Shiba and his big sister Yuzuha. In case you missed it, the two brothers will play a major role in the next plot.

Takemichi, meantime, will learn that Hakkai has been blackmailed into leaving the Tokyo Manji Gang.

Also, new characters like Seishu Inui and Hajime Kokonoi will be introduced in the second episode.

Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 2: Publication Date

There is a good chance that the next Tokyo Revengers episode will air on January 15th, 2023. More so, the episode will be released at 2:08 a.m. JST.

In addition, it will be available worldwide on the following days and times:

  • Pacific Standard Time: 9.08 am
  • Eastern Standard Time: 12.08 pm
  • Greenwich Mean Time: 5.08 pm
  • Central European Time: 6.08 pm
  • Indian Standard Time: 10.38 pm
  • Philippine Standard Time: 1.08 am
  • Australia Central Standard Time: 3.38 am

Tokyo Revengers Season 2: Where Can You Read And How?

Tokyo Revengers Season 2 will premiere on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Disney Plus for viewers across the world.