Tokyo Revengers Season 2: Where to Watch Online and What to Expect
After the premiere of its first season, Tokyo Revengers quickly gained widespread popularity among anime fans. This show’s enormous popularity can be traced back to its original plot, which combined time travel with high school gangsters.
Season 2 of Tokyo Revengers, which has been eagerly anticipated, is now available to stream exclusively on Hulu in the United States and on Disney and Disney+ everywhere else.
Episode one premiered on January 7, and episode two is scheduled for January 15. About 13 episodes will make up Season 2.
We recommend reviewing Season 1’s events before moving on to Season 2.
Tokyo Revengers Season 1: Recap!
Nearly 77 chapters of the manga were adapted into the first season of Tokyo Revengers, which included numerous fight scenes. This summary, however, will only touch on the story’s most significant events.
1. Toman arc
Takemichi, who is not working, going to school, or doing anything else, finds out that his middle school girlfriend Hina and her younger brother Naoto have died because of something that happened with the Tokyo Manji gang.
But when he gets pushed back in front of the train, he goes back in time 12 years. Even Naoto is saved by him.
Lastly, Mikey, the leader of the Tokyo Manji Gang, and Draken, the vice leader, both notice Takemichi.
He goes back to the present and finds out that Kisaki told his friend Akkun to push him in front of the train. Akkun then kills himself.
In the fight between the Tokyo Manji gang and the Moebius gang, Naoto and Takemichi decide to save Draken from dying.
2. Moebius arc
Time travel brings Takemichi and Naoto face to face with Osanai, the former leader of Moebius. He explains to them that their conflict with Moebius was the spark that ignited the infighting among Tokyo Manji.
Despite Takemichi’s protests, Tokyo Manji goes against Moebius, and Osanai is stabbed by Pah-chin.
Takemichi’s later festival date with Hina is cut short when he learns that Draken is in danger. He protects Draken from Moebius members, but a vengeful Kiyomasu still stabs Draken.
Takemichi exacts his revenge on behalf of Draken, who is rescued as a result.
3. Valhalla arc
Takemichi returns to the present day, where he learns that Hinata has been saved, kicking off the final arc of Season 1. But his friend Akkun kills her when he drives into the back of her car.
Additionally, Takemichi learns that Draken is currently incarcerated in a death-row facility. Draken tells them that he knew Kisaki was using Mikey for his own ends and that he should have killed him when he had the chance.
Takemichi travels through time and learns that Mikey promoted Kisaki to third-team captain. While this is going on, Baji, captain of the first division, has decided to transfer from Tokyo Manji to Valhalla.
The true leader of Valhalla, Kisaki, is eventually revealed to be Baji, who joined the group in order to bring him to light. Mikey and the other Tokyo Manji members go to battle with Valhalla to win Baji back.
Instead, Kazutora stabs Baji in the back. Mikey becomes enraged and attacks Kazutora, but Baji stabs himself again to save him from being arrested.
At the end of season 1, Takemichi is finally a full member of the Tokyo Manji Gang.
Tokyo Revengers Season 2: What Is The Plot!
Due to the limited number of episodes available, Season 2 will focus solely on the Christmas Showdown storyline. When compared to the rest of the series, the Christmas Showdown arc (also known as the Black Dragon arc) stands out as particularly exciting.
In the upcoming second season, Takemichi will have to deal with one of the most dangerous gangs, Black Dragon. Takemichi will also discover that his previous actions have had a completely different result.
Still, Hakkai, vice-captain of the second division of the Tokyo Manji Gang, and his brother Taiju, leader of the Black Dragon, will be the primary points of interest.
Ken Wakui is the author and artist of the manga Tokyo Revengers. It was first published in Kodansha’s Weekly Shnen Magazine on March 1, 2017, and ran until November 20, 2022. There are 30 tankobon volumes of it.
The story is about Takemichi Hanagaki. He found out that his only ex-girlfriend from middle school had been killed by the Tokyo Manji Gang. When Takemichi heard about what happened, he was pushed off the train platform.
When he hit the tracks, he closed his eyes because he knew he was going to die. When he opened them again, he was 12 years in the past.