What Happened To Draken? How About Taking Him Back With Takemichi?
With his imposing height of 185 cm and his extensive collection of dragon tattoos, he doesn’t exactly project a noble character. Takemichi considers Mikey to be his “conscience,” as he puts it. This persona, needless to say, became a phenomenon.
Yet, death itself was never far from Draken’s shadow. No matter how many alternate timelines Takemichi created, Draken always ended up dead or extremely close to it.
Draken died rescuing Takemichi in one possible future. Fans all across the world began to grieve, and now everyone wants to know if Draken will return.
Get in here and you’ll get the precise solution you’re looking for.
In the vast majority of alternate histories, Draken dies. In one version of events, we witness him getting shot at while trying to protect Takemichi. However, Takemichi and Mikey come to his rescue and put a halt to the chain of events that would have resulted in Draken’s death.
1. Draken’s Near Death Experience: 3rd August!
At the beginning of the book, we find out through Naoto that Draken was murdered on August 3 by a knife wound. Because of Draken’s death, Naoto and Takemichi believe, the Toman gang grew into what it is today.
Takemichi goes back in time because he feels responsible for Draken’s eventual destiny. It is revealed to him that Moebius and Toman are currently engaged in a physical altercation. According to Takemichi, Draken might have been killed in the battle between Moebius and Toman.
But instead of it, Pah-chin stabs Osanai. When the cops show there, Pah-chin is promptly taken into custody.
Because of this occurrence, Mikey and Draken are now at odds with one another. As a result, the group splits into the Mikey camp and the Draken camp.
Based on what he read in the newspaper, Takemichi is now quite concerned that Draken would perish as a result of an internal power struggle. He successfully puts an end to Mikey and Draken’s brawl.
Now that the danger has been averted, Takemichi and Draken may enjoy the festival with their respective dates, Hina and Emma. As time goes on, it becomes clear that Draken’s predicament has not been resolved.
Peh-yan and a few other Moebius members, upset with the way things turned out for Pah-chin, launch an attack on Draken.
After learning that Kiyomasa intends to assassinate Draken, Takemichi confronts him. However, Kiyomasa and his gang bind Takemichi and then leave to exact “vengeance.” Eventually, Takemichi is located by Hina, who instills in him the strength to resist the temptation to surrender.
When he reaches the battlefield, he finds that Kiyomasa has stabbed Draken. Even though he attempts to get Draken to safety, Kiyomasa and his men discover them and take Draken away. Akkun and the others make it in time to save Draken and Takemichi.
Draken is quickly taken to the hospital, but on the way there he goes into cardiac arrest. Everything is really serious and everyone is concerned. But the danger is avoided, and Draken survives.
2. Draken Ends Up as Death Row Prisoner!
Takemichi travels back in time once he is confident that he has prevented harm to Hina, Draken, and Akkun. Nothing has changed, as both Hina and Akkun perish and Akkun repeats his old lines as before.
He learns that Draken is still around, although he’s now serving time for murder. As Naoto and Takemichi encounter him, they learn that he has carried out Kisaki’s orders and murdered a few individuals. Also, he informs Takemichi that he feels bad about not murdering Kisaki.
This event prompts Takemichi to make the decision to assume leadership of Toman and send him back in time. He strongly disapproves of Kisaki signing up with Toman. Takemichi is warned by Mikey that if he does not want Kisaki to join Toman, he should bring back Baji.
As Halloween approaches, the Bloody Halloween event will occur. Incredibly, Takemichi prevents Mikey from going completely insane and kills Kazutora. Quite quickly, he rises to the position of first division commander in Toman.
Kisaki outwits Takemichi, but the catastrophe is not avoided. In the end, Draken is sentenced to death and executed.
3. Draken Dies After Saving Takemichi!
Takemichi was targeted in one timeline because he refused to become a member of the Rokuhara Tandai gang. Draken, upon learning of the impending threat over Takemichi, hurried there to save him.
Draken leapt in front of the gunfire to protect our whimpering hero. He was hit by three gunshots, but with his final breaths he begged Takemichi to restore Mikey’s old self.
Medics verified his death officially in Chapter 224. What a well crafted protagonist! Naturally, every supporter was saddened by the loss of this Hero.
It was Takemichi who ended up saving Draken and everyone else.
In order to save everyone, including Draken, Takemichi and Mikey traveled back in time to when they were toddlers and altered the future.
All the characters, including Draken, are shown to be healthy and still living in Chapter 278 of the manga. They are seen partying it up after Takemichi and Hina had tied the knot. It turns out that Mikey is a professional racer and that Draken is the team’s mechanic.
It was quite the up and down, but in the end, everything turned out well. As a result, we are overjoyed that Draken was ultimately spared and given a happy ending.
4. Tokyo Revengers
Ken Wakui has created a manga titled Tokyo Revengers. It first appeared in print on March 1, 2017, in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine, and ran through November 20, 2022. There are 30 tankobon volumes of it.
The protagonist, Takemichi Hanagaki, finds out that his one and only middle school ex-girlfriend was murdered by the Tokyo Manji Gang. Takemichi was shoved from the train station after passengers learned about the event.
When he landed on the tracks, he closed his eyes in resignation to death; when he opened them again, he found himself 12 years in the past.