Tokyo Revengers Ending Explained
The Tokyo Revengers manga is at its final stages. It has officially entered its Final Arc with the release of
chapter 207 on the 26 of March 2021. The final arc currently holds 13 chapters, with chapter 220 released
on the 1st of September 2021.
Keeping in account the number of chapters every arc received the final arc may end by the year 2022 or
might extend if the mangaka, Ken Wakui, decides so. Ken Wakui states that he wishes to put an end to the
manga as early as possible.
Now, talking about our protagonist Takemichi and his mission in this arc.
Spoiler Alert: You might want to stop here
As of now in the anime, Keisuke Baji dies by his own hands after being stabbed, he has bid farewell to his
fellow members. Debuted in chapter 22 of the manga and episode 5 of the anime. Is the First Division
Captain and one of the Founding Members of the Tokyo Manji Gang or Toman.
While in the manga,
The Tenjiku Arc (chapter 189- 206), with the death of Tetta Kisaki and Mikey disbanding the Tokyo Manji
Gang, Hanagaki Takemichi is successful in saving Hinata and confirming the safety and prosperous future
of his fellow Toman members.
The Bonten Arc, although, it is later known that Mikey alone has strayed away from the path and is the
leader of an evil organization called Bonten.
The issue is that Hina’s sibling Naoto no longer needs to attempt to change the past due to his content
with the current course of events. Left with no decision, Takemichi stands up to Mikey in the present.
In Tokyo Revengers Chapter 204, the work goes poorly since Mikey attempts to kill Takemichi, and Mikey
endeavors self-destruction (well, suicide) by leaping to his demise. At the point when Takemichi forestalls
the selfish suicide, the two men wind up clasping hands… and that touch sends Takemichi back in 2008,
that is 10 years in the past!
Along these lines, Tokyo Revengers’ the last arc will base in on forestalling Mikey’s death later on.
This time Takemichi has to save Mikey!
I can continue with what happens later in the manga, but it will only spoil the fun for you. So, go ahead and
read the manga I am sure you’ll be thrilled.
I hope this article served its purpose.
With that, See you next time 😉