After the second season of Tokyo Revengers came to a close, fans were left eagerly awaiting more action from the popular anime. However, their demands were soon met with the announcement of a third season titled Tokyo Revengers: Tenjiku Arc, which is currently in the works. A new teaser has also been released to give fans a glimpse of what’s to come.
Despite a voice actor controversy surrounding Draken, the second season of Tokyo Revengers did not fail to impress and maintained a spot in the top 10 anime on MAL’s weekly rankings.
Anticipation is high among fans for the upcoming Tokyo Revengers: Tenjiku Arc, with many hoping that it will meet or even exceed the quality of the previous seasons. To satisfy the curiosity of those eagerly awaiting the third installment, here is everything you need to know about Tokyo Revengers Season 3.
What And When To Expect Season 3 Of Tokyo Revengers?
Ken Wakui authored and illustrated a manga series that was published in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine from March 2017 to November 2022. The series has been compiled into 31 tankobon volumes as of January 2023.
Liden Productions developed the anime television adaptation of the manga series, which aired from April to September 2021. The second season of the anime premiered in January 2023.
From what we have seen in the first two seasons of the anime, we can make some informed predictions about the potential storyline of the third season. The second season of Tokyo Revengers covered the Black Dragon/Christmas Showdown arc from the manga, leading us to speculate that the third season will focus on Tenjiku and perhaps the Final arc as well.
However, it should be noted that these are only speculations and if the third season does indeed follow the manga, it could potentially be the final season of the series.
Expected Cast Of Tokyo Revengers Season 3
The events and fate of characters towards the end of the currently airing season 2 of Tokyo Revengers will play a significant role in determining the cast for the upcoming third season.
Some of the characters who were introduced in season 2 may become part of the new cast in season 3, including Masaya Fukunishi, who replaces Tatsuhisa Suzuki as the voice of Draken, Junya Enoki, who voices Inui Seisyu, Natsuki Hanaeas, who voices Kokonoi Hajime, and Tasuku Hatanaka, who voices Hakkai Shiba.
Assuming that the mentioned characters make it through the upcoming season, it is likely that Yuuki Shin, Azumi Waki, Ryota Osaka, and Yuu Hayashi will also reprise their roles.