Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 release date, spoilers, predictions reveal Kaneki Ken’s avatar, huge transformation & Touka’s identity

Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 release date, spoilers, predictions reveal Kaneki Ken’s avatar, huge transformation & Touka’s identity

Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 release date is expected to be this coming winter of 2016. Spoilers revealed Keniki Ken will have his avatar and will face a new villain in the new series.

Madhouse will take over as the producer of the anime series. Official sources confirmed its arrival in Winter this year. In addition, Touka Kirishima’s background story will be the main focus.

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Anime Maru explained the reason of the new season’s character focus. They cited she missed out from the previous season. Thus, Madhouse will continue to detail Touka’s descent into college application madness.

An anonymous Tokyo Ghoul’s writer named “Bob” revealed that Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 will have the darkest plot ever written. However, he emphasized the entire production team won’t guarantee of including more gory scenes.

“This is perhaps the most disillusioning, psychological and darkest plot line that we will attempt to adapt,” he said.

“We hope to remain as faithful as possible to the source material, although we cannot guarantee that more gory scenes such as Touka’s standardized exam test-taking will not be censored,” Ben continued.

The same source noted that the first scene of the Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 will feature Touka’s lament and her personal distress over choosing Kamii University, To-Oh University, and Duke University.

Analysts noted Touka’s inability to answer a simple “why xyz college” will immediately create an enormous psychological barrier to her possible college acceptances.

“The only reason why I want to go to Kamii is to be with Kaneki, but he did a Mark Zuckerberg on me and dropped out in order to move on to greater things. I’m not even interested in literature,” Touka wrote in her first seven drafts. Fans also anticipated the character’s penmanship as dramatic as Death Note’s Yagami Light.

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Aside from Touka, fans could also anticipate Haise Sasaki in the new season. He is described as a guy with black and white hair like Kaneki’s previous colors.

Sasaki is actually Kaneki Ken as a Ghoul Investigator. Kaneki Ken assumed to have lost his memory, Arima took him in charge in the task albeit he still has the body of a ghoul.

The same source stated there would be a possible rematch between Kaneki Ken and his mentor, Arima, which is presumed to be the climax of Tokyo Ghoul Season 3.

Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 will air this coming winter 2016 under Madhouse as the new producers of the anime series.

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  • aintnomountainhigh

    They just want to keep the show trash huh? Just go along with the manga.

    • Anthony

      Fullmetal Alchemist did not follow the manga completely either and that’s fine. Aside from not following the manga, what actually makes it trash? Or are you just upset that they’re taking creative liberties?

      • aintnomountainhigh

        Na they keep making the final fights weird. Like I’m looking for the action and major conflicts but they’re muddying them up. To the point where I’m not satisfied with the cut parts or the new parts. I think that’s calles butchering. And i still like the show I’ve seen both seasons like 2 or 3 times but thing’s are missing and it seems like they won’t ever be shown.

        • rezqs

          I don’t understand is it going to follow the manga (TG:RE) ? ://

          • aintnomountainhigh

            Its saying the third season isn’t. They just making s* up and cutting out the best parts of the manga

          • rezqs

            too bad the manga is so gooooood, but hopefully the anime will be good enough :/

          • We do hope the anime will have the same quality with the manga. However, we obviously could expect changes considering the “gory scenes” which might be too much to the audience. Hopefully, Madhouse won’t do much redos in the anime though.

          • aintnomountainhigh

            The manga is great. The show is just good but that’s half way because i like the characters anyway.

  • Ais

    should such a story in the comic! Do not give us junk