Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 3 Release Date, Spoilers, and Other Details
Here is everything you need to know about Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 3.
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About: Tokyo Revengers
Tokyo Revengers is based on manga of the same name. Moreover, Ken Wakui serves as both the writer and illustrator of the series.
Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 2: A Quick Recap
The previous episode opened in the arcade where Hakkai Shiba crossed paths with Takemichi and Hinata. Additionally, Hakkai went on to introduce himself as the vice-captain of the second division of Tokyo Manji Kai.
Meanwhile, Hakkai invites the duo to his house after spending time with Takemichi in the arcade. He also revealed that Yuzuha is his elder sister.
Takemichi on the other hand understands that Hakkai is the one who murdered the leader of the 10th generation of Black Dragons, as per Kazutora.
Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 3: What To Expect?
The upcoming episode of Tokyo Revengers’ latest season will most likely continue with Takemichi escaping the dire situation.
Moreover, it will show Hakkai and Yuzuha being afraid of Taiju. In addition, the third episode is expected to reveal the reason behind their fear. It might also showcase why Hakkai will end up killing his elder brother.
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Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 3: Release Date
The third episode of Tokyo Revengers Season 2 is expected to be broadcast on 22nd January 2023. In addition, the episode will be made available at 2:08 am JST.
Moreover, it will release globally on the following dates and times:
- Pacific Standard Time: 9.08 am
- Eastern Standard Time: 12.08 pm
- Greenwich Mean Time: 5.08 pm
- Central European Time: 6.08 pm
- Indian Standard Time: 10.38 pm
- Philippine Standard Time: 1.08 am
- Australia Central Standard Time: 3.38 am
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Tokyo Revengers Season 2: Where And How To Read?
The new season of Tokyo Revengers is all set to air on streaming platforms such as Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Disney Plus for international audiences.