After releasing a well-liked anime adaptation and receiving two live-action feature-length movies, Tokyo Ghoul is presently lacking in motion as followers wait to see if Ken Kaneki will someday return to the small display screen. Whereas creator Sui Ishida is engaged on a brand new manga collection in Choujin X, he continues to return to his masterpiece by creating new artwork specializing in the younger protagonist who discovered himself gaining the skills of a ghoul due to a terrifying encounter early on within the collection.

Tokyo Ghoul’s newest anime collection got here to an finish in 2018, with the anime franchise changing into well-liked sufficient to warrant two live-action movies and a online game that put gamers into the sneakers of Ken Kaneki. At current, there was no phrase in the case of the concept of Tokyo Ghoul returning to the world of anime, and/or new chapters of its manga being launched, but it surely’s clear that each the creator of the franchise and its followers nonetheless have plenty of love for this world of flesh-eating ghouls.

Tokyo Ghoul – The Return of Ken

Sui Ishida took to his Official Twitter Account to share the brand new artwork of one in every of his hottest creations, along with his account adopted by over a million netizens:

If you have not had the chance to dive into Sui Ishida’s newest manga story, Choujin X, the collection has shades of Tokyo Ghoul in its bones and the official description for the collection reads as such:

“Finest associates Tokio and Azuma do all the things collectively, even when more often than not it seems like Tokio is simply stumbling alongside in Azuma’s cooler, extra gifted footsteps. However once they’re attacked one night time by a superhuman mutant known as a choujin, Tokio lastly has an opportunity to shine–by turning right into a choujin himself! Being a superpowered creature is not all it is cracked as much as be, although. Tokio has to cover his transformation from his household and dodge a truancy cost in school, all whereas coping with the more and more odd incidents occurring round city!”


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