Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yuukaku-hen with 11 episodes has brought fans around the world an arc of the Red Light District that couldn’t be better. Right after season 2 of the Kimetsu no Yaiba franchise ended, information about season 3 was also revealed. With the new generation of anime production, the action movies on the subject of demon slaying have been shown excellently by the studios. Meanwhile, Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 2 has also brought a great ending to the most popular survival anime of the years.
Most recently on social networking sites, a campaign of many anime fans calling for studios to remake Tokyo Ghoul anime received a lot of attention from the audience. A little bit about Tokyo Ghoul, this is also a super manga that is loved by a large audience in Japan and some countries around the world, but the anime version of Tokyo Ghoul is quite bad quality compared to what the manga is. have done. Recently, when Attack On Titan and Kimetsu no Yaiba were so successful, Tokyo Ghoul fans started wanting their favorite work to be remade by a more famous studio and let them enjoy real battle scenes. impressive.
Tokyo Ghoul is a manga released in 2011 written by Ishida Sui. The manga consists of two parts, Tokyo Ghoul with 14 episodes and Tokyo Ghoul:re with 16 episodes. vTokyo Ghoul is set in a fantasy world, where the Earth is not only human but also exists a species called Ghoul – flesh-eating demons. Kaneki Ken is an ordinary boy. One day, Kaneki was led to a deserted place by a girl. There, he realizes that the other girl is a meat-eating demon and that he is about to become her dinner. Thinking that fate had arranged, a series of iron rods from the nearby construction site fell, causing both Kaneki and the demon to be seriously injured. Days later, Kaneki regained consciousness after being operated on by a brilliant doctor. Everything ended well, right? No, not at all. Things are only starting to get worse. Look, Kaneki’s starting to crave human blood.
In fact, the anime version of Tokyo Ghoul isn’t that bad. However, compared to the current studios with blockbusters like Attack On Titan and Kimetsu no Yaiba, the 2014 Pierrot-produced film seems outdated. Even many fans believe that the battle scenes and character creation that Pierrot created are still not enough to convey the full appeal of the Tokyo Ghoul manga.
Because of this, with Studio MAPPA making a name for itself with Attack On Titan and Jujutsu Kaisen, as well as the upcoming Chainsaw Man adaptation, many fans are hoping that the animation studio will take on Tokyo Ghoul and made a new anime version for the franchise.
Tokyo Ghoul fan by the name of LukaZer0 shared their hopes for the return of the supernatural series and caused a stir among fans discussing whether MAPPA could be the best studio to help Tokyo Ghoul return to the world. small screen or not. Soon after, a series of other anime fans shared that they wanted MAPPA to take on the project to remake the anime version of Tokyo Ghoul. These statuses receive a lot of interaction and comments from other anime fans.
Currently, there is no information about whether MAPPA (Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 2) or Ufotable (Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yuukaku-hen) will take over the Tokyo Ghoul anime remake, but in the future. most likely this brand will be remade. What do you think about this, please leave your comments!