‘Tokyo Ghoul’ Season 3 Cancelled Due To Spin Off Series? Release Date Pushed To Late 2015
Is “Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3 really cancelled? Find out more details about its delayed release date announcement that causes so much panic to the fans.
The manga series by Sui Ishida gained a lot of fans since it was first published by Shueisha and was serialized in the company’s seinen manga magazine “Weekly Young Jump” between September 2011 to September 2014. This made everyone to hang on to every update about its upcoming “Tokyo Ghoul” Season 5, but recently, fans begun to panic as news circulated that the delayed release date announcement of the manga is because of the possibility of cancellation.
In the previous report of Youth Health Mag website, they revealed that the third season of “Tokyo Ghoul” will have its release date sometime after “Tokyo Ghoul: Jack,” but updates on the actual date has yet to be announced by the company and it got fans to express their worries.
According to When-Will, “Tokyo Ghoul: Jack” revolves around two characters, namely Kishou Arima and Taishi Fura.
The two characters met each other when they both investigated the of Taishi’s friend by the hands of a ghoul. Eventually, Taishi decided to follow Arima’s footstep and joins the Commission of Counter Ghoul—a federal agency whose main goal is to investigate crimes caused by ghouls.
On the other hand, the spin-off to “Tokyo Ghoul” was initially set to be released last June but there’s no news so far about it and even its much-awaited third season has no update.
There were even speculations before that “Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3 will be released sometime during year’s summer, but then again no confirmation from the creators was reported.
These delayed released date news made fans quite worried that with all the spin-off talks, “Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3 might be cancelled any time soon.
Yibada reported the possibility of its cancellation when a commenter said that there would be a lot of issue in making “Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3 considering how far the second season deviated from the manga. Unless the Season 3 is another anime-original piece.
“The decisions to skip out on entire story arcs and derail the development of several characters would make adapting ‘Tokyo Ghoul: Re’ very difficult,” the commenter added.
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