‘Tokyo Ghoul’ Season 3 Spoilers: Focus On Ken Kaneki Resurrection; Producers Take Extra Time To Improve
The official release of “Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3 is yet to be announced but Kevin Hamric, Senior Director (Sales and Marketing) of Viz Media previously announced something. According to Hamric, the series along with “One Punch Man” Season 2 would be the biggest anime series to watch out for this year.
But now, it seems that the making of “Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3 has taken the backseat in Viz Media’s list of priority projects. This is mainly considered true, based on the fact that Viz Media confirmed that Hamric’s statement on “Tokyo Ghoul” and “One Punch Man” was misquoted in his conversation with the media. This made fans highly disappointed but they are still waiting for the latest positive updates.
Will “Tokyo Ghoul” Be Released Prior To “My Hero Academia” And “One Punch Man?”
“Tokyo Ghoul” Season 3 has already been delayed for a long period and The Christian Post recently reported that it will be delayed even more, as the project is not in the priority list. Whereas, it is also being recently declared that “One Punch Man” Season 2 and “My Hero Academia” have been given extra priority and might be released prior to the Sui Ishida-created Japanese dark fantasy manga series, “Tokyo Ghoul.”
Although the updates on the series’ delay is creating headlines these days, some recent reports are indicating that the show’s producers are simply taking excessive time to improve the upcoming season at best. Hence, anime enthusiasts are suggested to not give up their hopes on the series.
Ken Kaneki Will Get Extra Focus For His Possible Resurrection
According to Korea Portal, the end of “Tokyo Ghoul” Season 2 was accomplished with the death of Ken Kaneki. But now new reports suggested that Kaneki’s life will get extra focus in the upcoming season for his reported resurrection. This has generated curiosity among fans to know how he was saved in the previous season.