Tokyo Revengers Episode 14 is set to be released very soon. Fans of the anime show are excited about the release of Tokyo Revengers Episode 14, as they are curious about what will happen next. They are curious about whether Takemichi will be able to take over the Tokyo Manji Gang and whether he will be able to save Hinata. Tokyo Revengers is a Japanese fantasy action television anime developed by Liden Films. It is based on a manga series that is written and illustrated by Ken Wakui.
Tokyo Revengers is the story of an ordinary person, Takemichi Hanagaki, who works at a DVD store. He had lost his mid-school girlfriend, Hinata Tachibana, to a gang war by Toman or the Tokyo Manji Gang. After a freak train accident, Takemichi finds that he has acquired the ability to transport his adult consciousness to his middle school body.
He sees this as an opportunity to go back in time and save Hinata. In his endeavor, he gets help from Naoto, Hinata’s brother. Naoto is a police officer in the present. On shaking hands with Naoto, Takemichi can travel back in time.
Tokyo Revengers Episode 14 Release Date and Where Can You Watch It Online?
Tokyo Revengers Episode 14 will be releasing in Japan on July 11, 2021. Tokyo Revengers Episode 14 will be aired on TV Tokyo, TVh, TSK, MBS, TVQ, RKK, TV Aichi, AT-X, BS Asahi, and QAB at varying times.
The anime series is also available on Netflix Japan, with Japanese audio and subtitles.
Tokyo Revengers Episode 14 will also be streaming on Bilibili, and the official YouTube channel of Muse Asia and its affiliates, in South and Southeast Asia. Outside Asia, Tokyo Revengers Episode 14 will be available with its original Japanese audio and English subtitles on VRV and Crunchyroll. Viewers can watch Tokyo Revengers Episode 14 on these platforms outside Asia on the same day as its release in Japan.
The anime series also premiered a special episode in Japan on March 30, 2021. The special premiere featured all the significant scenes from the first three episodes of the anime. The first episode of Tokyo Revengers premiered on April 11, 2021.
A Recap Of Episode 13 and What To Expect From Tokyo Revengers Episode 14?
Tokyo Revengers Episode 13 is titled “Break up.” Tokyo Revengers Episode 13 has been titled “Odds and Ends.” In episode 13, Takemichi and Naoto, while attending Hinata’s funeral, feel very upset. All their efforts to save Hinata’s life went in vain, as Hinata is presently dead after a car accident. They believed that they had saved her life when they were able to prevent Draken’s death.
Attending Hinata’s funeral is a very emotional moment for Takemichi, especially when Hinata’s mother gives him back the four-leaf clover pendant necklace that he had gifted Hinata in the past. He has tears in his eyes, but then, he overcomes his sadness and resolves to go back in time again so that he can control the Tokyo Manji Gang by becoming its leader. In this way, he would be able to destroy it from within. He shares his resolve with Naoto, who agrees to help him.
On enquiring about Draken’s whereabouts, Naoto discovers that he is presently on death row. Naoto and Takemichi visit him at the Tokyo Detention Centre, where they find out that Kisaki Tetta is somehow behind Draken getting a death sentence. Draken asks Takemichi to leave Tokyo.
Takemichi now decided to travel back in time once again to try to become the leader of Toman’s third division. After joining hands with Naoto and traveling back in time, Takemichi finds that he is in a public bathhouse with Draken and Mikey. They also meet other members of the Tokyo Manji Gang to choose the next leader of division three.
In Tokyo Revengers Episode 14, Mikey is likely to choose Kisaki as the next leader of division three of the Tokyo Manji Gang, as he thinks that Kisaki is suitable for this position. Mikey might be having plans of expanding his gang and confronting the Valhalla gang. In Tokyo Revengers Episode 14, viewers will get to see whether Takemichi is successful in his mission of taking over the Tokyo Manji Gang or not.
Yasuyuki Mutou is the main scriptwriter, and Kouichi Hatsumi is the primary director of Tokyo Revengers. Keiko Oota and Kenichi Oonuki have designed the characters, while Hiroaki Tsutsumi has created the music in the show. The opening theme of the anime is “Cry Baby” by the pop group Official HiGE DANdism.
The closing theme was “Koko de Iki wo shite” by eill for the first 12 episodes, which was then changed to “Tokyo Wonder” by Nakimushi. The anime adaptation of its original manga series was announced in June 2020. Stay connected with MediaScrolls to get more such updates on Tokyo Revengers Episode 14 and other such anime shows, movies, and television shows.