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Tokyo Ghoul Anime Teases A Major Announcement For July 2024

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The official X account of the Tokyo Ghoul anime has fans buzzing with excitement and speculation after teasing a major announcement coming on July 3, 2024, at 6 PM JST, as a part of the series’ 10th anniversary.

The post featured a 20-second video showcasing a montage of scenes from the original anime series.

This has led to fans taking to social media to voice their hopes and theories about what the announcement could be.

Majority of the fans are hoping for a complete remake of the anime series, a version that will closely follow the storyline of the manga.

However, many are approaching the announcement with caution, as previous teasers and announcements from the franchise have sometimes led to less thrilling reveals, such as episodes being released on YouTube for free rather than new content.

Apart from these, speculations also ranged from a new Blu-ray collection, possibly featuring remastered episodes and new bonus content, or even something as simple as a digital re-release.

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As a part of the 10th anniversary celebration, all the 48 episodes of Tokyo Ghoul anime and 2 OVAs were distributed for free on Studio Pierrot’s official YouTube channel from April 5, 2024.

Tokyo Ghoul is an anime television series produced by Pierrot based on Sui Ishida’s manga series of the same name. The first season aired from July to September 2014. A second season, titled Tokyo Ghoul √A, aired from January to March 2015. A third and final season, titled Tokyo Ghoul:re, aired from April to December 2018 in two split season cours.

Pierrot also produced two OVAs, each based on Tokyo Ghoul: Jack and a portion of the light novel Tokyo Ghoul: Days, titled Tokyo Ghoul: Pinto.

Tokyo Ghoul manga was serialized in Shueisha’s seinen manga magazine Weekly Young Jump from September 2011 to September 2014, with its chapters collected in 14 tankobon volumes.

A prequel, titled Tokyo Ghoul [Jack], ran online on Jump Live in 2013, with its chapters collected in a single tankōbon volume. A sequel, titled Tokyo Ghoul:re, was serialized in Weekly Young Jump from October 2014 to July 2018, its chapters were collected in 16 tankobon volumes.

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