Based on a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ken Wakui, ‘Tokyo Revengers’ is a shounen action TV anime with science fiction and romance elements. It tells the story of Takemichi Hanagaki, a 20-something underachiever, who learns that his high-school girlfriend, Hinata Tachibana, has been killed by the notorious Tokyo Manji Gang. One day, while returning from work, Takemichi is pushed in front of an oncoming train and subsequently discovers that his adult consciousness has been transported into his middle-school body. Hoping to make the best of the opportunity he has been given, Takemichi decides to change the past so that Hinata won’t be killed in the future. The series premiered on April 11, 2021. Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming episode of the show.
Tokyo Revengers Episode 13 Release Date
‘Tokyo Revengers’ episode 13 is set to release on July 4, 2021, in Japan. The episode will air at various times on MBS, TV Tokyo, TV Aichi, TVh, TVQ, BS Asahi, AT-X, TSK, QAB, and RKK. On March 30, 2021, the show had a special premiere in Japan in which important scenes from the first three episodes were broadcast together. Liden Films Studios developed the series, with Kouichi Hatsumi as the primary director and Yasuyuki Mutou as the primary scriptwriter. Hiroaki Tsutsumi created the music, and Kenichi Oonuki and Keiko Oota designed the characters. Pop group Official HiGE DANdism sang the show’s opening theme, “Cry Baby,” while eill sang its ending theme, “Koko de Iki wo shite.”
Where to Stream Tokyo Revengers Season 1 Online?
Episodes of ‘Tokyo Revengers’ with original Japanese audio and English subtitles will be available on Crunchyroll and VRV outside Asia on the same day they air in Japan. For viewers in South and Southeast Asia, Muse Asia’s official YouTube channel, its affiliates, and Bilibili will stream the episodes. In Japan, the viewers can watch the anime on Netflix Japan with Japanese audio and subtitles.
Tokyo Revengers Episode 13 Spoilers
In episode 12, Takemichi arrives with Naoto at the apartment complex where Hinata lives but suddenly becomes reluctant about seeing her after all these years and leaves. Takemichi reflects that even though he has managed to save Hinata, his own life hasn’t changed. He is still a 20-something underachiever with a part-time job. At the building’s lobby, he collides with someone and realizes that it’s Hinata. She seems as awkward as him during their conversation. Takemichi, Hinata, and Naoto leave her apartment to go for a drive, but the awkwardness doesn’t recede.
After Naoto goes back to work, Takemichi and Hinata take a stroll together. She still wears the necklace he had given her and reveals that it was Takemichi who ended the relationship in this world. While visiting the toilet, Takemichi runs into an older Hanma, who remarks that he should be in the car. Feeling a deep sense of dread, Takemichi runs back to the car just as a minivan slams into it with Hinata still inside.
Takemichi discovers Atsushi was driving the car, and the latter asks him again to save everyone. He tries to get Hinata out as the minivan explodes and the fire starts to spread. Realizing that he can’t save her, he wraps his hands around her and tells her that he has always loved her and always will. Just before the fire engulfs the car, Hinata pushes him out. As the episode ends, Takemichi vows to become the leader of Toman. In episode 13, after Hinata’s funeral, Takemichi might tell Naoto that he wants to go back to the past. They might wonder what has happened to Draken, leading them to the discovery that he is currently on death row.
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