The highly anticipated anime adaptation of Tokyo Ghoul:re has garnered attention as retailer Amazon has listed it with a total of twelve episodes. This exciting news has fans eagerly anticipating the unfolding of the story, which will be divided into six Blu-ray Disc and DVD volumes for distribution.
The anime made its debut on a recent Tuesday, captivating viewers with its dark and intense narrative. Funimation, a prominent streaming platform, is providing the series to fans worldwide, offering Japanese audio with English subtitles for a truly immersive experience. Additionally, Funimation has revealed plans to release the English dubbed version of the initial episodes concurrently with their Japanese airing, allowing English-speaking fans to enjoy the series as it unfolds.
In terms of the production team, Odahiro Watanabe has taken the directorial helm for the Tokyo Ghoul:re anime, succeeding Shuhei Morita. Known for his work on projects such as Soul Buster, Super Lovers 2, and Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid, Watanabe brings his unique vision and expertise to the series. Pierrot, the renowned animation studio, is responsible for the anime’s production, with Pierrot+ lending their assistance in delivering top-notch animation quality.
Chūji Mikasano, a seasoned writer who contributed to the first two Tokyo Ghoul anime series, returns as the series composer and scriptwriter for Tokyo Ghoul:re. Mikasano’s involvement ensures a seamless continuation of the captivating storyline and complex character development that fans have come to love. Atsuko Nakajima, an esteemed character designer known for her work on iconic series like Ranma ½, You’re Under Arrest, and Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto, has taken over the reins from Kazuhiro Miwa, bringing her unique artistic flair to breathe life into the characters of Tokyo Ghoul:re.
To further enhance the viewing experience, the anime features captivating theme songs. The opening theme song, titled “asphyxia,” is performed by the talented three-member band Cö shu Nie, known for their captivating melodies and emotionally charged performances. On the other hand, the ending theme song, entitled “Half,” is delivered by the renowned rock band Ziyoou-vachi, adding a touch of intensity and atmosphere to the series’ conclusion.
With the confirmation of twelve episodes and the remarkable team behind the anime adaptation of Tokyo Ghoul:re, fans can look forward to an enthralling journey filled with intense action, thought-provoking themes, and unforgettable characters. As the series continues to unfold, viewers will be transported into the dark and intriguing world of Tokyo Ghoul, captivated by its compelling storytelling and stunning visuals.