Are you ready to choose a side? A new TOKYO GHOUL: re CALL to EXIST trailer previews gameplay for the game's Ghoul player characters. See Ken Kaneki, Shu Tsukiyama, and the rest prepare to fight after the jump!
Tokyo Ghoul fans can look forward to digging into a co-op survival action take on Sui Ishida's series when Tokyo Ghoul:re Call to Exist hits PS4 and PC. Bandai Namco confirmed western timing this morning, with the game officially set to launch on November 15. Read on for more.
Just one day before its opening in Japan, the official website for the live-action film Tokyo Ghoul 【S】 has posted a 100-second special trailer featuring its theme song "Introduction" by four-member Japanese rock band Ziyoou-vachi/QUEEN BEE. Watch the clip including more new footage from the highly-anticipated sequel after the jump!
The official YouTube channel for four-member Japanese rock band Ziyoou-vachi/QUEEN BEE has posted a four-minute music video for "Introduction," the theme song for the forthcoming live-action film Tokyo Ghoul 【S】. The band previously provided the ED theme "HALF" for the TV anime Tokyo Ghoul:re in 2018. Check out their bizarre world after the jump!
The official website for the Touken Ranbu musical series announced today that the cover illustrations of its first three playbooks to be released on July 18, 2019, are newly provided by manga artist Sui Ishida, best known for his internationally popular Tokyo Ghoul series. See the 18 sword boys drawn in his own style after the jump.
Japanese musician MIYAVI has revealed two jacket images for his new album "NO SLEEP TILL TOKYO" drawn by manga artist Sui Ishida, best known for his internationally popular series Tokyo Ghoul. Check out the special illustrations after the jump!
At the premiere held in Tokyo on Tuesday, a 90-second new trailer for Tokyo Ghoul 【S】, the forthcoming second live-action film based on Sui Ishida's dark fantasy manga series Tokyo Ghoul, was screened, introducing its theme song "Introduction" performed by Japanese rock band Ziyoou-vachi/QUEEN BEE. Check out the latest footage and the song after the jump!
Which anime series should have stuck to one season? A new poll on goo Ranking asks viewers what series they believe went downhill after Season One—and there's some pretty bold statements on here. Do you see eye to eye with the voters? Or do you have your own picks? Let us know after the jump!