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‘Tokyo Ghoul Brotherhood Treatment Incoming?’: New Web Domain Sparks Speculation Among Fans

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A remake of Tokyo Ghoul anime is something that fans of the series have been clamouring for ever since Studio Pierrot dropped stinkers – the final two seasons that were overly rushed. And thanks to a new info that has surfaced online, the buzz surrounding Tokyo Ghoul anime getting the Brotherhood treatment has reached an all time high.

This buzz was fuelled by a tweet put out by Manga Mogura mentioning that a new 10th anniversary web domain was registered under the series.

While there has been no official confirmation from the studio regarding the anime project, fans are already speculating on the possibility of a Tokyo Ghoul revival anime, with many expressing their desire for a Brotherhood treatment that would faithfully adapt the source manga.

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Some fans argue that a complete reboot might be too soon, considering the last anime season aired in 2018.

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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.

Source: Twitter

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