Tokyo Revengers manga has finally ended with the best and most wholesome note ever.
Takemichi and Mikey have saved everyone, prevented all that could’ve gone wrong, and disbanded the Toman to eradicate delinquent culture.
In chapter 277, we saw a wedding taking place and guessed Takemichi was the groom, which was proven right in the finale.
Tokyo Revengers manga ended with Takemichi and Hina’s much-awaited wedding with all the characters in attendance. The final chapter 278 was serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine issue 51, and volume 31 will be out on January 17, 2023.
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The finale starts with Takemichi getting ready for the wedding with Mikey in the room, acknowledging how the pair’s reckless days are over. This conversation signifies how the two have come a long way, and it’s time to grow up and settle down.
Chifuyu enters the scene and, one by one, starts telling what everyone is doing now. Mikey is a professional moto racer, Draken is a mechanic for Mikey’s team, and Kisaki and Kokonoi are the team’s sponsors.
Others have followed their own paths, are doing what they love, and are happy with their lives. Chifuyu notes how everyone is at the height of their happiness, but Takemichi is the only one who doesn’t take this joy for granted.
Chifuyu recalls how much Takemichi has suffered but never let the failures bring him down. He goes on to bawl his eyes out when Takemichi and Hina kiss, as the crybaby hero has finally achieved his dream too.
All we hope now is that Ken Wakui will let it be that way and work on something new and unrelated.
Although, that’s impossible, as Wakui has already started working on spinoffs and more. The mangaka is bent on milking out the story as much as he can, much to his fans’ chagrin.
Honestly, messing up a perfect ending where everyone is happy and alive will only piss off fans, so I’m totally against a sequel. The good thing is that we’re not getting a sequel anyway, as Wakui has disclosed his plans for a prequel spinoff and a special arc.
This happy ending is everything that fans have been longing for a long time. Takemichi saving Hina, Baji, Draken, Mikey, and everyone else is like a dream come true.
The finale makes up for all those imperfect and awful plot points that Wakui gave us. All that’s left is the new anime, and I hope they tweak it up for a better story.
About Tokyo Revengers
Tokyo Revengers is a manga written and illustrated by Ken Wakui. It began serialization in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine on March 1, 2017. It is an ongoing manga that received its 17th compiled book volume on May 15.
The story revolves around Takemichi Hanagaki, who learned that Tokyo Manji Gang had killed his only ex-girlfriend from back in middle school. After learning about the incident, Takemichi was pushed from the railway platform.
Landing on the tracks, he closed his eyes, accepting his death, but when he opened his eyes, he had time-leapt 12 years into the past.
Source: Tokyo Revengers Chapter 278