Masks at the ready, TOKYO GHOUL fans! According to Manga Mag Japon, Weekly Young Jump will be making a major announcement on the highly rated series in just a few weeks. The tweets, which appeared early Monday morning, hint at a few possible developments, such as the end of the current manga series, TOKYO GHOUL:RE, the announcement of a third manga series, or a third anime season. The announcement will take place on October 12, 2017. You can check out the tweets below:

Image: Manga Mag Japon

While the TOKYO GHOUL manga has been going strong with 14 volumes currently available, the anime series has been on hiatus since the end of TOKYO GHOUL √A in 2015. Responses by French fans to the tweets above speculate that the announcement does have to do with the end of TOKYO GHOUL:RE. Regardless of context, this announcement definitely has every TOKYO GHOUL fan on their toes. Whether it’s a 3rd manga or anime season, I’m sure a lot of us are glad to have something new happening with the series. We’ll just have to wait patiently until October 12 to find out!

TOKYO GHOUL Live-Action: Redefining Live-Action Anime

Tis the season of Ghouls

This October is already a huge month for the TOKYO GHOUL series. The live-action film produced by Shochiku is scheduled to be released in select U.S. theaters from October 16 to 21. The film stars Masataka Kubota as the manga’s titular character, Ken Kaneki, and also features Fumika Shimizu (KAMEN RIDER FOURZE), Yu Aoi (HONEY AND CLOVER), and Yo Oizumi (KAKEKOMI). The film is already being hailed as one of the best live-action adaptations of all time.

Written by Sui Ishida, TOKYO GHOUL is one of Japan’s best-selling manga serializations by Weekly Young Jump. The story takes place in an alternate-world where flesh-eating creatures known as ghouls are at the top of the food chain. Ken Kaneki, the story’s main character, is a quiet college student in Tokyo. He’s a simple person who loves to read and hang out with his best friend Hideyoshi. But a dinner date with the mysterious Rize leaves Ken Kaneki fighting for his life. Doctors implant ghoul organs to keep him alive, but at what cost? Now with a taste for human flesh, Ken struggles to maintain his humanity.  All the while, a government agency known as the Commission of Counter Ghoul lurks in the distance.

TOKYO GHOUL and TOKYO GHOUL √A are currently available for streaming on Hulu and Funimation.

Featured image from Funimation.

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