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As Yamori continues to brutally torture Kaneki, Rize once again appears to him, and the two of them explore Kaneki's childhood and relationship with his mother. Kaneki is forced to make a choice that has a profound impact on him.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Tokyo Ghoul from 500 votes.
The battle between CCG and Anteiku continues, and Koma, Irimi, and Yoshimura each engage the special investigators. When a civilian gets caught in the middle, Hachikawa continues to press his attack unabated. Shinohara receives some unexpected advice.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Tokyo Ghoul from 293 votes.
Eto arrives on the rooftop, spurring Kanae to attack Haise, who must also reason with Kaneki. With the other squad members on the ropes, Shirazu goes all-out to stop Noro. Kanae and Tsukiyama reach an understanding.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Tokyo Ghoul from 139 votes.
Suzuya is left to face the newly-arrived one-eyed Owl on his own. Aogiri Tree joins the battle against CCG, who find themselves overwhelmed by the sheer number of opponents. Meanwhile, Kaneki confronts Amon, who stands in his way to Anteiku.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Tokyo Ghoul from 292 votes.
When Touka falls ill, Kaneki pays her a visit that has unexpected consequences. Meanwhile, as Nishiki is still recovering from his run-in with Kaneki, he is nearly preyed upon by other ghouls.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Tokyo Ghoul from 467 votes.
Kaneki is held captive by Yamori, who practices his torturous craft on him. The police and CCG move in to deal with Aogiri Tree, who have made an 11th Ward shopping mall their headquarters. In all the commotion, the Anteiku team tries to rescue Kaneki.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Tokyo Ghoul from 401 votes.
Touka sets out to lure the ghoul investigators, but before she can strike, she finds that Hinami has run away. When Touka and Kaneki go out looking for her, they find themselves face to face with Amon and Mado, who has a few surprises of their own.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Tokyo Ghoul from 425 votes.
Takizawa continues his offensive against Haise on the main stage. Shirazu tries to get Saiko to help him subdue Nutcracker in the monitor room. Urie pursues Big Madam, and feels the effects of his increased Frame level.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Tokyo Ghoul from 149 votes.
Yoshitoki is granted permission to execute the operation to eradicate the Owl. The many CCG officers involved in the mission take time beforehand to write any last words they might have, as the 20th Ward is cordoned off and its civilians evacuated.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Tokyo Ghoul from 271 votes.
Amid news reports of "Ghoul" attacks nearby, ordinary college student, Ken Kaneki, encounters Rize — a girl who is an avid reader like him, at the café he frequents. Little does he realize that his fate will change overnight.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Tokyo Ghoul from 670 votes.
Last updated: apr 25, 2021
So... the show got it's second season. Was it worth it? Totally not. It turned to utter trash (from an already messy adaptation). S2 further diverts from the actual story it adapts (not that I've read it nor do I want to) but it's all with the supposed consent and input of the author - which is cool.. if it made any sense. They throw in so many characters we're supposed to give a shit only to involve them in things we know jack about. The show does in no way stand on it's own feet. Heck, the MC by this point is even harder to grasp. How great is it to have edgy fights with boring choreography and constant spasm of god awful animation! I'm floored how some people seriously liked the season. The only slightly redeeming thing was the anticlimactic last episode but it's by no means good. Downgraded my overall rating from a "5" to a "4" (S2 is a 2/10).
Tokyo Ghoul is one hell of a disappointing adaptation and thus fits in perfectly in the season... Who ever did the planning on this failed miserably leaving the anime rather flawed. Without having read the manga we apparently get like 70+ chapters in just 12 episodes but it isn't just that - the arcs are not in order. As a result the characterizations are suffering and I can't say the story had a good flow. They pretty much picked out the action and went with that. Only in the last episode we got to see some of the inner workings but it's not like that cleared anything up. Just like the manga this week the anime ended on a cliffhanger although that is still better than trying to do an original end. The story seems to have some interesting ideas but with the manga now having no clear outcome either you can't even say "read the manga"... Production wise the show was alright although suffering from ever present censorship of the gore or even leaving out certain mutilations. With the uncertain future of TG's story I would not recommend checking it out.
_I don't read manga much. So, most of my anime reviews are purely based on the animated adaptation._ Being one of the more popular anime in recent years. It uses this popularity to embrace the fact that, while possibly not adapting from the manga completely. The show manages to find its footing and has a level head through the first season. So for me, the first season is the best and is actually really good. Delving into the concept of change and perspective. It's very interesting how the show develops the audience's understanding of this world. How evil and good aren't defined by what you are, but how you are treated. Obviously being a metaphor for racism in the most extreme way. But it works well. Driving the point home with this great ensemble of characters that you grow to love and hate. Really having a sense of character focus rather than an overall world perspective, keeps it grounded and alive while watching. While it does suffer from the normal anime tropes sometimes, it still feels original in a way and deserves the praise it gets. The second season I know deviates from the manga almost entirely. But going from season 1 to this isn't jarring at all if you just watch the anime. It fits and feels the same. However, it loses that grounded feeling once it begins to explore the overpowered aspects of ghouls. It lost me a bit, but still found it's home with still focussing on these characters we've been introduced to before. Serving as a gateway to a final arc to the story, it holds the series up even through all its shortcomings. As I found the ending satisfying in of itself. The third and I presume to be final season started off interesting and likeable. But when Part 2 came around, I basically lost interest and so did the show it seems. Ditching characters that were just there for filler and having no real impact on the protagonist during Part 1. As it reintroduces the other cast we knew and loved. They seemed sour and undeeded in the end. As Ken's transformations I felt were very rushed and held no weight. Making him feel more like a sideshow rather than a leading character in a show. A true disconnect was not felt at Part 1, but actually at Part 2 surprisingly. Ken hasn't seemed to learn from his mistakes, even though that's what the overlining arc was? It just didn't make sense at all and felt so uninspired. A true let down for the series. But, it did have its ups. The animation, while not as stylised and fluid as season 1, still looked damn good. This season went on for too long and tried to build up something that never came to be. It rushes into things that were never seeded. As a result, it has an unsatisfactory viewing experience. Not worth the 3-year wait. **Season 1** _Tokyo Ghoul_ **- 8/10** **Season 2** _Tokyo Ghoul √A_ **- 6.5/10** **Season 3** _Tokyo Ghoul:re Part 1 + Part 2_ **- 4.5/10** _**Overall - 6.3/10**_
Well, the third season is very boring compared to the 1 and 2.
Never read the manga for this, but WOW!! Cannot believe the stuff that goes down in season one. Shocking moments, heart wrenching scenes, and so much ghoulish awesomeness. In love with this anime atm. Why have I not heard of this one before? Glad I happened to come across it.
1st season, cool i like it. 2nd season, ok alright, not that bad... 3rd season, What the f is happening, what am i watching right now? what happened??! 4th season, oh, ok i see.. well, that's pretty boring to be honest.. (also a lot of the supposedly diseased characters came back to life for some reason that was never explained.. omg i have so many questions at this point, but don't really care about the answers ) Very disappointed :/
last season read from manga cause there is like 10eps from the manga they didnt make
Keep hoping that the show will get better, but so far it seems to be more confusing and annoying more and more with every episode .... wish it stayed like season 1........ its frustrating
I wonder how much they are going to change the season 3 from the manga, Ireally hope they are similar cause the manga is really good!
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Don’t know about you, but since the lockdown, I have had more free time than ever. Maybe it’s because we did not actually realize how much time we were wasting. So the other day, whilst I was pouring myself a glass of wine, I remembered how much I love and missed genre “Fantasy”. It was my favorite genre since growing up, maybe because I was too much into Avatar, but yeah I miss it. So today let’s talk about best fantasy TV shows.
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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