Two years after the raid on Anteiku, the CCG selects Haise Sasaki to lead an unruly team of humans infused with ghoul powers. Known as the Quinx Squad, they’ll walk the line between humans and ghouls to rid the world of its most daunting threat.
Own it 5/28: funi.to/2Cye7GK Two years after the raid on Anteiku, Ken Kaneki lives a steady life as an officer in the CCG. His memories wiped, he clings to ...
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For a second I thought they were gunna redo it. What a shame they're not
When anger use your energy to do something productive.
Good anime my opinion and I love the manga. Adaptation was far from faithful but I watch the show as an anime and don't compare it. Hopefully reboot by a different company
The fact Touka & Kaneki got married & had a kid just ruined it for me. This anime was like super rushed at the end but I got to admit it this anime was fire at one point, now it’s like eh..
I’m going to get it just because I liked the first two seasons
I love Tokyo ghoul it is the best thing ever
The official title for the Academy Award for Best Actor is "Best Actor Not Named Chuck Norris."
Tokyo Ghoul needs a reboot. This is trash. You might as well just read the manga.
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