Kakucho vs. Mikey and Senju vs. South appear in Tokyo Revengers Chapter 232, which begins with Kakucho punching Mikey’s face in the face. After annihilating the men in front of him, Kakuchou confronted Mikey. Mikey was unlikely to avoid Kakucho’s blows. The conflict between the three deities has been the centerpiece of Tokyo Revengers. In the current episode of Tokyo Revengers, Kakucho finds Mikey not showing him a fight and asks him not to hold back. Mikey took two hits without moving and remained standing.
Kakucho is annoyed that Mikey came there and didn’t even fight, and that he shouldn’t have come. BRAHMAN, Rokuhara, and members of the Kantou Manji gang lie unconscious on the ground. Kakucho is puzzled as to why Mikey took these blows and didn’t respond. He wonders if he is not fighting a ghost. After discovering that he lost Ken-chin, Mikey grabs his chest and exclaims, “It’s empty” (Draken). He understands that the darkness is devouring him and that he has suffered a lot. When Kakucho observes something, he realizes that Mikey is upset.
Takemichi is behind Senju, watching him as he punishes South, but South pretends nothing has happened. He congratulates her and calls her Kawaragi Senju for the first time, and feels something similar for the first time. South hits her, but misses, as he believes that a new rhythm has awakened in his body. He thinks he’s having a good time. South tells Senju, who hits him, that he wants this rhythm to continue. Senju jumps up and gives South a powerful kick to the face, but South’s follow-up misses the mark. “Blood-Chilling” is the title of this chapter. Read on to learn more about Tokyo Revengers Chapter 232: release date, spoilers, and where to read the manga online.
Tokyo Revengers Chapter 231 Summary
Senju hits South’s shin again and it bleeds. South, on the other hand, is enraged and knocks her unconscious in one fell swoop. After slipping, he falls close to Takemichi and stops behind him. Takemichi realizes that Senju is injured and wonders why the monster attacked with such a powerful blow that it knocked Senju down. To the south, travel to Senju and watch Takemichi on his way. He grabs Takemichi like a piece of paper and orders him to get out of his way. South thinks he’s on another level when he hits Takemichi, and his victory is guaranteed.
But Takemichi had a vision in which South was knocked unconscious and had blood on his face. Takemichi also imagined himself attempting to awaken the South, as it appeared that he had perished from severe attacks. He looked into her eyes and saw white, confirming that the South is no longer alive. In the present, Takemichi wonders what that vision was and who will assassinate South after such a beating. South addresses Senju while avoiding Takemichi, who thinks he saw South dead, but can’t believe a monster like South is gone.
South is surprised to find Kakucho sprawled on the ground, his face bleeding and bones broken, as he makes his way. South recognizes Mikey as the one who fought Kakucho when he walks past him. Takemichi wonders if the vision is about Mikey and South, and realizes that South died in the vision, which means that Mikey is going to beat South and die. Mikey is furious that South orders his men to assassinate Takemichi, but they also assassinate his best friend Draken. Senju gets up, but falls behind Takemichi.
Tokyo Revengers chapter 232 release date
The Tokyo Revengers manga has been on the rise recently, and the fan base has grown rapidly since the anime adaptation was released. According to reports from Tokyo Revengers, the most recent launch program, New Chapter: Tokyo Revengers, Chapter 232, will be released on November 24, 2021. It is also possible that the chapter will be released earlier than planned, so fans they should keep an eye on this.
Where can I read Tokyo Revengers Chapter 232?
The official licensee for Tokyo Revengers Chapter 232 is Kodanshacomics, and fans can purchase the individual volumes by visiting their official websites. They can also visit other private websites to keep up to date with the latest chapters. We will continue to publish articles about Tokyo Revengers. Keep an eye on us until then.
More information about Tokyo Revengers
Ken Wakui is the author and illustrator of the Japanese manga series Tokyo Revengers. Since March 2017, she has appeared serially in Kodansha’s Weekly Shnen magazine. Liden Films’ animated television series adaptation began in April 2021. In July 2021, a live-action film adaptation will premiere in Japan.
Takemichi Hanagaki was in his second year of high school when he was happiest. He was well liked, had a great social network and even had a girlfriend. However, that was twelve years ago. Today it is nothing, a ruinous nullity that children laugh at and that must regularly apologize to its young boss. To make matters worse, a shocking article about the Tokyo Manji gang that brutally murdered their only love and younger brother adds insult to injury. Takemichi is transported on the same day, twelve years ago, while he’s still dating Hinata Tachibana, just half a second before a train ends its miserable existence forever.
Takemichi meets Hinata’s younger brother after being forced to recreate the day his downward spiral began. Acknowledge his apparent death without thinking before turning to the past. Takemichi begs him to protect his sister before returning to the future. Surprisingly, he is still alive. Stranger still, the future has changed. Takemichi seems to be able to turn the tide of time. Takemichi plans to fly back in time and change history to save his tragic ex-girlfriend from the Tokyo Manji Gang.