'Tokyo Ghoul' Season 3 News: Final Release Date Coming, Kaneki To Be New One-Eyed King? [VIDEO]

The official release date of Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 has not been confirmed by Studio Pierrot as of writing, but the production of the anime is all but confirmed. With the manga, Tokyo Ghoul:re, covering a good number of plot points over the years, the third season of Tokyo Ghoul would almost certainly be epic.

Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 Release Date

While the actual release date for Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 is unknown at this point, it is safe to assume that the new installment of the anime will probably start airing sometime after the live-action Tokyo Ghoul movie gets released. Thus, there is a pretty good chance that Tokyo Ghoul Season 3 would start airing either late 2017 or early 2018.

Ken Kaneki's Insane Journey

With the third season of the Tokyo Ghoul anime probably going to be rooted to the manga, the events of the new series would focus on the plot of Tokyo Ghoul:re, the ongoing manga adaptation of the series. What is particularly interesting is the fact that Ken Kaneki's character development in Tokyo Ghoul:re is downright insane.

From being a hopeless inmate with severe mental issues to the becoming the protégé of the man who almost killed him, Kaneki's journey back into the battle between ghouls and humans is something that Tokyo Ghoul fans should definitely look forward to.

Kaneki as the One-Eyed King

One of the most recent issues of the Tokyo Ghoul:re manga involves Kaneki taking the title of the most formidable ghoul in the land, the One-Eyed King. In the anime adaptations of Tokyo Ghoul so far, the One-Eyed King has been portrayed as arguably the most daunting ghoul in the entire franchise. Capable of brutalizing masses of men in seconds, the One-Eyed King is a title associated with death and destruction.

While the manga does not seem to be approaching its final arc, there is a good chance that the third season of Tokyo Ghoul, which would probably run for another 12 episodes, would end with Kaneki declaring himself as the One-Eyed King. If this does happen, Tokyo Ghoul would most likely become one of the most successful anime released in recent years. 

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