Anime Fans Want MAPPA or Ufotable to do a Tokyo Ghoul Remake
You can't help but wish for one.
Tokyo Ghoul is one of the most popular manga written and illustrated by Sui Ishida. The series features a fantastic story with several powerful characters. But sadly, the manga’s anime adaptation from Pierrot didn’t stand up to the manga’s remarkable quality. So, fans demand some other animation studios to remake the anime series.
Like Jujutsu Kaisen and Attack on Titan, Tokyo Ghoul manga features several gruesome and violent fight scenes. In short, the art style in the manga is breathtaking yet brutal at the same time.
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When Pierrot premiered the anime back in 2014, everyone was excited to experience the story in animated form. However, the Tokyo Ghoul fandom felt nothing but disappointment after watching the anime.
Of course, Tokyo Ghoul was a decent anime TV show for fans who didn’t read the manga. But manga fans instantly knew that the anime didn’t even come close to what manga had to offer. So, it’s no wonder that several fans went on to Twitter to express their disappointment over the Tokyo Ghoul anime adaptation.
Tokyo Ghoul Fans Want MAPPA or Ufotable to do the Remake
Right now, everyone in the anime community is only talking about Attack on Titan’s Final Season and Demon Slayer Season 2. MAPPA surprised everyone by giving us a stunning animation in AOT Season 4 Part 2. And the animation studio was working on the final season the same year when it released Jujutsu Kaisen 0 movie in Japan.
On the other hand, Ufotable surpassed everyone’s expectations by giving us god-level animation in the Entertainment District Arc. And after watching the latest episode of Aot and Demon Slayer, fans can’t stop but wonder what if either one of these studios picks up Tokyo Ghoul.
Of course, it’s important to note that there’s no official word or even a rumor around Tokyo Ghoul Remake. But once you get familiar with Sui Ishida’s manga and compare it with the anime adaptation we’ve got, you can’t help but wish for one.