Focussing on Anime
With the global demand for quality anime doubling in the past two years, Disney plans to focus on Anime as premium content. As a result, Disney has revived their previous partnership with the Japanese publishing firm Kodansha.
An active collaboration between the two will help create a strong backup of anime stories. In addition, focusing on Asian content may also help Disney to stay ahead of its competitors.
Ken Wakul’s Manga, which appeared in the Shonen magazine, forms the Tokyo Revengers’ storyline. With a new enemy entering, will the sibling’s problems become complicated? Everyone is looking forward to Season 2.
- What is Japanese Anime?
In Japan, hand–drawn and computer-generated animation is known as Anime. The medium enjoys widespread popularity and success, and several international animation films have been distributed in Japan with subtitles. In addition, Japan has a significant share of all animation shows produced globally for television.
- Will the Tokyo Revengers Season 2 be a continuation of Season 1?
For fans of the Tokyo Revengers series, season 2 will continue the story from where the first season ended. In a new twist, however, the new season is expected to introduce another enemy (Black Dragons) for the Manji Gang.
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