Tokyo Revengers Chapter 236 will reveal how the main protagonist of the series, Takemichi Hanagaki, handles the situation after being hospitalized. The fight between the three deities has been concluded with the casualties of both sides. Apart from the death of Draken, the gang war also takes South Terano’s life, who is the leader of the Rokuhara Tandai.
As a result of the gang war, Takemichi was hospitalized, and his friends visited him. The previous few chapters also show how one of Takemichi’s friends blames him for Draken’s death. While some of this may be true, Takemichi didn’t want it to happen as he considers Draken a close friend.
Now that Hanagaki is recovering, and after his friends visited him in the hospital, he vows to not get involved and protect every one of them. The former members of the Tokyo Manji Gang also offered their hands to help Takemichi, but he declined. While he declined his friend’s offer, Takemichi is determined to fight Mikey alone.
But how will Takemichi handle Mikey? Who will be aiding him this time, as Senju has already disbanded Brahman? Let’s find out in the next chapter of the Tokyo Revengers manga.
What happened in Tokyo Revengers Chapter 235?
Tokyo Revengers Chapter 235 took place a week after the War of the Three Deities. Takemichi’s friends, as well as the former members of the Tokyo Manji Gang, visited Takemichi, who is still in the hospital. The former gang members apologized to Takemichi, as they didn’t know anything and they only learned about it after Draken’s death. The former third-division vice-captain of Toman told Takemichi that he could count on them if he needed some help. But Takemichi only thanked them and said that everything was fine. It turns out that Takemichi didn’t have any plans to get them involved.
As the group bids farewell to Takemichi, his girlfriend arrives. Hinata told Takemichi how his friends worried about him. With what happened after his return from the future, Takemichi decides to settle things all by himself to protect everyone. Hinata seems to see what’s behind Takemichi’s smile and extends her arms to hug him. Hinata also told Takemichi that it’s okay to cry, which Takemichi did.
When is the Tokyo Revengers Chapter 236 release date?
Tokyo Revengers Chapter 236 is slated for release on January 4, 2022, in Shonen Weekly Magazine by Kodansha. The digital scan of the manga with English translations is also available from several sources, such as Mangamo, Inkypen, Comixology Unlimited, Inkr, and more.
Where to read the Tokyo Revengers Chapter 236 spoilers?
The spoilers for the Tokyo Revengers manga are usually leaked two to three days before the scheduled release. These spoilers are found on social media platforms such as Twitter and Reddit. Once we get the official Tokyo Revengers Chapter 236 spoilers, we will be updating this post as soon as possible. You can also follow us on our social media accounts to get the latest updates on this manga series.
Where to read the official Tokyo Revengers Chapter 236?
You can read the upcoming Tokyo Revengers Chapter 236 as well as the previously released manga chapters on Mangamo and Inkypen. Kodansha has also listed the websites where you can find all the chapters of Ken Wakui’s manga series. Follow this link to visit the official website of Kodansha.
More About Tokyo Revengers
Takemichi Hanagaki learns from the news that his middle school girlfriend, Hinata Tachibana, has died. The only girlfriend he’d ever had was murdered by the Tokyo Manji Gang, a nefarious organization. He lives in a run-down apartment with thin walls, and his six-years-younger boss treats him as if he’s a moron. Furthermore, he is a complete and total virgin. He suddenly time-travels twelve years back to his middle school days, at the pinnacle of his rock-bottom life! Takemichi, a hopeless part-timer, must aim for the top of Kanto’s most sinister delinquent gang in order to save Hinata and change the life he spent running away!
Tokyo Revengers was written by Ken Wakui. Since its serialization in March 2017, the manga series has already managed to garner a total of 22 volumes. Tokyo Revengers is being distributed by Kodansha and part of the Weekly Shonen Magazine. An anime adaptation of the series was also started airing in April 2021 as part of the Spring 2021 anime lineup.