Revenger Episode 6 UPDATED
This week's episode treats us to an incremental advancement of the plot and stakes of Revenger, yet despite the lower ebb, it effectively sets up greater events to come in the back half of the series.
Revenger Episode 6
The actual fighting in this episode takes a backseat to the revelation of the opium stash. Kurima is captured and there's a bit of a struggle to free him, though it's nothing worth noting. The best bit by far is Nio cutting the ties for the gang's boats and letting them float out to sea to cause a diversion. It's a terrifically creative approach to the situation at hand.
Tokyo Revengers: Season 2 is set to have 13 episodes, according to a leak. An episode is expected to come out every Sunday or Monday, depending on your timezone. The release dates below are for Europe and America.
With episode 5 ending on a bittersweet note, Tokyo Revengers season 2 episode 6 will begin the battle on Christmas night. Takemichi, Chifuyu, Kisaki, and Hanma are set to go up against Taiju. As such, it remains to be seen whether or not Takemichi can dissuade Hakkai and the other three can take down Taiju.
According to the official website, Tokyo Revengers season 2 episode 6 will be released at different times on different channels. While the episode will air on MBS at 2.08 am JST, the simulcasting will begin about an hour later. Viewers can stream the episode at the following international times:
Tokyo Revengers season 2 episode 5 saw Kisaki offering to team up with Takemichi and Chifuyu to take down Taiju and stop Hakkai. Although Chifuyu was strictly against it, Takemichi agreed to cooperate due to a lack of viable options. He later learned from Hina that during sixth grade, she and Kisaki used to go to the same cram school. One day, on the way home, they were accosted by bullies when Takemichi arrived and saved Hina, even though he was beaten up for it.
In such an eventful episode, it felt like the tension wasn't managed good enough and had a good amount of forgettable scenes in the first 10 minute of the episode. Titled Whip up morale, tells the story of Takemichi's poor attempt to stop Hakkai from killing his brother Taiju. Trying to reshape the future he allied with his worst enemy, Kisaki, broke up with the love of his life, Hina, and soon enough he will realize how mistake he was.
Probably one of the worsts aspects of the episode, a flashback to Chifuyu beating up a group of ToMan. Unclear the motive he had to fight with them, followed by Baji interrupting and another scene that could be a perfect replica of any other scene between the two. Baji asking Chifuyu to trust and follow him if he can't get along with the others. All to say that Chifuyu will give Takemichi Baji's sash.
Takemichi realizes that it was Yuzuha who killed Taiju in the original timeline. The only thing he changed with his presence was that she missed a vital point. Taiju hits Yuzuha and sends her flying. He starts crying as he wonders why God sends all this trouble his way, even to the point that he has to kill his sister. The episode ends without closing any of the plot lines. Nothing is said about Kokonoi, Hakkai's secret or what will happen with the Shiba family.
The anime is directed by Masaya Fujimori and written by Gen Urobuchi of Nitroplus and Renji Ōki, with Jun Futamata composing the music. Jiro Suzuki and Yuushi provided the original character designs, and Yuji Hosogoe is adapting the designs for animation while also serving as chief animation director along with Yuki Nishioka and Emiko Endo. It aired from January 5 to March 23, 2023, on Tokyo MX and other channels. Crunchyroll licensed the series. However, the English dub of episode 3 was delayed due to inclement weather delays in the Dallas area where the series is dubbed.
Anime Feminist and Anime News Network reviewed the series' premiere with both noting it uses several tropes which Gen Urobuchi is known for. While the setting was found interesting for mixing Oriental and Occidental content in a hystorical Japan, the lack of female characters was criticized especially due to the suicide of Kurima's fiancee at the end of first episode. Nevertheless, the character designs and animation were praised, fitting especially for the action scene.
The plot will focus on Takemichi, Chifuyu, Kisaki Tetta and Hanma Shuji trying to defeat Taiju by cornering him at the church. Whether everything goes according to the plan or not we will find out in the next episode.
In the next episode, we will most likely see Hanagaki Takemichi, Chifuyu, Kisaki Tetta and Hanma Shuji. We will also see Shiba Hakkai, Shiba Yuzuha and Shiba Taiju. Other members of the Black Dragon and the Tokyo Maji Gang will also make appearances.
Zamu RevengerDataCategoryRobotHeight56 mWeight52,000 tHome WorldPlanet EarthAffiliationAlien Zamu (Creator)Alien Zamu (second)First AppearanceUltraman Neos episode 6 "Revenge of Alien Zamu"Latest AppearanceNoneZamu Revenger (ザムリベンジャー Zamu Ribenjā) is a robot made by Alien Zamu and constructed in the image of its creators. The machine appears in Ultraman Neos, episode 6.
Tokyo Revengers season 2 episode 6 will air first on domestic networks in Japan in the early hours of Sunday, February 12 at 2:08 AM; dropping on Saturday, February 11 for the majority of international fans.
The episode begins with Blair and Chuck at a party, where they play a game of transferring an orange from neck to another. Blair takes it from Chuck, and is then forced to be neck to neck with Bart. He whispers to her that any day now she can wake up dead if she isn't careful, and Blair cries to leave her alone. She suddenly wakes up, revealing it was a dream. Meanwhile, Dan is apartment searching with Georgina, using money from his recent movie deal, when he finds the perfect one. He tells the realtor that he'll take it, but she tells him that the co-op for the building is strict and he'll need a good reference to get in. At The Empire, Chuck is on the phone with Lily; frustrated that she couldn't remember more from the microfilms, and that the information is useless without the pin numbers. He thanks her anyway, then Blair arrives. She notices an article on the party in Bart's honor that is being held that night, and mentions to Chuck that it's too and they couldn't find the evidence because the party would be the perfect place to reveal his crimes. She suddenly has the idea to bluff a confession out of Bart; but Chuck is skeptical, as he doesn't want to hurt Lily. She asks what would Bart do if he didn't think Lily did it. Outside, Nate is walking with Sage before meeting with Bart. She notices he's very nervous, and tells him Bart might grow tired of the meetings. Nate doesn't believe that, but kisses her anyway.
Hakkai is the biggest surprise just as soon as you enter the world of Tokyo Revengers' episode 6. He has revenge on his mind, which is not surprising, given how Taiju is. How things play out, though, will be interesting.
In this episode we start with what Anime world each Degen would want to live in! We then jump into a first look at Spring 2023's Revenger (not to be confused with Tokyo Revengers), and then the Weekly Rundown with My Hero Academia episode 136 and Buddy Daddies episode 9 041b061a72