First sequel movieChi no Halloween -Unmei- (Bloody Halloween -Fate-) opens Friday, while the second movie Chi no Halloween -Kessen- (Bloody Halloween -Decisive Battle-) will be released in June .
Takumi Kitamura will return as Takemichi Hanagaki in the sequel film. Other returning cast members include Ryō Yoshizawa as Mikey and Yuki Yamada as Draken. Director Tsutomu Hanabusa and producer Shota Okada will also return . Kento Nagayama joins the cast as Keisuke Baji, while Nijirō Murakami Also joined as Kazutora Hanemiya and Mahiro Takasugi as Chifuyu Matsuno. Taketo Tanaka plays Chome. SUPER BEAVER performs the theme song “Gradation” for the first film (as heard in the above trailer), while the band also plays the theme song “Hakanakunai” (not just short) for the second film.
The first Japanese movie will be released in July 2017 and is 2017 Japan’s #1 Live Action Movie. Crunchyroll is showing this movie worldwide, excluding Asia, Spain and Latin America.
Wakui released the manga in March , and ending the manga in November , although is being serialized Extra
A spin-off manga about the founder of the Tokyo Manji Gang.
Kodansha USA Publishing Yes Publish the manga in English, it describes the story:
Watching the news, Takemichi Hanagaki learned His middle school girlfriend Tachibana Hinata passed away. His only girlfriend has just been killed by a gang of thugs called the Tokyo Manji Gang. He lives in a shabby apartment with thin walls and is treated like an idiot by his boss, who is six years his junior. What’s more, he was still a virgin… At the peak of his life, he suddenly traveled twelve years back to his middle school days! ! In order to save Hinata and change his life on the run, desperate Budo must aim for the top of Kanto’s most sinister criminal gang! !
TV anime based on manga premieres in April 367. Crunchyroll played the anime when it aired in Japan. The arc of the anime premiered on January 7th. The Tengu arc of the manga will also have an upcoming anime.
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