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Tokyo Ghoul:re, Vol. 1

( 東京喰種:re / Tokyo Ghoul:re #1)

4.33  ·  Rating details ·  5,577 ratings  ·  255 reviews
In the world of Tokyo Ghoul, sometimes the only way to fight monsters is to become one…

The Commission of Counter Ghoul is the only organization fighting the Ghoul menace, and they will use every tool at their disposal to protect humanity from its ultimate predator. Their newest weapon in this hidden war is an experimental procedure that implants human investigators with a
Paperback, 216 pages
Published October 17th 2017 by VIZ Media LLC (first published July 18th 2014)
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ReadingFrog VIZ Media is releasing the first volume in English on October 17, 2017. Here's the listing for it on GR and here's the listing for it on Amazon.…moreVIZ Media is releasing the first volume in English on October 17, 2017. Here's the listing for it on GR and here's the listing for it on Amazon.(less)

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Jan 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga
sui ishida continuing to break hearts across the globe
Dec 14, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Loved all the new characters and nearly cried because of the old ones. So damn perfect. Can't wait to read the second volume!
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In the sequel series to Tokyo Ghoul, Haise Sasaki has been tasked with teaching his special squad of half-ghouls how to be outstanding Investigators, but this is complicated by the troublesome personalities of his subordinates and his own uncertain grasp of his Ghoul powers. Will he and the members of his squad become heroes or monsters, taken out by the other squads in the Commission of Counter Ghoul...?!

I think I thoug
Jan 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
everyday i think to myself where would i be without this series
May 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga
I finally started reading it and I think I should have been prepared for this emotional trainwreck.
The new characters are okay, but I like Urie the most.
Ishida how dare you play with our feelings again? Arghhhh
Just when i started missing the old characters well they started appearing and I do not think I am ready for what's about to come.
I want my Kaneki kun back....
May 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-manga
Completed Series Rating
⭐️5 stars⭐️
Victoria ♡
Jun 27, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-manga
Honestly this was pretty confusing but I get it's gonna explain as it goes on...I'm just glad to be reading this finally!
How I miss him!!! *fangirling*
Okay, so we have a new series, Haise Sasaki being a protagonist ( a.k.a. Kaneki - come on! Everyone knows he is alive. ) The first 2-3 chapters were such a bore. But the story progressed and now we have really interesting new characters as well as the old ones.

Haise Sasaki is...basically Kaneki. LOL He is nice, clever, kind and hard-working guy. He has forgotten about his old life, he thinks Arima is his father ( I still hate him!!!) and Akira is his mother (she is
Marsha Lau
Dec 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Reading this certainly made me relieved. I wouldn't know what to do if Kaneki had actually died. But it makes me sad that he doesn't remember anything about being "Kaneki" or anybody at Anteiku... Toukyou Kushu is definitely a heartbreaking story; a very good one too. However, one thing I am relieved about is that even though Sasaki is kind and cares for his teammates, he can also be pushy if needed; this is part of Kaneki I loved. One thing I am intrigued about, is the fact that he calls Kishou ...more
Vishakha ~ ReadingSpren ~
Review till Volume 7

Ken Kaneki has been a character very close to my heart. For me he goes to the same school of epic and endearing fictitious people as, say, Harry Potter or Frodo. A lot of people find goody-two shoes characters boring and one-dimensional and I am no exception, most of the times. A lot of people will also say that Kaneki's bouts of self-pity are pathetic and that they are a sign of weakness and cowardice. Not to me, though. Kaneki has always been endearing to me. He was always
Nicay (dearnicay)
Full review to come!
Rusty Grey
I liked this kinda more than Tokyo Ghoul . Probably because it had a concrete ending . The plot is a bit complex and there is gore , as always . The Tokyo Ghoul series is nice for a one time read.
Apr 01, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Well, first of all, the art is simply GORGEOUS. What an improvement since the beginning of the series! Second, I’m loving these new characters, new personalities 🌚 and am so HAPPY that the old faves are there as well! Overall, beyond promising 👏🏼👀
James DeSantis
This is the first Tokyo Ghoul volume I didn't like all that much.

So things have changed. Out Ken is not who he once was. Now joining up with the doves he has his own team of people wiping out Ghouls. However, deep inside his brain he still has the demon we all know and love. ON top of that we're introduced to almost all new characters, a new squad sent out to take out ghouls while being part ghoul. Interesting idea but...

Good: I like the stuff with Ken actually. As weird as it is, it leads up t
I was supposed to read 'Tokyo Ghoul ' i don't know how nor why i found myself reading this one .
and because i'm new in manga's world i really don't know what to name this but i think it's a sequal

ANYWAY , thanks god i read only the first tome and i didn't go further .

well , i can't say much about the story , i didn't get it so i won't rate it , i have to read the original manga and then i'll return to this one :)

otherwise , SOMETHING really attracted me about it , the Drawings were soo good .
Sep 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing
The second half of the original series was up and down for me, but this was pretty fun and enjoyable.
4.25 A pretty fresh start to a new series. Totally loved the art and the battles. Really excited to get started on the second volume.
Jan 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 5-star-reads, manga
“You are grasping at the worth of your existence which scattered right before your eyes.”
Taylor Ramirez
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I like the new cast of characters introduced and I'm happy to see some old characters too. I think Urie is going to be an interesting character, although I don't really like him right now. Also looking forward to Haise's struggles with his identity and what the heck is happening with that.

I think I really like Tokyo Ghoul! Season 2 of the anime was kind of a disaster, but I like reading it. I really wish they could've kept it true to the manga. Why must they always change it? Anyway so far the
Sam de Laat
I loved it! I really can’t wait to read the other ones... Sadly they don’t sell them on this island :(
Jul 30, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga-comic
a VERY great first volume. Haise is Kaneki. Isn't he? Quite a lot of new characters but I mean half of the cast died at the end of Tokyo Ghoul. Quite excited for the rest.
M. Ashraf
Aug 18, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: graphic-novels
The ending last time with no eyes :( I though we lost him forever ...
So the sequel, starts after really some time from the last Raid ... the world has moved on ... we are now with CCG from the other side of the story with a new semi-ghoul squad... so I was O.K with it a new story from the other side...
but then when Sasaki showed his other side at the end of this volume I flipped... He is a live, kindda of at least but he is still there...
So, I was confused is this really him, or
Auntie Terror
Mar 12, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: borrowed
Interesting sequel, but not quite sure what to make of it yet. But will continue with the second volume in time...
Aug 12, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: manga
4 stars, some weak points but amazing
I finished all the volumes~

Second part of a masterpiece

I have to say I truly loved this one. It felt like a very important continuation of the original Tokyo Ghoul story. It gave a lot of insight on how the education of ghoul investigators work and gave a ton of background story on characters I got to know and love in the first part. The audience will also get introduced to an overwhelming amount of new characters. (in my opinion at least) It took a long whil
Nov 25, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I need to rant after reading the manga. So. Many. Feels.
First of all, damn you White Doves!
How dare you mess with Kaneki... Messing with my feelings! (Be strong, my poor heart 😭) You and your bloody experiments, blurring the line between humans and ghouls... Well, who's the monster now???
Secondly, I'm still mad towards Mado after what he did to Hinami's parents. So, seeing Akira (his daughter) makes me want to kiss her--with a bludgeon 😈 And what's with her acting sad being left by Kotaro Amon
Anthony Hake
Feb 05, 2018 rated it really liked it
a great way to start off a continuation of the series although I do have some unanswered questions. to be expected from the first volume I guess
Apr 08, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2018-books, manga
What is happening ?
Lindsay Miltier
Nov 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Great start to a continuation of one of my favorite series! A bit jumpy but hopefully that slows down as the story picks up.
Natalya Kahmann
Jun 06, 2020 rated it really liked it

Very interesting
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Also known as 石田スイ.

Sui Ishida (石田スイ, Ishida Sui), born December 28, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, is a Japanese manga artist
In 2010 he won the Young Jump 113th Grand Prix award with Tokyo Ghoul (東京喰種, Tōkyō Kushu). In March 2011, the same oneshot was published in the 2nd Issue of Miracle Jump. And later in September 2011, Tokyo Ghoul started as a series in Weekly Young Jump 2011-41 Issue. In December

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