Fans who have read the Season 2 manga version of "Tokyo Ghoul" were apparently disappointed that a lot of events did not really tie in with the original storyline, The Cross Map reported.Hence, a rumored reboot revolving around Touka Kirishima being the main spotlight of the upcoming "Tokyo Ghoul" Season 3 are started making rounds in the online world.
While nothing is impossible, the reports ought to be taken with a grain of salt unless FUNimation confirmed the news.
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is an anime comedy directed by Hideyuki Tanaka and produced by Genco, Suplex, framegraphics and Geneon Entertainment.
The show pre-began as 14 eight-minute segment episodes which aired on Fuji Television's Flyer TV block from June 18, 1998 to September 24, 1998 from to , with the animation being produced by Tokyo Kids. Super Milk Chan , ran for 12 twenty-four-minute episodes which aired on WOWOW's Space Shower TV block from January 27, 2000 to April 13, 2000 at and then . Vision features two different English-dubbed versions: a straight translation of the Japanese version (which aired on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block on October 31, 2004 with the original vintage episodes before making its official series premiere a week later) and an Americanized version with western pop culture references and short live-action skits featuring ADV voice cast members.
In Asia, Middle East and Australia, 14 episodes of Super Milk Chan aired on Channel V in 1998. The show centers on the activities of Milk, a 5-year-old superhero who may or may not actually have any powers and can do very little besides making popular culture references. Definitely." She lives in a house on a suspended platform with her malfunctioning robotic maid Tetsuko and her drunken pet slug Hanage (nosehair). In each episode, the President (of "Everything", according to his name) calls with a new mission; whether Milk actually takes the mission is not guaranteed.