Tokyo Revengers Reveals that Mikey’s Brother is a Time Leaper

Ken Wakui has dropped another epic chapter in the Tokyo Revengers manga series. Since the start of the series, the only confirmed character that can time leap is Takemichi. However, Tokyo Revengers Chapter 268 just revealed that Sano Shinichiro, Mikey’s brother, is also a time leaper like the main protagonist of the series.

During the head-to-head match between Takemichi and Mikey, the series dropped another bomb that surprised fans. This time, it’s about another character who can travel through time. With the promise that Mikey told Takemichi, the leader of the Kanto Manji Gang asked Takemichi why he returned.

As they continued their conversation, Mikey revealed what Wakasa had told him. Wakasa told Mikey that if they were in the first timeline, Takemichi would not go into all of the troubles that he had been through. Takemichi was confused about what Mikey told him and asked him what he really meant.

Mikey then revealed that his brother was trying to save him from the very start. Mikey added that Sano Shinichiro is also a time leaper and he traveled through time just to save him.

Who is Sano Shinichiro?

Sano Shinichiro is Mikey and Emma Sano’s older brother. He is also the founder and the president of the Black Dragon First Generation. Sano Shinichiro makes his first debut in the manga series in Tokyo Revengers Chapter 44. Moreover, he also made his first appearance in the anime in the 16th episode of the anime adaptation of the series. Unfortunately, Shinichiro was accidentally killed by Kazutora.

More About Tokyo Revengers

Tokyo Revengers follows the story of Takemichi Hanagaki who traveled to the past to save Hinata Tachibana, her high school ex-girlfriend. With the help of Naoto Tachibana, Takemichi’s mission was to stop Tokyo Manji Gang from murdering Hinata. Takemichi time-leaped back to 12 years and found himself as a student. His mission was to take over Tokyo Manji Gang and save all of his loved ones.

Tokyo Revengers is a manga series written by Ken Wakui. The manga already produced 22 volumes since its publication in March 2017 under Kodansha. In April 2021, an anime adaptation of Tokyo Revengers was released. The anime adaptation was produced by LIDENFILMS, along with Kodansha, Pony Canyon, and Ultra Super Pictures as producers.

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