KEY POINTS

  • "Tokyo Revengers" 214 to reportedly debut Wednesday
  • The upcoming chapter might show South's reaction when Draken called his bluff
  • Draken may reveal his return to the world of delinquents in "Tokyo Revengers" 214

"Tokyo Revengers" 214 might showcase another explosive manga installment after Draken amped up the scene by calling on South Terano's bluff.

Fans are now itching to get their hands on the next chapter as things get more and more interesting.

Spoilers And Raw Scans Release Date

"Tokyo Revengers" releases a new chapter weekly. Unless there are delays or changes in the said schedule, fans could expect to watch "Tokyo Revengers" 214 Wednesday. Fans waiting for the upcoming chapter's raw scans and spoilers can expect it online two or three days before the manga's scheduled release. Industry insiders usually share these spoilers on various social media sites and forums.

The latest manga installment is available on its official distributor Kodansha.

Chapter 214 Predictions And Spoilers

The previous chapter of "Tokyo Revengers" left many fans speechless when Draken spoke amidst the chaos. The last panel of the manga showed Draken telling South Terano that they should pick up where they left and "Get this party started."

The former vice-captain of the Tokyo Manji Gang also teased those in the area that "it's been a while since this engine has gotten heated up," obviously referring to his fighting skills.

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"Tokyo Revengers" 214 might showcase the one-on-one fight between South Terano and Ken Ryuguji (Draken). South is a formidable name in the current world of delinquents and many view him as a fierce warrior on the battlefield. He is also considered one of the strongest top-tier executives in Tokyo.

Fans very well know what Draken is capable of doing during a battle. But, it has been a while since he got himself into a gang fight. How will the former Tokyo Manji Gang vice-captain fair against the top dog of Rokuhara Tandai is anybody's guess?

It is interesting to note that Draken has repeatedly turned down South's invitation. In fact, he freely allowed South to beat him because he had seemingly made up his mind not to get himself involved in the world of delinquents.

Did the presence of the "Living Legends" change his mind? Will his decision to fight South a gateway to his return to the chaotic world of Tokyo gangs? Most of these questions would be answered when "Tokyo Revengers" 214 releases, next week.