Updated on December 18th, 2021
After last week’s shock twist ending, the staff behind the Tokyo Revengers series has announced that it will be taking a break this week. Meaning that just like the Blue Lock series, Tokyo Revengers will not be releasing this week.
The reason behind this one-week break is because the magazine that publishes Tokyo Revengers releases, Shonen Magazine will not be releasing this week. Instead, all the series published by this manga have been pushed back a week.
We have more information about the postponement as well as a recap of the previous chapter to catch you up to speed down below, so keep on reading!
Chapter 234 Recap
Before we jump into chapter 235’s spoilers, let’s do a quick recap of what went down in chapter 234, titled, ‘There Is No Mending.’ The name itself is pretty accurate for what goes down in this chapter, as the relationships quite literally can’t be mended.
Chapter 234 kicks off where the chapter previous to it left us off with Mikey coming down to deliver another punch. The surprise of this chapter is what comes next as we suddenly jump from an all-black panel to Takemitchi waking up in a hospital bed all wrapped up. The second biggest surprise of the chapter is what follows after that where we see Koko at Takemitchi’s bedside, informing him that he has been unconscious for three days.
Koko then begins to explain what happened after Mikey knocked him out with that last punch. It turns out the person who saved Takemitchi was actually Senju, before Mikey could deliver any more blows Senju jumped in to save the day. She even went as far as to bow down to Mikey and beg him to stop, to end the entire conflict, and to save Takemitchi’s life Senju disbanded Brahman.
With that Koko leaves the room and Chifuyu enters a little bit later. Chifuyu upon entering immediately drops a bomb on Takemitchi (figuratively) informing him that he went to Draken’s funeral and after thinking to himself Chifuyu has a question to ask our hero. Why did he come back? Chifuyu even goes as far as to yell that it’s Takemitchi’s fault Draken is dead. Of course, he immediately apologizes but Takemitchi agrees with him saying it is his fault he then asks to be left alone.
The chapter ends as Takemitchi pledges to himself that he won’t get anyone else involved in this mess. Instead, he will solve it completely on his own.
Chapter 235 Spoilers
Tokyo Revengers chapter 235 spoilers are currently not yet released. Usually, leaks and spoilers would be out around this time, however, seeing as how the manga is on break there is nothing to be leaked. Spoilers and leaks should be available next week Saturday as the manga is set to return that week.
Raw scans for chapter 235 are not currently available at the time this article is being written. However, if any, do come out we will make sure to update this page.
As mentioned, the release date for this upcoming chapter has been pushed back a week. Chapter 235 was expected to release, Wednesday, December 15th. However, it has been announced that the Shonen Magazine (the magazine that Tokyo Revengers publishes in) will be taking a short well deserved one-week break.
Meaning that the release date for chapter 235 is now scheduled for Wednesday, December 22nd, 2021.
Another fan-favorite manga series, Blue Lock is also on break this week. Blue lock is another underrated soccer manga series, which is getting an anime adaptation in 2022. A teaser trailer for the series is already out.
Where To Read
You can read the latest chapters of the Tokyo Revengers on the official site of Kodanshacomics. We will be back next week with more Tokyo Revengers spoilers, till then stay tuned!
Also, be sure to check out our article on 6 anime series like Tokyo Revengers you should be watching.