The Live-Action Tokyo Ghoul's Debut Trailer

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[Image: Natalie]
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This summer, manga Tokyo Ghoul is getting a live-action film. And here is its 30-second debut trailer.

Tokyo Ghoul began its maiden manga run in 2011, following the adventures of the flesh-eating “ghouls” that live among us. It has since been spun off into anime and video games.

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As Natalie points out, Tokyo Ghoul opens in Japan on July 29. 


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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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Man I just finished Season 1, and it was

....

Really disappointing.

Main bad guy had no build up. The human government worker complained that ghouls made orphans but saw no problem attempting to murder a small child after killing her mother with her father’s corpse. For some reason people decided to torture a ghoul for several days for funsies and didnt think this might drive someone insane.

and the Main character who was built up to be the bridge to bring Ghouls and People together decides to go “fuck it, Im 100% ghoul now”, betraying what was suppose to be someone trying to be a better person.