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Tokyo Ghoul: re, Vol. 2 Paperback – Import, 19 Dec 2017
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Sui Ishida was born in Fukuoka, Japan. He is the author of Tokyo Ghoul and several Tokyo Ghoul one-shots, including one that won him second place in the Weekly Young Jump 113th Grand Prix award in 2010. Tokyo Ghoul began serialization in Weekly Young Jump in 2011 and was adapted into an anime series in 2014.
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A Faithful encounter occurs when Haise smells good coffee and he along with his other subordinate's is drawn to the Re: Coffee shop. There we see a first encounter between Touka and Haise. We even see Yomo as he boldly confronts Haise but leaves the scenes without saying a single word. Haise drinks the coffee and it's smell and taste makes him Nostalgic. It reminds him of something wonderful he can't remember and so starts crying. At that point of time Touka comes in the scenes and hands him a handkerchief to comfort him. Although this was a brief encounter, Haise notices that although he didn't know her but she looked a bit sad😙. It's perhaps his instincts or his feelings which subconsciously makes him worry about her.
Other than that, we have a lot of Tokyo Ghoul Comedy with in this volume. Like when Shizaru and Urie have to deal with the greatest Lazy bum of the Q's, and yes that's Saiko. There is a lot of comedy that Sui Ishida brings out in this Manga.
Then there is the commencement of The Auction Sweep Mission that takes places. Juzo makes a comeback with a different look and as Assistant Special Investigator. He leads his Squad and is very well known.
Haise and his subordinates (excluding Urie who was away) undergo a special mission to contact the S class Ghoul The Nutcracker. It's a Hilarious Mission😂😂, as we see that Sasaki decides that they would enter as ladies. So they undergo a ladies transformation.
Believe me the transformation was so unbelievable that you would die laughing. Not to mention that Shirazu looks like 🤮, whereas in comparison Sasaki looks just 😳🤪🤪 like Akira Mado🤦. Whatever it was quite amusing to watch😂😂😂😂
Last but not the least Toru makes contact with the Nutcracker and the CCG plans to let Toru and Juzo get abducted. Toru gets sold at a high bidding and loses hope of ever getting rescued again. But Haise wouldn't let that happen;-)
The CCG enters the scene as soon as the plan is set in motion with Juzo starting to attack the ghouls.
In the end I would like to conclude that this volume forms the base for Volume 3 and 4. Thus it is essential to have this volume so as to follow the upcoming Manga of Takizawa.👍
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