Tokyo Revengers Chapter 266 Spoilers: The Duo Of Takemichi and Mikey

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Manta Ray
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August 21, 2022 7:00 PM

The chapter 265 came-by and fans lashed on Kisaki for his crossfaced nature and how he took Pa-chin aa his vessel to deal with Mikey. The next in line of. Tokyo Revengers Chapter 266 Spoilers would zero down on the Mikey’s perspective about Takemichi.

Let’s get down to business and analyze how things stood out in last chapter. Also what may unfold in the next chapter.

Tokyo Revengers Chapter 265 Spoilers

Tokyo Revengers Chapter 265 Recap

Tokyo Revengers Chapter 265 began with Mikey, Takemichi, and Draken riding around on their bikes. Mikey was talking with Takemichi about Shinichiro, while pondering how he was searching for more than strength. That very day, Mikey met Kisaki interestingly, whom he alluded to as the one who changed his life for eternity.

Soon thereafter, Kisaki and Mikey met to discuss Pa-chin, who was as yet detained by then. To acquire Mikey’s trust, Kisaki enlightened the Toman pioneer regarding his arrangement to free Pa-jaw from jail, moving the culpability to another person. While they talked, Baji was concealing around the arc, paying attention to everything.

Tokyo Revengers Chapter 266 Spoilers

KISAKI JOINS

Tokyo Revengers Chapter 265 proceeds with the following day inside an eatery. Every one of the noticeable individuals from Toman were talking about Mikey’s concept of permitting Kisaki to join the pack. Everybody was isolated about permitting Kisaki to participate. They were attempting to cause Mikey to acknowledge he was not a reliable individual.

Baji, who had some awareness of Mikey’s inspiration, let him know that he shouldn’t confide in Kisaki’s words. Not entirely settled to allow Kisaki to join since he would free Pa-jaw from jail on the off chance that he did. Draken lashed out at this disclosure, reminding Mikey that such violations were not the explanation Toman was made.

Draken took steps to leave the posse assuming Kisaki joined, while Takashi told Mikey Pa-jaw could never have needed this. Once more mikey was let be, imagining that strength was insufficient for him.

MIKEY AND KISAKI DYNAMICS

Tokyo Revengers Chapter 265 gets with Mikey and Kisaki eating together. Mikey addressed Kisaki about the battle that broke out between the Toman individuals over first experience with the group. Kisaki said he was expecting something to that effect, in spite of the fact that he didn’t anticipate that Mikey should uncover that Takemichi was the person who thwarted his arrangements to destroy Toman.

Tokyo Revengers Chapter 266 Spoilers

In the wake of eating, Mikey and Kisaki went outside to lie on the grass. There, Mikey uncovered to Kisaki that he enjoyed him since he was the main individual Mikey could speak the truth about his Dark Impulses with. Mikey made sense of for Kisaki how he was some of the time constrained by the inclination to obliterate everything around him.

Subsequent to confessing to Kisaki his mysterious, Mikey requested that he stay close by and guide his Dark Impulses. Kisaki inquired as to whether Mikey was good with the possibility of Kisaki controlling his haziness in manners Mikey wouldn’t need, to which Mikey answered that he was alright with that. Mikey began to consider the possibility of dimness being the thing he was searching for.

TOMAN VS VALHALLA BATTLE

Tokyo Revengers Chapter 265 happens to grandstand the occasions of the Toman versus Valhalla battle according to Mikey’s viewpoint. The main thing Mikey recollected about that day was Kisaki’s asserting he would safeguard him.

The section cuts to sometime thereafter, precisely when Kazutora wounded Baji. Seeing this, Kisaki began taking care of Mikey with thoughts of killing Kazutora, letting him know how horrendous he was for how he treated Baji. Mikey was overwhelmed by his Dark Impulses, meanwhile believing that his murkiness was all he wanted.

While beating Kazutora, Mikey understood that the more he attempted to contain his dullness, the more it would pour out. Mikey was prepared to kill Kazutora, until Takemichi stepped before him. The second Mikey saw Takemichi, his obscurity began to die down, while light began to assume control over his eyes. Tokyo Revengers Chapter 265 finishes with Mikey asserting Takemichi is the second man to totally transform him.

Tokyo Revengers Chapter 266 Spoilers

As of now there are no Tokyo Revengers Chapter 266 Spoilers, but we will update them as soon as they arrive.

The following week’s part will doubtlessly zero in altogether on Mikey’s point of view on Takemichi, as well as why he considers Takemichi to have completely changed him. Fans might dare to dream that following week’s section will be as instructive about Mikey’s perspective as Tokyo Revengers Chapter 265 was.

Assuming Kisaki is the haziness who completely changed Mikey for the more awful, making him battle with his companions and undermining Toman’s ethics, Takemichi will be the light that improves it. His simple presence was sufficient to cause Mikey’s obscurity to vanish quickly, which affirms what fans and characters the same have been guessing about for some time: Only Takemichi can save Mikey.

Tokyo Revengers Chapter 266 Release date

Next in line Tokyo Revengers Chapter 266  would be out on 24th August, 2022.

Read Tokyo Revengers Chapter 266 Online

You can read the Tokyo Revengers manga officially on the Kodansha app

Manta Ray

An anime and manga enthusiast who has nothing more better than to do but just write amazing stuffs for the fandom.

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