The first season of Tokyo Revengers has helped build a following of thousands of fans around the world thanks to a story full of twists and turns. On the other hand, if anyone has been complaining about the manga's narrative crease lately, the community continues to be overly supportive of the work.

In anticipation of Tokyo Revengers' return with Season 2, the work continues to receive negative reviews due to further media frenzy following the Draken voice actor scandal. On June 6th, in fact, the Osaka Prefectural Police announced that 31 men and women between the ages of 16 and 20 had been taken to the Sakai Police Station on suspicion of traffic violations and reckless riding of 19 motorcycles.

Actually, the group in question would have set up a kind of convoy on June 6 at around 2:50 a.m Route 26 to Hou-Nishi-machi in the city of Sakai, taking up several lanes and about a kilometer long, which continued to ignore the red lights. The 31 were mostly high school students who organized through social media. Some of them would have informed the police about it was inspired by Tokyo Revengersas this statement by one of the boys shows: "It was like in the anime, dangerous but fun."

And you, on the other hand, what do you think of their actions? Tell us what you think about it with a comment below.

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