Between September 2011 and September 2014, it was serialized in Shueisha’s seinen manga magazine Weekly Young Jump, and it was compiled in fourteen tank-bon volumes.
Tokyo Ghoul [Jack], a prequel, was published in a single tankbon book and ran online on Jump Live in 2013.
What happens in Season 2?
The narrative centers on Ken Kaneki, a student who just escapes a fatal confrontation with Rize Kamishiro, his date, who turns out to be a ghoul and wants to devour him.
He is in critical condition when he is transported to the hospital. Kaneki learns that he underwent surgery that caused him to become a half-ghoul after he has recovered.
This was made possible by the transplantation of some of Rize’s organs into his body; as a result, he now needs to eat human flesh to survive, much like other ghouls do.
He is adopted by ghouls who manage the “Anteiku” coffee shop, who help him adjust to his new existence as a half-ghoul.
Fitting into the ghoul society and hiding his identity from his human friends, particularly from his best friend Hideyoshi Nagachika, are some of his everyday problems.
The prequel series Tokyo Ghoul [Jack] centers on the young lives of Kish Arima and Taishi Fura, two characters from the main series who meet while working together to look into the ghoul-related death of Taishi’s friend.
As a result, Taishi eventually decides to follow Arima’s example and join the CCG (Commission of Counter Ghoul), the federal organization tasked with investigating ghoul-related crimes as well.
The follow-up television series Tokyo Ghoul:re-centers on an amnesic Kaneki who now goes by the name Haise Sasaki due to a terrible brain injury by Kish Arima.
He is the leader of a special group of CCG detectives known as “Quinx Squad” who underwent a similar process to his, giving them the ability to battle ghouls while maintaining their ability to live normally.
The series’ central character, Ken Kaneki, is known as Tokyo Ghoul.
But as soon as Rize Kamishiro’s kakuhou was implanted inside him and turned him into a one-eyed ghoul, this abruptly altered.
The first artificial one-eyed ghoul is known as Kaneki. His singular half-ghoul state serves as the basis for the Quinx concept.
He learns how to live as a ghoul after working as a part-time waitress for Anteiku, and finally adopts the name Eyepatch.
Does Kaneki die at the end of the second season?
Not at all. Relax. Tokyo Ghoul: re is a bit muddled because of the awful finish to Tokyo Ghoul A. Let me first describe the conclusion.
After fighting Amon, Keneki sustains some serious wounds. Hide, a friend of Keneki’s, fed Keneki while taking him to the coffee shop where Keneki worked.
Hide nearly passes away at that point as a result of it. After Kaneki regained consciousness, he recognized how awful he had been while battling Jason. He was quite sorry and guilty about it. He brings Hide’s body to Arima in order to turn himself in.
As a result of Keneki becoming a ghoul, Arima attacked him after meeting him. He knocks Keneki to the ground and stabs him in the head.
Keneki’s memory was gone as a result of his brain damage. Arima could have easily murdered him at that point, but CCG seized the chance to use “The Eyepatch” to get rid of all the ghouls. That is how Tokyo Ghoul: re got its start.
Thus, Haise Sasaki is our Ken Kaneki, but he is without memory.
The simple answer to your query is that he is still alive.