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Tokyo Ghoul Merchandise

Join the society of the ghouls with Zavvi US’s wide range of officially licensed Tokyo Ghoul merchandise. Whether you’re a long-time fan of the show or a newcomer, our DVDs and Blu-rays are essential additions to any anime or manga shelf.

Life On The Outside

Created by the writer and illustrator Sui Ishida, Tokyo Ghoul (2011–2014) is a Japanese manga series that was published in Weekly Young Jump, a magazine owned by the Tokyo-based company Shueshia. Each issue has been collected across 14 volumes, and it was succeeded by a prequel and sequel series: Tokyo Ghoul: Jack (2013) and Tokyo Ghoul:re (2014–2018).

The plot of the manga revolves around the student Ken Kaneki, who unwittingly finds himself on a date with a ghoul, a human-like creature that consumes the flesh of man. The ghoul in question, Rize Kamishiro, attempts to feed on him; however, Kankei survives and undergoes surgery in hospital. When he wakes, he discovers that his life was saved by transferring Rize’s organs into his body, a process that makes him a half-ghoul. Requiring human flesh to survive, he starts a new life with a group of ghouls who run a local coffee shop, “Anteiku”. He must learn to assimilate with ghoul society while keeping his transition a secret from his best friend, Hideyoshi Nagachika, and the rest of the humans with whom he interacts.

In 2014, an anime series based on the fan-favorite manga was aired on TV. Produced by Pierrot, the show closely follows the source material, depicting Kankei’s development into a member of the ghouls and the problems that this creates in his day-to-day life. Like the manga, there were several follow-ups, one of which was Tokyo Ghoul √A (2015).

Similarly, 2017 saw the release of a live-action film adaptation by director Kentarō Hagiwara. Actor Masataka Kubota played Kankei, and he reprised his role for Tokyo Ghoul S (2019), the direct sequel.

Welcome To Anteiku

Start browsing our collection of Tokyo Ghoul merchandise, and satisfy your hunger for more content. We have the critically acclaimed anime on DVD and Blu-ray, and you can also sink your teeth into the live-action film.