- Why did Kaneki’s hair turn white?
- When did Kaneki’s hair turn white again?
- Is kaneki in Season 3?
- Why does kaneki do that finger thing?
- Why do Kaneki’s nails turn black?
- What is Black Reaper Kaneki?
Originally Answered: Why did Kaneki’s hair turn white in the first season of Tokyo Ghoul? His hair turned white because he was tortured 2–3 times a day for 10+ days… Kaneki’s hair didn’t turn white in a moment, but in the manga they show us his hair gradually turning white while he loses his mind.
At the end of season 2, Kaneki’s hair turns back to its original colour. I know his hair turned to white because of the Marie Antoinette (MA) syndrome, but in all the research I’ve done, I’ve found nothing regarding a cure for the MA syndrome.
Season 3 (Tokyo Ghoul:re, Season 1) The CCG realised Kaneki’s potential so they used the situation and gave him a new identity, as he had no clue about his former self. During the battle against the Tsukiyama family, Ken Kaneki finally reemerges as Haise Sasaki regains his memories and accepts his true personality.
“It’s some kind of gestural tick that psyches them for battle. Kaneki started doing as a result of Yamori always doing it when he was torturing him, and Yamori picked it up from the human investigator who tortured him. Naki also does it, on a different finger as a tribute and to mimic Yamori.”
Kaneki’s nails turned black because of his blood. Before you give up on me, please read on. His nails turn black because his nails died and the blood, below his nail, were trapped there and dried.
“Black Reaper” is the first time we’ve seen Ken Kaneki truly embrace his power and ruthlessness as a one-eyed ghoul, and let it fly. “Ken” was a shy, sensitive, downtrodden boy, who we learn has been taking abuse ever since his days as a child, when his mom would beat him.