“Attack on Titan.” Publisher Kodansha has released a new trailer to promote the upcoming release of Attack with Titan’s final volume.
The new trailer has been released on the official Kodansha YouTube channel and provides an example of what happened to Eren, Mikasa, and all other Titan attackers during the finale. The final volume will be released on October 19.
As previously announced, three retailers will sell special types of final volume on its release date: Books-A-Million will receive a special cover pulled by series creator Hajime Isayama himself, Kinokuniya stores in the US will receive a separate cover and a free shikishi artboard, while the Barnes and Noble program will feature a special poster by Mikasa Ackerman.
The final, divisive chapter of Attack on Titan was published in Japan in April and elicited a mixed reaction from critics and fans of the series, with some feeling that the end of the series is well tied in its first chapter, Some fans have even gone so far as to redo it and revisit the final chapters of the lie to make a conclusion that is too satisfying.
Regardless of the controversy surrounding the end, Attack on Titan remains one of the world’s most popular anime and manga franchises, with over 100 million copies distributed worldwide. The Titan attack began in 2009 by Hajime Isayama, and was released by Kodansha after Japan’s first Japanese magazine, Weekly Shonen Jump, passed the opportunity to publish an article. Attack on Titan.
The series has seen numerous spin-offs and re-enactments, became the basis for several video games, and was transformed into two active Japanese films. American live adaptation from Warner Bros. it is already being done.
In August, the animated studio MAPPA confirmed that the anime series would return for the second half of its final season in January. The first screening of the final episodes will be preceded by a new redesign special, featuring Eren, Mikasa, and Annie discussing the events of the series to date. The first three anime episodes, as well as part 1 of Season 4, are currently available for broadcast on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation. Attack on Titan.