Latest update from Attack on Titan: Fans are Petitioning author Isayama to Rewrite the Ending - Craffic

Attack on titan’s final season is going to be aired on December 7th, 2020. With a different animation studio, MAPPA, we can anticipate a darker storyline. Yuichiro Hayashi (director: Garo the animation) will be directing the final season, Hiroshi Seko will be leading the script.

Attack on Titan releases the first teaser for the final showdown. The teaser takes in, loads of titans dropping down from the sky. With Elite scout Regiment dive into the clash which will pretty much shape their kismet.

Attack on Titan is based on the same-named manga by Hajime Isayama. When it launched in 2013 it pretty much became the face of the anime industry. The story takes place in the middle age world, which is haunted by gigantic creatures known as titans. These brain-dead titans are hungry for humans and are wreaking havoc. It follows the story of a walled city and it’s people fighting for survival. With major lead Eren Yeager, Mikasa and their friends joining Scout Regiment and unleashing secrets of titans and their history.

It is expected that the new season will bring a new set of characters, from the enemy region of Marley (The Marleyans). There will be furthermore world-building in the final season of the Attack on titan saga, before witnessing the foreseen battle between Eldains and their captivators. It is definite that we are going to see a good deal of action in the final showdown, which will optimistically usher a great ending.

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  1. […] Attack on Titan is really about to end this year. It has been confirmed that the final chapter will be released in the Bessatsu Shonen Manga’s May issue. The official day of release is April 9th. Isayama himself announced it, he said: “I am sorry, it’s finally over.” This means the manga would most likely round up in around 140 chapters. With the left 4-5 chapters, a story can easily be concluded, but with lots of questions and theories to be answered, it is not clear how Isayama will manage everything in such a short duration? […]

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