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Kubal (クバル Kubaru?) was the director of the Military Police Regiment in the live-action films Attack on Titan, The Movie: Part 1 and Attack on Titan, The Movie: Part 2. He was portrayed by Jun Kunimura.


Kubal was a middle-aged man that had white hair and a square jaw. As the commander of the Military Police Brigade, he wore black military police attire.


Kubal was a cruel man who stopped at nothing to achieve his goals. He did not value the safety of his men and, in retrospect, tried to kill those in his way such as Eren and Mikasa.


Kubal was seen giving orders to the new recruits, displaying some level of authority.[citation needed]

It was also revealed that Kubal was in fact, another human with the power of the Titans, his Titan form being none other than the Colossal Titan.

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  • Colossus Titan height live-action movies

    The Colossal Titan's height is stated to be 394 feet in the movies

    Kubal was the director of the Military Police Brigade in the live-action movies; whereas in the original series, that position belongs to Nile Dawk, who does not exist in this continuity.
  • He was also revealed to be the true identity behind the Colossal Titan, replacing Bertholdt Hoover, who is not portrayed in the live-action movies either. Also, his Titan form was 120 m tall, twice as big as the Colossal Titan from the original series and more in the likes of Rod Reiss' Titan form. However, in the movie novelization, Kubal's Titan form is said to be 60 yards tall, much closer to the height of Bertholdt's 60 m Titan form in the original manga.
  • Due to his attempts to get Eren executed for considering him a threat to humanity, he also effectively replaced Garrison Captain Kitz Woermann (though in Kubal's case it was just a facade).


  1. Kubal's cast poster
  2. "Extras of Attack on Titan, The Movie". Attack on Titan, The Movies: Part One & Part Two (Official website). Retrieved on May 5th, 2016.
  3. Attack on Titan: End of the World novel (p. 30)