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  • Manuel de la Fuente

    Hajime Isayama, creator of Attack on Titan, was recently interviewed for the August 2016 issue of Japanese magazine Gong Kakutogi. Among the several topics he talked about, there is an interesting part where he addresses the ending of the series. As he revealed (and as many fans probably noticed due to the fast pace and intensity of the latest chapters), the climax of the story is approaching, and apparently, Volume 20 which will be released in August (and which will contain chapters 79-82) will include an epilogue important for the plot of the series. UPDATE: According to the translator Fuku-shuu, Isayama was talking about the epilogue of the entire manga, not of this particular volume (which can't be called an "epilogue" since the story is not…

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  • Manuel de la Fuente

    Unfortunately I have bad news for all Attack on Titan fans. The last month I informed you that the long awaited Season 2 of the Attack on Titan anime was expected to be released at some point of this Fall, according to the official announcement from 2014 and interviews earlier this year with the production of the anime. However, as reported by Spanish manga news website Mision Tokyo, Season 2 has been pushed back to 2017, with a new release date estimated around January.

    Contrary to similar rumors that have been circulating for some time without any reliable source to support them, this information is trustworthy, as Mision Tokyo was the first website to confirm the release of Season 1 back in 2012, and the recent information was given to them by …

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  • Manuel de la Fuente

    It's been 3 years since the first season of the Attack on Titan anime was released to tremendous success, and fans wait expectantly for the second season, confirmed since 2014. However, the wait is feeling unbearably long, and the impatience for news has led to the emergence of several rumors and lies that are being spread all over the Internet. As people frequently come to the wiki asking for the same information and spreading the same rumors again and again, I decided to write this post in the hopes to clarify once and for all the most common doubts about the upcoming season.

    1. When will Season 2 come out?

    UPDATE JULY 3, 2016: Wit Studio has confirmed that Season 2 will be premiering in Spring 2017.

    UPDATE MAY 8, 2016: A Spanish distributor h…

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  • Manuel de la Fuente

    On September 25th, Kodansha Comics revealed that they would make the "biggest manga announcement ever" regarding Attack on Titan at the New York Comic Con on October 8th, and we all were theorizing what it could be. The day has come and the revelation is here.

    During the fall of 2016, Kodansha will publish Attack on Titan Anthology, a full-color, 250-page anthology of Attack on Titan short stories from a slew of artists and writers, including Scott Snyder, Gail Simone, Michael Avon Oeming, Faith Erin Hicks, Kate Leth, Jeremy Lambert, and Rona.

    The book will have the same trim size as an American comic -- larger than the traditional manga size. The stories will range from 5 to 25 pages, and the book will also include pin-up art. Take a look at Cam…

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  • Manuel de la Fuente

    The first part of the live-action movie of Attack on Titan premiered on August 1 in Japanese theaters, but here in the Americas were waiting for the release date of the movie in our theaters. Now, FUNimation has announced the screening dates for both the first part and End of the World in US and Canada.

    Like in Japan, the movies will screen one month apart, with Part 1 screening in a limited theatrical release on September 30, October 1 and October 7, and Part 2 airing three weeks later on October 20, 22 and 27.

    Pre-sale tickets for both movies will go up for purchase later this month ahead of the screening engagements and an email signup for is provided on the official website for updates on tickets and participating theaters.

    “Fan reaction to A…

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