WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Attack on Titan: The Final Season – Part 2.A talented fan of Hajime Isayama The attack of the Titans used special effects to transform into one of the series’ titular monsters, then… ate himself.
Posted on the ProductionCrate YouTube channel, the creator, who identifies himself as Mike, tells viewers how he created the Titan version of himself. It covers the many steps, including creating a 3D model of his head, the necessary color map, and the odd body proportions. The video ends with a sequence of Titan-Mike chasing down Human-Mike and biting his head. Although there is no blood, the sound effects give the action a gruesome and evocative edge.
The attack of the Titans takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where humans hide from the Titans – giant man-eating monsters – in fortified cities. The story mainly focuses on Eren Yeager, a young man who wishes to destroy all of the Titans after one of them devoured his mother. While the early parts of the narrative seem to cast Eren as the hero, towards the end he transforms into a genocidal villain in his own right.
the The attack of the Titans the manga series was published in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine from 2009 to 2021, and it won several major awards, including Best Shōnen Manga at the Kodansha Manga Awards in 2011. The story was adapted into an anime with the first season in 2013. Wit Studio produced the first three seasons and MAPPA creates the fourth and final season.
Attack on Titan: The Final Season was divided into several parts. Part 1 created in December 2020, Part 2 debuted in January 2022 and it was recently revealed that Attack on Titan: The Final Season would return in 2023 for a third installment. While this news no doubt excited the anime’s avid fans, it wasn’t entirely unexpected. Before the release of Part 2many have questioned the anime’s ability to satisfactorily wrap the story into a single episode.
There have been other developments in the The attack of the Titans franchise outside of the impressive works of fan-made content and confirmation of Attack on Titan: The Final Season – Part 3. Most notably, the popular virtual roller coasters based on the series, Attack on Titan XR Ride, which first aired in 2020, returns for Universal Cool Japan this year. The manga series was also one of the titles featured at the launch of MangaPlaza, one of the largest digital libraries in the United States.
The attack of the Titans is available to stream on Netflix, Hulu, Funimation, and Crunchyroll.
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