It looks like Attack on Titan may be getting a new piece of lore from series creator Hajime Isayama.
Currently, the Attack on Titan anime is about to release its final episode in November. The “final season” has been repeatedly divided into parts to ensure that the “final stories” are fully told, although fans didn’t know in advance that time off was coming. With its upcoming November release, the AoT anime will be completed. However, a new development now suggests that Isayama may continue the story, although perhaps in a different direction.
Attack Titan Reborn?
As noted by ComicBook.com, a new fully illustrated Artbook of Attack on Titan will be released next April. That alone usually doesn’t mean anything. However, the book will contain 18 pages of new material from Isayama, dubbed “Volume 35” of the manga series. It’s unclear what that implies in terms of new stories or new material. Isayama has noted in the past that he may be interested in continuing the story in the world he created, but he has never definitively said in what way. For example, he considered going deeper into the story of Levi Ackerman, one of the show’s standout characters.
However, it’s also possible that like many manga before it, Isayama could try making a “sequel series” that follows the events of the main story. Currently, this information is unknown. There’s also another possibility raised by many fans: an “alternate ending” to the Attack on Titan story. This possibility was considered because the manga’s main ending was considered extremely controversial. Even the creator himself admitted that he did not intend for such a backlash to happen, which was so strong that some wondered if the upcoming anime finale could follow a completely different path. completely different or not.
Regardless, Isayama’s series helped change the perception of anime around the world. For example, when it first released, the brutal and mature tone of Attack on Titan attracted more people to anime in general and helped breathe new life into the genre, especially stories based on anime. on shounen. Some people even consider Attack on Titan to be the catalyst behind the “anime boom” that occurred over the past decade. Its impact is so great that the finale will certainly be hyped until its release.
The final episode of the Attack on Titan anime will premiere on November 4.