First footage from the second half of Attack on Titan’s final season has been revealed, along with the series’ official return date.
The first trailer for the second half of Attack on Titan’s final season has been revealed, as has a newly announced final release date of January 9.
The new trailer begins with Eren asking, “You’ve been waiting 2000 years, haven’t you?” before cutting to a new scene during the series’ final act. Episode 76 of the series will air in Japan on January 9, with Japan’s NHK-G network pre-airing 6 new special recaps to refresh viewers’ memories of the first 75 episodes of the series. action series series. These specials will also feature interwoven footage from the anime’s OVA (original video animation) releases, showing certain events in the show from the perspective of other characters, such as like Mikasa, Levi and Annie. MAPPA, the studio that is producing the final installment of the series, said it will also add some new animated scenes to these summary specials.
The second half of the season will adapt the remaining chapters of Hajime Isayama’s manga, including its divisive ending. The first half of the season aired from December 2020 to March 2021 and was animated by Jujutsu Kaisen’s MAPPA studio, which took over the series for Wit Studio (Vivy: Fluorite Eyes’ Song, Kabeneri of the Iron Fortress, ) animated the show’s first three seasons. MAPPA will continue to animate the series finale, while Wit Studio is rumored to be entangled in a financial crisis that will result in new management.
Attack on Titan debuted in 2009 with a manga published by Kodansha. The series was adapted into an anime in 2013, and has since become one of the biggest new series to premiere in Japan in the past 20 years. The manga has more than 100 million copies in circulation worldwide, making it one of the most successful manga series of all time. The series has also spawned numerous spin-offs and novels, several Japanese games and two live-action Japanese films. An American live-action remake from Warner Bros. currently in production.
The first three seasons of the anime, as well as season 1 of Season 4, are currently available to stream on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation. The manga is localized and distributed worldwide by VIZ Media.