Attack on Titan: Analysis of the Blu-ray Collector Final Season Part 1

We analyzed in Cinemascomics the Blu-Ray of the Collector’s Edition of the first part of the Final Season of Attack on Titan (Attack on Titan). The epic and brutal story of humanity’s survival against the titans.

In cinemascomics We have analyzed the limited collector’s home edition of the Blu-Ray of the Collector’s Edition of the first part of the Final Season of the Japanese animated series Attack on Titan (Attack on Titan)one of the most successful anime of recent years, presented by select vision in a very careful Collector’s Edition in rigid packaging, with additional content on the discs and also in an exclusive booklet, which contains information about the anime; which has two discs distributed in three flaps with images of the special titans.

Attack the titanswhose original Japanese title is shingeki no kyojinsupposed with the premiere of Hajime Isayama’s manga and later with its adaptation to anime and distribution throughout the planet, a revolution, providing an original, raw and vibrant story, as well as very careful drawings and a plot in which the protagonists could die at any moment, in the cruelest way. The respect and affection shown by the Spanish distributor Selecta Visión, in relation to the original material, is distilled in the design of the cover and the additional booklet, trying to add as much additional content material, for the enjoyment of fans of this series brimming with action and adventure.

About this edition

The Collector’s Edition of the first part of the last season of Attack the titans (whose ending is already known in the manga) contains the first sixteen episodes of the last season (fourth), on two discs, distributed in three flaps, as well as a removable rigid box. The episodes of the series are in HD quality. Regarding the sound tracks, it has audio in 2.0 DTS HD in Spanish and Japanese. However, the subtitles are only available in Spanish. The anime is produced by the MAPPA studio (Chainsaw Man, The God of High School, and Jujutsu Kaisen). One of the most fit Japanese animation studios today. Account in turn in the director’s chair with Yūichirō Hayashi and Jun Shishido.

The MAPPA studio replaces Wit Studio, who until now had been in charge of the animation of the series based on the manga written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama. The final season has been divided into three parts, where the second part aired in Japan from January 9 to April 4, 2022, while the third part is scheduled to premiere in 2023.concluding the series whose already finished manga consists of 139 chapters.


After discovering the whole truth about the origin of the Titans, Eren and the Exploration Corps will venture beyond the sea to fight the final battle.

Six years after the first appearance of the Colossal Titan, the full truth about the outside of the walls and the identity of the Titans has finally come to light. With this knowledge, the Exploration Corps will travel beyond Muro María to reach the sea for the first time, where a merciless war will be waged on the other side of it.

Gabi Braun and Falco Grice have trained all their lives to be worthy heirs of one of the seven Titans under Marley’s control, with the aim of helping their nation to exterminate the Eldians of Paradis Island, but their plans will be thwarted. by the sudden arrival of Eren Jaeger and the surviving members of the Survey Corps.

In this way, we are going to analyze the Blu-Ray version of the Collector’s Edition of Part 1 of the Final Season of Attack on Titan, which includes chapters 60 to 75 of the series. We hope you enjoy the series as much as we have. In this way, we have got down to work to discover everything that this domestic edition hides, free of spoilers.

  • Original title: shingeki no kyojin
  • original format: TV series
  • Year of production: 2020
  • Duration: 250 minutes approximately
  • Nationality: Japan
  • sound tracks: Audio 2.0 Spanish and Japanese in DTS HD
  • Subtitle: Spanish
  • No. of discs: 2 Blu-Rays
  • Qualification: Not recommended for children under 16 years of age
  • Edited in high resolution 1080p and in 16:9 format.
  • Director: Yuichirō Hayashi
  • Author: hajime isayama
  • animation studio: MAPPA

Additional content:

3DCG Animation Video (4 minutes):

Video in which they explain that all the Titans that appear in this season have been recreated using 3D digital animation, showing us how these models were brought to life, from the preliminary sketches to the final animated result, as well as the creation of the fast-paced scenes action and fight.

Thus, we see the development in the creation of the Attack Titan, the Armored Titan, the Beast Titan, the Jaws Titan, the Colossal Titan, the Charge Titan, and the War Hammer Titan; explaining the designs and differences from the manga and previous seasons of the anime, where some changes were suggested by the manga author himself.

Chibi Chara Theater:

Expedition Corps comic strips from episodes 1 to 8 (60 to 67).

Opening textless.

Ending textless.

Staff Making Talk (29 minutes):

Video dedicated to interviews with the team, listening to the director of the final season, Yuichiro Hayashi; cinematographer Shigeki Asakawa; to the person in charge of 3D design and production, Yusuke Tannawa; key animation director Daisuke Niinuma; and the person in charge of color design, Junko Suenaga. In this way, they talk about the scenes of the series that marked them the most, highlighting those starring Gabi, Levi, Pieck, the appearance of the Titans to destroy the fortress and most of the scenes of chapter 61, which they consider a true festival of interesting scenes and that are important to the plot. They also talk about chapter 66, with the assault and presentation of the War Hammer Titan.

They end by saying that for the Blu-Ray edition they have made some changes to the scenes, correcting drawings and revising details, especially the action scenes and effects.

Chibi Chara Theater 2:

Expedition Corps comic strips from episodes 9 to 16 (68 to 75).


Exclusive 36-page booklet about the series, with an index, description of the main characters and the titans, with a summary, voice in the Japanese version and images from different profiles, both of the already known characters and of the new ones, highlighting the of Marley. We can also see a description of chapters 60 to 75, with a summary, frames and technical sheet; as well as comic strips from the Exploration Corps, translated into Spanish; Illustrations of the different phases of the drawing from the draft, through the sketch and base drawing before reaching the final image; and promotional posters for the series. Finally, we have a gallery of thank you illustrations from the different members of the technical team and a complete file of the creative staff.