Attack on Titan Art Show Coming to Anime Frontier

Kodansha of rece to the fans ofAttack the titans in the United States another opportunity to see his enormous gallery of art of the series.

Anime Frontier, a convention based in Fort Worth, Texas, has announced that it will host a titan-sized exhibition of the art of Attack on Titan creator Hajime Isayama. The gallery was previously featured as part of this year’s Anime NYC convention. The exhibition explores the 11-year history of Attack on Titan and shows how Isayama’s art style has evolved in the last decade. The expo will also show messages from fans who previously shared their thoughts on the series finale with the hashtag #ThankYouAttackOnTitan.

Kodansha has created this gallery to celebrate the history of the series and to cheer fans for the imminent end of the anime, which will air in Japan on January 9. Crunchyroll will air the series in Japan with subtitles in eight languages ​​in more than 200 countries. Funimation will also broadcast the series in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Australia and New Zealand. Like the first half of the final season, which aired last winter, the series’ final batch of episodes will be produced by animation studio MAPPA, which took over production of the popular anime shonen after Wit Studio produced the first three seasons of the show.

Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 2 will pick up where the first part left off, with Reiner preparing to fight the series’ protagonist, Eren Jaeger. The latest batch of episodes will adapt the remaining chapters of Isayama’s manga, which published its last chapter in Japan earlier this year. Kodansha published the manga’s last compiled volume in October.

In addition to the gallery, Anime Frontier will also host a Q&A with Eren Jaeger’s English voice actor Bryce Papenbrook. In addition to playing Jaeger, Papenbrook is also known for portraying the boar-headed swordsman Inosuke in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba and for playing Kirito in Sword Art Online. Other voice actors to appear at the convention include Aleks Le (Demon Slayer), Christopher Sabat (Dragon Ball Z), and Amanda Lee (Zombie Land Saga), among others. The convention will also host a panel from Crunchyroll, which is co-sponsoring the event, a virtual concert by the Jpop group IRIS, and screenings of anime such as Promar, from the Trigger studio, and the sleeping success Odd Taxi. Anime Frontier will be held at the Fort Worth Convention Center from December 3-5.