Attack On Titan Art Spotlights Eren With This JoJo Crossover

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and Attack on Titan are at very different times in their respective series, with the former recently featuring heroine Jolyne Cujoh with the Stone Ocean story and the latter set to release the final episodes of its animated series from Studio MAPPA. Now, one fan has ingeniously merged the two franchises, imagining what Eren Jaeger would look like if his Attack Titan power was used as a Stand rather than a transformation. With the Scout Regiment now at odds with Eren, things aren’t looking good for the younger Jaeger’s future.

Eren during the first three seasons of The attack of the Titans was determined to destroy all of the Titans, swearing revenge for his mother’s death and the destruction of his world. After the titanic fight against the Armored, Colossal, and Beast Titans in the third season’s grand finale, Jaeger learned the truth about the world from his father’s basement, but also had a surprising encounter with Historia that brought him to life. apparently showed sights that distorted his perspective. Now going so far as to trample innocent Marleyians under his giant feet as the Attack Titan, Eren has become a threat to those he originally considered friends.

Reddit artist New Epic Artist has shared a new take on Eren Jaeger, putting him in the position of Stardust Crusader, Jotaro Kujo, and imagining his Attack Titan form as his own stand in the same vein as Star Platinum, one more recognizable Stands that JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure introduced during its series:

Attack on Titan x JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure | Eren Jaeger (by me) from

Currently, The attack of the Titans only has eleven episodes left in the current batch of episodes for its final season from Studio MAPPA, leaving many fans wondering if the final battle will take place on the small screen or if the studio is currently working on a movie to bring the dark spectacle to an end. While Stone Ocean may not be as dark as The Scout Regiment’s story, it’s doing just as well in the minds of fans after it debuted on Netflix last year.

What do you think of this fusion between the work of creator Hajime Isayama and Hirohiko Araki? Which other scouts do you want to see as stand bearers? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the worlds of Stands and Titans?