Hajime Isayama completed the Attack on Titan manga in 2021, and the new year will see its anime adaptation drawing to a close. With the shonen series exploding like it did, Attack on TitanThe creator of has had a busy decade. And its resolution for 2022 reflects this.
‘Attack on Titan’ ended after 139 manga chapters
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Hajime Isayama trajo Attack on TitanThe manga came to an end after 139 chapters, all of which took more than a decade to complete. Chapter 1, titled “For You, In 2000 Years”, debuted in September 2009. The final chapter, “Towards the Tree on That Hill,” came almost 12 years later, in April 2021.
At that moment, Attack on Titan fans came to love the characters created by Isayama. From the headstrong and determined Eren Jaeger to the intimidating Levi Ackerman, they have all come a long way throughout the series. And the fan base enthusiastically followed its growth.
In November 2021, Isayama even took home the Noma Publishing Culture Award for his work. Y Attack on TitanThe impact of is undeniable, with Oricon placing it in the top five best-selling manga of 2021. Anime News Network also reports a cumulative circulation of more than 100 million copies worldwide, underscoring the popularity of the series.
‘Attack on Titan’ creator Hajime Isayama has 1 goal for 2022
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Hajime Isayama has spent the last decade engulfed in Attack on Titan, and certainly earned a break. In 2022, he plans to take one. In fact, you have an understandable resolution for the new year: “no work.”
He admitted it in a note that has since been translated and shared by Twitter Attack on Titan Fans account. And with all the effort Isayama has put into his recent history, it’s hard to blame him for wanting to sit back and enjoy what he’s accomplished.
Of course, once Isayama has taken time to relax, he will probably write again. So what’s next for Attack on TitanThe award-winning creator of?
Will Hajime Isayama keep writing?
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After completing a long series, some manga artists continue writing while others take long breaks. It seems that Hajime Isayama is already thinking about what will come next. Attack on Titan but nevertheless.
According to ComicBook.com, Isayama did an interview with the Japanese network TBS, during which he revealed what kind of story he is interested in writing next. Turns out the creator is drawn to black comedy, a huge genre leap from Attack on Titan.
Isayama already has the darkest storytelling to the letter, but watching him flex his comedic skills should be an interesting change of pace. Maybe more ideas will come to you during your free time in 2022. Meanwhile, fans have more Attack on Titan episodes to look forward to.
Attack on Titan Season 4, Part 2, debuts on Crunchyroll and Funimation on January 9, 2022.