As for the dedication of fans to their favorite series, we know that there is no limit. And Shingeki no Kyojin, like many others, is no exception to the rule. On the internet, countless fan arts have circulated that carry with them a personal touch of the artist; incredible cosplays of Hange Zoë, the commander of the Exploration Corps, Captain Levi and, of course, Eren Jaeger, the protagonist of the series, among other endearing characters; and basically anything else they can create to pay homage to the series.
But despite the fact that there is not much more news about the fourth season of Shingeki No Kyojin, the reality is that fans are very aware of the rest of the episodes that will show one of the most anticipated events of the series, among some theories and debates. interesting about the latest events in the Eldian people. However, while the fan community awaits the return, some of them have been very interested in continuing to continue the story through their own work. Although it is not about narrative, the creations are also part of a heartbreaking plot that has kept the audience on edge from start to finish. For this reason, a Reddit user decided to create his own version of Eren and his Attack Titan with LEGO pieces.
Eren has his own version of LEGO
As we mentioned, a Reddit user named Professor-Domatron, through his account shared an image showing his latest LEGO construction. This is important since, in the absence of an official license from the franchises, he decided to create his own version of Eren made by himself. And what is more, it could be said that the construction that this fan made embodies the protagonist of Shingeki No Kyojin quite accurately and has rescued even the smallest details. You can see it right away:
The absence of Shingeki no Kyojin from LEGO definitely didn’t stop Professor-Domatron from paying homage to one of the most iconic characters in the world of manga and anime. So much so that he took it upon himself to make his own character from the series with well-cared facial details and joints and decided to share it with other users who were fascinated by the figure. But what greatly helped the fan create this model, as he commented later in his post, was relying on tiny anime-themed figures to bring Eren Jaeger to life in this model. To be exact, Eren’s Titan form is above Armin, which makes the Attack Titan even more terrifying.
Of course, he has crafted it so well that it could become a model that would be officially displayed in a LEGO kit. Although, unfortunately, not only is there no collaboration between Shingeki no Kyojin and LEGO, but there have also been no announcements about the possibility of reaching an agreement like this. However, some of the fans consider that this could happen in the future, because in recent years the popularity of Shingeki no Kyojin has increased significantly throughout the world. It is likely that at the moment there are no plans to release a collection, but if it continues like this, the chances of a license increase. And, in fact, this figure is a great reference of what we could see in a kit. Hopefully soon they decide to make a collection with Mikasa Ackerman, Reiner Braun, Levi and even Ymir.
Synopsis of Shingeki no Kyojin
This manga series, also known as Attack on Titan, was written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama. And it was published from September 2009 in the Bessatsu Shonen Magazine (from the Kodansha publisher) and was distributed until April 2021, with a total of 139 chapters. The story centers on Paradis Island, where Eren Jaeger lives with Mikasa Ackerman and Armin Arlert. This island was enclosed between great walls built by huge creatures that almost destroyed the human race. After years of peace, a titan appeared through a crack in a Wall, allowing other titans to enter and completely changed the conditions of the surviving population.
To date, the rest of the episodes that have promised a complex destiny for the Eldian people after Eren became the Founding Titan and devastated everything in his path have not been published.
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