Characters from Attack on Titan take on a steampunk style with this collaboration

For years there has been a belief that the three-dimensional maneuvering team of Attack on Titan It is the way in which the creator of the series worshiped steampunk, and now his characters have fully entered this subgenre thanks to the most recent collaboration with the brand Manekineko Karaoke.

It happens that this chain of Karaokes in Japan has been in charge of showing in its products five of the most emblematic characters of the series with outfits that are inspired by this subgenre that combines a retro-futuristic setting. On the one hand we have the group of Eren Jaeger, Mikasa Ackerman and Armin Arlet; the wonder trio whose story we’ve followed since the series began is now redesigned with lots of ornate details and period attire.

Finally, this collaboration also welcomes Levi Ackerman and Hanji Zoe, two veterans of the Reconnaissance Legion who have enjoyed enormous popularity since their appearance, so their reinvention within the steampunk world was inevitable within the collaboration with Manekineko Karaoke

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Attack on Titan (also know as Shingeki no Kyojin) began as a sleeve written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama, published in the pages of the magazine Bessatsu Shonen Magazine of Kodansha between September 2009 and April 2021. The main story of the series was completed with a total of 139 chapters and 34 published volumes that entered the top of the best selling manga in 2021.

The anime of Attack on Titan has decided to tell the end of his story with a third part of the final season, leaving until now a total of 87 episodes distributed in four seasons. Said season will return to television screens and platforms at some point next year.

What do you think of this version of the characters from Attack on Titan with steampunk style?


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