Hajime Isayama, creator of “Shingeki no Kyojin”, was awarded for the global impact of his work

Hajime Isayama, the mastermind behind the story of “Shingeki no Kyojin”, has received a new award for the great global impact that his work based on titans and the destructive cycles of humanity has generated.

The Japanese was decorated by the publisher that published his manga, Kodansha, who presented him with the award called Noma Publishing Culture Awards.

This trophy that Hajime Isayama now has in his hands is intended only for those who have made contributions of the highest international level, thus generating an impact that crosses borders and that manages to “reinvent the publication”, according to the ANN portal.

Let’s remember that Isayama Sensei (a name related to the respect that is had) is only 35 years old and that he released the first chapter of “Attack on Titan” in September 2009.

This story came to an end with volume 34 which was released on June 9 in Japan, thus giving an ending to this story that has captivated, excited and shocked all who have seen it.

When does the final season of Shingeki no Kyojin premiere?

Just as the “Shingeki no Kyojin” manga came to an end, so will the anime that is inspired precisely by the comic (in case you don’t know how it works, the anime is the “cartoon” version of the printed work ).

The release date It will be on January 9, 2022 through the screens of the streaming service Crunchyroll.

The installment will show us the outcome of the battle between Eren Jaeger and Reiner Braun, as well as how the rift between those loyal to the bearer of the Founding Titan and the Legion continues to unfold.

In case you only watch the anime based on the work of Hajime Isayama, we recommend that you avoid looking for content related to the series on social networks, since the spoilers are getting stronger.