In tears, the creator of Attack On Titan apologizes for the end of the manga and appreciates the support of Shingeki no Kyojin fans

Shelving such a successful series is not easy. The expectations of the fans are through the roof with each of them having their own ideas of how should a story end. That was the case once again with Manga de shingeki no kyojin (Attack on Titan or Attack on Titans), where not a few readers were dissatisfied with the development of one of the protagonists. His mangaka has now wanted to pronounce on this subject, hajime isayama.

It was during a talk at the anime nyc held last weekend in New York, where Hajime Isayama apologized to his fans for the way the manga ended, admitting to still having doubts “inside” about the ending chosen for his success story. Luckily, and unlike many of his readers who did not hesitate to attack him on social networks during all this time, the public applauded him and showed him their affection provoking the emotion of the mangaka as we see in the video attached to the news.

Later, in a message collected by Shonenleaks on Twitter, we were able to read a calmer statement from the author of Attack on Titan:

“I want to express my gratitude to all the fans. I wasn’t sure how to feel about the end of the story. I was going through a very difficult time and I apologize. With strong feelings, i was depressed for a while, until yesterday when i met the fans at the convention. The fans told me that the ending was great and they loved it and it made me happy and coming to New York was a great experience for me. Thank you”

During the event, Hajime also revealed that Attack on Titan would be his final project, marking it as the only manga he will work on. Let’s remember that the anime still has several episodes left to reach its conclusion.

Attack on Titan video games

The manga has not only been adapted to anime, like many other stories in Japan He has been the protagonist of different games. For example, in 2016 came AOT Wings of Freedomwhile several later we had Attack on Titan 2 Final Battle.