Shingeki no Kyojin: A year ago the final chapter of the manga was published | Spaghetti Code

With the feeling of nostalgia and emptiness left by the end of part 2 of Shingeki no Kyojin Final Season We remember a very particular date for the story created by Hajime Isayama, since it was just a year ago the 139th and last chapter of the sleeve. To commemorate its completion, the Kodansha publishing house dedicated a special cover to the series in the 5th edition of the magazine. Bessatsu Shonen Magazine published on April 09, 2021.

Later on, something was achieved which, in the words of Shintaro Kawakubo (editor of Shingeki no Kyojin) had never happened within the publishing house, and that issue of the magazine was in such high demand among the Japanese public that Kodansha was forced to carry out an “emergency reprint”. It was thus that a second run was published on April 30, putting an end to the work written by Hajime Isayama within the magazine after 11 years and 7 months of serialization.

Cover of Bessatsu Shonen Magazine with the last chapter of Shingeki no Kyojin | Photo: Kodansha

However, the end of Shingeki no Kyojin manga still kept some secrets that had not been published in the pages of the Bessatsu Shonen Magazine; after all the series was only allowed to use up to 48 pages that comprised the magazine issue.

So if you thought that “scene with wings” was the end of the series, let us tell you that you still have a few scenes left to watch. East extra stuff was added in the 34th and final compiled volume of Shingeki no Kyojin.

Cover and back cover of volume 34 of Shingeki no Kyojin | Photo: Kodansha

And now that? Well, we will have to wait another year to see the last chapters of the manga adapted to the anime. Recall that after the broadcast of the episode “Dawn of Humanity”, Attack on Titan announced that the end of the series would be broadcast on television through the “part 3” of its final season.

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