Shingeki no Kyojin: See How Scary Titans Would Look In The Real World

When they ask anime fans in which world of this industry they would like to live, no one or very few, they choose the world of Shingeki no Kyojin – or Attack on Titan – and that is, who could want to live in a place where there is naked giants looking for you to devour you just for the fun of it?

If this premise looks terrifying in animated version, can you imagine how creepy it must be to see it in the real world? In three dimensions and in full color. Fortunately, this is only fiction and we will never have to suffer these attacks of the titans firsthand … or so we hope.

A visual artist imagined what the titans of the series created by Hajime Isayama would look like in the real world and the truth is, the result is terrifying. @ShortestBlockbusters, a content creator present on Twitter, TikTok and YouTube, and who defines himself as a “creator of dreams and nightmares”, published several video clips, edited and created by himself, where we see these giant cannibals in real action .

The images show something similar to what the troops of the Exploration Corps must live, when they ride outside the wall Maria and suddenly, a titan appears ready to eat them. Also present are the colossal titans that have the ability to swim and that we will see animated in the final part of the anime that arrives in January.

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A giant centipede / skeleton species also appears, which – in case you don’t know – is Eren Jaeger in his final form, after activating the Earth Rumble and beginning with the destruction of this world. Again we remind you that we will see all these scenes animated in the final part of the anime that premieres from January 9, 2022.

What did you think of the titans in real life? Pretty scary, don’t you think? Leave us your comments.


Jemima Sebastián does a bit of everything at IGN Latin America. He loves anime, sports and photography. Find her on Twitter and Instagram as @jemafg.