Shingeki no Kyojin: They turn Eren into Ares, the God of War, and the role fits him perfectly

An artist turned Eren Jaeger into Ares, the God of War, and the result is perfect. The drawing shows the protagonist of Shingeki no Kyojin —Attack on Titan from this side of the world— dressed in the style of those warriors of Greco-Roman culture and the result is impressive.

This is the artist’s work Redwarrior3 and accompanied the image with the message “Eren as Ares, the god of war. I had a lot of fun drawing it because I combined two things that I love: Eren and the warriors.”

Without further delay, take a look at the image below:

Via roredwarrior.tumblr.com

Eren somehow became the god of war

Manga and anime spoilers below!

One of the highlights of the last part of the manga and anime is the transition that the protagonist underwent after the three-year jump. Eren, who at first was seen as someone with a lot of courage, but weak, became a powerful and vengeful being and after knowing the truth of the world in which they lived, he decided to fight for the survival of his people no matter how tall he was. cost to pay for him or the world.

In this last part of the story, Eren is in possession of three Titan powers: the Founding Titan and the Attack Titan, inherited from his father, and the Warhammer Titan he stole from Marley. However, it is not possible for him to access the power of the Founder because he does not possess royal blood.

Everyone knows how dangerous it is to give absolute power to someone like him, and they finally come to understand how real their fears were when Eren makes contact with Zeke Jaeger and activates this power. The youngest of the Jaegers decides that he is going to put an end to the problem in a forceful way and activates the Rumbling of the Earth.

As God of War summons millions of colossal titans to march to fight at his side, destroying everything in their path; which means nations destroyed and millions of people dead. All this will be captured in the anime in the second part of the final season of the show, which will begin to be broadcast in Japan and in our region, via simulcast, next January 9, 2022.

In more topics related to the famous anime / manga, do not miss: here you can see part 2 of the final season officially.


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