The start of Attack on Titan: The Final Season – Part 2 is very near, and the new opening and ending themes of the anime have been released ahead of the premiere to keep fans excited.
Both themes are now available online. While the opening theme, “The Rumbling” by SiM, is a heart-pounding dramatic theme with brutal images of titanic fights, the ending theme, “Akuma no Ko” (“A Child of Evil” ) by Ai Higuchi, has a much more philosophical tone with melancholy and hopeful images. The protagonist Eren Jaeger is very present in both.
Based on the manga series of the same name by Hajime Isayama, Wit Studio’s Attack on Titan anime (Ranking of Kings, Great Pretender) launched in April 2013, for 25 episodes. In July 2019 the fourth and final season was announced and in May 2020 it was confirmed that MAPPA, the studio behind Jujutsu Kaisen, The God of High School and Banana Fish, would resume production on the series. Attack on Titan: The Final Season – Part 1 aired between December 2020 and March 2021 with 16 episodes.
The epic conclusion of Attack on Titan promises to be emotional as centuries-old tensions between the Marleyans and Eldians threaten to provoke the war of all wars. One of the many recent trailers for Part 2 marked the series’ dramatic end as it looked back on the journeys of Eren and his friends Mikasa Ackerman and Armin Arlert, highlighting the many challenges they overcame together. , as well as the events that threaten to pit them against each other.
As the animated series draws to a close and the manga wrapped up in April 2021, the Attack on Titan franchise continues to evolve. Specifically, it has been confirmed that an Attack on Titan attraction will be returning for Universal Cool Japan 2022. Attack on Titan XR Ride is a virtual roller coaster ride that lets users experience the intensity of an attack. from Titan. In addition, Crunchyroll has made the first chapters of the manga available for free on its site.
Fans can also continue to explore the Attack on Titan universe through fan-created content, such as fan art by cartoonist Fili, which pairs the post-apocalyptic series with the colorful world of Disney’s Ratatouille, and heartbreaking fanfiction works like Obsession With Time by Certifiedclown and The Long Way Down by Revolvermonkcelot.