Attack on Titan Episode 80
Photo: MAPPA

Attack on Titan fans are as yet faltering from the time-traveling turn in the anime, that was simply uncovered in the anime’s most recent episode which is the 79th one that went live the past Sunday.

In any case, even as fans attempt to deal with how Attack on Titan just went all Back to the Future on them, and how it changes the series and Eren Yeager’s story completely, they’re now seeing that some much greater head-trippy stuff is by all accounts waiting to be addressed. As you will see beneath, the concise review for Attack on Titan episode 80 as of now incorporates significant sign flares that Eren’s story circular segment is going to return round trip to the series’ first episode.

Assault on Titan anime fans have in no time spotted two critical subtleties in the review for episode 80 that tie straightforwardly back to episode 1 of the anime:

Episode 1 of Attack on Titan was named “To You, in 2000 Years: The Fall of Shiganshina, Part 1“. Episode 80 will be named “From You, 2,000 Years Ago”.
There’s a picture of Eren Jaeger, face secured mournful distress, from the anime’s first episode where fans have detected a reflecting picture of Eren, in the Paths aspect, just his face is presently seething, rather than crying.


The anime’s most recent episode finished with Eren Yeager being uncovered as the person who engineered his family’s whole robbery of Founding Titan and slaughter of the Reiss family, by utilizing the time-travel powers of the Attack Titan to impact his dad, Grisha. That uncover united Grisha again with his alienated child Zeke, in view of one shared objective which is halting Eren.

There’s a ton to consider about the equals between Attack on Titan Episode 1 and Episode 80. The finish of Attack on Titan’s first episode included the snapshot of the developmental injury in Eren Yeager’s life, the passing of his mom Carla, who was eaten by a Titan throughout the Fall of Shiganshina District. It was that occasion that sent Eren down the way he’s on; the last couple of episodes of Attack on Titan’s anime positively cause it to appear Eren is out to make someone pay for the revulsions of the world he’s lived in. Carla’s passing would be an ideal point of convergence for anything that Eren does straightaway.

Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 2 is listed 12 episodes.

The opening theme is titled “The Rumbling” and is being performed by SiM. The new ending theme is titled “Akuma no Ko (a child of evil)” and is being performed by Ai Higuchi

Attack on Titan: The Final Season 2 Part premiered on January 9, 2022.

Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 1 anime debuted on December 7, 2020.

You can watch the anime by following the link! – via Crunchyroll

The anime’s fourth season is portrayed by Crunchyroll as following:

“It’s been four years since the Scout Regiment reached the shoreline, and the world looks different now. Things are heating up as the fate of the Scout Regiment—and the people of Paradis—are determined at last. However, Eren is missing. Will he reappear before age-old tensions between Marleyans and Eldians result in the war of all wars?”

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The anime’s staff includes:

  • Yuichiro Hayashi as the Director
  • Hiroshi Seko as the Script Supervisor
  • Tomohiro Kishi as the Character Designer
  • Hiroyuki Sawano and Kohta Yamamoto as Music Composers
  • Shūhei Yabuta also joins the CGI Staff
  • Takahiro Uezono as the 3DCG Director
  • Animation Studio: MAPPA

The series is available on Crunchyroll, Funimation, AnimeLab and Aniplus Asia as well.

Attack on Titan manga chapter was released on February 9th in Japan.

Attack on Titan is a Japanese manga arrangement composed and represented by Hajime Isayama.

Attack on Titan has become a basic and business achievement. As of December 2019, the manga has more than 100 million tankōbon duplicates on paper around the world, making it extraordinary compared to other selling manga arrangements, time.


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