Attack on Titan manga has been relentlessly making a beeline for its enormous finale, and the series creator Hajime Isayama is in any event, beginning to consider what he’ll take on next after it’s everywhere. This implies each new part is more extraordinary than any other time in recent memory as the last peak of the arrangement keeps on unfurling in the war among Eren and the remainder of the world.
Attack on Titan is an overall wonder at that point take them to the renowned Madison Square Garden field in New York City, where Kodansha authorized a giant wall painting to celebrate more than 100 million copies of the manga’s 30 volumes available for use.
The 100 million copies incorporate both print and digital copies, and it’s for all copies around the world. The arrangement achieved this accomplishment multi-decade after Hajime Isayama propelled the manga in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine in 2009.
Isayama reviewed the harsh design draft for the last board of the manga arrangement on the MBS narrative program Jōnetsu Tairiku in November 2018.
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