Attack on Titan Season 4 Trailer
Photo Credit: Studio MAPPA

Hajime İsayama‘s perfectly written manga Attack on Titan is getting ready to end with only a few chapters left and the war is reaching out onto its most intense level and the anime adaptation of the manga with the same name with its fourth and final season is getting ready for its huge debut.

The fourth and final season was confirmed that studio MAPPA is going to be taking care of the animation and the trailer was released on May 29, 2020 that got fans so hyped for the season, the trailer gave the first look of our favorite characters, Eren Yeager, Armin Arlert, Mikasa Ackerman, Levi Ackerman, Reiner Braun and many more.

You can check out the trailer below if you haven’t already:

All of the Attack on Titan trailers had an astounding amount of views on Youtube but the latest trailer of the anime had surpassed 7 million views and it has been only two weeks since it was released. The closest trailer with views is Attack on Titan season 3 part 2 with 5.8 million views.

Attack on Titan is a Japanese manga arrangement both composed and represented by Hajime Isayama. It is set in a dreamland where humankind lives inside regions encompassed by three huge walls that shield them from colossal man-eating humanoids alluded to as Titans. The arrangement initially started in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine on September 9, 2009, and it has been gathered into 31 tankōbon volumes as of April 2020.

The manga has been adjusted into an anime TV arrangement created by Wit Studio (seasons 1 to 3). The 25-episode first season was communicated from April to September 2013. The 12-episode second season was communicated from April to June 2017. The 22-episode third season was communicated in two sections, with the initial episodes episodes circulated from July to October 2018 and the last 10 episodes publicized from April to July 2019. The fourth and last season has been declared to debut in October 2020.

Attack on Titan has become a basic and business achievement. As of December 2019, the manga has 100 million tankōbon duplicates in print worldwide, making it a standout amongst other selling manga arrangement. It has won a few honors, including the Kodansha Manga Award, the Micheluzzi Award, and Harvey Award.The anime arrangement has likewise been generally welcomed by pundits with the initial three seasons being met with acclaim for its story, animation, music and voice acting, and has end up being amazingly fruitful in Japan, U.S., Europe and Asia, in this manner boosting the arrangement’s notoriety. Despite the fact that it has increased noteworthy acclaim and prevalence in Japan’s neighboring nations, political understandings of the arrangement have caused debates in China and South Korea.


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