Remarks about the Attack on Titan Ending by the Manga Editor!
Attack on Titan has been dominating the world with its tight plot and curious characters for years. It has received many positive reviews from critics and fans alike, along with achieving high commercial success. The manga is set to release its final chapter in just some days and fans are going gaga over it.
The Japanese manga series is written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama, with the first chapter being released on September 9, 2009. So this shows the franchise has been in the market for a long time because of continuous demands from the readers. Read on to find out about the update of Attack on Titan’s ending.
Attack on Titan: What is it about?
The story centres around a boy called Eren Yeager, who lives in the outermost of three circular walls protecting humans from Titans. When their wall gets attacked and collapses, his mother is eaten by a Titan. He swears to avenge the death of his mother and enlists in the military along with his friends, Mikasa and Armin.
Their fight against the monsters intensifies as they try to protect their land and people. As the battle keeps continuing, they uncover various mysteries about Titans, their own civilisation and what lies beyond the walls.
What did the Editor say about the Attack on Titan Ending?
The Editor posted a message on the official Twitter account regarding the final chapter of the manga. The post reads, “On Eren’s birthday, I received the final chapter of Attack on Titan. Everyone, please look forward to reading the chapter in the May issue of Bessatsu Magazine. Thank you for 11 years and 7 months of hard work Isayama-Kun”.
This pretty much sums up that the final chapter has been completed entirely. The Editor also shares another post addressing the netizens regarding the leaks of the chapters. He requests fans not to share leaks anything about the series should they come across any.
He also reminded fans that the publisher company Kodansha has started taking legal actions against several accounts and individuals. And that they’ll take measures against illegal uploads of images and texts regardless of the country.