The final episode of Attack on Titan is highly anticipated by fans around the world, with Studio MAPPA promising to deliver a horrific entry in the anime adaptation’s history. As the Scout Regiment prepares to face off against Eren Jaeger and his army of Colossal Titans, the anime series is set to translate the controversial ending of the manga into its final moments on screen. For those who haven’t had the opportunity to read the dark and thrilling series by Hajime Isayama, the Humble Bundle Attack on Titan sale is extending its offer, allowing fans to pick up the entire series and beyond.
While the main Attack on Titan series has recently received a boost in popularity thanks to its crossover with Fortnite, the bleak and fascinating universe created by Hajime Isayama has also given rise to a number of spin-off series that delve deeper into the world of the Eldian curse and the rampaging behemoths that threaten humanity. Manga series such as Attack on Titan: Before The Fall, Attack on Titan: No Regrets, and Attack on Titan: The Harsh Mistress of The City offer readers a chance to further explore what life was like inside the walls on the island of Paradis. For those seeking a lighter take on the series, entries like Spoof on Titan and Attack on Titan: Junior High follow the story of the Scout Regiment in a more humorous fashion.
Kodansha, one of the biggest competitors to Shonen Jump, is responsible for printing a number of major anime franchises, including Tokyo Revengers, Cells at Work, and Fire Force. However, Attack on Titan remains one of the most popular properties under Kodansha’s banner, and the manga publisher is eager to promote this sale to its readers. Thanks to Humble Bundle, readers can take advantage of the extended manga sale until April 20th of this month.
As for the final episode of Attack on Titan, MAPPA has yet to reveal when it will be released, with only a general release window of fall 2023 being given. Fans are eagerly anticipating the grand finale, especially after the previous installment ended with Armin and company facing down Eren in his horrifying Founding Titan form. The original manga ending was quite controversial when it was first released, so it will be interesting to see how the anime adaptation handles the final moments of the series.