Attack on Titan has come to an end after almost a decade on the air. It’s an emotional time for fans who haven’t been spoiled by the manga as they wait to learn what happens to their favorite characters.
Here’s How It Will End
In a panel discussion at IGN Fan Fest, the English voice actors of Attack on Titan discussed the development of their characters throughout the course of the show. Eren and Mikasa’s characters Trina Nishimura and Bryce Papenbrook have both said that they haven’t been spoiled on the final outcome of the story.
On the other hand, Japanese voice actor Yuki Kaji, who is known to have sobbed during rehearsals for the last season of the program, had an entirely different experience. Even though Kaji had read the manga extensively, he was still unable to cope with the intensity of portraying it on stage.
In contrast to Eren, Nishimura argues that Mikasa hasn’t undergone nearly as much change as the protagonist, but that recent events have had an impact on her image of her. Nishimura, in general, is eager to see how the story concludes.
Some Information You Need To Know
Attack on Titan was a huge hit in North America when it was published in English in 2014. In April of 2021, the last chapter of the manga was published to mixed reviews from the series’ devotees, prompting some to question whether the anime will go a different route.
Soon enough, we’ll know. The last two episodes will broadcast on February 28th and 29th, respectively. If you’d like to read our thoughts on the first episode of the last season of Attack on Titan, you can do so right here.