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Definite Possibility for Part 2: Will There Be A Part 2 for Attack On Titan Final Season and When is it to be aired? Read Now

Will There Be A Part 2 for Attack On Titan Final Season: When is it to be aired?

Since yesterday’s episode marks the last one for the Attack on Titan: The final season, fans are left with a big question flashing at them: Will there be a part two for the final season? When will it be aired? The last episode left fans in a very difficult position of suspense as it ended just when Eren transformed, and this time with the powers of the Warhammer Titan in him. We saw a glimpse of Reiner in an aircraft right before the “to be continued”.

attack on titan final season. Will There Be A Part 2 for Attack On Titan Final Season: When is it to be aired?
Attack On Titan an Anime Television Series

Attack on Titan (Japanese: Shingeki no Kyojin) is perhaps one of the greatest TV shows ever made. It is undoubtedly one of the most popular anime of all time, and will likely go down in history as an all-time classic. Attack on Titan made it’s debut in 2013 and was a smash hit not only in Asia but in the west too, because of the incredible combat scenes, the gut wrenching animations and of course the charming characters. When we look at IMDB’s top tv show episode ratings, the number one spot is surprisingly held by Anime TV shows with with at least 1,000 ratings.

Attack On Titan Final Season: Storyline

The attack on titan revolves around the life of Eren Jaegar whose mother is devoured by a titan during an attack. Humans are slaughtered, exterminated by giant creatures called Titans. These Titans are man eating humanoids, seem to have no intelligence, devour humans and seem to do it for pleasure rather than as a source of food. A small percentage of humanity survived by walling themselves in a city, protected by extremely high walls. Eren and his foster sister Mikasa witness something horrific as the city walls are destroyed by the Colossal Titan that appears out of the blue. As smaller titans flood the city, Eren watches in horror as his mother was eaten alive. Eren vows that he will rid the humans from the complete existence of these Titans. The story sounds simple enough, but as the plot progresses, things get a lot more complicated and a lot darker. Attack on Titan’s fourth and final season started to air in December 2020.

Attack on Titan Season 3, Episode 17: “HERO” is currently sitting at #1 with a 9.9 rating, right above Game of Thrones‘ Season 6 finale. Moreover, Attack on Titan has another episode in the top ten and three more in the top 50, which is interspersed with acclaimed shows like Breaking Bad and The West Wing.

Attack On Titan: Will there be a part two for the final season?

The team at Mappa studio has made things official that Attack on Titan will continue in the winter of 2022, with the part two for season four(final season) and that is where the anime will end. The season’s first part included sixteen episodes but the studio hasn’t announced anything related to the number of episodes in the next part. With Eren starting his own band of dissidents, known as the “Jaegerists”, the Survey Corps now has threats from both inside and outside of their walls that might be far too much to handle.

This part of the final season is said to be the best one yet.

Attack On Titan at its BEST

Attack on Titan is so gripping throughout each and every episode because of the phenomenal music that comes along the critical scenes. Whether it is a combat scene, a titan fight or even an emotional scene, the music is always on point. Attack on titan is known to have the best soundtracks among all of the other Anime series. The opening themes from the first season will truly stand the test of time, as both “Crimson Bow and Arrow” and “Wings of Freedom” featured incredible instrumental and orchestral performances.

The show  is said to have the best character developments of all time. The female characters being so fierce and so graceful, they are literally a sight to behold. Typical Shonen Anime depict their female characters in a rather crude way but Attack on Titan did absolute justice to its female characters. Mikasa, being one of the strongest fighters in the series is also one of the strongest and fearless characters. She suffered traumatic loss and yet outshone everyone. Historia/Krista probably has the best character development as she goes from being a shy, fragile and innocent girl to being the queen of the Paradis Island. Hanji Zoe is the perfect commander and leader one can desire.

Other Anime series like Naruto and Dragonball z have quite a few of filler episodes in order to give the plot to advance and progress but Attack on Titan has none of these filler episodes. The anime is so spontaneous, you cannot even skip a few minutes or even a few seconds. So much happens in one single episode. So far, the anime does not have any filler episodes, which is quite refreshing because the studio could have easily added fillers in order to stretch things out and milk the franchise.

Shonen manga and anime have always been aimed towards young demographics, particularly young male teens, which is why most series contain PG-level violence, but it also explains why most of the protagonists are teenage boys. The desire Eren possesses to avenge his mother’s death and wipe the Titans’ existence from the earth is the strongest and the maximum of how much Shonen characteristics Attack on Titan contains.

The anime contains a lot of violence and gory themes, there are enough instances where the terror of war, torture, genocide, bloodbath, mass destruction and other dark themes are touched upon and this is what makes AOT appropriate for adult viewership, especially when they learn more about that dark time in human history.

Attack on Titan revolves around the brutal realities of war, rife with themes of death, loss, duty, and perseverance. The show’s first season establishes the dystopian world and the core mysteries surrounding the origin of the Titans.

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