Attack on Titan Gets New Illustration For MAPPA Showcase
Truly a surprise for Eren's fans.
Recently, MAPPA revealed a new illustration for several anime projects the studio is working on, including Attack on Titan. Well, here’s everything you need to know about it.
Attack on Titan is definitely one of the best anime/manga series ever created. The first season of the anime adaptation premiered in 2013, and it instantly grabbed the entire community’s interest.
The anime came back with the fourth and final season in December 2020. The first part of Season 4 consisted of 16 episodes, and now, everyone’s waiting for the release of Season 4, Part 2.
- More: Will Attack on Titan Anime Have a Different Ending Than Manga?
MAPPA Showcase 2021
Interestingly, MAPPA confirmed that its 10th-anniversary showcase exhibition would be held in Tokyo. The show will take place at the Tokyo Anime Center from September 25 to November 14.
At the showcase, MAPPA will feature production materials from Attack on Titan, The God of High School, The Gymnastics Samurai, Jujutsu Kaisen, and Mr. Love: Queen’s Choice.
Surprisingly, ahead of the exhibition’s start, MAPPA revealed an illustration featuring Eren Yeager. Here you go, take a look at it yourself:
As pointed out by several fans online, Eren’s shadow is the character’s younger self smiling. Of course, the illustration is a sample of the “wealth of goods” that will be available at the event. However, every AOT is still going insane over Eren’s picture.
Besides Attack on Titan Final Season, MAPPA revealed new illustrations for other projects, including Jujutsu Kaisen. You can check every single one of them on the official website.
Manga readers already know how the story of Eren Yeager comes to an end, but anime fans are still waiting for the final season to come back. MAPPA confirmed that AOT Season 4 Part 2 would premiere in January 2022; however, we still don’t have the exact release date.