Fans of “Attack on Titan” have to be very strong now. As the author announced last weekend, the hunt for the titans will soon come to an end.
As “Attack on Titan” mangaka Hajime Isayama announced on Sunday during the unveiling ceremony of an “Attack on Titan” statue in Hita during his speech, his hit-shounen “Attack on Titan” is slowly but surely coming to an end. That left about one to two percent of the story left before it came to its deserved ending. He did not specify exactly how many chapters this information includes.
In previous interviews, the mangaka announced that the story had already reached 95% and that he wanted to end the series in 2020.
During the unveiling ceremony of an “Attack on Titan” statue in Hita, the author said in a speech that only about one to two percent of the story of “Attack on Titan” is left. Isayama announced in December last year that he would like to end the series soon.
Hajime Isayama started “Attack on Titan” in September 2009 in “Bessatsu Shōnen” magazine. Kodansha Verlag has so far brought 32 volumes to the Japanese market, 30 of which have already been published in German by Carlsen Verlag.
The anime adaptation currently consists of three seasons with a total of 59 episodes produced by WIT Studio.
Cover of Volume 1
In 2000 years, humanity – or what is left of it – will live behind huge walls. Because the world outside is ruled by giant titans who apparently only have one goal: to eat people! Only the young Eren Jäger does not want to accept this and join the reconnaissance troop to defeat the giants and discover the world. But when one day a titan of enormous proportions looks over the wall, Eren quickly suspects that after a hundred years of peace, his village is facing another catastrophe.