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Attack on Titan Season 2 Trailer and Air Date! stars

Announced originally in July 2016, a trailer for the second season of the highly popular anime adaptation of Attack on Titan by WIT Studio has been released!
It was revealed earlier this month in the 21st volume of the manga that the anime would air in April 2017. Check out the trailer now!

Don't forget to also check out our previous video interview with some of the production staff of Attack of Titan!

Attack on Titan (PS4) Review stars

So first came the manga, then the anime, and then the live action movie, now comes the game! So cue the German chant chorus because here comes Attack on Titan (PS4) by Koei Tecmo. This game is coming out just in time for the fans that are waiting for the second season of the anime to begin. Is this what all fans are waiting for or is this just another bomb like Humanity in Chains?

Attack on Titan Museum Photos and Report stars

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The exhibit for Shingeki no Kyojin, also known as Attack on Titan, opened in Ueno Mori Museum on November 28, 2014. Based on the manga series, the museum displayed many scenes from the comic with original sketch work and enlarged poster boards. Some of the artwork were even colored and framed throughout the exhibit. I happened to pass by in December and found out that there were still tickets available so my curiosity led me there. Photos galore, read more!

UNIVERSAL COOL JAPAN to feature Evangelion, Attack on Titan, Biohazard and Monster Hunter stars

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If you're a fan of games and anime, then Universal Studios Japan has a special treat for you! Well, that is assuming you're planning on booking a trip to Japan sometime within the beginning of 2015. From January 23 to May 10, UNIVERSAL COOL JAPAN will be taking over the amusement park for a total of 108 days. In addition to the previously announced Biohazard (Resident Evil) and Monster Hunter, the main attraction for Universal Cool Japan will also include a special 4D Evangelion attraction along with a full reproduction of a life-sized Titan from Attack on Titan to showcase these special entertainment brands in an immersive environment. More details on the attractions themselves after the jump.

Attack on Titan Part One (Blu-ray/DVD) Review stars

Arguably one of the most popular manga and anime series currently out right now, Attack on Titan seems to have captured the world by storm. Featuring a deep story, engaging characters, towering giants, hack-and-slash action, teen drama and a lot of blood and gore, Attack on Titan is a series that features something for everyone. Available now, FUNimation has brought the popular series home, not only having it aired on Cartoon Network's Toonami, but also on Blu-ray and DVD pack as Part One (episodes 1-13).

Attack on Titan Interview stars

With its excellent dystopian storyline, Wilt Studio's anime adaptation of Hajime Isayama's Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin) is currently one of the most popular anime series out there. Sakura-Con invited several of the anime's production staff to Seattle in April 2014 for their annual convention. Members included the voice of "Mikasa Ackerman" Yui Ishikawa, character designer Kyoji Asano, animation producer Tetsuya Nakatake and series producer Tesuya Kinoshita.

Check out our exclusive sit down video interview with them and hear all about their favorite moments from working on the epic series along with other production notes and more!

Attack on Titan's Marketing Blitzkrieg to Include Visual Novels, Mobile Card Game in Japan stars

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One of the hottest anime series this season has been Production I.G,'s Attack on Titan, and for good reason. The tale of humans versus giants is so chalk full of plot twists and brutality that I've actually dubbed it as the anime industry's equivalent of Game of Thrones; as anyone who's seen up to episode five at the very least can attest to. The series' stunning and serious opening credits have been parodied countless times on YouTube and Nico Nico, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that Production I.G. has teamed up with some of the most well-respected video game companies in Japan to expand the universe aside from the usual anime collectibles, manga and anime series.

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