This week's episode 3 of Kiss Him, Not Me adapts the second volume of the manga's opening story, in which Kae's class presents a cosplay cafe for their school's cosplay festival. The anime keeps the bit in Junko's manga where her friends Yūsuke Igarashi and Amane Nakano wear Attack on Titan uniforms. The thing is, Kae's voice actress had a role in Attack on Titan, and a rather notable one at that.
If you like talking heads, you'll love the first set of screens for the upcoming Attack on Titan adventure game. As previously reported, Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death puts players in the role of a Survey Corps member in a dire situation, lost in a castle with no equipment. Together with the help of the series' stars you'll attempt to survive and escape. Read on for the first screens.
The much talked about Attack on Titan Antholog is finally out this week. The book is a new collaboration between Attack on Titan creator Hajime Isayama and an all-star roster of Western comics creators, including a variety ranging from Scott Snyder (Batman) and Gail Simone (Birds of Prey) to Kate Leth (Kate or Die!) and Ronald Wimberly (Prince of Cats). With its release, Kodansha has posted a look at the process behind Paolo Rivera's cover.
The latest issue of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu is here with a reveal of the next Attack on Titan game. Now that we've had our fill of action thanks to Koei Tecmo and Omega Force's efforts, Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death takes the Titan-evading saga back to Nintendo 3DS for an adventure game outing. Read on for more.
Coming next month, Kodansha will be presenting Attack on Titan Anthology, the new collaboration between Attack on Titan creator Hajime Isayama and an all-star roster of Western comics creators, including a variety ranging from Scott Snyder (Batman) and Gail Simone (Birds of Prey) to Kate Leth (Kate or Die!) and Ronald Wimberly (Prince of Cats). With it now available for order, they've posted a promo trailer.Get a look after the jump.
Attack on Titan editor Shintaro Kawakubo has been pretty consistent about when Hajime Isayama's Attack on Titan manga is going to end. So, if it's still on track, it has maybe a year-and-a-half to two years to go. Isayama has likewise commented that it's now going into the climax. The series takes a big (titanic) step in that direction with October issue of Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine and the secret of...
Sales rises again as the story approaches its climax. According to the latest Oricon report, the 463-yen regular edition of the 20th volume of Hajime Isayama's Shingeki no Kyojin/Attack on Titan manga released on August 9 sold an impressive 917,057 copies in its first week, taking the top place in the weekly manga sales chart. Hit the jump for more details.
With less than two weeks to go before the game hits America, Koei Tecmo has posted a launch trailer for their new Attack on Titan game. Watch as the Scouts try to take down the familiar Armored Titan and the less familiar Beast (or Bestial) Titan (aka Ape Titan aka Monkey Trouble) after the jump.
After a lot of material with conspiracies and secret histories, the Attack on Titan manga has gotten back to the terrifying basics of battling titans to defend and retake the walls. Released in Japan August 9th, volume 20 with chapters 79-82 will feature plenty of this, along with an epilogue that sets the stage for the series' climax. More after the jump.
Due out in North America this September, the Attack on Titan Coloring Book aims to get in on that ever-growing market of coloring activity books for adults. Only… aren't those supposed to provide stress relief? I can't think of anything more stressful than coloring in the dead that litter the streets within the walls, but it also appears as if the book has a lighthearted side. Hit the jump for more.