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    Thursday August 13, 2015
  • "Attack on Titan" Manga 18th Volume Comes with Eren Santa Figure

    Next volume will be released on December 9

    Good Smile Company has announced that a 65mm-tall Nendoroid Petite figure of Eren Yeager in a Santa costume will be bundled with the limited edition of the upcoming 18th volume of Hajime Isayama's mega popular manga series Attack on Titan to be released on December 9. Check the details after the jump.

  • Tuesday August 11, 2015
  • "Attack on Titan: Junior High" Anime Character Designs Previewed

    Meet younger versions of Eren, Mikasa and Armin

    You may know the cast of Attack on Titan, but are you familiar with their younger incarnations? Hyping this fall's Production I.G anime adaptation of Saki Nakagawa's Attack on Titan: Junior High spin-off manga, the series' Twitter feed has starting introducing the members of Titan Jr. High beginning with the principals. Get a look after the jump.

  • "Bakemonogatari" Hitagi Senjougahara, "Attack on Titan" Jean and "Frozen" Ladies Featured as Foot-Tall Real Action Hero Figures

    Figures scheduled for spring 2016

    Medicom Toy has planned the latest additions to its 30cm tall, Real Action Heroes premium figure line. As in the cases with RAH pre-orders, these ones are scheduled a for a bit far-out. Attack on Titan's Jean Kirstein and Frozen's Anna are scheduled for March 2016. They're followed by Anna and a Bakemonogatari Hitagi Senjougahara in April. Get a look after the jump.

  • Friday August 7, 2015
  • 90cm Class Female Titan Figure Goes on Sale

    A 1/3 scale A Good Librarian Like a Good Shepherd Tsugumi Shirasaki is also being offered

    She's made limited appearances at events before, but the huge Attack on Titan 90cm class Female Titan figure from A-Toys, makers of large figures like the 1/3 scale Pochaco,  the 1/2 the scale Sonico and Queen's Blade Catteya figures as well as the 1/3rd scale MAOYU Demon King figure, is now available for general order. Get a look after the jump.

  • VIDEO: PG12 Version PV for "Attack on Titan" Live-Action Films Posted

    2nd part "End of the World" hits Japanese theaters September 19

    Toho today posted a 140-second new PG12 (Parental guidance requested for young people under 12 years) version PV for the two-part live-action film adaptation of Hajime Isayama's mega hit manga series Attack on Titan. Check the clip after the jump (Warning: the video contains graphic violence and gore).

  • Thursday August 6, 2015
  • VIDEO: Kodansha Posts PV for "Attack on Titan" Manga 17th Volume

    Limited edition comes with the 1st volume of the Kansai dialect version

    Following the 15-second CM narrated by kids speaking in the Kansai dialect, Kodansha has also posted a 50-second PV for the upcoming 17th volume of Hajime Isayama's mega popular manga series Attack on Titan, featuring the scenes from the latest episodes in the volume (Spoiler Alert). Check the clip after the jump.

  • Wednesday August 5, 2015
  • Koei Tecmo America Posts English "Attack on Titan" Game Trailer

    2016. Prepare for humanity's last stand!

    Koei Tecmo America has posted an English version of the promo for their upcoming Attack on Titan game along with the announcement that the project developed by the Warriors/Muso games' Omega Force under the simple working title Attack on Titan is currently planned for release in 2016 in the West. Get a look after the jump.

  • Tuesday August 4, 2015
  • "Attack on Titan" Game in the Works for Sony Platform at Koei Tecmo

    Unspecified PlayStation entry announced in pages of manga

    There aren't many details at the moment, but a new Attack on Titan game project was revealed in the pages of the 17th Japanese volume of Hajime Isayama's manga. All we know at the moment is that Koei Tecmo is behind it and it's coming to an unspecified PlayStation platform. Read on for more.

  • Weekend Box Office: "Attack on Titan" 1st Live-Action Film Wins Over "Minions"

    It is expected to earn around 4 billion yen from its domestic run

    The first part of the two-part live-action film adaptation of Hajime Isayama's mega hit manga series Attack on Titan finally released on 427 screens in Japan last Saturday. Despite its mixed reviews due to many changes from the original, the Shinji Higuchi-directed film had a narrow win over Minions in its first weekend. Hit the jump for more details.