Hajime Isayama's New Years' Resolution: End Attack on Titan!

Manga author and "Bessatsu Shonen Magazine" share an aspiration illustration with Twitter

A close-up of Eren Jaeger's distraught face in a scene from the Attack on Titan TV anime.

 

What does Attack on Titan manga author Hajime Isayama aspire to do in the coming year of 2020? He aims to bring the massively popular series to a conclusion, or at least that's what a humorous illustration shared at a year-end meeting for Kodansha's Bessatsu Shonen Magazine implies.

 

 

A doodle by Attack on Titan manga author Hajime Isayama, featuring Eren Jaeger and a chibi Mikasa Ackermann, in which Isayama states his aspiration to conclude the series in 2020.

 

The image (above and below) features a doodle of Eren Jaeger (and Mikasa Ackermann, in chibi form) with Eren shouting the words "Rensai Kanryou!!" ("Serialization Complete!!") in Japanese. The image was published to the official Twitter feed of Kodansha's Bessatsu Shonen Magazine (in which Attack on Titan is serialized), with hash-tags indicating that the image illustrates Isayama's 2020 aspirations and that it was created at the magazine's 2019 year-end gathering.

 

A doodle by Attack on Titan manga author Hajime Isayama, featuring Eren Jaeger and a chibi Mikasa Ackermann, in which Isayama states his aspiration to conclude the series in 2020.

 

New Years' Resolutions rarely come to fruition, so likely Isayama is just having a bit of year-end fun. But it's good to have goals, right?

 

Source: Otakomu

 

Hime poses for a Crunchyroll ad banner.

 

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Paul Chapman is the host of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast and GME! Anime Fun Time.

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