Attack on Titan gets art exhibition in Japan for the finale

With the closing of Assault on Titan approaching, an exhibition was created to point out followers all the small print of the finale.

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On January 9 in Japan, the Assault on Titan The Closing Season anime will premiere the second half of its remaining season. Many followers are wanting ahead to the conclusion and to make them extra excited, big artwork installations have been made to convey out the small print of the collection’ finale. Kodansha.

The installations are centered on the following 5 episodes of Assault on Titan with storyboards, keyframes, and designs, obtainable at Tokyū Dogenzaka Pleased Board, from Shibuya; within the Set Tremendous Premium Tokyo Metro/ Shinjuku Metro, in Tokyo; on Sakurabashi Avenue from the station JR West / Osaka, in Osaka; and never JR Tokai/ Nagoya Vast Wall, in Nagoya.

The principle artwork on a wall in Tokyo is listed as being about 7 by 22 meters and can be obtainable for a restricted time, till January ninth. The brand new episodes of Assault on Titan The Closing Season can be broadcast on Funimation and crunchyroll. (through Otaku USA Journal)

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Synopsis of Assault on Titan

A century in the past, the grotesque giants often known as the Titans appeared and consumed all however just a few thousand people. The survivors took refuge behind big partitions. Right now, the specter of the Titans is a distant reminiscence, and a boy named Eren yearns to discover the world past Wall Maria. However what started as a childhood dream will turn into a really actual nightmare when the Titans return and humanity is as soon as once more getting ready to extinction.” (through Kodansha)

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