Attack on Titan Creator Reveals Their Favorite Moment From the Series



Attack on Titan has gained widespread acclaim for its brutal sequences and shocking plot twists. Initially introduced as a manga written by Hajime Isayama, the creator has been engaging in various discussions about the series following its manga finale. With the final episode of Attack on Titan's anime adaptation scheduled for release this fall, Isayama recently took part in an interview where he shared his personal favorite scene from the series, known for its jaw-dropping revelations.


Without revealing too much prematurely, Isayama's favorite moment involves Reiner, also known as the Armored Titan. Initially portrayed as one of the Scout Regiment's formidable soldiers, it later came to light that he was not only an agent for the Marley nation but also the very Armored Titan that breached the walls in the series' debut anime episode. As is characteristic of numerous characters in the series, Reiner proved to be a complex individual, burdened by the choices he had made in the past and wrestling with his purpose in the future.







Attack on Titan: Reiner's Reveal

During the K MANGA launch event, Isayama unveiled that his favorite moment from Attack on Titan was the shocking revelation of Reiner and Bertholdt as the Armored and Colossal Titans, respectively. This pivotal moment took anime fans by surprise with its sudden impact. Isayama expressed his admiration for this earth-shattering revelation, explaining, "I was in the storyboarding room at Kodansha when the idea struck me after hours of contemplation at my desk. I felt immense excitement upon conceiving that scene. It holds a special place in my heart due to the process of its creation."









Although an exact release date for the final episode of Attack on Titan has not been announced, it has been confirmed that the anime adaptation will conclude in the fall. Given the shocking and harrowing events of the penultimate episode, which aired earlier this year, fans can anticipate significant character deaths as the series reaches its conclusion. Isayama has consistently stated that there are no plans for a sequel or spin-off, but the director's cut of the final chapter hints at the possibility of revisiting the world in the future.

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