Attack on Titan has announced a special fan event to be held to celebrate the final episodes of the popular series to air in January.
Attack on Titan announces a special event to be held before the final episodes of the series. The final season, which aired in two parts, premiered in December of 2020. The part 1 finale premiered in March of 2021, and viewers have been eagerly awaiting the conclusion ever since. The second half of the final season is set to begin airing on January 9, 2022.
The anime, originally adapted from the Hajime Isayama manga series, running since September of 2013 to several critical successes. The story follows young Eren, a boy who promises to wipe out from the world the giants known as the Titans, who kills his mother and is about to wipe out the human race. The series has received almost all the praise from the audience since it started. After it started airing in 2013, it became the number one selling anime in Japan that year. With incredibly high ratings (including 8 episodes of almost unheard of 9.9 on IMDB), fans will be delighted with the new announcement.
On October 18, shingeki.tv (the show’s official website) shared a link on their Twitter page for a special event. Those who follow the link will see a page outlining the details for an event that will celebrate the conclusion of this beloved series. The event will be held at the Kawaguchi Comprehensive Cultural Center in Kawaguchi, Japan on November 14, 2021. It also boasts exciting guest performances from many of the series ’leading actors including Yuki Kaji (Eren), Yui Ishikawa (Mikasa), Marina Inoue (Armin), Kisho Taniyama (Jean), and Yu Kobayashi (Sasha). It is currently unclear what exactly will happen at the special event, but the announcement has sparked a lot of talk of a “display. “Check out the ad below:
“Attack on Titan” The End Time SPECIAL EVENT
There is judgment!
Date: 2021/11/14 (Sun) Opening at 16:00 and opening at 17:00
Venue: Kawaguchi Comprehensive Cultural Center Lilia Main Hall
Starring: Yuki Kaji, Yui Ishikawa, Marina Inoue, Kisho Taniyama, Yu Kobayashi / MC Chiaki Matsuzawa
– Official account of the anime “Attack on Titan” (@anime_shingeki) October 18, 2021
While the actual events of the night remain a mystery, fans can be confident that this event is different from many other fan events they may have attended in the past. Most of the announcement is taken by rules to keep activity safe in the COVID environment. Attendees are expected to disinfect their hands and soles with their shoes upon arrival. Masks should be worn regularly. Once the event is over, attendees will not be allowed to leave until assigned by a staff member. Fans are also encouraged to avoid bringing gifts for the performers.
Despite these new rules, it’s likely to be an unforgettable experience for fans. While the exact details are not known, it is safe to say that the event was a show of some kind. The details of the announcement make it clear that fans will remain in their seats until the end of the event, unlike many other fan conventions. With a small note at the bottom of the notice saying that the event will not receive questions about the details of the show, fans were left scratching their heads at the evening’s activities. Due to the inclusion of so many actors in the show, there will probably be a live reading of the stage. It is also possible Attack of the Titans fans You can get a sneak preview of the episodes that will come in the final run of the series. The only real way to find out is to attend Attack on Titan event, which will begin at 5:00 pm on Nov. 14.
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