The Attack on Titan manga is still one of the most popular Japanese comics in the world, but this fall, a new anthology of stories set in Hajime Isayama’s bleak world of human-chomping giants is coming from a team of western creators—not as a manga, but an American-style comic—and there are some huge names taking part.
Need more Attack on Titan in your life? Some of our favorite comics creators, including Gail Simone, Scott Snyder, Brenden Fletcher, Kevin Wada, and Faith Erin Hicks, are giving us more human-munching giants in an upcoming comics anthology.
This evening, the live-action Attack on Titan movie was shown at theaters across North America. Some moviegoers have been waiting for this day. The subtitle screw up, though, they could’ve done without.
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We got our first glimpse of the live action Attack On Titan movie back in March, and now, there’s a full trailer of the film on the web. It’s big, intense and very, very exciting to see.
One of the most depressing shows I have watched is also one of the greatest. Attack on Titan is many things at once: an anime, a look at human nature, a horrifying tale of defeat.
The Asylum is known for monster/disaster moies like Sharknado, and straightto-home video homages to big-budget movies with cheap-o simulacrums such as Transmorphers. Now they be known for copyright infringement, as their new movie has a monster that is clearly one of Attack on Titan's Titans.
Attack on Titan is not content with merely being the most popular manga and anime series on the planet; it’s also jumping into the world of live-action with a movie later this year. But now, it’s also getting a tie-in live action TV show, too! Are we ready for the Attack on Titan Shared Universe?
There's been a verrrry small glimpse of footage released (during a Japanese talk show), but now the first real teaser for the much-anticipated live-action movie of the hit manga and anime is here, and wow.
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There's something about the Colossal Titan that means regardless of the form it comes in, it's always weird looking. I mean, it is a giant skinless monstrosity that chomps on the last of humanity, but it's an impressive feat that it still manages to get the creep factor in. Just look at that tiny, hulking body!
Universal Studios in Japan has constructed an Attack on Titan experience that allows guests to enjoy the feeling of being trapped inside the massive jaws of a Titan. Amazing.
You know, the first thing that pops into my head whenever I think of Attack On Titan and it's giant, humanity-chomping titans, it's "These horrifying monsters really could do with some bear ears". I'm so glad Medicom are here to alleviate this pressing concern.
Are you 1) heading to Japan in the next few months, 2) an Attack on Titan fan and 3) not utterly freaked out by the above picture? If you said yes to all three questions, then you might consider stopping by Universal Studios Japan for an Attack on Titan-themed attraction that will blow your tiny, non-Titan-sized mind.
Tomorrow, an Attack on Titan exhibit will open in Tokyo. Here is your first peek at what's in store.
Here's the good news: The makers of the Attack on Titan TV series have finally officially announced that the hit anime will get a second season. Now the bad news: It's not going to debut until 2016. UGH. Well, at least we have the compilation films and the live-action movie to tide us over...
If you haven't heard, massively popular manga and anime series Attack On Titan is getting a live-action movie. And this is the very first look at the adapted characters (including some new characters as well).