It is in Japan, in the middle of Shinjuku station, that Attack on Titan celebrated the release of its latest volume. For the occasion, a huge light banner was installed for fans.
It is in the heart of Shinjuku Station, one of Tokyo’s busiest subway stations that The attack of the Titans surprised his fans this week. After editing a titanic edition of its first two chapters a few days ago, the series is about to publish tomorrow, wednesday june 9 in japan, its very last volume. A final point that comes after 139 breathless chapters and 12 years of waiting since its first publication in Japan in Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine.
With 12 years of gratitude …
JR Shinjuku Station East-West Free Passage 🚉
『 #Attack on Titan ]Special movie “Inspiring Giants” is being aired ✨
All giants gather in a large vision with a length of 45.6 m! ️ pic.twitter.com/wv57M8DK6P
— Bessatsu Shonen Magazine[Official](@BETSUMAGAnews) June 7, 2021
To celebrate the end of the manga, the Japanese publisher of the series had therefore done things in a big way, by installing an LED screen over 45 meters long, one of the largest ever created by the country. It includes several cult characters from the saga, as well as messages from the manga’s editorial team.
See you on October 13 in France
If the Japanese will be able to discover the last volume of the saga tomorrow, in France it will be necessary to arm yourself with a little patience. Pika, the editor in charge of The attack of the Titans in our green lands, has indeed confirmed the arrival of volume 34 for next October 13. This final publication will consist of 256 pages, including several unpublished plates compared to the original publication of the last chapter in Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine.