Since its anime debut in 2013, “Attack on the Titan” has been a phenomenon on its own as well as in pop culture. Despite the fact that there was a break of about four years between its first season and the short. Its popularity never waned, given the lack of a second season to air in 2017.
For those who somehow haven’t heard at least the basic premise: the story is set in a world in which humanity is trapped within huge walls as they attempt to escape being eaten by giant human and mindless creatures called Titans. We do. As the ongoing season progresses, the story becomes progressively more layered and complex, introducing political intrigue and radically changing the genre entirely at the end of season three.
The third season to be aired was widely and almost unanimously recognized as the best anime ever, and many were eagerly awaiting how it would end in its fourth and final season.
The final season began airing in late 2020, marketed only as its first half. But it was not certain that the second half would be released. It was just announced that the second half of season four would be aired in winter in 2022, though none are definitive.
After the first season’s new episode, which had not been seen for any anime before, and which elevated television titans such as “Lost” and “The Walking Dead”.
The biggest change in the making of the final season was that Animation Studios switched from Wit Studios to MAPPA. A large portion of the fundics faced this change with considerable skepticism, but MAPPA proved with these first sixteen episodes that they were the perfect choice to end this epic in both story and animation aspects.
Both the manga and anime are still of the highest quality and a perfect entry point for anyone trying to explore the anime medium. Because it lacks common stereotypic anime reactions and humor. If the final manages to stop the landing, “Attack on Titan” will cement itself as one of the most important fictional narratives in popular media.