Exponential action is unleashed in the part 3 and final season of Attack on Titan.

Fans can get a preview of the heart-pounding fights to come in Part 3 of Attack on Titan: The Final Season in a brand-new trailer.

Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 3 has a thrilling new trailer.

Many of the Colossal Titans that Eren and his team will have to face in the exciting final battle for the future of humanity are introduced in the new trailer, which Pony Canyon has formally released. The crew of the anime also revealed that SiM, the group that performed the opening themes for Part 2 in the live-streamed special where the trailer first debuted, would return to perform the series' new theme song, "Under the Tree." The first hour of Part 3 is scheduled to broadcast on March 3 as a one-hour special, and the second hour is scheduled to air later this year.

Exponential action is unleashed in the part 3 and final season of Attack on Titan.

Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 3

After Eren made a crucial choice in Part 2, which resulted in the release of thousands of Colossal Titans inside the boundaries of Paradis Island in a massive event known as "The Rumbling," The Final Season Part 3 takes up immediately after that. The final trailer contrasts Eren's current self with a younger, more innocent version of him in which he embraces the idea of freedom by allowing the Titans to destroy the barriers that, in his opinion, confine mankind.

From September 2009 to April 2021, the initial Attack on Titan manga by Hajime Isayama was published in Bessatsu Shonen. Although Seasons 1-4 of the Attack on Titan series were created by Wit Studio, The Final Season is being directed by Yuichiro Hayashi (of Kakegurui and Garo the Animation) and composed by Hiroshi Seko (of Mob Psycho 100 and Vinland Saga). The series' chief animators are Case Closed's Daisuke Niinuma and Manabu Akita (Dororo 2019, The God of High School.) The primary character designer is My Little Monster's, Tomohiro Kishi.

Attack on Titan Manga Sales

As of September 2022, more than 110 million copies of the Attack on Titan manga series were in circulation globally, making it one of the best-selling manga series of all time. Throughout the years, it has also accumulated a number of accolades and awards, including the Kodansha Manga Award in 2011, the Attilio Micheluzzi Award in 2014, and the Sugoi Japan Award for Best Manga Series in 2015. Shinji Higuchi, the director of Shin Ultraman, transformed the two-part animated series into a live-action movie in 2015. Additionally, Go Ueki, who directed the stage musical, recently collaborated with KEN THE 390 on the soundtrack. The performance of the show took place at the Orix Theater in Osaka from January 7–9 and the Seinenkan Hall in Tokyo from January 14–24.

Watch Attack on Titan online at Crunchyroll. Kodansha US has manga accessible in English.

Via: Pony Canyon, courtesy of YouTube

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