Crunchyroll published an interview with Attack on Titan creator, Hajime Isayama during the Anime NYC convention. This was notably Isayama’s first US appearance, which was received by a lot of applause and support from fans. This then makes his insights all the more valuable!
The questions revolve around Attack on Titan‘s ending, lore, future plans, and even Game of Thrones – which is Isayama’s favorite series.
The interview mentioned Levi Ackerman, one of Attack on Titan‘s most popular characters. This is tied to Isayama’s possible plans in the future.
Crunchyroll asked, “Do you foresee any further spinoffs or do you feel you’ve told as much of the Attack on Titan story as you could?” which Isayama responded, “I have no plans right now.”
When Crunchyroll brought up possible backstories of Hange or any original Squad Levi members, Isayama added, “Regarding Levi, I actually have something in my mind, but at the same time, I don’t know if I will be able to write that or not.”
Isayama further elaborated, “For example, I have imagined what the story of Levi would be in my mind, but at the same time, whether I am able to output it, that’s a whole other story because writing a manga is a really difficult task for me.”
In other words, Isayama has thought of a spin-off story about Levi, but it is unclear if it will materialize. However, the possibility is there so let us hope that it will become a reality in the future! After all, Levi is arguably the ultimate fan favorite. He is a very interesting character with a huge amount of potential to explore.
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Attack on Titan Anime Final Season Part 2 & 3
The Attack on Titan series is on its way to end. It is now in its final season, with Part 3 slated to release sometime in 2023. It will premiere on NHK and will still be produced by MAPPA. There are no updates yet on the date, as well as the streaming platforms it will be on. The website will soon give us information!
Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 entails Eren’s drastic change as he turned against his allies and enemies alike. He had a disastrous plan in mind which he seemingly shared with his brother, Zeke Yeager, who is also the Beast Titan. Eren himself gained followers who deflected from Survey Corps and became ‘Yeagerists’.
As Eren’s friends became horrified with his actions, they still held onto hope that he has good intentions. Mikasa, in particular, seemed intent to believe that Eren has a plan that could benefit all of them. But what are truly Eren’s true intentions? Can Mikasa be able to handle it?