Attack on Titan Season 3 to Continue in April 2019, New Visual Teased

15.October.2018 | ANIME&GAME

Episode 12 of season three of the ongoing TV anime series Attack on Titan aired on October 14. It was announced at the end of the episode that part two of the season will begin in April 2019. A new visual was also released on the show’s official homepage and Twitter account.

The new visual showcases a lone Eren staring out across the ocean into the distant horizon with the blue sky overhead. How will this tie into the story that’s yet to come?

We can expect more information regarding part two of season three in the coming months via the official website and Twitter page, so stay tuned to see where the story will go next.

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    As part of the ongoing Attack on Titan Exhibition FINAL event that is taking place at MORI Arts Center Gallery until September 8, a new addition has been added to the event that will take place from August 6 to September 8.

    Titled “Sky Deck ~The Colossal Titan’s Invasion~,” the event will take place on the open-top roof of Roppongi Hills MORI Tower that will make use of the surrounding environment and utilise AR technology to project the Colossal Titan before your very eyes, up 270 meters high.

     

    What happens when the Colossal Titan himself appears before you in real life? This virtual experience will give you a peek into the cruel and terrifying world of Attack on Titan.

  • Attack on Titan, Seven Deadly Sins, Fairy Tail & Other Anime T-Shirts Releasing at UNIQLO

    30.July.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    UNIQLO’s graphic t-shirt brand UT are celebrating the 60th anniversary of manga magazine Weekly Shonen Jump with a new t-shirt collection via their sub brand MANGA UT. The t-shirts will go on sale from August 12.

     

    The collection covers six anime series serialised in the popular magazine including Hajime no IppoFairy TailThe Seven Deadly SinsAttack on TitanNegima! Magister Negi Magi, and Shōta no Sushi. Each t-shirt pays homage to its respective series, featuring iconic scenes that have stayed with fans, sound effects, and original designs that capture their worlds.

    Hajime no Ippo

    Hajime no Ippo is a boxing manga written and illustrated by George Morikawa. It follows Ippo Makunouchi, a shy high school student who suffers at the hands of bullies. He begins a career in boxing in search of the answer to the question “What is strength?” and battles his rivals and those around him to grow as an individual. The t-shirt design captures the lively energy seen in the characters and is surrounded by eye-catching SFX.

    ©George Morikawa/Kodansha

    Fairy Tail

    Fairy Tail is a fantasy adventure manga written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima. It follows the dragon slaying wizard Natsu and his tale of growth as part of the Fairy Tail guild. One of the t-shirts features four characters from the guild and the other is a large illustration of Acnologia, the main characters’ strongest enemy.

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    The Seven Deadly Sins

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    Location: Muscle Monster entrance
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    Original Merchandise
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    Location: Pleasure Station at the amusement park entrance (*Limited supplies available)

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    Original A4 Folder: ¥380 (Tax Included)

     

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    15-second trailer video

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    Advance tickets for the Hirakata Park event will be released on July 1.

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    Character Voice Guides

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    It will be the band’s 4th single and is set to drop on June 19. The CD covers for both the Regular Edition and First Press Edition have been unveiled.

    The First Press Edition features band member Revo looking out to snow-covered ruins and a road of corpses.

    The Regular Edition cover seems to showcase the entrance to a basement. Eren’s, perhaps?

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  • Attack on Titan Inspired Food Arriving at DiverCity Tokyo Plaza

    21.May.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    Attack on Titan began its collaboration with DiverCity Tokyo Plaza on April 19 to commemorate the upcoming event “Attack on Titan Exhibition Final” at Mori Arts Center Gallery in Roppongi.

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    Several of the voice acting cast for the ongoing second part of Attack on Titan season three are set to appear on live streams over the next five weeks, the first having been on May 20. The cast includes Yūki Kaji (Eren Yeager), Marina Inoue (Armin Arlert) and Hiroshi Kamiya (Levi Ackerman).

    Marina Inoue

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  • Linked Horizon Releases Promotional Video for New Song ’13 no Fuyu’ sung by Mikasa from Attack on Titan

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    Music group Linked Horizon released the promotion movie short version for their new song 13 no Fuyu (13 Winters) on Monday 13th May.

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    A short version for the song 13 no Fuyu is available for viewing on the streaming service GYAO! as part of a promotional video.

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    She continues: “Now, this dream has taken form in a beautiful way! I just cannot express how happy I am. I was chosen for this because I am the voice actress for one of the main characters. I am aiming to live up to these standards! I have put my heart and soul into singing this song. I really want Linked Horizon fans and Attack on Titan fans to listen to this song….Also, Eren should have a listen too…”

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    Linked Horizon will released their new single Shinjitsu e no Shingeki on June 19, 2019. In the meantime, the band has unveiled the cover art for the forthcoming digital release of Doukei to Kabane no Michi [TV Size] which will serve as the opening theme for part two of Attack on Titan season three.

    In line with the broadcast of the first episode of the anime on April 29 the song will be available to download in Japan at the price of ¥100 for just one day.

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  • Pre-Opening Tickets For Attack on Titan Exhibition Now Live

    09.April.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    The first Attack on Titan exhibition to be held was “WALL TOKYO” back in 2014 at The Ueno Royal Museum, a collection of art pieces made in collaboration with contemporary artists which brought in 250,000 fans.

     

    This summer, five years on, a new exhibition entitled “Attack on Titan Exhibition Final” will be held at Mori Arts Center Gallery in Roppongi from July 5 to September 8.

    Pre-sale tickets for the initial July 5 to July 7 pre-opening are set to released on April 9. Those who sign up for these tickets will be allocated into a lottery where winners will be drawn to receive them.

    Those able to attend will receive a mini card signed by the manga’s author Hajime Isayama.

     

    The main event will be split into two separate runs. The first will be July 8 to August 4 and the second August 5 to September 8. Standard advance tickets with merchandise will go on sale on April 19 at 18:00 (JST).

     

    Enjoy the second part of the anime series’s third season which will premiere on April 28 and then enter the world of Attack on Titan at the exhibition!

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