It’s been a fun ten years of running from giant naked man-eating giants, but Attack On Titan will be wrapping up its story very soon. We’ve learned the secrets of the Titans and followed the characters from childhood to adulthood (the survivors anyway). But the war is almost over and the manga will be releasing its final volume in the US this fall. This calls for a celebration! Or at least a series of exclusive variant covers and bonuses.
When Attack On Titan Volume 34 hits Barnes and Noble, it’ll come in this exclusive cover featuring Mikasa brandishing a Titan-cutting sword. This variant will be exclusive to the bookstore chain and will come with a poster and an eco tote bag, so you can carry your groceries home with Titan characters.
If that’s not to your liking, and there’s a Books-A-Million near you, you can go for their variant instead. No bonus items, but you do get this menacing Titan face.
E-merchant Kinokuniya is getting this one, featuring a group shot of the AoT cast. They’ll also give you an exclusive shikishi board gift featuring art from the standard version.
Speaking of the regular edition, it looks like this. Choose which one you like and head to that location this fall. Attack On Titan’s final volume will be out October 19.
What’s up, Commandos? Happy Halloween! We were able to pull a podcast together to watch some people look into the face of darkness…… and GET WRECKED in the 2017 crowdfunded indie horror…. THE VOID! Basically it’s a Cthulhu throw down with fun portals to other dimensions, cosmic horror, tentacles and
As soon as one convention ends, another begins. Funimation is already talking about its plans for AnimeNYC in November. They have two events scheduled; here’s the details on them both. The first is a farewell panel for Attack on Titan, which broadcasts the final half of its last season early
On October 20, 1999 — exactly 22 years ago — Eiichiro Oda‘s hit manga One Piece aired the first episode of its TV adaption. It’s aired a new episode almost every week since that point, and over two decades later, its episode library is about to roll into quadruple digits.
Now you can not only watch and read Demon Slayer, you can play it too. Sega introduces The Hinokami Chronicles, a one-on-one fighter that will let you take your favorite characters from the first season of the show and kick them around. Take control of a wide cast of characters