Fan Attack the giant Those who, after the highly anticipated ending of the anime need or want a respite from all the “dooms and gloom” of the franchise, look no further than the official spinoff. its: Attack on Titan: Junior High, which has both a manga and an animated film. This comedy remains surprisingly true to the original series, and it has an even deeper aspect that is sure to appeal to fans of the series.
Yoshihide Ibata’s Attack on Titan: Junior High, adapted from the manga of the same name by Saki Nakagawa, takes the tension and tension of the original Hajime Isayama series and turns it into a refreshing parody. As in the original, the story follows the exploits of Eren Yeager, Mikasa Akerman, Armin Arlelt and their friends but instead of focusing on the trials and tribulations of life in the Survey Corps, the series takes a page from My Hero Academia and establishes the focus of the story on how the characters overcome the joys and sorrows of being a student at Attack Middle School – a school that simultaneously trains people and humans. huge but on different sides of campus.
Attack on Titan’s Spinoff is more than just a parody
It’s no secret for fans of the Attack on Titan anime that the fourth season has been noticeably sadder and bleaker than the previous three. Whether Gabi kills Sasha, Eren uses his powers to instigate his father Grisha to kill the Reiss family or the beginnings of the apocalyptic Rumble, the fourth season makes it clear that before any trace can be achieved. If there is any lasting peace between the Eldians and the Marlians, and the prosperity of humanity guaranteed, it is likely that both sides will suffer a relatively large amount of blood and death. Furthermore, Eren Yeager, who is said to be the hero of the story, quickly became the main antagonist, a development that is still controversial with fans. This is why Attack on Titan: Junior High can be seen as a refresh to the familiar story.
The plot of the side story actually maintains the basic facts of the main story and the nature of the characters in it. Sasha is always hungry, and Mikasa clearly loves Eren but isn’t ready to tell him directly. However, it also draws on those realities to create a humorous “alternative” status. For example, Eren’s seriousness makes him a “trying hard” person who always seems to fall short of his goals, and as a result, his classmates see him as a “setter.” strange” resident, which shows that he is most likely to do something evil, dangerous. , or outside common sense. The Titans in the series are just as antagonistic as in Isayama’s original story, except that they tend to prefer doing things that are less fatal to humans like stealing and eating man-made food than the humans themselves. . However, this is a constant annoyance for Eren, who vows to eliminate all giants for their transgressions and to take away what humans hold most precious.
Attack on Titan: Junior High stays true to the original story
While there are plenty of Easter Eggs for the most dedicated Attack on Titan fans to find and discuss, the series also faithfully sets out the relationships and issues that occur in the mainstream story, and it can be considered a valid, albeit humorous, film. original story. As such Attack on Titan: Junior High is the perfect antidote to the too serious aspects of the mainstream series, perfect for fans who will crave more. Attack the giant after the end of the highly anticipated series.
Attack on Titan Middle School available to watch on Crunchyroll and Funimation.