If you haven’t heard Attack on Titan(also know as Shingeki No Kyojin) is the hypest anime of the season and you should be watching it, and then you will be reading the manga because you will fall in love with it. I’ve been in an anime slump for a while because there isn’t anything that really interests me. My friend Matt fixed that though and introduced me to Attack on Titan and I am thankful that he did because this series is very powerful. Pretty much humans live with in these 50m wall so the titans don’t come in and eat them. Its been peaceful for 100 years but one day the titans come and preach the wall and the titans just start eating everyone. The show does a good job of making the titans an actual threat like yea most of them are stupid but they are strong and fast and many…
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Well I hope no one spoiled the big reveal for this episode. I’ve done my best not to give any hints. And post this post, I’ll be just as ignorant as anybody else just starting this series. So let’s talk about what made me love this series so much as a manga.
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Ignoring Haruto’s warnings, Rukino Saki enters the cockpit of a green Valvrave and contracts with it, becoming a “vampire” and its new master. She bites Haruto and inhabits his body briefly and commits some mischief, making it appear that they’re a couple in order to align herself with his celebrity. When the Dorssians launch an attack and destroy the module’s ARUS escort, Rukino sets out to fight, but when the battle gets tough she wavers. Shouko, Takahi, and her classmates cheer her on, and she destroys X-ein’s ship. The Dorssians retreat, but Cain leaves A-drei behind to infiltrate the JOIR module and face L-elf.
Typically, in order to make a meaningful connection with a character or characters, we need to spend a little time with them; learn a little about who they are, where they come from, and what makes them tick. But we don’t know much of anything about…
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Episode three and episode four of Shingeki no Kyojin fit quite well together. They are both take place in the training grounds and each episode really tries to introduce (or reintroduce) the characters and fellow soldiers of Eren, Mikasa and Armin.
When I first heard that training would take three years I was kind of surprised. That is a long time, especially for a nation that has just undergone a massive attack, a fifth of their people lost and a third of their land abandoned. Military training in our world doesn’t take that long for regular soldiers. Signing up for two years would be kind of pointless then! They do have to use slightly~ different weaponry, but eh. Considering how little in the long run the series spent on training it seemed a weird number. Perhaps it was needed to show what the characters were doing and to get to…
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