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Attack on Titan: how much did the ending affect the overall value of the series?

by Harry Brown

The last chapters of Attack on Titan they were immediately perceived as hasty and inconclusive from various points of view. Criticisms to which the mangaka, Hajime Isayama, tried to respond with additional tables. A palliative that over time has led again to discussing such a controversial ending.

Through the post that you can read at the bottom of the news, a user asked fans of the series if, despite that ending, Attack on Titan could still be considered a masterpiece. The answers were many, and although many wanted to reiterate and underline the questionable decisions of the final events, in essence the vast majority of the community considers the work of Hajime Isayama like a true masterpiece.

From the comments emerges the difficulty in neglecting the whole story preceding the last two chapters, to an intriguing world building right from the start, and to the evolution of some of the main characters during a difficult and tortuous path that then led them to a dramatic and meaningful ending. What is your opinion on this? Please let us know as usual in the comments section.

Finally we remember that Planet Manga presented the steelbox of Attack on Titan, and we leave you to a magnificent fanart of the Founding Giant in the style of Berserk.

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