Attack On Titan: Hints To Season 4
There are multiple reasons why Attack on Titan is one of the best anime produced ever. Starting off on Graphics, it is just unbelievable they have created such vivid scenes. It seems like every frame is carefully drawn, and the combat takes the audience from a new angle as if they are experiencing it too.
Then, the instrumental. Unlike other anime where they all got a cliche opening and intros, most American viewers do like, Attack on Titan has a real intro that hooks the audience every time they open an episode. Furthermore, many were songs carefully produced with the combination of the scene. Songs like Call of Silence is an all-time classic song that serves beyond its purpose by being the background track, it is a song that really tells a story in the combination of desperation, hope, and freedom, which exactly suits the theme of this anime.
Besides instrumental and Graphics, the storyline makes absolute sense despite having such terms “Titan” and “M-3D sword.” The story is dark but beautiful, and the animation is the best anime has to offer. The show has an amazingly good pace, with a blend of gut-wrenching tense action scenes and heartfelt character moments.
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They answer every question the reader might come up while watching the series, and they give every character purpose and motivation whenever they do something. Last but not least, Attack on Titan truly breaks the cliche of the topic “Romance.” Many audiences might com[lian there is not enough romantic element in the anime, but the producer of the anime did it for a reason. In the doom of humans, Romance is the last thing that can happen, and once they put that in, it will bring the environment this anime created down to a level.
The characters in this show are so unique and distinct, every character feels real and three dimensional, despite their occasional silly anime-style banter (which is entertaining in its own right). the shift between moods is great, and overall, the anime has avoided so many major problems. In conclusion Attack on Titan is a must-see show for anyone whether they enjoy anime or not.
The fourth and final season of the Attack on Titan anime television series, titled Attack on Titan: The Final Season will broadcast on NHK General TV and premiere on December 7, 2020. On September 22, 2020, Crunchyroll and Funimation announced that the final season would be streaming “later this year” in 2020.