Fans of “Shingeki no Kyojin“There are many around the world after years and years of success of anime, manga and even video games. However, as in everything fandom There are always those who are ‘bigger fans’, so to speak, although I don’t know if I have ever met a person who will demonstrate his loyalty to the work of Hajime Isayama as the subject that I come to present to you today. Hold on because curves are coming.
The most brutal tribute you will ever see to Hajime Isayama’s Shingeki no Kyojin
This is the typical situation in which everything I say will not live up to the facts, so here are the facts in the foreground (via dave.vero.ink):
In fact, there are up to 3 titans that can be seen on the back/nape of the tattooed subject: Eren’s Colossal, Battleship, and Attack Titan. The tattoos on the arms belong to another topic, but if I leave any titans in front of such a map, please do not hesitate to highlight it. Having said that, all I can say is that it seems to me something impressive on all levels and that I personally would never do (but in the end, everyone does what they want with their body).
And in case anyone is wondering why this guy has gotten a zillion “Shingeki no Kyojin” tattoos now that the anime has ended, well I’ll tell you that the truth is that There are still a couple of very interesting things to be released:
- On the one hand there is Attack on Titan: Requiem, which is the most ambitious fan project that has ever been created around the work of Hajime Isayama. It’s basically an anime and manga that reconstructs the final chapters of the original work to provide an alternative ending. From what I’ve seen, I’ll say it looks pretty good.
- On the other hand there is ‘Bad Boy’, the so-called ‘volume 35’ of the Shingeki no Kyojin manga which is published next year. No, this is not intended to add anything regarding the ending of the work, but rather it is a work by Hajime Isayama through which explore Levi’s past. It is by far shorter than other volumes of the manga, but it will still be something that gives life to the franchise.
The truth is, “Shingeki no Kyojin” is one of those works that, even having finished, the fan fever doesn’t look like it will ever stop. At first I would bet that despite this the author would never return to the manga as such, and that is because “Shingeki no Kyojin” has been both a blessing and a curse for Hajime Isayama. In any case, we should never lose hope, and at the very least I hope that they end up leaving us with a new video game that fully adapts this monstrous story.
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