In Tokyo on Sunday, the “Attack on Titan The Final Season Special Event 2022” revealed the key visual for the Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 3 anime.
The third part is regarded as the “conclusion” of the anime franchise.
Attack on Titan: The Final Season debuted on NHK in December 2020 and ran for 16 episodes.
Both Funimation and Crunchyroll broadcasted the anime with English subtitles.
In January 2021, Adult Swim’s Toonami programming block began broadcasting the anime, and Funimation began streaming an English dub in the same month.
Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 2 debuted on the NHK General channel on January 9 with episode 76 and ran for 12 episodes.
The second part was streamed live on Crunchyroll and Funimation as it aired in Japan.
The first season of television anime aired in April 2013, and the second season aired in April 2017. The first half of the third season began in July 2018, followed by the second half in April 2019.
Hajime Isayama first published the original Attack on Titan manga in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shonen Magazine in 2009, and the story concluded in April 2021.
The manga’s 34th and last volume was released in June 2021.
Kodansha USA Publishing published the manga in English digitally and in print, with the 34th volume due out in October 2021.
On November 18-20, Isayama will attend Anime NYC.
ABOUT HAJIME ISAYAMA:
Attack on Titan creator Hajime Isayama never dreamed that he would become the richest manga author in 2021 when he began work on the project in 2005.
Isayama was born on August 29, 1986 in Ōyama, Ōita, Japan. After graduating from Ōita Prefectural Hitarinkou High School, he matriculated in the anime design program of the anime arts department, Kyushu Designer Gakuin. After graduating, he moved to Tokyo and started drawing his manga works.
In 2006, he entered the Magazine Grand Prix, often known as MGP, which is sponsored by Kodansha Ltd., and his work, Attack on Titan, was awarded Fine Work.
Initially, he sent his work to Shueisha’s Weekly Shnen Jump department, where he was urged to change his style and story to be more fit for Weekly Shnen Jump.
He declined, opting instead to take it to the Weekly Shnen Magazine department at Kodansha Ltd.
He entered the 80th Weekly Shonen Magazine Freshman Manga Award in 2008, and his work, Heart Break One, received the Special Encouragement Award.
His second work, orz, was a finalist in the 81st Weekly Shonen Magazine Freshman Manga Award.
Attack on Titan, his first serial work, debuted in the monthly magazine Bessatsu Shonen in 2009.
Attack on Titan received the 35th Kodansha Manga Award in the Shonen category in 2011.
And now it’s one of the most popular anime series!
Isayama has won many awards for his great work, such as the Harvey Award and the Kodansha Manga Award.
More than 100 million copies of Attack on Titan have been sold to date, and the numbers are still growing.
The royalties from the selling of his manga and the creation of his animation are considered part of Isayama’s estimated net worth of $45–46 million.