Shingeki no Kyojin will announce a new project in October

Successful manga and anime Shingeki or Kyojin (Attack on Titan) has kept fans in suspense since its conclusion in April 2021. With the anime coming to its climax, Titans fans have a reason to be excited. Hajime Isayama, the author of this popular series, has dropped some interesting hints about a big reveal scheduled for next month.

Shingeki no Kyojin, a story set in a world overrun by man-eating titans, has captivated a global audience. The plot follows Eren, who vows to avenge his mother’s death at the hands of a titan and wipe these creatures off the face of the Earth. Since its debut in 2009 in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shonen Magazine, the manga ran for 12 years, gaining a passionate following but slow to achieve international recognition.

However, everything changed in 2013 when WIT Studio released the first anime adaptation, which made Shingeki no Kyojin world famous. The series left an indelible impact on global pop culture with its captivating narrative and unexpected twists.

Now, after the end of the manga and with the anime coming to an end in late 2023 or early 2024, Editor Shintaro Kawakubo announced on his Twitter account that news is coming for October 4, 2023. While some fans don’t remember a specific promise, social media is abuzz with excitement and speculation.

  • «Today the 9th of September. It has been 14 years since Shingeki no Kyojin began serialization. Finally we will be able to fulfill the promise we talked to you so many times during serialization! We will start giving information from October 4th, so please follow the Twitter account “@Shingeki_FLY”», wrote the message.

Opinions about the disclosure vary: Could it be a new project related to Shingeki no Kyojin? Sequel, prequel or even a short story? Some suggest that a live-action project might be in the works, but this raises questions about why the publisher would create a new account for such an ad. Many fans are eagerly awaiting a new manga related to the iconic franchise.

Whatever October 4th means to Shingeki no Kyojin fans, it’s clear that everyone will be marking the date on their calendars. The legacy of this series remains an important part of pop culture and any announcement of it is a big deal for fans of Isayama’s masterpiece.

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