Yelena's Face Becomes Internet Meme After Latest Attack on Titan Episode

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Fans who have seen the latest episode of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 would know that the scariest thing from that episode, was in fact, Yelena's face. Her sudden expression caught everyone off guard, especially Armin, Mikasa, and Connie. Plus, Yelena's face was so offputting that fans all over social media have immediately turned it into a meme.

The exact scene where Yelena's iconic face appeared was when Armin, Mikasa, Jean, and Connie went up to the roof of the building. There, they were surprised to see Zeke arrive at Paradis, especially since it was Levi who was watching over him. When Jean asked Yelena about Levi and Hange's whereabouts, Yelena said Zeke probably defeated them. As much as Armin and the others don't want to believe that, they have other things to worry about at the moment.

Armin turns to his friends and says they have no choice but to support Zeke and Eren. He tells them they need to help out the Jaegerists. Connie and Mikasa then looked at him with terror in their eyes. Yelena shows up behind Armin with the most displeased expression, scaring the hell out of Armin. She then switches into a smile and asks Armin nicely to help out Zeke and Eren.

Armin in Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2.
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Credit: MAPPA

Now, Yelena's iconic face is all over social media, especially Twitter and TikTok. A common sentiment with fans is that many were caught off guard or surprised by Yelena's expression. Fans who read the manga argue that MAPPA did a fantastic job with this since Yelena's expression is scarier in the anime compared to the manga.

MAPPA seems to have caught up with the trend as well. They posted the key animation of Yelena's face on their official Twitter account to celebrate the most recent episode's release. Check it out below.

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Fans all over Twitter have also shared their thoughts on Yelena's iconic expression. Meanwhile, some manga fans are happy to see this scene finally show up in the anime.

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Many fans also talked about Armin's reaction, and some made memes about it.

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Even though the story of Attack on Titan can get quite depressing, at least there are some moments where fans can get a laugh out of the series.

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 airs every Sunday on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and other streaming platforms. For more information about the series, everything you need to know is in this article.

Related: Where to Watch Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2: Is it on Netflix, Crunchyroll, Funimation, or Hulu in English Sub or Dub?