Attack on Titan Manga Final Volume Celebrated With Must See Online Exhibition

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By Marla Anonuevo | More Articles Anime Writer A devil child addicted to city pop and iced coffee.
June 10, 2021  11:21 AM

Fans are feeling a whirlwind of mixed emotions as the final volume of Hajime Isayama’s Attack on Titan was released on June 9, 2021, in Japan. As part of the celebration of the manga’s 12-year journey, Anique is doing a free online exhibition from June 9, 2021, to October 31, 2021. 

Relive the suspense, pain, happiness, and intensity of the whole story through the individual memories and experiences of all 38 characters. The exhibition gives each character their own special “hall”, where viewers can scroll through a series of manga panels, some of which are even animated.

Prior to entering the exhibition, you are asked to fill up a nickname or username and select an avatar. This is because Anique put a feature where you can leave comments while going through the exhibition and see what other people have commented as well. There is also an online shop where you can buy various merchandise, ranging from clothing, jewelry, and even cups and plates. Although according to the website, international shipping is not yet available.

Warning: The exhibit has content reaching up to the very end of the manga, so beware of spoilers!

The website is mainly in Japanese, but the important instructions are available in English. All you need to do to participate in the exhibition is log in with your email, Twitter, or LINE account. Aside from the exhibition, you can also create your own Survey Corps character through the character creator. After making your character, you can share it on your social media accounts.

Attack on Titan Volume 34 is out now in Japan. Fans will have to wait a little bit longer for the English release, which is currently set for October 19, 2021.

Related: Attack on Titan: Hajime Isayama Shares His Thoughts on Character Deaths

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