'Attack On Titan' Season 2 To Include Original Arc; Eren Getting A New Power?
"Attack on Titan" season 2 will air this April and the original manga gives fans so much idea on the upcoming season -- new Titans, Eren's half brother Zeke, the rebellion. However, the production gave fans one more thing to anticipate. The second season will include an all original arc written by "Attack on Titan creator, Hajime Isayama.
In a recent interview, "Attack on Titan" season 2 chief director Araki Tetsuro alongside director Koizuka Masashi dropped some hints on the new series, including Isayama's involvement in the production. Tetsuro said Isayama wrote a brand-new content that wasn't found in the manga.
Tetsuro said that Isayama is involved in the production even more than before. "Though it was already like this last season, this time there is a legitimate feeling of, "We're creating this together," he said in an article in Newtype Magazine according to Comicbook. "There are portions he wasn't able to include in the manga that he permitted us to incorporate into the anime adaptation." He added there are also new elements that would be incorporated on the new season.
The said magazine also treated fans with new visuals of Eren in his titan form, Mikasa, and Levi. Meanwhile, there are speculations that Eren is getting a new power. Eren and the team will have to brace up against a horde of Titan which would approach Wall Rose. A teaser for "Attack on Titan" season 2 shows the titans breaching Wall Rose.
"Attack on Titan" season 2 is speculated to follow "Clash of Titans" manga arc. There is no information yet about what this new set of powers are or how Eren will acquire them. The second installment will also bring fans back to the basement of Eren's house to reveal his father's secret. "Attack on Titan" season 2 is scheduled to premiere on Saturday, April 1.
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