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‘Attack On Titan’ Season 2 Spoilers: New Titans To Rise; Previous Season Movie Recaps To Be Shown In Theaters End Of March

By Joseph St. James. , Mar 09, 2017 04:30 AM EST
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"Attack on Titan" Season 2 spoilers reveal that new titans will emerge and the show will have its world premiere on April 1, 2017. FUNimation is also undertaking some events to hype the upcoming premiere. The producers will also show the recaps of the two previous seasons in movie theaters.

New Characters Will Be Introduced

Some "Attack on Titan" Season 2 spoilers also suggest that the story of the battle between humans and the Titans will continue. But there will be new characters that will be introduced. Apparently, these leaks came from Masashi Koizuka and Tetsuro Araki, the directors of the anime TV series.

"Attack on Titan" Season 2 spoilers also indicate that the Titans will be able to breach Wall Rose. This is the second outermost wall that protects the human residents of the different districts. That means the humans inside the wall are now vulnerable to the rampaging flesh-eating Titans.

New Titans Will Threaten Humans

"Attack on Titan" Season 2 spoilers from the creator of the manga, Hajime Isayama, also revealed that there will be new Titans that will arise. The teaser trailer for the upcoming season shows these humanoid giants are attacking the walls that protect the ordinary humans. Their point of attack is towards the breach on the wall.

New Season Will Balance Action And Story

Other "Attack on Titan" Season 2 spoilers from the directors revealed that the upcoming episodes will balance the action with the story line. The previous season was heavily concentrated on the action. Overall, this will be good for the show since fans tend to appreciate good story content.

Two Season One Recaps Will Be Shown In Theaters

The creators of the anime are also planning to show two movie recaps of the previous season. The first is "Guren no Yumiya" that will cover the first half of season 1 and the second is "Jiyuu no Tsubasa" for the second half. Each will take about 120 minutes. Fans can view them in selected theaters on March 27 for the first movie, and March 28 or 29 for the second movie.

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