For the home release of Attack on Titan season 4, part 2, a new piece of artwork has been released, hinting at a confrontation involving Mikasa, Armin, and a younger version of Eren Yeager. January 10, 2022, through April 4, 2022, was the airdate range for the second half of the series’ final season. With the publication of episode 23 of season 4 in 2023, Attack on Titan will have concluded its story.
The second half of Season 4 of Attack on Titan saw numerous developments that irrevocably altered the dynamics of the show’s cast and elevated the stakes for the finale. Eren Yeager (Yuki Kaji), having led his own coup and betrayed his companions, used the abilities of the Founding Titan to rouse the dormant Colossal Titans within the gates of Paradis.
Although Eren’s friends Mikasa Ackerman (Yui Ishikawa) and Armin (Marina Inoue) held out hope that he could have better motives, they now know that he has started the Rumbling and is employing the Titans to eradicate humanity off the island. Armin and Mikasa decide to assassinate their erstwhile friend Eren in order to stop his genocidal plan, so they team up with Marley’s other foes in a final mission.
The artwork for the home media releases of Part 2 of Season 4 features all three characters within the routes, with Mikasa and Armin looking forward toward a picture of a young Eren. Eren, in his youth, stands before the tree-shaped pillar of light at the middle of the walkways as his Founding Titan form looms above him. Take a look at the home video cover down below.
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Following the premiere of the second-to-last episode of season 2, “The Dawn of Humanity,” the announcement of season 4 part 3 of Attack on Titan was made. The Twitter account for the anime series revealed that the studio responsible for adapting Hajime Isayama’s dark fantasy manga series was working on the final batch of episodes, which are expected to premiere in 2023.
In addition to the announcement, a fresh piece of eye artwork for future episodes was also published, depicting Armin, Mikasa, and the cooperation between the Scouting Regiment and Marley’s Warriors in the aftermath of Eren’s demise.
The last season of Attack on Titan has positioned the series’ slain protagonist as the show’s primary antagonist. In contrast to episode 87’s focus on Eren’s objectives and desire to defend his comrades, season 4 part 2’s closing statement adds a sinister twist to his earlier promise to exterminate and get retribution on the Titans who abducted his mother, playing the line over his destructive march on Marley’s coast.
In light of Eren’s transformation, the new cover art for the home media release not only depicts the character’s transformation from hero to monster but also shows that those who loved him must now stand against him to rescue the planet.
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