According to recent filtration, the thirty-fourth and last compilation volume of the Hajime Isayama Sleeve, Shingaki No Kyojin (Attack on Titan), will add some additional pages to the final chapter that were not present in the original serialization in journal. It should be noted that it is not confirmed what they will consist, but in most of the time they do not represent a significant change in history. In addition, the volume will have two special editions, which are described as follows:
- The first, entitled "Beginning", will include the sketches of chapters number 1 and 2.
- The second, with a title not yet revealed, will include the sketches of chapters 138 and 139, that is, the last two of the manga.
After an eleven and seven-month serialization, since September 2009, the work came to its conclusion on April 9, 2021. Thirty-three compilation volumes have been published to date, and the literary franchise has more than 100 million of circulating copies at a global level. The final volume has its launch scheduled for next June 9 in Japan.
Synopsis of Shingaki No Kyojin
A century ago, human beings faced their extinction when an unbeatable and terrifying enemy appeared: the Titans, gigantic monsters who devoured a large part of humanity and who forced the few survivors to be confined after high walls. After those walls is Eren Jaeger, a boy who dreams of piercing them to know the outside world and who lives his day by day with his parents, his adoptive sister Mikasa Ackerman and his friend Armin Arlert. However, a fateful day, the Humanity recalls once again its destination when a Titan Gariff of sixty meters appears appearing at the first row of walls that protect humans from their most fearsome enemy. Thus, Eren, Mikasa and Armin lose their home and all hope at the same time our protagonist makes an oath: his goal in life will be to end all the Titans. In this way, a history of survival and war begins in which his characters must reveal the mystery that hides after the existence of these horrible beings.
Source: Manga Mugura
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