El artículo «Lanzan una petición para que reescriban el final de Shingeki no Kyojin» incluye spoilers sobre el manga de Hajime Isayama, Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan). Se recomienda discreción al lector.
In a popular Japanese comments forum, a signature collection campaign was shared that is titled "Rewrite the end of Shingeki not Kyojin in something more appropriate!" The petition was made through the Change.org platform, which has currently been used for so many nonsense reasons that has lost all its seriousness.
The user who made the petition, which uses the name Dr. Vibeli, wrote: "Currently, Shingaki No Kyojin (Attack on Titan) was one of the best manga series I have read. I think a large part of the Fandom is very disappointed with the current ending, the end feels very rushed for me and for a large part of the Fandom. The end in general feels very differently differently, giving many fans a tonal whiplash. "
He continued: "An example of this would be that some panels almost seemed taken from a series of comedy. The final message was also quite disturbing, a small girl or "founder Ymir" was really "in love" from her pedophile captor she had also raped her. Something simply feels bad about romantize something like that. Suddenly, the reasons for the characters changed (mainly the objectives of Eren Jaeger), everything in history now seems quite useless. Characters like Mikasa Ackerman and History Reiss Now feel a little wasted, everything feels too different from the story we have come to know ».
"Another disturbing message is how Eren simply did everything because Mikasa did not come out with him, that is literally what happened. Eren In the previous chapters he told Mikasa that he "forgot" him, but in this chapter all the character of him contradicts himself by forcing Mikasa to love him and obsess him with him for years. This does not feel thematically correct with everything that has happened inside Shingeki No Kyojin, the end feels very out of place. "
"A large part of the Fandom for what I have witnessed believe that Kodansha or the editor of Isayama have influenced a lot in the end so that it may be adjusted to an end more" Shounen ". Now, I can not talk about all the fandom, but I have seen hundreds and hundreds of fans (including me) expressing how disappointed by how the characters were simply wasted and by how the story took a turn of 180 degrees. "
In the comments forum, answers said "how desperate!", "I do not believe it, but if it comes to work, open one to change The Last of US 2"; "Will there be a possibility that the anime has a different ending?"; «Why are all Westerners like that?"; And "the rest of the 7.7 billion people are satisfied."
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, and will also be available in a special edition.
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.
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