Great news for all Attack on Titan fans! Crunchyroll has just announced the release date for the English dub of the final batch of episodes. Brace yourselves because the epic showdown is almost here.
In this thrilling final arc, our hero Ehren, voiced by Bryce Papenbrook in English, leads the charge in a last-ditch effort to take down the terrifying man-eating giants that have pushed society to the brink of extinction. It’s a battle like no other, and it’s about to explode onto your screens on September 10th, exclusively on Crunchyroll.
The teaser trailer sets the stage for a heart-pounding climax. The Colossal Titans are closing in on helpless refugees, leaving no room for escape. The fate of humanity now rests squarely on the shoulders of the Survey Corps, who are gearing up for an all-or-nothing final showdown against these nightmarish creatures. But that’s not all – there’s a new player in town, the formidable Founding Titan, a skeletal behemoth hungry for vengeance.
And let’s not forget the jaw-dropping poster that Crunchyroll unveiled. It puts the sheer size of these Titans into perspective. The Survey Corps team is dwarfed by the footprint of a Colossal Titan, emphasizing the incredible odds stacked against them. It’s going to be an uphill battle for Ehren, Armin, voiced by Josh Grelle, and Mikasa, voiced by Trina Nishimura.
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Attack on Titan, based on Hajime Isayama’s wildly popular manga series, first hit the scene in 2009, and the anime followed just four years later. The manga has achieved unprecedented success, selling over 100 million copies worldwide. The anime has also garnered critical acclaim throughout its run. Notably, there’s a live-action adaptation in the works for American audiences, with director Andy Muschietti of “It” fame attached to the project since 2018.
And here’s the cherry on top: Crunchyroll isn’t just releasing the English dub; they’re dropping the Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, German, and Russian dubs simultaneously. So fans from around the globe can all dive into these final episodes at the same time. Don’t forget to check out the electrifying trailer below.
Mark your calendars for September 10th, because Attack on Titan: The Final Chapters Special 1 is about to deliver an adrenaline-fueled finale you won’t want to miss. The end is near, and it’s going to be epic!