Attack On Titan Season 2: Premiere Date Confirmed; Stage Adaptation, More Live Action Film Set

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Attack On Titan Season 2: Premiere Date Confirmed; Stage Adaptation, More Live Action Film Set

Attack on Titan  or also known as Shingeki no Kyojin among its Japanese fans reportedly confirmed a release date Season 2. Funimation claimed its right to broadcast for the sequel.

Attack On Titan Season 2 Premiere

It looks like 2017 is a promising year for anime and manga enthusiasts as reports now indicate when the Attack on Titan will return for Season 2. According to Good News Anime, the announcement is a legitimate one since it came from the series’ official Twitter page.

The Twitter page used Shingeki TV website as it source of information. Several sources revealed that Season 2 will align its timeline with Attack on Titan manga version.

Many speculations claim that the anime will somehow deviate from its original source. The move, according to fans, is one of the many ways to fend of spoilers from revealing too much about Season 2.

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Stage Adaptation Announced

The popular animated series will reportedly explore Eren Yeager backstory and how he possess the power to turn into a Titan at will. Other speculations also say Season 2 will showcase the battle of the titans.

During the battle of the titans, a titan bigger than Colossal titans will arrive in the series. There is also a possibility that the 104th Training Corps will be annihilated.

On the other hand, viewers may just get a treat overload. The site also announced a stage adaptation is set for summer of 2017. In addition to the stage play, fan will be treated to not one but possibly two more live action films on top of the two films released in 2015.

Attack on Titan will premiere Season 2 in April 2017 in Japan. Stay tuned for more news and updates.


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Photo Source: Facebook/Unofficial Shingeki no Kyojin

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