Attack on Titan has confirmed when the manga are going to be coming to an end! After the discharge date of the ultimate volume of the series was reportedly set for a release a while this Summer, fans had been wondering what that meant for the particular final chapter of the manga overall. Series creator Hajime Isayama previously mentioned how the series was 98% done back in November, so fans had been wondering just what percentage chapters that might leave for the series. Now the series has officially confirmed that not only is that the end really, really near, but it also features a concrete final date.
Attack on Titan has announced that the ultimate chapter of Hajime Isayama’s series are going to be released on April 9th in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shonen Magazine. Meaning the 34th and final volume of the series are going to be hitting shelves in Japan on June 9th. The series announced the ending with a replacement visual teasing a shocking end for Eren:
Along with the confirmation that the series will truly be coming to an end in April, series creator Hajime Isayama also shared a press release about the series’ ending with Comic Natalie, which helped to interrupt the news in Japan, “I’ve been saying for the last eight years that I’d finish [Attack on Titan] in three years, and eventually , it looks like it’ll be completed,” Isayama began.
Elaborating further, Isayama ended his statement with, “It’s been a really while coming, but I hope you’ll persist with me until the top . The editorial team never rushed me to end the series, but I’ve been continually asked when will it end?’ many thanks for expecting me. i will be able to do my best until the last page so you’ll feel satisfied with what you’ve read.”
With the series now confirmed to finish in April, this also brings up some questions on how the anime’s final season will come to an end as long as its sixteen episode order are going to be wrapping up round the same time. So fans will certainly be feeling emotions across both mediums this Spring. But what does one think?