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Shingeki no Kyojin: 5 reasons to continue the story beyond the final manga

Shingeki no Kyojin It has become a true success in recent years, after its adaptation in anime format, which has just finished the first part of its final season. Meanwhile, the manga has already said goodbye with the publication of its Chapter 139, which will be part of volume 34. Although it has already been reported that the television series will come to an end, there are those who think it shouldn’t be like this.

Attack on Titan was born in 2006 as an author’s sketch Hajime IsayamaBut it piqued the interest of publishers and was published in Bessatsu Shōnen magazine in September 2009. From the moment of its launch it began to win the clamor of the public, to the point of having statues, like that of Levi Ackerman, and monuments, as seen in Mexico.

Nobody wants their favorite series to come to an end and loyal fans of Japanese anime believe that it is not yet time to close the story of Shingeki no Kyojin, so a group of fans thought the following reasons, arguing why they should continue, despite the fact that the manga has already reached its end. Look what they say!

1- Most of the main characters survived

While we have many dead characters, such as Eren and Sasha, we know that the survivors of the Reconnaissance Legion and the Marley Warriors lived after “The Rumble.” While there is no longer fighting the Titans, many think it would be nice to see and read more interactions between those left standing.

2- Nations and events that were not deepened

The story mostly took place on Paradise Island, in the 850s, we see more countries, landscapes and different time periods are shown, such as the life that Grisha had in Marley and centuries before when Ymir Fritz was alive. That is why fans are interested in learning about The Great Titan War and Hizuru, the country of Kiyomi.

3- The war continues

While the threats from Paradis have already been defeated and the battles will not be the same, there is still much to resolve. In the show and in the manga they have talked about the conflicts that never were resolved as the people of the Island prepare to fight against the rest of the world. They claim that the Jaeferistas could have plans to conquer other countries and become new main characters.

4- It would not be the first case

Here they put on the front page cases like those of Naruto and Dragon Ball, both popular and beloved stories that after the closing of the series had a continuation and have done very well. If they could, why would Shingeki no Kyojin, a great success in Japan, not do it.

5- The end was not understood

Many readers were surprised to find out how it all ended and criticized the manga and the author, even compared it to Game of Thrones. They have told Isayama everything for the conclusion of his account, in which they raise confusion over Eren’s actions.


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