Eren Yeager, the main character of the Attack on Titan series, has seen its final moment after the end of the series. You see, the end of the ned Shingeki no Kyojin manga series sees the death of Eren.
Many manga fans are disappointed by the outcome and to cope with this feedbacks, Hajime Isayama shares some important news about Eren’s final fate.
According to Hajime Isayama, Eren Yaeger is still alive, but in an alternate universe to that of Paradis Island. And no, we’re not playing with your emotions. This reincarnation was celebrated in a page of vignettes drawn by the story’s creator and published in the Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun.
As it happens at the end of the manga (and here we must issue a spoiler alert), Eren is killed by Mikasa Ackerman to prevent the Rumbling of the Earth from taking place, thus ending the curse of Ymir Fritz and completely eliminating the Titans, just as Eren always dreamed of.
However, in Isayama’s cartoon, we see Eren falling into a completely different world, complete with cars and creatures that appear to have come from a magical world.
And, as if that wasn’t enough, we can see Eren transform back into the Attack Titan in the midst of the chaos and crushes a creature chasing another man.
You can see Isayama’s post for yourself in the image below:
With the release of this one-shot manga page, many fans are suggesting that Hajime Isayama is teasing for a sequel of Attack on Titan. As of the moment, there is no news or reports for any new projects by the Attack on Titan author.
About Attack on Titan
Shingeki no Kyojin revolves around Eren Yaeger, his adoptive sister, Mikasa Ackermann, and their childhood friend, Armin Arlelt, whose lives are forever altered by the appearance of a Colossal Titan, which destroys their hometown and kills Eren’s mother. Eren, Mikasa, and Armin join the Scout Regiment, an elite group of soldiers who fight the Titans outside the walls, vowing vengeance and reclaiming the world from the Titans.
Attack on Titan, also known as Shingeki no Kyojin, was written by Hajime Isayama. Since its serialization in September 2009, the manga managed to collect 34 volumes. The manga series also got its anime adaptation which has been produced by Wit Studio for Season 1 to 3 and MAPPA for Season 4. The original manga series has already been concluded with a total of 139 chapters.