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Attack On Titan Takes on FCBD With a Poignant New Story

Attack On Titan, FCBD 2017 Jody Houser (w), Emi Lennox (a), Paolo Rivera (cover) Kodansha May 6, 2017 Last year, Kodansha published a giant anthology of original Attack On Titan stories by Western creators. The series’ creator, Hajime Isayama, was as enthusiastic about the project as he is about his weird manga becoming such a…

Previously On Comics: Attack on Titan Hollywood Live Action Adaptation

Hello readers! It’s been a week, hasn’t it? From current political events in the United States to people arguing about punching Nazis (correct answer: always okay), headlines have not been dull. When the titan is a nazi, an Attack on Titan is always okay. Early last week, Deadline reported that Warner Brothers was negotiating for the…

Attack on Titan volume 10 cover. Art by Hajime Isayama. Kodansha.

He Blinded Me With Science, or The Science of Attack on Titan

The Science of Attack on Titan Writer: Rikao Tanagita Illustrations: Hajime Isayama and Maru Fujishima Translation: Ko Ransom Kodansha Comics June 2015 The ubiquitous Attack on Titan strikes again! We have the original manga, spin-off series, light novels, anime adaptations, live action movies, videogames, and now…a pop science book? Not the first thing that would…

Attack on Titan volume 1 cover. Story & Art by Hajime Isayama. Kodansha, 2012.

Attack on Titan: Inspiring Post-Apocalyptic Adventure or Japanese Military Propaganda?

Unless we live in China, we just can’t escape from Attack on Titan. In the post-apocalyptic manga by Hajime Isayama, the last bastion of humanity lives within inside walls built to keep man-eating titans out. But like the zombie horde fans so often compare them to, the titans find ways to breach the barriers, decreasing…

Attack on Titan, Hajime Isayama, Kodansha

Attack on Titan’s Gargantuan (Sales) Impact

Hajime Isayama’s Attack on Titan (進撃の巨人, Shingeki no Kyojin) is a force to be reckoned with. And no, I’m not talking about the monstrous, human-eating, gigantic Titans that represent chaos and xenophobia for the series’ protagonists. I’m talking about pure, cold, hard capitalism here. Numbers, numbers, numbers, money, money, money.