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Attack on Titan: It’s the final chapter and it’s going to surprise you | Spaghetti code

Date: October 4, 2023 Time: 20:29:29

We’re nearing the end of the Attack on Titan anime after being presented with parts of the final season over the past two years, which undoubtedly caused a lot of controversy as many of us didn’t want to wait any longer to see the conclusion. stories.

While we remember, the first part of these final episodes premiered in March last year and showed us how “Rumble of the Earth” developed, and it was undoubtedly special since it lasted 1 hour, but now all the fans will be surprised.

MAPPA, the studio responsible for the production of Attack on Titan, has confirmed when the long-awaited end to Hajime Isayama’s story will arrive on November 4, but the big unknown for now is the duration.

A report from Hinokami Spain reveals that this latest episode of the anime series will have a runtime of 90 minutes, around 1 hour and 30 minutes, which will surpass the first special that appeared on Crunchyroll a few months ago.


The final chapter of the anime Shingeki no Kyojin will last 1 hour and 30 minutes!

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– Hinokami Spain (@HinokamiES) September 13, 2023

In that sense, if you add up the length of the two specials that ended the (now) last season, it comes out to a total of 2 hours and 30 minutes. But it seems that the information about the duration of this other part has caused strong feelings among fans.

Some hope that everything that is missing from the original work can be told, and on the other hand, they are not afraid to wait because they did not have enough time to complete it, which many were so eager for. quite a bit of time.

On the Crunchyroll platform, you can find all seasons with Spanish subtitles and even a Latin dub, so you have time to catch up or reminisce about the best moments of Attack on Titan before the expected finale.


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Kevin Kennedy
Kevin Kennedy
Kevin Kennedy is an associate editor for ePrimefeed covering latest news, economy and movie.

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