Attack on Titan Manga: The Biggest Manga Gallery Coming To NYC!

Attack on Titan is a Japanese manga series serialized from September 2009 until April 2021. It was serialized in Kodansha‘s monthly shōnen manga magazine. Over 100 million tankōbon copies of the manga have been printed worldwide. The Biggest manga exhibition is set to open in New York City, according to recent reports.

Announcement Of The Biggest Manga Gallery In NYC!


On September 29, Kodansha Comics announced that the Anime NYC convention would have a gallery dedicated to the ending of the popular Attack on Titan manga. The gallery will display the evolution of art by series creator Hajime Isayama. Messages from fans all over the world will be included in the Manga Gallery. Also, Fans of the series can take part by using the hashtag #ThanksAttackonTitan to share photos, videos, and other content on various social media networks.

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Attack on Titan Manga: The Biggest Manga Gallery Coming To NYC!

Attack on Titan is a popular and addicting manga series. The series has proven to be a big hit. After more than 10 years of publishing, the manga series ended on April 9. The series has inspired a popular television anime. Numerous spinoff manga and novels, video games are also inspired. The first part of Attack on Titan: The Final Season ended in March, with the second part set to broadcast in January 2022. Therefore, Manga fans are now anticipating the huge exhibition to see the series’ end.

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What Happened At The End Of The Attack On Titan Manga?


The story concludes with the three-year time jump stated earlier. The day Rumbling was stopped has become known as the ‘Battle of Heaven and Earth. The Titans are no longer a threat. Still, the Islanders are concerned about what the rest of the world could do in response. Eldia, a new nation, forms a military under the Jeagerist banner. “If we win, we live,” says Queen Historia, now the mother of a three-year-old daughter, in a letter to Armin. We will die if we lose. We can’t win if you don’t fight. Fight, fight, fight. Therefore, this battle will continue until either Eldia or the entire world vanishes.

At last, the chapter came to a close with Eren’s words. He could be right. Nonetheless, he chose to entrust this planet to us. This is the place where we presently reside.  A world where there are no Titans.”