Attack on Titan Producer Tetsuya Kinoshita’s Take On Finale And More Secrets Revealed!

After long, we have a very exciting update on Attack on Titan. Attack on Titan is a Japanese dark fantasy anime received love from across the world. But did you know the producer himself at first did not believe in the concept? Here’s what he said about Attack on Titan.

Tetsuya Kinoshita, who has been a producer on the Attack on Titan  anime series ever since it debuted. Read his take on the upcoming finale-

Kinoshita showed up on anime production Pony Canyon’s Anime Expo livestream and discussed his experience on the series. The Attack on Titan producer has been with the anime series from the earliest starting point, and stayed on the staff when production of the series was transferred from WIT Studio, who delivered the first two seasons of the anime, to MAPPA, which has since created Season 3 and the two parts of Season 4. Before his work on Attack on Titan, Kinoshita dealt with the Sengoku Basara anime adaptation and was also engaged with the production of the animated sequence that was highlighted in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill. Kinoshita started the meeting by stating how entwined his life has become with the production of the anime, saying “I’ve been engaged with this anime since the arranging stages for more than ten years, so it’s presently a significant piece of my life. I’m always thinking about Attack on Titan.”

At the point when asked about his thoughts on the series as it approaches its end, Kinoshita conceded he at first wasn’t confident that they would have the option to adjust the whole manga to an anime series. “I halfway said we’d make everything into an anime to motivate myself,” Kinoshita said, adding, “However at that point, I didn’t know for how long the manga would continue, and I wasn’t sure on the off chance that it was realistic to pursue vitalizing the entire series. Presently, we’ve gone to a point where it’s almost finished, so I will put forth a valiant effort as far as possible.”


The final season of Attack on Titan spends a ton of time in the nation of Marley, which is a totally different spot the island of Paradis where most of the primary characters are from. “The country of Marley, which is unmistakable in The Final Season, has a totally different culture from Paradis. From the absolute first episode, which begins with a conflict in Marley, I figure individuals may have felt they were watching an alternate anime,” Kinoshita said. Kinoshita uncovered that the sudden change in location and time influenced the staff of the show as indeed, saying, “This depiction of the differences is one of the highlights of The Final Season. Individuals in the Survey Corps are suddenly more seasoned, so everything in the design is new. It seemed like we were chipping away at an alternate anime.”

Kinoshita showed his appreciation for the show’s fans all throughout the planet, saying “We get messages from around the world, and I read them all. They give me a ton of happiness. The anime grows each time we share this time together, so thank you for your continued support.”

Season 1 of Attack on Titan is available on Netflix. The first three seasons, as well as section 1 of Season 4, are available for streaming on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation. Season 4 Part 2 is scheduled to debut sometime in 2022.

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