The battle to retake Wall Maria begins now! With Eren’s new hardening ability, the Scouts are confident they can seal the wall and take back Shiganshina District. If they succeed, Eren can finally unlock the secrets of the basement—and the world. But danger lies in wait as Reiner, Bertholdt, and the Beast Titan have plans of their own. Could this be humanity’s final battle for survival?
Ugh man, there's only one season left after this *tear* Attack on Titan season three part 2 answers soooo many questions it leaves you reeling and trying to remember all the tiny things that had happened in previous seasons that have finally led up to these realizations. Even now I think about characters long gone and their reactions to things and how they now make so much more sense. Granted there are still things to be solved and answered, but for the most part we now know so much more then when we started. We finally got to the basement this season! The power of the characters as they evolve and make tough decisions is so amazing and the heartache in this series is far more amplified as it feels like it gets darker with every passing episode. As always 10 out of 10 soundtrack 10 out of 10 character development And honestly one of the best stories ever written/adapted. Can't wait for more ~
Disclaimer: spoiler free for anyone who's seen season 3, Part I The third season of Attack On Titan is undoubtedly the best so far. If we look at each of the parameters - story, animation, characters, etc - they all fit the cut and go much further. That being said, let's jump to a more thorough analysis on what makes this anime a five star show, for me. Story and Characters We finish Part I with the Scouts about to embark on their mission to take Wall Maria, and it's precisely at Shiganshina District that more than half of the episodes take place. The fight to get to the basement in Eren and Mikasa's house is brutal and merciless, and we can't help but to eagerly want to know what will happen next. The characters grow beyond what I'd expected. Each individual deals with their own struggles, many of them tearing their own essence apart. But it's at this chaotic time that choices are made, and we - who've been watching the Scouts fighting for so long - end up putting ourselves on their shoes. If that happens, then surely we are living the anime, and not just watching it. There are many questions left unanswered at the start, and we so badly wish for Reiner or Bertholdt to break, telling the truth. Truth. That's the one word, isn't it? The million dollar question relies on: "What's the truth?", and the mystery revolving around it is very well kept and, at last, unveiled as we are taken further back, to the root of the problem. Animation and Sound Well, the animators did a tremendous job with this one, not only in designing the characters, but also the scenery and action scenes, where they use the ODM. The expressions, particularly when it comes to the eyes, are spot on and transmit the pain and fear that is inherent to the battle - just take the black lines on their faces, when they're filled with dread and terror, or anger, for example. Levi kills it again, and seeing him slay in high definition feels like a blessing to be honest. I enjoyed the quietness of some moments, as it happens with Eren and Levi, or our now familiar trio (Eren, Mikasa and Armin), and how they portrayed it opposed to the restlessness going on around them. When it comes to sound, I liked both the intro and the ending, but above all the first one. They combined the three seasons into music, and that was a hell of a touch. Overall We've come a long way since season 1. Been through rocky times, where things seemed to be slipping away, but season 3 pulled through and left no trace of downfalls. If you enjoyed part I, then most certainly the same goes for this one; might even say, this is one of the best anime I've seen in a long time. It grabs us and makes us think that maybe we are not so different from the one's encaged behind the walls. After all, can't we pinpoint so many similarities between us and them.
My favorite season of Attack on Titan so far. It was so intriguing and I couldn't even sleep until I completely finished season 3. And I spent hours crying towards Erwin's Death since he was one of my favorite characters and I wished the syringe would have been used to save him instead. Although great season and can't wait for season 4<3
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