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Attack on Titan: No Regrets 1 Paperback – June 24, 2014
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[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]
I will say that this volume did not blow me away as much as I was hoping it to. But I will also say that it’s very good. And, if you like Levi and/or Erwin, it’s definitely worth picking up.
I was not expecting this to be how Levi and Erwin first met, or how Levi got started with the Survey Corps, and it definitely gives me a new perspective on Levi. I think I like him even more now.
Levi is a thief at the start of this book, along with two friends that I’ve never met before. They live underground, in a very rundown area. The survey corps are struggling, and Erwin takes it upon himself to do something new, including recruiting Levi (and his friends). Levi is awesome from the start, of course, and his friends take very close behind him, even though the others aren’t very welcoming.
I don’t recognize Levi’s friends, and that makes me wary of if something happens to them. I honestly didn’t pay much attention to Erwin in the original series, and he still doesn’t really have my affection, but he’s an interesting character. I’m getting a new insight on his and Levi’s relationship, and that’s interesting. I was also hoping that we’d get to see more of Hange, particularly how her and Levi meet and grow close. Hange is a really interesting character, and very close to Levi in the original. We saw glimpses of Hange in this volume, so I hope there’s more in the next volume. I want to see their first real interaction.
Also, the art was very pretty. It still had some of the harsh edges and shadowing that the original has, which I appreciated, but it was also much prettier.
The next volume is the last in this spin-off, and I look forward to seeing how Levi’s prequel wraps up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wish there was more volumes on this story. I really enjoyed it. Levi is my favorite character in snk.Published 4 days ago by Rosalba Martinez
Attack on Titan No Regrets is a short, two-part introductory story to Levi's and Erwin's pasts. Both have been fan favorites for since the series began and it was great to see... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Talvi
Great insight into Levi's backstory and the graphics are well done.Published 4 months ago by Alexandra Karydas
Nice little side story about a great character. It was nice to also see a different part of the world we know in Attack on Titan. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jacob purvis
See what I did with that title, there?
This manga is sooooo good! So many feels. Beautifully illustrated, awesome story-line, a great look into how Erwin and Levi get... Read more
I read this online first and I loved it so I had to have the paperback version of it to keep forever :DPublished 7 months ago by Fernando
The Manga is very well written, and if you got into the main AOT story, you love this Levi spin offPublished 8 months ago by Johnathon Hague