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Hajime Isayama first published Attack on Titan in Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine in 2009. It became a sleeper hit and won the Kodansha Manga Award in shōnen category in 2011. This is his first manga.
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Product Details

  • Series: Attack on Titan (Book 4)
  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Kodansha Comics; Tra edition (March 26, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1612622534
  • ISBN-13: 978-1612622538
  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,877 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I watched the first few episodes on nextflix but it’s not in English so I opted to go with the manga to check it out because the complete series exists instead of just season one. This is my first manga so I don’t really have any prior experience to base it off when it comes to the art or story. I like the art it’s not over complex when it comes to telling the story it seems to work for the gritty horror story. So far the story while is well developed it’s easy to get lost turning the pages.

The fourth installment takes us back to when the trio had just started the training to fight the titans. I found it a little odd that after fighting then we would have a whole book about training to fight but maybe it has a reason to fit into the story. I do have to admit it was interesting to see where they came from before they were all fighting the massive titans. To see the intense training they had to overcome as well as some of the character’s we’ve encountered along the way.

I’m not sure how I feel about the fourth installment while I like seeing a little more about the training that our trio went through I wanted to learn more about the titans. So I guess I was a little disappointed by the story taking a jump back to tell about the past. I’m super curious to see what’s going to happen next in the series as they head to the basement at least that’s where I expect them to head to so that we can figure out what Eren’s father has hidden and what the key is for. I’m really enjoying the story even if it did have a break in the action packed giant zombie humanoid fight. I already have the rest of them loaded on my kindle so just now to find the time. I still recommend them.
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Every now and then, each year, a certain manga suddenly appears in the spotlight and becomes popular. Not just that, but so popular everyone seems to know and talk about it. The question then, for everyone, is whether said manga is actually worth reading and lives up to the hype it has caused – something which is quite uncommon considering how this typically works for series. The popularity of Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin) is undisputable, but worth the read? I certainly think so, as I will explain below.

Written by Hajime Isayama, Attack on Titan is one of those series which against all odds, presents an original concept and makes it work. Its story is simple: a threat has befell humanity as ‘Titans’ appeared out of nowhere and drove humans to near extinction after they began devouring one person after another. In order to avoid total annihilation and rebuild society, humans have been forced to live in a small section of the world where three walls defend them from the Titans devouring them.

The manga focuses around this premise, along with how the humans fight against the menace that the Titans suppose. The story of Attack on Titan develops beautifully. Not only it is an original concept, which hasn’t been seen a lot in this media, but it also plays and develops it well. Despite the concept behind the story having been played down in the past by other similar apocalyptic series, this doesn’t apply to it. It not only focuses on the sheer horror that the human-devouring Titans present, but also on the very real human society which still exists and attempts to rebuild itself. Attack on Titan succeeds in not leaving any of these elements behind, and paints a clear picture of its world as a whole via its story.
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By Ty on December 31, 2013
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If you have been following up on the series of this manga then you certainly love this volume. Every volume just seems to get better and causes you to be more curious. Manga is good but condition didn't seem new.
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I am very biased when it comes to Attack on Titan but I really do think this is a great series and it really manages to keep you on the edge about what is going to happen next! This volume was no different. Recommend!
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This volume focuses on Eren and Mikasa as trainees in the military unit, so be prepared for lots of flashbacks. This volume is actually pretty neat because we get a better look at what it takes to become a soldier in this world. The struggles Eren had to face as he went through his training and his interactions with the other characters you meet in book 2. Basically, his scooby-gang, if you will.

Each character from book 2 is either talked about a little bit or at least shown as a teenager. You get a way better feel for why these people are so willing to trust Eren and die for him because in prior books you don't get the whole picture.

As I said before, the beginning of the book introduces Eren as a Titan and the ending goes back to this but the entire middle is trainee time. So, if you suddenly get confused or think some pages are missing don't worry, their not. It all ties together in the end.

Totally recommend this series, it's just really cool and a total twist on a futurist themed story.
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This is another great volume of AOT. We get the finale of this arc and we are introduced to a flashback of the trainee's training. We are introduced to two new characters Captain Levi and Commander Erwin. This volume was full of suprises and lots of action, so you will enjoy that.

Story: The story is definitely getting better. I believe the story was a lot more positive this time then it usually is. Don't get me wrong their is some nasty stuff in this volume, but I think more good things happen then bad things. The end of volume gave a really big cliffhanger, so I am excited for the next one. 4/4

Character development: There is plenty of character development this time. We are introduced to a flashback of how the trainee's trained and prepared against the titans. We are also introduced to my favorite character in the series Captain Levi. He has awesome introduction to the series. 3/3.

Artwork: The artwork is splendid and I can't complain. 3/3

Overall, this was another great volume of AOT and expect them to keep coming. I am curious about what is to come next, and I wonder who is the main antagonist of this manga and when he/she/it will be introduced. Of course the titans are major bad guys, but you always got a main antagonist so who will it be?

10/10
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