- File Size: 210922 KB
- Print Length: 320 pages
- Publisher: Kodansha Comics (September 16, 2014)
- Publication Date: September 1, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00NBZUXBM
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #572,665 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The guide - for the most part - is set up in a sectional/panel format, with tons of information crammed in there (usually in small print). Art panels from the manga are used throughout the book to give background details, along with new art (such as Character Profiles) and the initial art layout that was drawn for the initial beginning episodes of the animated series. If you've stayed with the Manga and are only on the beginning installments and have not watched the animated version of Titan (either via the DVDs or on-line video access), there *are* spoilers contained within this Guidebook.
As a newbie to the series, the Guidebook gives me insight into the Manga and resulting Anime (Seasons 1 and 2 of the BluRay/DVD). I recommend the Attack on Titan guidebook, it's a good investment for your money and getting your Titan fanboy or fangirl on.
I was excited to open the guidebook up and find something - anything - that I could not otherwise find in the manga but was sorely disappointed. Having read up to the most recent volumes and chapters (chapter 94 at that time), I found that all of the content in this guidebook was relevant only if you were still reading material in Season 1, or if reading the manga, up to Chapters 24 or 25.
As per the norm, the artwork was great and was visually satisfying, so you won't find the guidebook lacking in that particular area.
If you're an Attack on Titan collector, you'll definitely want to add this to your collection, but expect nothing extra to come from the purchase besides already printed source material "re-imagined" in different scenes. If you're limited on funds or looking for that additional content that would give you better insight into the series, do yourself a favor and put the money towards the next volumes or chapters of Attack on Titan. Or, if you're feeling brave, take look at their other Attack on Titan manga spin-offs. They are perhaps not as good as the original Attack on Titan, but they have potential and give you tons of insight on the world that Attack on Titan takes place in.
Overall, this is a fantastic book. The only reason I did not give this five stars is because of what I had written above.
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I loved that it listed every character's information. The interview with Isayama was pretty interesting as well.