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Attack on Titan: Season Two
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(Feb 27, 2018)
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Eren Jaeger’s battle against the Titans rages on! After fighting the Female Titan, he has no time to rest as a hoard approaches Wall Rose. With his ferocious abilities and a new plan, Eren and his friends set out to face the Titans head-on. But as they prepare for war, they begin to unearth terrifying secrets. What are the Titans really and where do they get their power—and who’s really on their side?
As they begin investigating the danger hidden within the walls, a colossal reveal shakes them to the core! More Titan shifters are identified, and worse yet, a new Abnormal appears—the horrifying Beast Titan! Does humanity stand a chance at survival with no one to trust and a new evil on the horizon?
Episode 30 Commentary
Episode 31 Commentary
Anime Expo 2017: Interview with Trina Nishimura
Anime Expo 2017: Interview with Tetsuya Kinoshita & Yui Ishikawa
Attack on Titan Season 2: Interview with Original Creator Hajime Isayama
Inside the Episode
Textless Opening & Closing Songs
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There are a couple of big reveals in this season, but the manga handled them so much better. In the anime it was so awkward... And the battle at the tower was underwhelming in full animation to say the least.
I think this season phoned it in. The animation quality has slipped since season one. It's not as glossy and stylized. Instead it seems dense, flat, and jerky. I mean, seriously, look at the horses... they are terrible. The music isn't nearly as good as season one, and usually the best scenes are featuring the same songs from season one.
I am pretty forgiving because animation is expensive... but after the polish of season one, this is just a huge step backwards. It seems they wanted to just crank it out as quickly as they could, probably outsourcing a lot of the animation to China and Vietnam (it is becoming quite common for animation studios to do this). But from a top tier anime franchise, I would have expected better.
Also, the story is quickly unraveling. I have read and am current on the manga, and it gets really stupid later on. Remember how that show Lost got really dumb towards the end and they tried to be clever only it wasn't? Yeah, that is happening. Read the next paragraph if you don't care about spoilers.
SPOILERS - READ AT YOUR OWN RISK:
So basically they are all on an island and two warring factions, Marley and Eldia, keep sending Eldians to the island in exile. But they turn them into titans when they do. And there are ships, and airplanes, and a master titan that gave humanity this power, but that was like 2,000 years ago. And the titan that eats Eren's mom is actually his dad's first wife. And Armin becomes a little midget titan. And Zoe is really angry and wants to execute Eren, Levi and Mikasa because they saved Armin and not Erwin. And it goes wild west with a gun and cowboy hat using posse. And then you get to see titans being para-dropped from airplanes. I am not kidding. I wish I was. It is a huge mess and so not interesting anymore. You're welcome.