Should I Watch Attack On Titan?
Yes, you should definitely give Attack On Titan a watch! The first season sets the scene and tone immediately, although it is widely regarded as the most unremarkable of the four seasons. There are a lot of characters introduced quickly, and the action comes thick and fast.
The second season is the shortest, before the third season drops some game-changing plot twists that help elevate this and make the journey worth taking. This all paves way for a wonderful fourth season that questions everything we’ve learned until that point.
How Long Is This Show?
Attack On Titan is a four season anime series. Season 1 features a total of 24 episodes. Season 2 has 12 episodes. Season 3 features 24 while season 4 is scheduled to stream 16 episodes. At the time of writing, there is no planned season 5 of Attack On Titan.
What Is Attack On Titan Actually About?
Attack On Titan follows the remaining fragments of humanity as their future hangs in the balance. Monstrous creatures called Titans roam the land, eating anyone in their wake.
In the town of Shiganshina, located on the edge of the outermost Wall Maria, Titans attack and kill Eren Jaeger’s Mother, setting off a blood-lusting tale of revenge.
What Language Is This In?
Attack On Titan is a Japanese anime but does have subtitles available for a range of different countries. There are also options for numerous different dubs but we’d suggest sticking with the Japanese audio.
Where Can I Watch Attack On Titan?
Attack On Titan is available to stream on Crunchyroll and Funimation. The first 3 seasons are available in their entirety, while the fourth and final season is being released weekly. Episodes go live every Saturday.
Is There A Trailer For This?
Absolutely, you can check it out here:
What Do I Need To Know Before Watching Attack On Titan?
Nothing! The beauty of Attack On Titan lies in its familiar tropes while blending that with a more unique storyline.
What’s The Age Rating?
The age rating for Attack On Titan is 15+. There are numerous brutal fight sequences, lots of death, free-flowing blood and frequent cursing throughout.
Who Are The Main Stars?
What Other Shows Are Like Attack On Titan?
Attack On Titan certainly feels like an anime tailored for a Western audience, with lots of action, plot twists and interesting lore. In terms of similarities, fellow anime Claymore and Death Note both fit the bill.
We’re covering this show with weekly episode recaps, which you can read HERE.