It was revealed today that Hajime Isayama’s popular manga series, Attack on Titan, will publish its last chapter in Bessatsu Shonen Magazine on April 9. The 34th and final collected volume of the series will be released in Japan on June 9.
Image to announce the completion of Attack on Titan
Isayama commented on the end of the series, saying:
“I’ve been saying for the last eight years that I’d finish [Attack on Titan] in three years, and finally, it seems like it will be completed. It’s been a very long time coming, but I hope you’ll stick with me until the end.
The editorial team never rushed me to finish the series, but in the back of my mind I’ve been having the nagging thought of “when will it end?“. Thank you for waiting for me.
I will do my best until the last page so you will feel satisfied with what you’ve read.”
The Attack on Titan manga starting in September 2009 and has so far released 32 volumes of the series in Japan with the 33rd to be released on January 9. The final volume, the 34th, is scheduled to be released on June 9. Kodansha Comic releases the series in English, with each chapter being released simultaneously on Crunchyroll as they come out in Japan.
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Source: Comic Natalie
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