The Attack of the Giants Final Season: start period of part 2

The Attack of the Giants Final Season: start period of part 2

The Attack of the Giants Final Season

The official website dedicated to the final season of The Attack of the Giants, inspired by the recently concluded famous manga of the same name written and drawn by Hajime Isayama, reveals that part 2 will start in January 2022 with the episode number 76 entitled Danzai (Condanna ).

Before the start of part 2 a special collection of the story so far adapted from the point of view of Levi, Annie, Mikasa and other characters will be broadcast, then released in OAD (original anime DVD). .

The final season, whose goal is to adapt the manga's conclusion arrived in April 2021, is produced by Studio MAPPA and the first part aired between December 7th 2020 and March 29, 2021. The first part of the final season is fully available for viewing with both subtitles and dubbing on VVVVID and Amazon Prime Video. It has recently also been visible on Netflix.

To subscribe to the Amazon Prime Video streaming service, also taking advantage of the 30-day trial, you can use this link.

The main staff of Attack of the Giants - final season includes director Yuichiro Hayashi, character designer Tomohiro Kishi, head of animation Daisuke Niinuma, art director Kazuo Ogura, 3D CG director Takahiro Uezono, the screenwriter Hiroshi Seko and the music composers Hiroyuki Sawano and Kohta Yamamoto.

The Attack of the Giants: the ending of the manga in Italy

Speaking of the finale, let's remember, that ad October 2021 Planet Manga will publish the latest volume of the manga, number 34. Click here for the details that we invite you to consult to discover the collector's editions of the issue. In the meantime, don't miss the most recent volume available on Amazon in both regular and variant editions.

The Attack of the Giants: manga and anime

The Attack of the Giants (Shingeki no Kyojin), written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama, is a shonen manga of the horror, fantasy and action. In Japan, the manga is published (monthly) from September 2009 by Kodansha in the Bessatsu Shonen Magazine until April 2021. The work consists of 139 and 34 total volumes. In Italy, the manga is published by Planet Manga with 33 volumes available.

The manga inspired an animated series that aired for three seasons: the first in 2013, consisting of 25 episodes ; the second in 2017 with 12 episodes; the third season with 22 episodes. The episodes can be viewed for free on VVVVID (Dynit).

The fourth anime series, the last, was broadcast between December 2020 and March 2021 with 16 episodes. The second part will debut in January 2022.

The franchise has also inspired video games, merchandise and much more.

Here is a plot of the work:

“A giant that appears out of nowhere destroying the city walls. That day, humanity remembered the terror of being controlled by them ... the humiliation of living like birds in a cage. It all happened 107 years ago. The entire human race ... except a few ... was devoured by giants. All those people ended up directly in the stomach of those beings. Thus it was that our ancestors thought of building huge walls that the giants could never cross. They managed to create a territory sheltered from the threat of the giants, but… all that until five years ago. But now it's our turn, human beings. From now on ... we will devour the giants! Now finally the human race can take back its dignity. We can win. It is time for humanity ... to attack! “

Giants look for 'sense of urgency' in finale vs. Pirates

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San Francisco Giants manager Gabe Kapler promised a new look when his team attempts to salvage the finale of a three-game series against the visiting Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday.

One day after walks and errors led to a 6-4 loss to the last-place team in the National League Central, the Giants watched the Pirates blast an ineffective Kevin Gausman in a 10-2 shellacking on Saturday night.

Kapler was not in the mood to cite “small sample size” in his comments to the media after the game.

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“I don’t think we have executed any aspect of the game well the last two games,” Kapler said. “The mood (among the coaches and players) is to demonstrate a bit of urgency without any panic.

“It’s two ballgames that were not good ballgames. We need to make some adjustments. We do have to show we have a sense of urgency here.”

The Pirates have out-hit the Giants 20-13 in the series, have allowed four fewer walks (9-5) and have yet to make an error, while the NL West leaders have committed a pair.

Kapler gave no specifics on the adjustments he’s considering and has no intention of changing his scheduled starter for the series finale. That’s slated to be left-hander Alex Wood (8-3, 3.77 ERA), who has been one of the club’s best pitchers of late by posting a 3-0 record with a 4.17 ERA in his past seven starts.

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Coincidentally, it also was Wood’s turn after the Pirates stunned the Giants with consecutive walk-off wins during a home series in May.

The 30-year-old responded by throwing six innings of one-run ball in a 4-1 win. That performance improved his career numbers against the Pirates to 4-3 with a 2.93 ERA in 11 games (10 starts).

The Pirates are expected to go with right-hander JT Brubaker (4-9, 4.68), who has gone 0-5 with a 6.08 ERA in his past seven starts. The Pirates have lost all seven of those games.

The 27-year-old has yet to face the Giants.

While Kapler was lamenting his team’s poor play after the second straight loss, Pirates manager Derek Shelton offered a different viewpoint on the series.

Shelton insisted Saturday’s season-best 16-hit attack was a product of the momentum gained after the Pirates answered a Giants rally in the series opener with a three-run uprising that didn’t feature a hit.

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Jacob Stallings beating a throw to second base on a fielder’s-choice grounder and Adam Frazier scoring from second when Giants first baseman LaMonte Wade Jr. bobbled a potential inning-ending ground ball had a carry-over effect, the manager said.

“What you saw in that inning is something that’s really important for us organizationally,” Shelton said. “It was a good response for us. We had the off-day (Thursday) to clear our heads a little bit and hit the restart button.”

The Pirates took the field Friday having lost four in a row. Now they’ve got a chance to equal their season-best winning streak with a third straight victory on Sunday.

–Field Level Media

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