Attack on Titan is an anime series that is both critically acclaimed and, in my personal opinion, the most underrated sci-fi action anime out there.
Although the anime has its faults, such as a convoluted storyline and slow pacing, it holds a lot of potentials for the story to grow throughout seasons.
The four seasons to date have brought out many surprises in terms of character development, plot progression, and animation quality, but I have always had my eyes on season five.
With the upcoming fall release of the next season, this is a perfect time to look ahead, and see how Attack on Titan’s quality is evolving.
Attack on Titan’s Growth
I honestly never thought that I would see Attack on Titan outside of Japan, but that changed with the release of the Attack on Titan: Enemy Within video game.
The game was released in the West on May 24, 2016, and is a fast-paced action game that is a mixture of the show and the original light novel.
It’s hard to compare a game to an anime series that has not finished airing its final episodes yet, but Attack on Titan has already shown its potential.
Season one has always been one of my favorites, and it was easy to connect to the characters that I was reading about and seeing portrayed in front of me.
So far, I have seen three episodes of season two, and all of them have been action-packed with a high level of intensity. Attack on Titan’s many lovers read this awesome manga on mangago website, but often mangago become down then you guys can use these free website.
The show’s quality isn’t bad, but the anime has gotten better. The show has always been a fast-paced action anime, but now it is in a pretty good position to grow into an even more action-packed series.
The animation has improved greatly as well. At first, the anime struggled to keep up with the fast pace of the anime. Now, the anime is moving at a much higher pace, and its animation is beginning to become more fluid. The characters also have a higher level of presence, and that makes them much more realistic.
It is easy to see that Titan’s shoulders and waist are not quite as chiseled as they used to be, but that is okay. Some parts are still much better than others.
But the show does a good job of introducing new characters to the anime. Some of them have a much more serious role in the overall story than others, and that is a big plus.
I will say that the new visual quality hasn’t impacted the quality of the anime to an appreciable degree. The story is still fairly slow in its pacing, and Titan’s attacks still aren’t quite as on point as they should be.
Character Design Of Attack On Titan
The Attack on Titan anime has also changed the character design quite a bit. I have always loved the design of all of the characters, but I was surprised when I saw that every single Titan was a new addition to the show.
It wasn’t just a different design, but the characters themselves had improved drastically. I would argue that the designs are more detailed and professional now than they were when the show first started.
When Titan attack Eren and Co., he just threw a sword and a shield. Now Titan looks like he has some armor as well. When a Titan attacks, he looks like he has a stronger stance. When the fight is over, Titan’s head is usually down, and his expression is sad. That’s more realistic than the fist-fighting and kicking that we saw in the first two seasons. It’s nice to see something different.
However, Titan still doesn’t look as good as the Titan from the original novel series. Most of Titan’s design is still from that novel, and that isn’t a big deal.
At this point, Titan is actually in worse shape than he was in the novels, but the attention to detail and the improved animation are going to make the show more interesting to watch.
Overall, it’s amazing to see how Attack on Titan has grown over time. It was impossible to create a giant anime for an entire season, and there were so many different aspects that had to work in harmony to create an action-packed anime that was exciting. But it has changed into an even better show.
There are several years of good storytelling ahead, and there are plenty of things that could potentially take this show to even greater heights.
For now, I look forward to seeing what Attack on Titan’s creators has in store for us in the upcoming season.
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