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Attack on Titan Finale Reveals Ending Song by Ai Higuchi

The final Attack on Titan ending song, “Itterasshai” by Ai Higuchi, was revealed earlier today with a creditless video. The song will be used in the episodic version of the two final specials.

Higuchi previously preformed “Akuma no Ko,” the ending song of the Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2. She’s not the only one who returned for the finale, as Linked Horizon is also back with a new theme song, as well as the opening theme song.

To celebrate the anime’s conclusion, the franchise is hosting an Attack on Titan: After Party online event on November 5. The event will feature 17 interesting things for fans to enjoy – from cast interviews to staff talks, which will include Yuichiro Hayashi, Hiroyuki Sawano, Shintaro Kawakubo (the manga editor), and more.

Attack on Titan anime concludes its 10-year long run with this installment by studio MAPPA. The anime is based on a manga series by Hajime Isayama serialized in Bessatsu Shonen Magazine from 2009 to 2021. The manga ended in April of 2021 after 139 chapters, compiled into 34 volumes. The final, 34th volume came out in June 2021. The manga received an anime adaptation by WIT Studio in 2013. Season 2 came in 2017, followed by the third season which was split into two cours. The first cour aired in the summer of 2018, while the second one started in April of 2019. Studio MAPPA took over the franchise for the 4th season, which was titled Attack on Titan Final Season. It started airing in December of 2020 and had a total of 16 episodes. After it finished airing in March of 2021, Part 2 was announced. Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 started in January of last year. The final part was also split into two: the first premiered in March of this year as Attack on Titan The Final Season: The Final Chapters.

Source: Attack on Titan Official Website
© Hajime Isayama, Kodansha/”ATTACK ON TITAN” The Final Season Production Committee

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