Attack on Titan 7 Paperback – Sep 24 2013
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Hajime Isayama first published Attack on Titan in Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine in 2009. It became a sleeper hit and won the Kodansha Manga Award in shōnen category in 2011. This is his first manga.
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Story: The story is a serious heartbreaker this time around, but then again when isn't it in this series. Eren decides to open a can on this female titan as you can see in the cover photo lol. There is a lot of deaths this time around as well, but its expected in this series. Levi pull a cool move in this volume, and I can see why he is the best in the series. 4/4.
Characters: There are many characters in this series and you really never know who or when there going to die. This series is a prime example of that. Eren and female titan hog the attention in this volume with their drag out fight, but you get snapshots of everybody else. 3/3
Artwork: Creepy and scary are a plus in my book when it comes to artwork. 3/3.
Overall, this volume is action packed and full of surprises. This series is not like Naruto where you got a cast of 80 people with some serious insane villians. This volume series is about surviving and living. Your hoping to see your family and friends the next day instead of burying them. Also at the same time you get some serious twists and some badass moments in this series. These characters have grown on me and I hope you give the series a try.
While the art may not be my favorite, your mileage may vary. Generally speaking, if you've gotten through the prior six volumes, there's absolutely no reason you wouldn't enjoy this one.
The Seventh installment the Survey Corps are still outside the wall only they have caught the female titan with the anticipation of figuring out who’s really inside. However before they can take her back to the base she lets loose a cry calling all the titans who are near to charge into the forest right for her eating her body as she sheds her titan form. Leaving them stuck trying to figure out who it was. Armin may not be the fighter that Mikasa is but he’s clearly very intelligent and might just be able to figure who’s the spy among the ranks.
I enjoyed volume 7 it’s a little more of what’s going on learning more about the titans. We are starting to see more of Armin’s true character as well as Mikasa who we already know is a badass. Secrets are unfolding slowly in the story but it’s starting to reveal more and more that maybe some of the few know more about the reason the titans exist than they are letting on. Another fast paced action packed installment the more I learn the harder it is to put them down. I’m curious to see who’s the female titan and what they plan to do about her. So far I’m really enjoying the way the series is going and can’t wait to finish. I very well could spend the next day finishing off the series because I’m hooked. It just keeps getting better and better as the manga progress.
[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]
This series just gets more intense the more I read. More horrible, but amazing. I can’t get enough.
There was a big, scary, graphic titan fight in this volume. It was scary for Eren, but it was also really, almost overwhelmingly sad for Mikasa. I feel for her so much. I understand her need to protect Eren, and how horrible it would feel for her if something were to happen to him.
I still feel like her and Levi should have a talk at some point. They’re either going to understand each other, form some kind of kinship and work really well together, or they’re going to clash. I want to know which one it is.
The ending was just… it leaves so much. Anything could happen next, and it definitely doesn’t seem like it’s going to be good. And then we see that what they’ve experienced is so horrible, and it reminds Eren of when he was younger, and it’s just painful for him.
The series is just so horrifying, so terrible, and it’s done so amazingly well. I am seriously loving it. The next volume is going to be good, I know it.
(Also, I have to say (again?) how much I just love the fake previews at the end of the volume. It shows Isayama’s humor, which there isn't a lot of time for in the chapters, and it always makes me laugh.)