As excited as we are about Attack on Titan's arrival on K-Manga, series creator Hajime Isayama is as well.
To celebrate the arrival of his masterpiece on Kodansha's new manga service, the mangaka created a fresh illustration depicting the main characters enjoying K-Manga. Armin, Eren and Mikasa are seen huddled around a smartphone checking out over 400 titles available on the platform. The full-color work shows that although they're not shown reading Attack on Titan, their smiles suggest that they're pleased with what they see. Unlike other publishers like AoT and Tokyo Revengers, this service offers access to most of Kodansha's library for free. The company intends to add new series soon while releasing ongoing ones such as Blue Lock simultaneously.
Before K-Manga, Attack on Titan was only available in print from Kodansha or through poorly translated online sources. With K-Manga, fans now have an affordable and reliable way to read their favorite series. All titles are professionally translated, some even for the first time ever. Best of all, readers can access all chapters without paying anything upfront. For additional chapters beyond the free ones, K-Manga uses a ticket-based system that allows users to earn digital tickets or points simply by watching ads or logging into the app.
Attack on Titan and K-Manga
As part of K-Manga's "Welcome Celebration," all chapters of Attack on Titan are currently available for a limited time in exchange for digital tickets. This release comes at the perfect time for fans who want to refresh their memories ahead of the final part of the anime's finale this fall and enjoy some summer reading. The "Final Season" has been split into more sections than anticipated, but after its 10-year run, the franchise is set to come to a close by the end of 2023. However, there remains one last hurdle for the anime - adapting Isayama's controversial manga ending. It is uncertain whether studio MAPPA will follow his original text or try something new to appease disgruntled fans.
On Crunchyroll, you can stream Attack on Titan anime, which is available on the K-Manga app for iOS and Android devices.
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