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‘Attack On Titan’ Season 2 Coming In Spring 2017; Jumbo-sized Brawl Seen To Catapult New Season

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Fans of the manga series are now kicking heels as "Attack on Titan" Season 2 anime will finally be seen come Spring 2017. Although reports claimed that fans in Japan will of course see it first, U.S. fans, however, are advised to wait a little longer since the anime will still be subbed and dubbed.

Fans will now have to kiss away the waiting-in-vain game as illustrator Hajime Isayama promises a high quality anime, iDigital Times reported. It can be recalled that issues surrounding its delay stemmed from waiting for the manga series to end before the anime could take off into its second season.

There is a little revelation about Season 2's storyline but considering that Isayama has continued drawing "Attack on Titan" during the anime's hiatus, a fairly faithful adaptation of the manga source material seems likely to be taken. Season 2 might possibly be trailing a story line of jumbo-sized brawl between the human trio Eren, Mikasa,and Armin against remaining primary Titan triumvirate Titan Eren, the Collosal Titan, and the Armored Titan, Rocket News reported.

Fans were also given a birds-eye view of what "Attack on Titan" Season 2 has to offer from the first trailer released by FUNimation and Kodansha just before Christmas day, reports Nerdist. The footage had so many indications of where Season 2 story is going such as the continued battle among men and women of the Scout Regiment against man-eating giants.

It is also noticeable in the trailer the growing number of Titans that they will be battling about. Infact, the source added that the footage gave a glimpse of a new Titan named Beast Titan and a horde of other misshapen giants who are gathering to renew their war on humanity.

Fans indeed are in for a jumbo-sized brawl in the second season of "Attack on Titan" and if reports surrounding the anime story line be true, it will be that titans may have been protecting humans from other titans the entire time.

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