'Attack On Titan' Season 2 News: Mangaka Isayama Gets Involved In Screenwriting; Former Editor Arrested For Murder [VIDEO]By Ernest A
Fans who are waiting for the release of the "Attack on Titan" Season 2 can rest assure that the caliber of the franchise will be at par with the standards they've been accustomed with. That is because the creator behind the acclaimed anime series was reported to be involved in the production of the upcoming season, which something that is uncommon to see. In other news, the former editor of the franchise was said to have been arrested for murder, according to resources.
Just like many film or TV adaptations, the creators themselves are rarely seen being deeply involved in productions or the like. However, that is not the case with the upcoming "Attack on Titan" Season 2 since the creator was said to be involved in the screenwriting, Comicbook reported.
It was stated therein that the acclaimed mangaka, Hajime Isayama, was involved with "Attack on Titan" Season 2's screenwriting. In a previous interview noted by the source, both Isayama and the director of the series, Tetsuro Araki, shared to fans the work that they have done for the upcoming season installment.
As for "Attack on Titan" Season 2, Isayama said that it took them some time to prepare for the second season. But it may all be worth it for fans all over as he further stated that the time they spent resulted in them being able to better plan things and produce a higher caliber of anime series.
The reason that the mangaka was able to confidently say that was because of the fact that he is involved in the screenwriting work for "Attack on Titan" Season 2. As such, they ask fans to be a bit more patient and to tune in once the upcoming installment gets released worldwide.
In other news, it was reported that the former editor for "Attack on Titan," Park Jung-Hyun, was arrested and brought into custody for allegedly murdering his wife, CGMag Online noted. The allegations were raised back in August of last year where reports have indicated a foul play in the death of Jung-Hyun's wife.
The source also pointed out that Jung-Hyun edited work for "Attack on Titan" for Bessatsu Shonen Magazine back in 2009.