Attack on Titan Anime Fans Will Rewrite The End Of The Manga

A group of fans unhappy with the ending that Hajime Isayama gave to the Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan) manga, decided to rewrite the end of the literary series in a doujinshi titled Attack on Titan no Requiem, whose first part will be released on the 29th of next May.

As the account exceeded 8,000 followers on Twitter, the user group decided to reveal yet another panel of this “rewrite” of Shingeki no Kyojin:

They also answered some questions from fans through their social networks, such as:

Will there be a time jump after Requiem?

We haven’t explored the possibility of a sequential chapter yet, you never know what the future holds! But we’re just concentrating on finishing the manga right now.

Zeke, warriors, Armin, and Mikasa! We honestly had a lot of fun writing a lot of them and discussing each one with the fans of the characters if we didn’t have one on the team.

How are you going to fit all the character arcs and turning points in your version? Was it difficult to try to reconcile everything?

Yes, it was definitely a challenge and we had to talk/discuss in detail how all events would unfold and work. We had to prioritize the main themes that were missing and try to create a suitable ending for everyone, but there are certain things that need to be removed.

I hope I don’t seem rude, but will you treat all the characters, even the ones you don’t like, fairly? I hope you give each character a fair conclusion.

Will it be just for Eren x Historia supporters or will it also include some things about Mikasa? It would be very silly if this ending was just to please the “ships”. Mainly because Mikasa is a nice character and it would be a shame if his character didn’t end well.

We’ve said it several times, but again: THIS IS NOT ABOUT SHIP! We do not dislike chapter 139 for that reason. It is much bigger than that and our ending strives to end all themes and provide a character ending in a satisfying way. However, remember that this ending will not be for everyone.

It should be noted that while some users on the network consider this “an insult to the original work”, it is actually no different from any hentai doujinshi seen on the internet or from a story written on Wattpad. In addition, the user group has pointed out on several occasions that this is a non-profit project, so they are not getting an economic benefit from an intellectual property that does not belong to them.

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