Attack on Titan never fails to give goosebumps with each episode, and as the anime is progressing, the threat of the extinction of humanity is increasing exponentially. The walls have been breached, and giant titans are heading straight toward the Marley to eradicate humanity. Eren being the founding titan, already made up his mind to fulfill his goal, and it is very important yet difficult to stop him at this point in time. The last episode of Attack on Titan revealed a lot of things as well as we get the chance to witness the most hyped face-off between two popular characters. In this article, we will analyze the preview of the 10th episode of the Shingeki no Kyojin and also take a look at the episode 9 preview in order to get a refresher.
Attack on Titan, also known as Shingeki no Kyojin, is a Japanese manga-based anime written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama. The story revolves around the people of Paradis Island who got invaded by giant man-eater beings called Titans. The protagonist of the show, Eren Yaeger, witnessed his mother as well as his fellow friends getting eaten by Titans. He vow to kill every single titan from this planet and joined the survey corpse to fight titans and to save humanity. As the anime progresses, he found that the real enemies are not titans but the humans themselves. The people from the other side of the ocean are the enemies. His goal from killing titans shifted to killing all of his enemies and later to killing every single human.
Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 Episode 9 Recap:
Shingeki no Kyojin Final Season Part 2 Episode 9 titled” The Night of the End” premiered this Sunday with many reveals and cliffhangers. The episode started with Jean dreaming about his happy and satisfying life after surviving in this great war. He is thinking about having a child with Mikasa, and this is the biggest reveal of the episode. We finally knew that Mikasa is the dream girl of Jean. Then, Hange comes to the scene, and finally, she and Levi recruit with other corpses. Hange finally announced that Eren’s genocide plan is against humanity, and they must stop him at any cost. She remembered her fallen mates, including commander Erwin and tells herself that their sacrifices shouldn’t go in vain.
Then there comes the most hyped moment of the episode when Annie asks Mikasa will she be able to kill Eren in order to stop him? Mikasa draws out her swords, and they had a fierce face-off. Reiner mentioned Marco in his few sentences and end up getting a few punches from Jean. Even Gabi got one hit, but Jean apologizes to her for this. Finally, the attention shifted towards Yelena, and she described each and every character and her true motives.
Attack On Titan Final Season Part 2 Episode 10 Preview & Release Date
Attack On Titan Final Season Part 2 Episode 10, titled “Traitor” is going to reveal major things about the show. At the end of Episode 9 of AOT, we saw Gabi asking for help from Jean, Armin, and others. She wants to help her parents in Liberio. Jean agrees to that, and they all began their journey to help Gabi. The tenth episode will cover the instances that will occur in saving Gabi’s parents. Humanity has been divided into two parts, Yaegerist and non-Yaegerist. Finally, the camera turns toward Connie, and Armin got scared after witnessing someone. It seems that they are stuck in a very desperate situation.
It is to be noted that Eren Yaeger has not made his presence in the past two episodes, and we think that episode 10 will focus only on Jean, Armin, and others and their rescue mission. We might get to see Titans in action. As the series is very close to its finale, we might get some jaw-dropping scenes that we haven’t seen in the preview. Creators usually hide this kind of surprise moment for some obvious reasons. Episode 10 of AoT’s final season Part 2 is scheduled to release on Sunday, 13 March 2022.
Where To Stream The Latest Episode?
Attack on Titan all episodes are available to stream on giant anime streaming service, Crunchyroll. You can even simulcast all the upcoming episodes on the same platform as soon as it hits Japanese Televisions. Attack on Titan is also available on Funimation in both subbed and dubbed however, the library of both the platforms started to merge in a single entity.
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