Attack on titan Season 4 part 2
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Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2

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Synopsis Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2

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Before jumping to Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2, here is the story of the 3rd Season Part 2 :

Seeking to restore humanity’s diminishing hope, the Survey Corps embark on a mission to retake Wall Maria, where the battle against the merciless “Titans” takes the stage once again.

Returning to the tattered Shiganshina District that was once his home, Eren Yeager and the Corps find the town oddly unoccupied by Titans. Even after the outer gate is plugged, they strangely encounter no opposition. The mission progresses smoothly until Armin Arlert, highly suspicious of the enemy’s absence, discovers distressing signs of a potential scheme against them.

Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3 Part 2 follows Eren as he vows to take back everything that was once his. Alongside him, the Survey Corps strive—through countless sacrifices—to carve a path towards victory and uncover the secrets locked away in the Yeager family’s basement.

The Storyline of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2:

Humans are nearly exterminated by giant creatures called Titans. Titans are typically several stories tall, seem to have no intelligence, devour human beings, and, worst of all, seem to do it for pleasure rather than as a food source.

A small percentage of humanity survived by walling themselves in a city protected by extremely high walls, even taller than the biggest of titans. Flash forward to the present and the city has not seen a titan in over 100 years.

Teenage boy Eren and his foster sister Mikasa witness something horrific as the city walls are destroyed by a colossal titan that appears out of thin air. As the smaller titans flood the city, the two kids watch in horror as their mother is eaten alive. Eren vows that he will murder every single titan and take revenge for all of mankind.

Attack on titan Season 4 part 2

Attack on titan Season 4 part 2

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 The Main Characters:

    • Eren Yeager (エレン・イェーガーEren Yēgā, alt. “Eren Jaeger”)
    • Mikasa Ackerman (ミカサ・アッカーマンMikasa Akkāman, alt. “Mikasa Ackermann”)
    • Armin Arlert (アルミン・アルレルトArumin Arureruto, alt. “Armin Arlelt”)
    • Reiner Braun (ライナー・ブラウンRainā Buraun)

Watch the main characters of Attack on Titan Season 4 before and after:

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Reviews:

Mar 28, 2021
NextUniverse (All reviews)

(TLDR Review at the bottom, as always, thanks for reading)


Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2. But is it an attack on titans now, or maybe a bigger enemy at hand?

I’m sure AOT needs no introduction, it is that one anime that has spammed up everyone’s YT recommendations with drip memes, Eren table scene memes, 10 hour fuck Gabi videos and her getting beat up,thicckasa if you dived that deep into the culture. When the first episode of the final season came out, it was so powerful not even telling my dad for the Crunchyroll to work as possible.

When I say this anime is something else in terms of internal and external events, I mean that this anime is something else. God knows when we are getting another community and anime like this ever again. I am glad I was here to experience this bit of the trek with others like myself and beyond.

I could go on and on about the moments shared. But I must write a review for now.

Narrative of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2:
I may sound like a hardcore fanboy, but I am going to explain why I think this is a 10/10 narrative. I would also like to believe that people reading this review are aware of the references I will make to previous seasons. Ok cool.

Starting off the Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2, we get a bit of insight into the enemies on the other side of the sea. From initial impressions, it can be told that this nation, which uses children in warfare, is clearly lost in morale. And that is the slow building of this new true evil enemy of humanity, Marley. How AOT goes around building this empire of Marley is an interesting one.

Marley has qualities of a fascist, imperialistic, tyrannical nation that can be converged to past real-life nations in human history. Those qualities don’t just exist for the sake of it too, it is part of the long prejudice against Indians, in which Marley exploits that to grow themselves and their dominance around the world. It is that which starts a whole chain of events. A serious chain.

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 story is focused on the cycle of hate, the consequences it has and the action people want to take due to it. Everything that has ever happened so far in the story from start to end (as of now) the cycle of hate continues to prevail in high life, all the while both sides suffer from nothing but losses.

That is where the story really shines, the story plays two events on both sides of the spectrum, one we already know and love, Eren’s side, and the other we are made to hate Gabi’s side, it does a good job at making us hate Gabi’s side of the story too, but when you look into it, who is wrong in this mindless loop of destruction?
Both sides have given birth to a nation that seeks to exploit and dominate in an imperialistic fashion, the other gives birth to a literal Bakemono, a Monster, the devil himself if you really want to go there. The story does a really good job of making those find more important questions.
No one here’s truly wrong because, in war, both sides believe in what they are doing to be the just cause of action. Both sides are deluded by their beliefs so much so that there isn’t a spec of the question as to if they might be ever so slightly wrong in their actions. Everyone becomes a victim of their surroundings.

It is a fantastic way to really emphasize this world of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2. From the start, it is clear that the hate got too many characters to the point of joining the army at a young age and leaders making up false stories for the sake of maintaining status. The world is cruel, and it sure as hell shows it here.

Characters are really something else in Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2. I want to first get rid of two characters that I found obviously flawed in the anime. Those two being Mikasa and Armin. In simple terms, the former is still a hardcore simp, the latter is still a hardcore weakling. How they don’t change after all these years is beyond me.

If Eren’s drip game can go from 0 to 100, wouldn’t it make sense his childhood friends caught on? But in all seriousness, I never quite understood the purpose of Mikasa and Armin.
They are annoying, part of the reason I don’t like them too much, but I acknowledge that annoying =/= bad character. The bad qualities of them should I say lie in what purpose they serve to the story as of the Final Season in my opinion.
Mikasa has some benefit of the doubt given to her, she is starting to open up that Eren’s apparent downfall is not one that wishes the best of him in his future, she even goes out of her way to question whether or not he is doing the right thing, but again, for the sake of the story, she needs to brainlessly be there for Eren even when my boy is committing various war crimes in the former Eldian empire.
She was going places but easily lost herself due to a static character within her. Her “development”, if you can even call it that, is a stretch in my opinion. She makes no effort to do anything she wouldn’t normally do for a nice change in character, especially during these god-awful times that both sides have faced. To be fair, Mikasa is supposed to be this life-devoting girl to Eren because he saved her, but no development is absurd on quite a few levels, making her less of a believable character.

Armin is still the same dude he was from the start, I honestly don’t know why he too hasn’t changed, actually, it would make sense that having the successor of human’s greatest leader would feel like a burden, but all that time to train apparently meant nothing, well okay then. No development here to be pleased with.

Now, for the real MVPs. Eren. The dude is one of my favorite characters in the series, and not because he does an edgelord moment, but his change from the start to the end whilst still being consistent is quite satisfying and understandable to view. When Eren said he was gonna kill his enemies, he wasn’t playing games. He did everything in his power to make that try and this season shows the beginning of such a change of heart.

Gabi. The annoying girl? But is she really? I remember when it was very easy to hate on Eren because of quite a similar personality, I was the same in that boat. Everything she does is justifiable despite being executed in a way to annoy the audience. Past the clouds and she isn’t really any different from other characters like Eren.

Hate grew on her, and she is fighting for the sake of the people she cares about, sounds a little bit like Eren does it not? Overall, I think Gabi is quite an interesting character, though, unlike Eren, she is portrayed on the wrong side of the story, giving her a different experience than Eren’s life, the person she is most similar to.

Her character plays out quite well if I am honest, the truth which she faces, later on, the reaction of which makes for a tragic life for Gabi honestly. Great writing overall for her.

Reiner. Gigachad hella swagger Reiner drip glow up. In seriousness, Reiner is one of the best characters in the series. He understands a lot more about the world and the harsh reality he has to face due to the brainwashing and control of Marley, he is a victim of the situation. A tragic one after what he has had to face during so.

I feel quite bad for the dude but it goes to show like Gabi, he was part of the corrupted system which devalued his life so much that he was lost of everything.

Zeke is one I want to get a little into too, later on in the story he plays a big role in everything that goes down, but there is more than meets the eye with Zeke. you being to understand his motives a bit more and why he did the things he does, an intriguing Monke, to say the least.

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 uses a lot of explicit themes in the story to give it the acclamation it has, like revenge, hate, dystopia, but one of the more implicit themes to be shared is influence.

I have noticed that every character in Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 as a child has been influenced in some way. Eren with his past trauma growing into hatred, Gabi the same without the trauma, more like a duty. Reiner is the same, but it is based on duty rather than anything else, Zeke would get into spoilers, but you will see what I mean when you get there.

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 does well at this and has made for more believable characters in the grand scale of things, past experiences will have a lot on what you say as you grow up. It also makes me think that on both a superficial and intramural level, the story has something to share regardless of how deep you dive into it.

There aren’t a lot of stories out there like this one. One of a kind honestly.

Audiovisuals of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2:
The visuals are an iffy situation, I would be a liar to say I enjoyed the visuals all the way, but notes to take into account are, watch this at a minimum of 720p HD quality, and try to get used to the CGI early on.

The CGI really got to me in particular but I got used to it in the end, it is quite unfortunate that Mappa had been given a really bad schedule, it was borderline impossible to make great Sakuga all the way through, welcome to the anime industry where money is a top priority, but that’s a story for another time.
I understand that there wasn’t any substantial time for Mappa to even make 10/10 animation, but it doesn’t excuse the fact that this isn’t the best thing in the world. It isn’t. So I didn’t see this as anything of glory for the most part, however, even with a bs schedule, Mappa did actually have quite a bit of moment where there were just great scenes overall, their 2D animation and was still amazing to hold onto the tragic reality Mappa faced.
They also have amazing camera work, which made most scenes that much more impactful. I could name a few but they would go into spoilers. This is a tragic category, but it is one that I still found some goodness in.
Audio of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2:
I have been meaning to only give 10/10 audio to only Clannad’s OST, but that changes today, not that numbers meant much to begin with, but you know.
Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 doesn’t suffer from any kind of lack in the soundtrack to the point where innovation is needed, it also has a wide range of sounds that feature more or less anything that produces a sound, basically, this has it all, the great sound is clearly prominent in this series and has clearly shown that these pieces were composed.
So many great tracks to remember, be it due to controversy or just the hype surrounding the said OST brings. OP and ED are in the same boat, I can’t say both tracks have left my head at all, and on the visual side of things, they are completely memorable and original.

Amazing sounds. Nothing less. I also need to talk about the Seiyuus because they did an outstanding performance, it is burnt into the memory of how well they performed, generally amazing on everyone’s side. You won’t see acting like this in a good while I tell you, endorse it now whilst it is still there.

Enjoyment of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2:
There are a lot of things very enjoyable about Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2. Most of mine comes from an external experience, in talking to fans about the philosophy of the characters, what might be upcoming, and which side are you on. You can do this with yourself internally too, it depends on how you look at it really.

Universal enjoyment is really what I just said, mostly about asking yourself the different questions this has to offer, there is no wrong answer which makes it all the more interesting. Random theories come out of nowhere but they could hold water. Is all fair in war? At the end of the day, Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 allows you to build your own enjoyment of what it gives to you.

Other side factors directly within the anime include hype moments and fight scenes you are just dying for. Whilst they aren’t the best, they are still extremely good and something that I find myself looking forward to at times. Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 needs to have its action here and there to satisfy both parties I guess.

In saying that, I do have to point out that a lot of people get a bit bored with the slowness of episodes containing no action and serving as plot-based episodes, I would agree slightly, but it is the same slow journey that is worth the while. You just need to prevail. All in all, Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 does a good job of allowing everyone to enjoy themselves. There’s something for all in this gem.

Overall rating of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 – 9.6 (10)

TLDR Review:
Story – 10: Philosophical questions, political troubles, generally very intriguing story to find yourself immersed in.
Visuals – 9: Yes the CGI isn’t the best, but it is actually used quite well, 2D animation still amazing and
Audio – 10: Amazing OST, OP, ED and seiyuus. It is one of a kind here.
Characters – 9.5: Slight hiccup in a few characters, everyone else
Enjoyment – 9.5: Very minor complaint, sometimes episodes are less intriguing than others, but most of the time the hype is still there and this is something to look forward to.

Overall – 9.6 (10)

Before I cut this review off, I really want to put out there this amazing things have gone down with everything in relation to Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2, good or bad, these events were something to witness, getting a following like this again for the new manga, which will eventually turn into popular manga, into anime, into popular anime, into a global success, doesn’t seem like it will happen anytime soon. I am glad I was here when this season aired, experiencing all the events that went down lol. Truly monumental moment.

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