To mark the series finale, the cast and crew of Attack on Titan: The Final Season's second portion will gather for a final meeting and discussion.
There will be a live stream event for Attack on Titan's last episodes that will be broadcast worldwide.
An upcoming panel for Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 2 will be streamed live by production firm Pony Canyon. At 5:00 p.m. JST on November 14, Yuki Kaji (the voice of Eren Jaeger), Yui Ishikawa (Mikasa Ackerman), Marina Inoue (Armin Arlert, the Narrator), Kisho Taniyama (Jean Kirstein), Yuu Kobayashi (Sasha Blouse) and Ayane Sakura (Miranda) will participate at the panel (Gabi Braun). Viewers who purchase a ticket to the webcast will have access to an on-demand recording of the event until Nov. 21. Pony Canyon did not say whether the event would be a webcast with subtitles or a live translation into other languages.
Jan. 9 will mark the Japanese premiere of Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 2. Episodes of the final batch of the popular anime will be based on the manga by Hajime Isayama that came to an end in early 2021. The final episode of the series will be created by MAPPA, the company that replaced Wit Studio in production after Wit Studio finished the first three seasons of the anime. Prior to the airing of The Final Season Part 2, three recap specials will be released, which will present a condensed version of the anime's previous 75 episodes. Additional footage from OVA (original video animation) releases will also be included in the specials, which show crucial moments from the main show, such as Levi and Mikasa's perspectives. This isn't the only thing MAPPA has promised to add to these specials.
A panel with the English-speaking cast of Attack on Titan is scheduled for Funimation's booth at the Anime NYC conference in New York City.
There is little doubt that the series has a large and growing fan base, especially in the United States, where the show has recently been making headlines for a variety of reasons. As strange as it may seem, Riverdale actor Cole Sprouse recently debuted an Eren Jaeger outfit while Congressman Paul Gosar is currently facing backlash and discipline threats for posting an altered Attack on Titan video. Gosar's political adversaries, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and President Joe Biden, were depicted as Survey Corps soldiers who slain a number of titans in the footage, which had Gosar's face overlaid over the soldiers' faces.