When man-eating Titans first appeared 100 years ago, humans found safety behind massive walls that stopped the giants in their tracks. But the safety they have had for so long is threatened when a colossal Titan smashes through the barriers, causing a flood of the giants into what had been the humans’ safe zone. During the carnage that follows, soldier Eren Jaeger sees one of the creatures devour his mother, which leads him to vow that he will kill every Titan. He enlists some friends who survived to help him, and that group is humanity’s last hope for avoiding extinction at the hands of the monsters.
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The third season of the phenomenal Attack on Titan series has been the best to date. Despite a mid-season break the show returned with an explosive second half, shaking up the entire landscape of the series.
One of the great successes of the show is how it is able to communicate a different theme for each season. This season dealt with the concept of truth and how it affected the cast, with Eren and Historia being in the forefront.
This season has been excellently paced. Massive action set pieces are followed with punctuated with quiet moments to take stock of the situation. This emphasis the cost of the knowledge acquisition, further driving the characters towards a goal.
The second half of the season kicked off with a non-stop thrill ride with some of the most shocking reveals of the series. I’m eagerly anticipating the fourth season.
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