With the release of the Season 4 finale episode, “The Final Chapters (Part 2),” the well-known anime Attack on Titan has finally come to a close. Eren’s horrific death at the hands of his sweetheart Mikasa left fans speechless. With an amazing global viewership, Attack on Titan has established itself as one of the best anime series ever. After the conclusion, tearful fans expressed their gratitude to Attack on Titan creator Hajime Isayama, a Japanese manga artist, for his “sensational writing.” As of September 2022, there were about 110 million copies of the 37-year-old artist’s manga series in circulation, making it one of the best-selling manga series ever.

Soon after the episode concluded, fans of Attack on Titan flooded social media with “thank you” messages for Isayama. “I know I’m supposed to be taking a break, and I will, but I have to say Thank you, Hajime Isayama,” a fan commented on social media. I’ve been crying for about twelve hours, and I will continue to attempt to cope. However, what he has produced will always be a masterpiece. “Attack on Titan, even though I finished the manga two years ago, what a journey it has been watching the anime play out to its conclusion!” exclaimed another fan. 10/10 for pure genius. Isayama Hajime, thank you. I am grateful, Studio Mappa.

Passionate fans of manga and anime were sent to tears by the heartbreaking episode, which featured beloved characters who had to sacrifice everything for the good of humanity. The primary story has now come to a conclusion, said one of these moved fans. Thank you to WIT and MAPPA for their excellent animation work, and to Hajime Isayama for this wonderful story. “Hajime Isayama, thank you so much for creating this masterpiece and also mappa, wit, the entire team, much respect for everyone involved in the making of this legendary series-thank you so much for your hardwork and dedication,” another user added.

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