Attack on Titan: The Musical Reveals Main Visual

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Attack on Titan: The Musical, which is set to begin its run in 2023, has received a main visual featuring the members of the Training Corps and Survey Corps leaping into action at the command of Erwin Smith.

Attack on Titan: The Musical will open at Osaka’s Orix Theater on January 7, where it will run until January 9. Later, the musical will be performed at Tokyo’s Nippon Seinenkan Hall from January 14 to January 24.

The musical is directed by Gou Ueki, whose stage directing credits include Butai Akudama Drive and Hypnosis Mic -Division Rap Battle- Rule the Stage: Bad Ass Temple VS Matenro. The main trio of Eren, Mikasa, and Armin are being played by Kurumu Okamiya, Sara Takatsuki, and Eito Konishi.

©諫山創・講談社/「進撃の巨人」-the Musical-製作委員会

Hajime Isayama‘s Kodansha-published Attack on Titan manga ran from 2009 and to 2021 with 34 tankoubon volumes. The anime adaptation began in 2013 with WIT STUDIO producing the first three seasons, while MAPPA took over as the animation production company for the various parts of Final Season, including the upcoming Part 3. There have also been spin-offs, video games, a two-part live-action movie, live-action drama, and more.

Kodansha USA describes the manga as:

A century ago, the grotesque giants known as Titans appeared and consumed all but a few thousand humans. The survivors took refuge behind giant walls. Today, the threat of the Titans is a distant memory, and a boy named Eren yearns to explore the world beyond Wall Maria. But what began as a childish dream will become an all-too-real nightmare when the Titans return and humanity is once again on the brink of extinction…


Sources: @shingekimusical, Comic Natalie

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