The creator of Shingeki No Kyojin have revealed some details about his plans for the future.
Hajime Isayama has given some details about his plans for the future.
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The Shingeki No Kyojin franchise does not stop being on everyone’s lips, because after the revelation of the release date of the final part of the last season, other news has emerged that could raise fan expectations who are anxious to know any detail regarding this work.
Hajime Isayama, the creator of Shingeki No Kyojin, has been involved in various news, as this mangaka has recently revealed his plans for the future after the end of the series, since it is known that perhaps this year all the chaos that Eren Jaeger has caused is culminated after having carried out his plans to end humanity.
However, in the midst of all the news regarding this series, they have revealed some details of Hajime Isayama’s future plan after the end of the series. Next, we tell you the details.
Hajime Isayama has revealed some details of his plan for his future
La franquicia de Shingeki No Kyojin apparently he’s had a pretty productive few monthssince its creator has been on tour in several countries in which he has revealed details about the end of the series that have caused an impact on fans.
Likewise, after the announcement of the premiere of the last arc and the controversial decision to divide it into two cuts, many fans have shown their disagreement with this choice, so they have turned to the networks to express their annoyance. Reason why Studio MAPPA has spoken and has revealed why it will take so long for the end of Shingeki No Kyojin to arrive, calming the tension that has been created by this controversy.
On the other hand, the recent appearance that Hajime Isayama had in France has left new news regarding his projects, since this mangaka was present at a comics event in that country, where he had the opportunity to talk about Shingeki No Kyojin and his futureleaving a glimpse of the plans he has for this.
During this event Isayama revealed some details about his future plans after a moderator asked him about his next projects, so this mangaka quickly replied that he has been planning a special project.
Isayama took advantage of this question to give more details about this project commenting the following:
“This hasn’t been announced yet, but maybe I’ll pick up my pen and post another 15 pages. I can’t promise anything, but thanks to all your cheers, I’ll do my best.”
This comment from Isayama has made it clear that has not yet completely abandoned the idea of making a short mangaWell, if this new project occurs, it could be the rumored spin-off of Levi Ackerman that is currently being talked about so much, because in a previous interview he commented that he has some ideas in mind for a sequel to this famous character, but none of this has been confirmed yet.
It should be noted that on repeated occasions Hajime Isayama has flatly denied creating a sequelWell, despite having some recurring ideas in his head, this mangaka has declared that he may not be able to specify them, since he still seems to have mixed feelings regarding all the controversy surrounding the end of Shingeki No Kyojin, which makes it difficult for him to this get down to work to a new story.
On the one hand, a short story about Levi Ackerman would fill the Shingeki No Kyojin fandom with emotionsince this is one of the most beloved characters in this work, so the public would receive this project with open arms, erasing the bitter taste in the mouth that Isayama had to go through with respect to the end of the series.
Isayama has also stated that there is some parts of the series that he would have liked to expandso it would not be unreasonable to imagine that he makes some changes for the end of the series as he has warned on some occasions.
Without a doubt, Isayama does know how to raise hype and fan expectations of the franchise, because with these statements he has given a lot of material for fans to start speculating or getting ideas about a future spin-off about Levi Ackerman.
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