Shingeki no Kyojin News: THIS FAMOUS SAGA HAS COME TO ITS END AND KODANSHA HAS DECIDED TO CELEBRATE IT IN BIG

 

Shingeki no Kyojin has finally come to an end, volume 34 of Hajime Isayama’s manga has managed to generate a furor in his fandom. So, the Kodansha publishing house, responsible for publishing this saga, has not missed the opportunity to celebrate this milestone with a giant mural at Shinjuku Station in Japan.

This mural titled Inspiring Giants shows the cast of Shingeki no Kyojin in their Titan mode. This is more than 45 meters long, on it you can read: “12 years of gratitude.” A gift that Kodansha has prepared for his fans in Japan and that he shared with the rest through Twitter.

WHERE CAN I SEE THIS SHINGEKI NO KYOJIN WALL?

Currently, this Shingeki no Kyojin mural stands in the east-west free passage of the Shinjuku train station in the Tokyo metropolitan area, Japan. It will only be available for one week, although this could change in the following days.

This mural shows us a small animation: At the beginning, we can see the face of Eren Jaeger as a titan breaking the walls with the legend Shingeki no Kyojin in front. Later, this wall falls to show a large part of the cast of titans (including those who were within the walls of Paradis) with the message: 12 years of gratitude. We hope that this incredible mural can reach more parts of the world.

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