AND YOU, DO YOU LOVE IT OR HATE IT?
Shingeki no Kyojin episode 67 ‘The Killer’s Bullet’ surprised fans with several events packed into a chapter full of action, sadness and violence.

 

 

If you have already seen it, you will surely know that both the fans and the Exploration Corps have run out of Sasha Blouse, whom many knew as “the papa girl,” because of Gabi and the bullet she fired while getting on the airship.

Sasha’s wound de ella was fatal and she did not resist until the Island, especially leaving Connie, Jean, Mikasa, Armin and Eren himself in a state that many were hurt to see.

The interesting thing is the debate that this has generated among the Shingeki no Kyojin community, since while much of it really hates Gabi, others believe that the way she acts has enough congruence.

THE COMPARISONS BETWEEN GABI AND EREN

The above because Gabi is a reflection of Eren at times, in this case when they are both in the same situation: being just children and seeing his home of him destroyed, as well as the death of his loved ones.

In addition, in Gabi it is palpable what the war propaganda can do if the population is indoctrinated well, and she believes that she “is doing the right thing” by eliminating the demons from the Island of Paradis.

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However, for Gabi’s detractors, although the parallelism is undeniable, the actions that occurred in Marley are simply a consequence of the military oppression that this country maintained over the rest of the world.

The attack in Liberio is then given as a kind of revenge for what happened in Shiganshina so many years ago, and many fans believe that this makes the difference between Eren and Gabi within Shingeki no Kyojin.

The first is simply taking revenge and trying to free Eldia, being aware of the chain of hatred that he is in; the second is indoctrinated and with a blind hatred that prevents him from seeing beyond.

What do you think about the character of Gabi? Let us know in the comments.

Remember that you can watch a new episode of Shingeki no Kyojin every Sunday through Crunchyroll and Funimation.

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