Attack on Titan Season 2
進撃の巨人 (Shingeki no Kyojin)


Many years ago, the last remnants of humanity were forced to retreat behind the towering walls of a fortified city to escape the massive, man-eating Titans that roamed the land outside their fortress. Only the heroic members of the Scouting Legion dared to stray beyond the safety of the walls – but even those brave warriors seldom returned alive. Those within the city clung to the illusion of a peaceful existence until the day that dream was shattered, and their slim chance at survival was reduced to one horrifying choice: kill – or be devoured!
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  • Animation quality and consistency for that time. 

Poor < Fair < Good < Great


  • How well the story flows and keeps you engaged.

Poor < Fair < Good < Great


Character design
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A second season aired from April 1 to June 17, 2017, on MBS and other television networks. Funimation and Crunchyroll streamed the second season on their respective websites, while Adult Swim aired a dubbed version.

Alternative titles

– Shingeki no Kyojin Season 2
– Attack on Titan Season 2
– 進撃の巨人 attack on titan Season 2
– Ataque A Los Titanes Temporada 2
– L`attacco dei Giganti – Seconda stagione
– L`attaque des Titans saison 2
– 진격의 거인 2
– Attack on Titan (2017)
– Attack on Titan 2
– Shingeki no Kyojin (2017)
– Shingeki no Kyojin 2
– AoT2
– SnK2

TL;DR Review

This is a shorter season of Attack on Titan with only 12 episodes. The story takes up almost right after where the first season ended.

The story doesn’t seem to progress much, though many revelations were revealed. Bit and pieces of the world and some characters are slowing being expanded upon.

This season focuses more on some side characters and the action was more an afterthought. For this reason, this season feels a little slower than the first. The second season is still good, despite being short and rather talkative.

The music choice is similar to the previous season. I am not particularly fond of their music selections. They were neither good nor bad, just not particularly memorable.

I still highly recommend this series to Games of Thrones fan that don’t mind gory violence scenes. Attack on Titan contains graphic violence and suggestive themes/dialogs. Parental guidance is advised. Intended for mature audiences.

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Opening Theme

– “Shinzou o Sasageyo!” by Linked Horizon (eps 1-12)7

Closing Theme

– “Yuugure no Tori” by Shinsei Kamattechan (eps 1-12)



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