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Score: 9.07/10

Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3 Part 2

Eng Title : Attack on Titan Season 3 Part 2

JP Title : 進撃の巨人 Season3 Part.2

Year : 2019

Genre : Action, Drama, Fantasy, Military, Mystery, Shounen, Super Power

Season : Spring 2019

Status : Complete

Rating : R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Episodes : 10/10

Duration : 23 min. per ep.

Studios : Wit Studio

Synopsis

Seeking to restore humanity’s diminishing hope, the Survey Corps embark on a mission to retake Wall Maria, where the battle against the merciless "Titans" takes the stage once again. Returning to the tattered Shiganshina District that was once his home, Eren Yeager and the Corps find the town oddly unoccupied by Titans. Even after the outer gate is plugged, they strangely encounter no opposition. The mission progresses smoothly until Armin Arlert, highly suspicious of the enemy's absence, discovers distressing signs of a potential scheme against them. Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3 Part 2 follows Eren as he vows to take back everything that was once his. Alongside him, the Survey Corps strive—through countless sacrifices—to carve a path towards victory and uncover the secrets locked away in the Yeager family's basement.

The wait is over; Attack on Titan is finally back for its third run. While its first episode (38th overall) starts out sedately, it definitely doesn’t end that way. After all, what would the series be without a few grisly deaths?

The difference is that this time the Titans aren’t involved; except for Eren-Titan they don’t appear at all beyond brief flashback references. No, this time around it’s humans – and not even Titan-shifters – appear to be the enemy. The first two seasons have offered sparse, vague hints that there are some special interest groups within the government who might have less than savory designs on Eren and Historia. This episode makes it clear that the Reiss family – who Historia stands as an illegitimate heir to – is powerful enough to command the Military Police and have some influence over policies in the name of the king. What’s so important about the secrets of the Wall that they would have to go to such extreme measures as torturing the priest to death is still unclear, and it will presumably be one of the big mysteries to be unraveled this season.

The other party we meet this week is the special ops team led by Kenny the Ripper, a notorious serial killer who Levi apparently lived with as a child. Levi having a dark past was indicated by one of the OVA episodes but it’s hardly been hinted at in the TV series, and his troubles seem to go a level beyond what even the OVA suggested. I’m actually more curious about Kenny’s current goals than his past with Levi, but Levi’s comments also beg for some flashback explanation. The heavy emphasis on the main characters in their younger days in the opener suggest that we’ll get lots of backstory this season.

Speaking of the opener, while I love the song by YOSHIKI + HYDE and the visuals, it doesn’t really feel like a proper Attack on Titan opener, as it’s a much more graceful and melodic song than the bombastic openers of the first two seasons. The franchise’s penchant for sudden and bloody character deaths is certainly back in full force; I should know better by now than to start getting attached to any characters beyond the main leads. Whether or not Eren’s problems with transforming are connected to his new ability offers another good hook, and Historia’s future characterization should be interesting to watch. I certainly have no concern about the visuals, since they look as sharp as ever.

I may not have been as hotly-anticipating this new season as much headed into it, but this episode does its job well in renewing enthusiasm for the franchise. You can also free Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3 Part 2 anime watch online and free download anime.

The unknown is always too easy labelled as a threat, and it is easy to join that particular chorus who claim it, mainly due to fear, fear of failure and concern of personal cost. On the basis of that postulate, the journey resumes for our SnK characters, as they prepare to undertake a fierce battle against those who want to annihilate humanity...however, is that these guys objective? It is well known the one-of a kind storytelling attributes this adaptation has: the understated foreshadowing –great for those who like to re-watch shows-, the captivating epicity, the more than famous plot twists; nevertheless, it never stops to amaze me the ability –and specially, in this season- they have had to build, step by step, a huge storyline that is both fascinating and enjoyable, while being able of connecting the dots that had been scattered during the 3 seasons prior to this one -all of this without making the story messy and confusing-. While I am on this subject, I have to bring to the table the marvellous combination of this storytelling with the animation and music. One of the most overlooked aspects, not only in anime, but also on the film industry, is the ability of a motion picture to use this or that piece of music, sound, silence and/or frame in this or that given moment to capture the audience and, what can I say, Shingeki no Kyojin does it this season extremely well. Speaking about music, this asset is and has been one of SnK’s hallmarks. Not only the use of it –as I mentioned before- but the compositions per se are just one of a kind. Am I the only one who listens to them on a daily basis? And if this was not enough, WIT studio decided to bring into the equation some of the old soundtracks from season 1, which we will all agree were masterpieces. Furthermore, speaking about other technical aspects, the animation has made quite an improvement, leading to great results. This made some of the events –including fights- that took place over the course of this season something special: backgrounds were depicted in a really wonderful way, movements and facial expressions were really fluid and seemed pretty natural (including the Omni-directional mobility gear animation) and pace was used fantastically well –that episode 54 fight it’s a great example, where Levi moves so fast that it takes time to the physics to actually catch up with him, making it look like he moves at the speed of light-. This, accompanied by an amazing sound design, a cast sounding as good as they do and a very good characterization of the characters, makes Shingeki no Kyojin a really wonderful series to watch. And can’t forget what a banger the OP was. Moreover, I’m glad that, between the chaos of war, they have set aside some time to explore the inner conflicts of some of our characters, their convictions and motivations, the reason for them to fight, as well as exploring on how their decisions not only changed –and will change- their lives and made them who they are now, but the lives of the people around them. Characters like Levi, Armin or Erwin, who had not have so much screentime-development over the course of the show gain in importance on this season -it was about time-, without laying aside others like Eren -who finally shows a glimmer of manhood and logic-, Mikasa, or even our titanic traitors -if you know what I mean-, as they also meaningfully develop. For instance, side characters no longer feel like side characters. So, while I’m not in a position to say that I would never see something like this in awhile, I can say that this season was, hands down, a dazzling, breathtaking piece of animated work.

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