A Huge ‘Attack on Titan’ Gallery Is Coming to Anime NYC

A huge Attack on Titan manga gallery is coming to next month’s Anime NYC convention. The announcement, which came at the end of September from Kodansha Comics, detailed the publishing company’s return to the premier anime convention in New York City.

By showcasing the art by Attack on Titan creator Hajime Isayama, the exhibition is set to celebrate the conclusion of the immensely popular series. In addition to the art, the exhibition will feature messages from fans of the series on a special board. Kodansha Comics is currently collecting posts from social media that use the #ThanksAttackonTitan hashtag to display online and at the upcoming gallery.

Part 1 of the final season premiered in December of last year and concluded this past March. Back in August, it was announced that part 2 of the final season will premiere on the NHK General channel this upcoming January with episode 76, titled “Danzai” (“Sentencing”).

The Anime NYC convention will take place at the Javitz Center from Friday, November 19 through Sunday, November 21.

In related news, Universal Studios Japan is set to create a Pokémon theme park experience.
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