Assault on Titan has made a reputation for itself because of its brutal scenes and stunning reveals. First debuting as a manga from artist Hajime Isayama, the mangaka has been making the rounds to debate the collection within the wake of its manga finale. With this fall set to launch the ultimate episode of Assault on Titan’s anime adaptation, Isayama lately participated in an interview during which the mangaka described his favourite scene from the collection that’s recognized for its eye-popping revelations.

With out letting the cat out of the bag too quickly, the favourite second from Isayama does contain Reiner, aka the Armored Titan. Whereas first showing as one of many Scout Regiment’s strongest troopers, it was revealed that not solely was he an agent for the Marley nation, however was none apart from the Armored Titan that helped convey down the partitions in Assault on Titan’s first anime episode. After all, as is the case with many characters within the collection, Reiner was revealed to be fairly a sophisticated character who was combating the selections he made up to now and grappled with what he was meant to do sooner or later.

Assault on Titan: Reiner’s Reveal

As part of the Okay MANGA launch half, Isayama revealed that his favourite second from Assault on Titan was when Reiner and Bertholdt revealed that they had been the Armored and Colossal Titans respectively. The second in query nearly got here out of nowhere, throwing anime followers for a loop in its blunt supply. Here is how Isayama breaks down his admiration for the earth-shattering reveal, “It is when Reiner reveals his true self. I used to be in Kodansha’s storyboarding room when that scene got here to me after considering at my desk for hours. I used to be very excited after I got here up with the thought. I’ve a deep attachment to how I made that nice scene.”

Whereas a selected launch date has but to be revealed for Assault on Titan’s closing episode, the anime adaptation has confirmed that the final installment will arrive this fall. Based mostly on the horrific moments of the penultimate episode that dropped earlier this yr, followers ought to count on some main deaths to happen earlier than the collection ends. Isayama has been fairly adamant that the collection will not return for a sequel and/or spin-off, although the director’s minimize for the ultimate chapter actually leaves the door open for a possible return to the universe.