Hajime Isayama, in his currently greatest masterpiece, The attack of the giants, has built a whole mythology dictated by the origins of the giants, imposing creatures with different characteristics, yet hiding several secrets that the author has gradually uncovered.

A little less than a month ago, The Attack of the Giants ended for good, despite conflicting opinions among readers of the manga, and Isayama herself felt compelled to apologize to this group of fans who did not appreciate the end of the story. In any case, a significant part - if not the majority - of fans appreciated the latest developments in the narrative and continued to support the project with multiple manifestations of creativity.

The last of these is of a particular one in this regard CanadianTurt1e who tried to reinterpret that Armored giant and the giant animal borrowed from Japanese mythology. As you can see from the graph at the end of the news, the two titans appear with the characteristics of a real samurai and iconic armor.

And you, on the other hand, what do you think of this artist's latest illustration, do you like it? As usual, let us know what you think about this with a comment in the appropriate box at the bottom of the page, but not before you've checked out the cover of the latest volume from The Attack of the Giants.

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