Eren is definitely the protagonist of Attack of the Giants 4, an individual who, along with his closest friends Armin and Mikasa, embarked on a path of revenge against the giants who destroyed his home and killed his mother. But what does the author of the whole story think?

Just a few days ago, The Attack of the Giants manga surpassed 100 million copies sold, a figure that once again confirms the enormous success of Hajime Isayama's masterpiece some time after the end of the story. But what exactly does the Sensei think of the main plot? The editor Kawakuboduring an interview he answered a few questions about the work.

First, he confirmed that the story ended exactly as originally planned. Or rather, only the end of the protagonist was predetermined, since the direction of the plot was developed as the work progressed. Speaking of finally Isayama's views on Attack on Titanexplained: "For Isayama, AoT is the story he started with a strong desire to illustrate what happened to the protagonist (Eren)."

And indeed, for those who know the ending, the plot ended with the spotlight being pinpointed on the consequences of his actions. And you instead, what do you think of these clarifications from Editor Kawakubo? As usual, please let us know by leaving a comment in the appropriate box at the bottom of the page.

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