On March 6, 2021 at 10:00 a.m., the administration of Hita City (Kyunshu, Japan) will inaugurate a bronze statue dedicated to Captain Levi, Character from the manga The Attack of the Giants by Hajime Isayama. This is the second statue dedicated to the work, after the one with Eren, Armin and Mikasa as protagonists on November 8th.
Hita is the birthplace of Hajime Isayama and Hundreds of tourists are welcomed every year who travel to discover the place where the mangaka grew up. The first statue turned out to be a huge success, and apparently the government decided to build another to celebrate the impending completion of the manga.
The city's governor will attend the press conference, which is reserved for a few local journalists only, and the statue will be open to the public from 12:00 noon. The sculpture, which can be viewed in front of Hita Central Station, is about 10 km from the position of Eren, Armin and Mikasa and will be life-size. In contrast to the last time Hajime Isayama will not attend the initiationThere is also no streaming broadcast.
We remind you that three days after the presentation, chapter 138 of the penultimate attack by the giants in Japan will be published. The final chapter will instead appear in April and mark the conclusion of one of the most important manga of all time.
Unlike the EMA statue ceremony, Hajime Isayama will not be present and there will be no livestream. pic.twitter.com/MCCSOiAWAE- Attack on Titan Wiki (@AoTWiki) February 26, 2021