Hajime Isayama's masterpiece, The attack of the giantshas achieved many goals, some of them very specific. However, the last of these has rightly been included in the Guinness Book of Records by the franchise. Here's what it's all about and why the series deserves an award.

Indeed, some time ago Kodansha After we announced the world's largest volume of The Attack of the Giants, we are talking about a monster edition of 70.4 x 100 in cm and a limited edition of only 100 units, which are proposed at a price of 1200 euros. To give you an idea of ​​the actual size, this particular variant is 36 times the original size. The Guinness World Record He had informed the publisher that he would only add this edition to his register if he could sell all the copies made for the occasion.

However, the reception of readers was so extraordinary that they were enough less than 2 minutes to sell out. As a result, the award was presented to Kodansha headquarters with a souvenir photo of the editor responsible for the attack on the giants. Shintaro Kawakubo.

This is just the umpteenth milestone that Isayama has achieved thanks to his masterpiece. But as for the sensei, did you know the mangaka created additional tables for the release of volume 34 of The Attack of the Giants? And you, on the other hand, what do you think of this award, does it deserve it? Let us know with a comment below.


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