Today, November 8th, 2020, the creator of The attack of the giants Hajime Isayama inaugurated the first official statue erected in honor of his work. The 1: 1 scale sculpture with the young Eren Jaeger, Armin Arlert and Mikasa Ackerman is now part of the public heritage of Hita, the city in which the author was born in 1986.

The event was broadcast live this morning and Isayama said he was incredibly honored and expressed his love for the city. The author then spoke about the manga and its success, also explaining that The Attack of the Giants story is now 99% complete. The work should therefore be completed in a few monthswith the publication of Chapter 138.

Back to the statue, this was made of bronze and is located at the foot of the Oyama Dam. Below are some footage posted on the city's Twitter profile. We remind you that the Isayama manga matters right now. Over 100 million copies in circulation and it is destined to become one of the most valuable and coherent works in history. The Hita city government therefore felt it was right to honor one of the greatest personalities to have ever lived in the city.

What do you think about it? Do you like the statue Please let us know by leaving a comment in the box below! In the meantime, we leave you with our in-depth analysis of chapter 134 of The Giants' Attack.

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