1. Jean Is Hajime Isayama’s Favorite Character
2. Spider-Man and Captain America Anciently Fought the Titans
Spider-Man and Captain America are one of the most popular superheroes. They were against the vile giants of "Attack on Titan" Marvel’s collaboration with Attack on Titan creator Hajime Isayama has it covered.
In a crossover comic titled "Attack on Avengers," the eight-page adventure plays out the scenario of what happens when Titans attack the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"Attack on Avengers" has since been released digitally for free as part of Marvel’s Free Comic Book Day issue Secret Wars. It has been written by Isayama and illustrated by Gerardo Sandoval. The epic crossover was published in the Japanese magazine Brutu.
3. Attack on Titan's Best Mystery Isn't Actually the Titans. It's the Wall
4. Lord Balto Wasn't in Attack on Titan Manga
Most of the characters in the "Attack on Titan" anime show come from the manga but there are several exceptions.
Lord Balto who first appears in Attack on Titan episode 5 is one of the examples. Viewers saw him while playing chess with Dot Pixis as they’re interrupted by a soldier informing them of the Titan invasion on Trost District.
5. Sasha Blouse Was Actually Supposed to Die
Sasha Blouse (aka Potato Girl) has become one of "Attack on Titan’s" most precious characters.So, do you know that Hajime Isayama originally planned to kill her off?
In the early version of the Attack on Titan manga, her character was supposed to die at the end of Volume 9 but Isayama’s editor cried in the bathroom after reading the story which convinced him to edit the chapter and spare Sasha’s life.
The decision was very interesting and some fans does not know this important details about Sasha Blouse.