Review: ATTACK ON TITAN Season 2

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Season two starts off where the
last season ended. Eren Jaeger and his friends are still at war with the
humanoid eating Titans. It doesn’t get any easier as more mysteries and enemies are discovered along the way

With season one’s massive popularity, you would think that season two would have been right around the corner. But unfortunately, we all had to wait four years
before we could continue the animated adventures of Eren Jaeger and his
friends.

The second season starts off with a short recap of the first season before
picking back up where it left off and going full. Just like before, this
season is truly a nail biter, both with the action and story. I would even go so
far as to say that season two is better than season one.

The animation is spectacular, using mixtures of 3D and 2D animation perfectly.
The action scenes are even better than before. The voice work is fantastic,
with the only gripes being that you can notice a change in their voices, which
makes sense being four years have passed since season 1. Something that might feel like
nitpicky, however since the season doesn’t start with a time skip, it does
feel weird (but maybe that’s just me.)

The biggest weakness this season has, is also to some degree its biggest strength. Unlike the previous season with its 25 episodes, season two is 12
episodes long. It helps the season to be more “tight” in its
storytelling, and avoid the fluff. But it’s also is a big hurdle because it doesn’t give season 2 the chance to
progress, like the first season did.

I give season 2 a 9/10!

Isak Wolff

Co-host of the Amateur Otaku Podcast. A writer of many things. Loves everything nerdy from anime/manga to comics and video games. Fire Emblem is the greatest of all time.

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Co-host of the Amateur Otaku Podcast. A writer of many things. Loves everything nerdy from anime/manga to comics and video games. Fire Emblem is the greatest of all time.