As a “thank you” to the fans who followed the manga series, a giant Attack on Titan LED display is now available to see at the Shinjuku Station in Tokyo.
The screen itself is located in the new east-west passage of JR Shinjuku Station, which opened as part of the renovation of the world’s busiest train station. The advertising will be shown on the 45.6 meter long LED display for the next seven days.
In addition to Eren’s Attack Titan, we can also see the Smiling Titan, Beast Titan, as well as Female Titan, and others. It is currently the largest display in Japan.
Kodansha also released a special visual about the advertisement, while thanking the fans for their support. The visual shows more titans, who are crying because they are grateful for the support, but also because the manga is ending.
Bessatsu Shonen Magazine, uploaded a video of the Attack on Titan LED display on their Twitter account:
“Attack on Titan” started in September 2009 in the “Bessatsu Shonen Magazine” by Kodansha and appeared there until April 9, 2021 in a total of 139 chapters. The last volume will go on sale in Japan on June 9, 2021.
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