Attack on Titan fans rejoice! If you don’t have Crunchyroll or a similar streaming service, likely, you haven’t been able to catch the newest season. Attack on Titan‘s season 4 part 2 began back in January on major anime platforms. Incidentally, this is the final part of the last season at hand. Tensions are high, and the anticipation for anime-only fans has been rough. Now, even more, fans will get a chance to see the climax unfold. It was announced today that Toonami would begin hosting Attack on Titan’s English dub of the season next week, on February 12.
So Much More to the War of this World
The first part of Attack on Titan season 4 ended on a monumental cliffhanger. Eren Jaeger had simultaneously turned against the world and his friends. He’d rallied a revolutionary force behind him known as Jaegerists. And it seems he had a plan to destroy the Subjects of Ymir who hold the power of the Titan. In classic Eren fashion, it appeared he was ready to fight the whole world to get what he desired. The second part of this season hasn’t disappointed so far, with twists, turns, and action aplenty.
Toonami: The Perfect Place for Modern Anime Hits
Attack on Titan can get nothing but good press from jumping over to Toonami. The famous broadcast hour on Cartoon Network has become the perfect gateway for many current anime fans. It originally began in 1997, when shows like Sailor Moon and Dragonball Z were hitting their stride. From there, their late-night showcase helped the growth of anime. From Naruto to Sword Art Online, a ton of huge anime have come to Western spotlights thanks to the efforts of Toonami and their mascot, Tom. Attack on Titan has held a place in the top ten for the most recent seasons it had. Therefore, it only fits that its final run is broadcasted as much as possible. Let’s hope it wraps up into something incredible.