Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan

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Book - 2012
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"The Colossal Titan has breached humanity's first line of defense, Wall Maria. Mikasa, the 104th Training Corps' ace and Eren's best friend, may be the only one capable of defeating them, but beneath her calm exterior lurks a dark past. When all looks lost a new Titan appears and begins to slaughter its fellow Titans. Could this new monster be a blessing in disguise, or is the truth something much more sinister?"--Cover p. [4].
Publisher: New York : Kodansha Comics, [2012], ©2012
ISBN: 9781612620251
1612620256
Branch Call Number: 741.5952 Is
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly illustrations ; 20 cm
Audience: Rated T, ages 16+
Additional Contributors: Drzka, Sheldon
Wands, Steve

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DylanLovesManga
Oct 21, 2019

One of my favorite volumes of this series so far, also Mikasa my favorite anime girl, she's feel like a real person. She's has internal conflicts after the one she loves is gone and tries to cope with this by staying alive to remember him. And how she straight-out says the main theme of this volume, how the world can be sometimes be cruel, but beautiful at the same time. Overall, 10/10 I would read again.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
May 04, 2016

Reading this volume has pretty much sealed my extreme love for Attack on Titan. I’ve always heard that a manga can only get better after its first volume, and while I don’t think this is true for all manga series, it is definitely true for Attack on Titan. My love for the characters, story, concept, and art, which is improving, has only increased with reading this. This volume mainly focuses on the character Mikasa–and wow, she is quite the character to read about. She knows how to handle the things happening around her, kicks major Titan butt, and is very much admirable. But what really impressed me was how strong she was throughout the entirety of this volume.
- @LittleMissRedHead of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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shiny0Galvantula Jun 02, 2014

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shiny0Galvantula Jun 02, 2014

"no... that's wrong.. it hasn't become hell here. I've misunderstood up until now. This world... has always been hell ''
-Armin

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