Here you will find an exploration of popular and obscure Attack on Titan and Shingeki no Kyojin theories that explore in-depth persisting themes, foreshadowing, literary allegories, parallels, and real-world mythology in the anime, manga, and light novel series adaptations.
What is the True Message of Attack on Titan?
At its core, Attack on Titan is a story that stresses the importance of knowledge and knowing the history of your lineage. Without knowledge of self or the means to perceive your past, you will never comprehend your future.
The Founder Ymir Fritz was often considered a Goddess by some, a devil by others – while we later learn that she was somewhere in-between.
The actions of the 145th Fritz King who stole the Paradis Subjects of Ymir’s memories and built a walled fortress on an island ended up causing a chain reaction of hatred that resulted in a global war against innocent descendants whose only crime was being born with Eldian blood.
Attack on Titan Theories and OVA Reviews
Does Eren Yeager’s vision before meeting Zeke in PATHs hint at multiple timelines – proving Attack on Titan Season 4 will receive an anime original ending?Keep reading
Why did Jean Kirstein wake up one day and suddenly wish to join the military? Reviewing The Sudden Visitor: The Torturous Curse of Youth Attack on Titan OVA.Keep reading
Did the 2018 Attack on Titan Lost Girls OVA actually predict and spoil the manga series 2021 ending? This is a review and discussion for the AoT Lost Girls OVA.Keep reading
What if Farmer Kun was the son of a noble who sought to regain his confiscated property? This is an Attack on Titan What If scenario explored.Keep reading
Will AoT have an anime original ending due to the anime taking place in a timeline different than the manga series? This is my last cope regarding this story.Keep reading
Was Zeke Yeager targeted to inherit the Beast Titan the same way Grisha Yeager was to inherit the Attack Titan from Eren Kruger?
This is an Attack on Titan theory that contains mild – moderate manga spoilers (from ch. 121 onward).Keep reading