Submitted by Gekko 778d ago | opinion piece

Reasons Why Shingeki No Kyojin Is So Popular

Almost everyone knows about Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan) these days. Shingeki no Kyojin starts as a manga series from 2009, by Isayama Hajime, and up until now the manga has been sold for more than 23 million copies, and alongside its success as a manga, it has already got its anime adaptation running, a game adaptation coming soon, opening song parodies uploaded in Youtube, and many more.

At the first glance, the series looked simple, like a battle between humans versus superior beings known as Titans, but its popularity is spreading like wildfire, so what exactly made them so popular? (Anime, Attack on Titan)

DEATHxTHExKIDx  +   778d ago
THE mysteries man! I need to know who the Monkey IS
GillHarrison  +   777d ago
I would also like to know!
MonChiChi  +   778d ago
OP 1 did it! So damn addictive lol.
GillHarrison  +   777d ago
It's awesome, has a good soundtrack, and no moe. It's just really nice to see an anime go off the beaten path.

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