“Assassin’s Bullet,” the 8th episode of Attack on Titan Final Season, has just been released. Unlike the previous few episodes, it wasn’t an action-packed one, and rather it took us on an emotional rollercoaster.
Just 22 minutes in and we felt almost all sorts of emotions, be it happiness, anger, or a strong sense of despair. The episode has sure left behind an emptiness in our hearts.
Sasha and Zeke have been trending all over the internet right from the episode’s debut, and you know it’s a sensation when a thank you illustration comes from the animator of Black Clover.
Masashi Ito, the animator known for his work in Black Clover, thanked all the fans with a funny illustration featuring Zeke Yaeger.
If you haven’t watched the episode yet, I suggest you do it first and then return to this article because the illustration may act as a spoiler.
Thank you to everyone who watched Attack On Titan: The Final Season Episode 8 (Episode 67) “Assassin’s Bullet”! Stay tuned for next week’s broadcast!
Illustration: Masashi Ito (original picture)English Translation, Twitter Translate
In the illustration, we get to see Zeke Yaeger removing his fake beard. Yelena secretly watches him from behind while Gabi and Falco are under Captain Levi’s strict supervision.
Meanwhile, MAPPA celebrates the episode’s success by releasing some production art featuring Sasha Blouse, around whom the episode revolved. The studio also thanks CygamesPictures for cooperating in its production.
Thank you for watching Episode 67, “Assassin’s Bullet.” The original picture of Sasha Blouse from the 104th training corps is released. In addition, Episode 67 is the time when CygamesPictures cooperated in the production. Thank you for your cooperation!
Next time we look forward to it! #shingekiEnglish Translation, Twitter Translate
Sasha has always been one of the most lovable characters in the series, who never stopped thinking about her food. We, who have watched the episode, know exactly why she is getting this extra attention all of a sudden.
She was indeed a ray of sunlight in this dark and gloomy plot of Attack on Titan, and I am certain that all of us shall miss the comic reliefs that our ‘Potato girl’ brought even in the most serious situations.
About Attack on Titan
Attack on Titan is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama. Kodansha publishes it in the Bessatsu Shonen Magazine.
The manga began serialization on September 9th, 2009, and continues to date with 30 tankōbom formats.
Attack on Titan follows humanity settled within three concentric walls to protect themselves from the terrifying titans that prey on them.