Attack on Titan Manga News

Attack on Titan Sets Guinness Record Bar For ‘Largest Comic Book Published’

Remember when Isayama broke the record of killing off all our favorite characters? I think he should get recognized for that. But anyway, Attack on Titan manga actually did break a genuine record.

Shingeki no Kyojin staff started working on a special manga in March. They tried to create a giant-sized comic book that even titans could read and enjoy!! 

However, Kodansha made only 100 copies, and the title would be recognized by Guinness only when all of them are sold.

Today, they finally broke the record, and Attack on Titan manga’s giant-sized version got officially recognized by the Guinness World Records as the ‘Largest Comic Book Published.’

“Attack on Titan for Giants” recognized as Guinness World Records as “the largest comic book published”

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They had the following to say on the topic according to Kodansha’s press release. 

“The largest comic book published measures 7,030.00 cm² (7 ft² 81.65 in²) and was achieved by Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin) published by KODANSHA LTD. (Japan), verified in Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan, on 13 April 2021.”

Attack on Titan Sets Guinness Record Bar For 'Largest Comic Book Published'
Attack on Titan Manga | Source: Amazon

The titan-sized tankо̄bon volume contains 96 pages and has the first two chapters of the manga printed on it.

Only 100 books in the world “Attack on Titan for Giants”
It is the largest comic in the world (it will be certified as Guinness if 100 books are sold properly).
I said that humans wouldn’t buy it, but the advertiser insisted, “I want myself to commemorate the completion!”, So if it doesn’t sell, he should buy it.
First-come-first-served basis from Saturday

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The volume is 1m in length, 70cm in width, and weighs an exact 13.7kg. The comic book for giants is said to be 36 times larger than an average tankobon volume published.

Certified as a Guinness World Record for “Attack on Titan” for giants!
Thank you for being involved with those who could and couldn’t!

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The editor in charge of the Attack on Titan manga at Kodansha even thanked everyone on Twitter and appreciated the work put in to break the record.

The manga cost a whopping 165,000 Yen (US $1,540) and was available on Kodansha’s online store.

The gigantic manga was apparently created as a commemoration for the success of the series and to be read by Eren Yeager in his titan form.

The manga is written by Hajime Isayama, the man every fan wants to scream at and worship at the same time. No, we don’t even know how that works.

But if you really wanna understand why his fans hate him but at the same time cries because he created AoT, you will need to go read or watch it.

About Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan was 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. Eren Yeager is a young boy that believes that a caged life is similar to that of cattle and aspires to go beyond the walls one day, just like his heroes, the Survey Corps. The emergence of a deadly Titan unleashes chaos.

Source: Comic Natalie

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