Let’s all just pretend that part two of the final season of Attack on Titan is this calm…casual…happy…friendly… Sigh… UPDATE: Levi and Hanji added! ★ 【まかろんＫ】「 幼馴染で最強 // 」 ☆
I recently received permission to post artwork from Siya_Ho, who focuses on Attack on Titan among many other series. I posted one of her pieces on our Instagram account, where it received a ton of attention (and I’ve also seen her work out there as anime merch), so I thought I’d bring this fun post… Read More Which Attack on Titan Character Matches Your Height?
The first two episodes of Attack on Titan this season have been excellent so far, but they’ve been missing something. Something big. Something titanic. That’s right—besides about 10 seconds of Eren trying out his titan powers, and a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it flashback of Connie’s mother, there haven’t been any titans at all this season. That’s according to… Read More Attack on Titan, Episode 39: No Time to Think
Attack on Titan has been moving at a breakneck pace this season – it’s been quite a thrill ride. And it’s been much better than I thought it was going to be (though perhaps, as I mentioned on Tumblr, this is because I’ve kind of forgot how the story unfolded in the manga). This… Read More Attack on Titan, Episode 33: The Danger of Community
A number of of us on Beneath the Tangles have a passion for fan art, those wonderful pieces that fans like you and me (but with amazing talent and honed skill) create. I’ll be posting illustrations, mostly developed by artists who have accounts on Pixiv, from time and time. Today, I’m introducing some wonderful tarot… Read More Anime Fan Art: Attack on Tarot
Yesterday, about a half-mile from my workplace, a young man attacked his fellow college students with a knife, injuring several and killing one. While his motives are still coming to light, the impact of his actions, in a busy area of the UT-Austin campus, was felt immediately. I’m an alum of the university and I’m… Read More When Mikasa and I Fall Apart
A whopping 74 chapters later, and Armin gets the credit he deserves. Finally. I can’t be the only one frustrated by this tiny tactician’s utter lack of recognition. When he’s not being replaced by the more statistically popular Levi Ackerman in official franchise artwork, Armin’s either bent on putting himself down or enduring out-lash from… Read More Between the Panels: Armin Arlert will never be Erwin Smith (Ch. 74)