Over 20 volumes of beloved manga series Attack on Titan are now freely available to comiXology Unlimited and Kindle Unlimited subscribers.
For a limited time, fans can read the first 22 volumes of Attack on Titan for free on comiXology Unlimited and Kindle Unlimited.
To commemorate both the Attack on Titan anime and manga nearing their conclusion, the series’ publishing company Kodansha has announced the Attack on Titan Final Season Manga Sale. The sale offers the first 22 volumes of the hit series for free to comiXology Unlimited and Kindle Unlimited subscribers and also offers a 50% discount on Volumes 23-32 of the original manga, as well as select volumes from spinoff manga like prequel series Attack on Titan: Before the Fall, parody series Attack on Titan: Junior High, the Mikasa and Annie-focused Attack on Titan Lost Girls and more.
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From April 6 to 19, fans can partake in this sale on a number of digital comic vendors, including Bookwalker, comiXology, Kindle, Nook, Google Play and Izneo. Whatever the individual reader’s preference, there is a convenient and accessible option for consuming Attack on Titan content like never before.
The debut manga of writer and artist Hajime Isayama, Attack on Titan was first published in Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine in 2009 and received near-instant critical praise in Japan. However, it was not until the anime’s debut in 2013 that the series became the international cultural phenomenon it is today. Its grim and violent story of humanity’s fight for survival against the monstrous, existential threat of titans has resonated worldwide with both longtime anime fans and people completely new to the medium.
One of the best-selling manga of all time, Attack on Titan has sold over 100 million copies and has finally finished as of Chapter 139’s release on April 9. As for its critically acclaimed anime adaptation, the first part of what many are considering a groundbreaking fourth and final season has just finished airing and is currently available for streaming on Crunchyroll and Funimation.
For those not subscribed already, comiXology Unlimited boasts a collection of over 25,000 digital comics, manga and graphic novels from major publishers like DC, Marvel, Image and Dark Horse for a monthly subscription fee of $5.99, and Kindle Unlimited provides subscribers access to well over a million titles in an ever-growing catalog of comics, classic literature, self-published novels, audiobooks, magazines and more for a monthly subscription fee of $9.99. Furthermore, both Amazon-affiliated sites offer a free 30-day trial. For fans patiently awaiting Part 2 of the final season to explain that cliffhanger, this sale offers a convenient way to experience in its entirety the nearly 12-year-old manga that inspired such universal critical acclaim and popularity.
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