Attack on Titan (2013– )
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The Night of the Closing Ceremony: Humanity's Comeback, Part 2 

Annie proves her skill in a sparring session, Jan dreams of serving alongside the King, and graduation day brings shocking revelations - along with a sudden outbreak of violence.

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Yasuko Kobayashi, Hajime Isayama (manga)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Yûki Kaji ... Eren Jaeger (voice)
Yui Ishikawa ... Mikasa Ackermann (voice)
Marina Inoue ... Armin Arlert (voice)
Tsuguo Mogami Tsuguo Mogami ... Keith Shardis (voice)
Kishô Taniyama Kishô Taniyama ... Jean Kirschtein (voice)
Yoshimasa Hosoya ... Reiner Braun (voice)
Hiro Shimono Hiro Shimono ... Connie Springer (voice)
Yû Kobayashi ... Sasha Braus (voice)
Yû Shimamura Yû Shimamura ... Annie Leonhart (voice) (as Yu Shimamura)
Keiji Fujiwara Keiji Fujiwara ... Hannes (voice)
Hiroshi Kamiya ... Levi (voice)
Ryôta Ôsaka Ryôta Ôsaka ... Marco Bodt (voice) (as Ryota Ohsaka)
Kenji Takahashi Kenji Takahashi ... Samuel (voice)
Shigeyuki Susaki Shigeyuki Susaki ... Thomas Wagner (voice)
Kenta Ôkuma Kenta Ôkuma ... Franz (voice)
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Annie proves her skill in a sparring session, Jan dreams of serving alongside the King, and graduation day brings shocking revelations - along with a sudden outbreak of violence.

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

24 May 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Kaisan shiki no yoru -jinrui no saiki 2- See more »

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Pony Canyon,Wit Studio,Dentsu See more »
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Goofs

In the televised version of the episode, when Hannes meets up with Eren, Mikasa, and Armin in town, the emblems on his jacket change from being Garrison Regiment symbols to the Scout Regiment symbols. See more »

Connections

Edited into Attack on Titan Crimson Bow and Arrow (2014) See more »

Soundtracks

Attack on Titan: Original Soundtrack II
Composed & Produced by Hiroyuki Sawano
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The first great episode for character development
6 February 2017 | by Carnehan-DravotSee all my reviews

In a show called "Attack on Titan", whose first scenes depict the destruction of a human settlement by the show's enormous namesakes, we're going to see and hear about the Titans quite a lot. What's interesting about this episode is that it offers a look of how the human characters (whose names I haven't yet memorised!) live in spite of the ever-looming threat. Far too many fantasy films (and a few too many shows) have made the mistake of failing to connect the viewer to the character on-screen, meaning that any devastation facing the protagonist(s) doesn't evoke much of an emotional response. If future episodes of "Attack on Titan" follow in the direction of "The Night of the Closing Ceremony", I believe that this show is ticking all the boxes in balancing action, plot and character development.


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