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‘Attack on Titan’ celebrates last volume release with a titan-sized banner at Shinjuku Station

By AYIE LICSI Published Jun 08, 2021 5:02 pm Updated Jun 08, 2021 5:06 pm

To thank fans for their support for the last 12 years, Attack on Titan put up a huge LED banner at Shinjuku Station in Japan. This titan-sized display also kicks off the release of the manga’s final volume on June 9.

The screens are located in the East-West Free Passage JR Shinjuku Station in Tokyo, one of the world’s busiest subway stations.

The display spans 46.5m long—three times the length of Eren’s Attack Titan. Currently the largest display in Japan, this Attack on Titan showcase features some of the titans from the series including the Smiling Titan, Beast Titan, Female Titan and more. 

The Attack on Titan manga series has sold more than 100 million copies worldwide. The final volume, coming out on June 9, will come in two special editions and a standard edition.