Totally naturally, when a publishing company aims to capitalize always on a certain trend, theres always the actual risk of hype dying lower significantly once the actual final product is actually released.
And while there has been the sharp decrease by using Survey Corp cosplays at conventions, an still safe the man has obviously that Attack on Titan is sort rare shows which is breached the seemingly impenetrable wall just that weebs have top quality it, crossing instead of into mainstream material popularity and making it one of the most popular recent anime in a good long while. The Attack on Titan Anthology reflects these sentiments perfectly, accumulating a series associated short-form comic stories by various authors in the market comic world, all having their really spin on Iseyamas original work.
The anthology is also heavily reminiscent linked something Id expect out of a nice Nickelodeon or Nutty magazine from yore in that the stories for essentially the most part are lighthearted or ripe individuals parody that at the conclusion of the day function an enjoyable advertising and marketing for the model as a whole. Most of the twelve comics/compilations told inside the anthology are middleground at best and as well , act more in order for the vendors to flex their very own creative muscles, using the Titan premise inform a story just that better suits the company rather than a story deep in currently the lore of currently the series itself.