List of Attack on Titan chapters

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First volume of Attack on Titan, released in Japan by Kodansha on March 17, 2010

Attack on Titan is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama. Set in a world where humanity lives inside cities surrounded by enormous walls due to the Titans, gigantic humanoid creatures who devour humans seemingly without reason, the story centers around Eren Yaeger, his foster sister Mikasa Ackerman, and their friend Armin Arlert, whose lives are changed forever after the appearance of a Colossal Titan brings about the destruction of their home town and the death of Eren's mother. Vowing revenge and to reclaim the world from the Titans, Eren, Mikasa and Armin join the Survey Corps, an elite group of soldiers who fight Titans outside the walls.

The series began serialization in Kodansha's monthly publication Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine in its September 2009 issue. The first tankōbon volume was released in March 2010,[1] and as of December 2016, twenty-one volumes have been released.[2] In North America, the series is published in English by Kodansha Comics USA, that first published the first volume on June 19, 2012,[3] with a three- or four-month interval between each release until mid 2013, when subsequent volumes started being released on a monthly basis to catch up faster with the original Japanese releases. The series has also been adapted into an anime by Production I.G's Wit Studio, with the first episode airing on April 7, 2013, on MBS. The anime is also being streamed by both Funimation and Crunchyroll on their respective websites.[4][5]

Manga[edit]

Attack on Titan[edit]

Chapters in the Kodansha USA publications are numbered as episodes.

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 March 17, 2010[1] ISBN 978-4-06-384276-0 June 19, 2012[3] ISBN 978-1-61262-024-4
  1. "To You, 2,000 Years from Now" (二千年後の君へ, Ni Sen Nen Go no Kimi e)
  2. "That Day" (その日, Sono Hi)
  3. "Night of the Disbanding Ceremony" (解散式の夜, Kaisanshiki no Yoru)
  4. "First Battle" (初陣, Uijin)
With the advent of giant humanoid beings known as "Titans" that hunt and eat humans on sight, mankind quickly dwindles in numbers and their territory is reduced to a small country protected by three massive walls; Wall Maria, Wall Rose and Wall Sheena that kept the Titans outside for a hundred years, until a 60-meter tall Titan (known henceforth as Colossus Titan) and a strong, armored one (known as Armored Titan) breach the fortified city of Shinganshina. The territory between Wall Maria and Wall Rose is overrun by the Titans, claiming tens of thousands of lives. After his mother is killed in the attack, Eren Yeager, one of the survivors of Shinganshina, joins the army along with his adopted sister Mikasa Ackerman and their childhood friend Armin Arlert. After completing their training, Eren, Mikasa and Armin are stationed at the city of Trost when the Colossus Titan appears before them once more and breaches its wall for an invasion by the other Titans.
2 July 16, 2010[6] ISBN 978-4-06-384338-5 September 11, 2012[7] ISBN 978-1-61262-025-1
  1. "A Dull Glow in the Midst of Despair" (絶望の中で鈍く光る, Zetsubō no Naka de Nibuku Hikaru)
  2. "The World that the Girl Saw" (少女が見た世界, Shōjo ga Mita Sekai)
  3. "Small Blade" (小さな刃, Chiisa na Yaiba)
  4. "Roar" (咆哮, Hōkō)
  5. "The Beating of a Heart Can Be Heard" (心臓の鼓動が聞こえる, Shinzō no Kodō ga Kikoeru)
While protecting Armin from a Titan, Eren is swallowed, leading his friends to believe he is dead. Mikasa recalls her past when her parents were killed but she was saved by Eren. When the soldiers are about to lose hope, a mysterious rogue titan appears and starts attacking and killing the other Titans. After making use of this distraction to regroup and resupply, they watch the rogue Titan collapse from exhaustion and are surprised to see an unharmed Eren emerge from its body.
3 December 9, 2010[8] ISBN 978-4-06-384410-8 December 4, 2012[9] ISBN 978-1-61262-026-8
  • Side Story: "Captain Levi" (リヴァイ兵士長, Rivai Heishichō)
  1. "Where's the Left Arm?" (左腕の行方, Hidariude no Yukue)
  2. "Response" (応える, Kotaeru)
  3. "Icon" (偶像, Gūzō)
  4. "Wound" (, Kizu)
News of Eren's amazing transformation brings conflict to the army opposing those who want Eren dead and those who want to make use of his power to help them recapture the city. In the end, Eren is spared and entrusted with the task of sealing the hole in the wall with a massive rock only he can carry. However, during the operation, Eren suddenly goes berserk and his friends attempt to calm him down and help him regain control over the large Titan body he summoned.
4 April 8, 2011[10] ISBN 978-4-06-384469-6 March 26, 2013[11] ISBN 978-1-61262-253-8
  1. "Primitive Desire" (原初的欲求, Genshoteki Yokkyū)
  2. "One by One" (個々, Koko)
  3. "Necessity" (必要, Hitsuyō)
  4. "Delusions of Strength" (武力幻想, Buryoku Gensō)
  5. "What Should I Do Now?" (今、何をすべきか, Ima, Nani o Subeki ka)
Recovering his conscience, Eren carries his task to the end and helps the human army attain their first victory against the Titans. The story then retrocedes two years to the time when Eren and his companions joined the military and began their training.
5 August 9, 2011[12] ISBN 978-4-06-384513-6 June 4, 2013[13] ISBN 978-1-61262-254-5
  • Side Story: "Ilse's Notebook" (イルゼの手帳, Iruze no Techō)
  1. "Still Can't See" (まだ目を見れない, Mada Me o Mirenai)
  2. "Special Operations Squad" (特別作戦班, Tokubetsu Sakusen Han)
  3. "Opening the Gate" (開門, Kaimon)
  4. "Long-Distance Enemy Scouting Formation" (長距離索敵陣形, Chōkyori Sakuteki Jinkei)
A Scouting Legion had an expedition outside the wall, a tragedy happened while retreating to Ilse's squad which led her into a big discovery that a titan talked to her. However, she was killed in the process. Back to the present, Eren is brought into a military court to decide his fate. Between the opposing views of those who brand him as a threat and want him dead, and those who want to make use of his power to reclaim Wall Maria, it is decided that Eren will be put under care of the Survey Corps Special Task Force, led by Levi, the man who is believed to be the army's strongest hero ever. Soon after, the Survey Corps led by Commander Erwin Smith organizes an expedition through the Titans territory, bringing Eren and the other newcomers with them.
6 December 9, 2011[14] ISBN 978-4-06-384591-4 August 27, 2013[15] ISBN 978-1-61262-255-2
  1. "The Female Titan" (女型の巨人, Megata no Kyojin)
  2. "The Titan Forest" (巨大樹の森, Kyodaiju no Mori)
  3. "Bite" (噛みつく, Kamitsuku)
  4. "The Easy Path" (好都合な道を, Kōtsugō na Michi o)
The expedition is attacked by a huge Titan with female-like features. Figuring that its target is Eren, Levi and his soldiers take him to a dense forest where the soldiers had previously laid a trap, using it to capture the Female Titan.
7 April 9, 2012 ISBN 978-4-06-384652-2 [16]
ISBN 978-4-06-362208-9[17] (limited edition)
September 24, 2013[18] ISBN 978-1-61262-256-9
  1. "Erwin Smith" (エルヴィン・スミス, Eruvin Sumisu)
  2. "Choices and Consequences" (選択と結果, Sentaku to Kekka)
  3. "Crushing Blow" (鉄槌, Tettsui)
  4. "Losers" (敗者達, Haisha Tachi)
The Female Titan breaks free and attempts to kidnap Eren but is stopped by Mikasa and Levi. Having failed to discover the enemy's identity despite suffering heavy casualties, the Survey Corps return home and is ordered to hand over Eren to the Military Police.
8 August 9, 2012 ISBN 978-4-06-384712-3 [19]
ISBN 978-4-06-362227-0[20] (limited edition)
October 29, 2013[21] ISBN 978-1-61262-547-8
  1. "Grin" (微笑み, Hohoemi)
  2. "Mercy" (慈悲, Jihi)
  3. "Wall" (, Kabe)
  4. "Soldiers Dance" (戦士は踊る, Senshi wa Odoru)
Stationed in a Military Police base in the Stohess District, Annie Leonhart, an old acquaintance of Eren and his friends, is asked by Armin to assist him with a plan to help Eren escape. However, it was all a plot to expose her as the Female Titan who attacked the expedition. After failing to capture Eren once again, Annie attempts to escape by climbing through Wall Sheena just to be stopped by her former companions and encases herself into an indestructible, crystal-like structure to protect herself. After the battle, it is revealed that there are live Titans entombed inside the walls but Eren's friends are forbidden to inquire further about it. As Mikasa and Armin tend to an exhausted Eren, the rest of their friends discover that Titans have breached Wall Rose.
9 December 7, 2012 ISBN 978-4-06-384776-5 [22]
ISBN 978-4-06-362239-3[23] (limited edition)
November 26, 2013[24] ISBN 978-1-61262-548-5
  1. "The Beast Titan" (獣の巨人, Kemono no Kyojin)
  2. "I'm Home" (ただいま, Tadaima)
  3. "Southwestward" (南西へ, Nansei e)
  4. "Utgard Castle" (ウトガルド城, Utogarudo-jō)
The Survey Corps fight a group of Titans that have breached Wall Rose. A beast-like Titan, who is able to converse, confronts squad leader Mike before leaving him to be eaten by the other Titans. The Survey Corps scramble into groups to inform the other villages. Sasha visits her home town which has been lost to the Titans, recalls her past, and reunites with her father. On the way to Ehrmich District, Hange comes up with an idea to re-seal the Wall using Eren's Titan form. Minister Nick reveals that one of the Survey Corps members holds the key to the secret of the walls. Connie discovers his village was destroyed by Titans yet no blood was shed; he is surprised when one of the dead Titans speaks to him. The soldiers converge near the breach but do not see one. They take shelter at the nearby Castle Utgard, but their camp is surrounded by Titans when the full moon rises.
10 April 9, 2013 ISBN 978-4-06-384839-7 [25]
ISBN 978-4-06-362243-0[26] (limited edition)
December 31, 2013[27] ISBN 978-1-61262-676-5
  1. "Soldier" (兵士, Heishi)
  2. "Ymir" (ユミル, Yumiru)
  3. "Historia" (ヒストリア, Hisutoria)
  4. "Warrior" (戦士, Senshi)
The Survey Corps team are trapped inside Castle Utgard fighting the Titans. Reiner and Bertholt fight off one that penetrated the tower, but Reiner gets bitten by one of the Titans. As the Beastly Titan summons more Titans, Ymir reveals to Krista that she too can transform into a Titan, and uses that to beat down the attackers. Eren, Mikasa and the others arrive to fight off the other Titans. Krista reveals her real name: Historia Reiss, an illegitimate child within the royal lineage. Reiner and Bertholt attempt to persuade Eren to join their cause, but when they reveal themselves to be the Armored and Colossus Titans, Eren flies into a rage and they all turn into Titans to fight each other.
11 August 9, 2013 ISBN 978-4-06-394901-8 [28]
ISBN 978-4-06-362256-0[29] (special edition)
January 28, 2014[30] ISBN 978-1-61262-677-2
  1. "The Armored Titan" (鎧の巨人, Yoroi no Kyojin)
  2. "Strike, Throw, Submit" (打・投・極, Da Tō Kyoku)
  3. "The Hunters" (追う者, Ou Mono)
  4. "Opening" (開口, Kaikō)
Face to face with those responsible for the fall of Shinganshina, Eren transforms and fights Reiner the Armored Titan, while the Colossus Titan defends himself against the others. Using tactics he learned from sparring with Annie and some advice from Mikasa, he defeats the Armored Titan, but the Colossus Titan lands on him in an explosion. Ymir and Eren are captured. Five hours later, Mikasa and the others awake from the shock and rendezvous with Erwin and the others, who organize a party to chase after them.
12 December 9, 2013[31]
December 6, 2013[32] (limited edition)
ISBN 978-4-06-394976-6
ISBN 978-4-06-358465-3 (limited edition)
April 29, 2014[33] ISBN 978-1-61262-678-9
  1. "Children" (子供達, Kodomo Tachi)
  2. "Someone" (誰か, Dareka)
  3. "Charge" (突撃, Totsugeki)
  4. "Scream" (叫び, Sakebi)
Reiner and Bertolt convince Ymir to join their side, claiming that they can ensure both her and Krista's safety, but Eren remains intent on revenge against the two guys. While Ymir and Eren heal in the forest of Titans, their rescue party approaches. Ymir transforms and captures Krista. Reiner transforms into the Armored Titan and carries Ymir, Bertolt and Eren while the rescue party pursues them. Amid the chaos of the battle, Eren finds himself against the same Titan who killed his mother. He discovers much to his surprise that he has the power to subdue other Titans to do his bidding, using it to enact revenge for his mother and drive away the kidnappers. Eren and his friends then return home safely, but Ymir parts with Krista and allies with Reiner and Bertoldt.
13 April 9, 2014[34]
April 3, 2014[35] (limited edition)
ISBN 978-4-06-395044-1
ISBN 978-4-06-358488-2 (limited edition)
August 26, 2014[36] ISBN 978-1-61262-679-6
  1. "Squad Levi" (リヴァイ班, Rivai Han)
  2. "Krista Lenz" (クリスタ・レンズ, Kurisuta Renzu)
  3. "Smoke Signal" (狼煙, Noroshi)
  4. "Location of the Counterattack" (反撃の場所, Hangeki no Basho)
The Survey Corps take Eren and Krista, who now assumes her birth name, Historia Reiss, to a secluded place and make preparations for an eventual operation to reclaim Wall Maria. Furthermore, Hange tells the others what she knows and proposes the theory that all regular Titans were humans once, but after the transformation they became feral and unable to return to their original form, unlike Eren and the other Titan Shifters. When Levi and his subordinates uncover a conspiracy to hinder their efforts led by none other than the royalty itself, Erwin and his supporters decide to stage a revolution to ensure that their plans to drive away the Titans from the walls can be executed without further interference.
14 August 8, 2014 ISBN 978-4-06-395141-7 [37]
ISBN 978-4-06-358703-6[38] (limited edition)
November 4, 2014[39] ISBN 978-1-61262-680-2
  1. "Pain" (痛み, Itami)
  2. "Actors" (役者, Yakusha)
  3. "Kenny the Ripper" (切り裂きケニー, Kirisaki Kenī)
  4. "Gunshots" (銃声, Jūsei)
After learning that the current king is just a figurehead to Historia's father, Rod Reiss, who is the true ruler inside the walls, Erwin and the others decide to use her to overthrow the current monarchy and install her as queen. To draw the attention of their enemies, Eren and Historia pose themselves as bait, but they are outsmarted and instead captured by Captain Kenny Ackerman, a former serial killer and old acquaintance of Levi. Levi and the others then attempt to rescue their friends but Kenny and his special forces, who are equipped with special gear tailored to hunt down humans instead of Titans, appear to stop them.
15 December 9, 2014 ISBN 978-4-06-395253-7 [40]
ISBN 978-4-06-358722-7[41] (limited edition)
March 17, 2015[42] ISBN 978-1-61262-979-7
  1. "Soul of a Heretic" (外道の魂, Gedō no Tamashii)
  2. "Trust" (信頼, Shinrai)
  3. "Reply" (回答, Kaitō)
  4. "Sin" (, Tsumi)
Levi and the others escape from Kenny's troops, but Erwin is captured and sentenced to death. However, false rumors spread by his supporters about a breach on Wall Rose by the Titans expose the nobility's unwillingness to protect its own subjects, leading the army to revolt against them. Meanwhile, Eren's friends prepare to rescue him, who is restrained by Historia's father and the true monarch, Rod Reiss. Rod forces Eren to bring forth the repressed memories from his last encounter with his father, revealing that in the occasion, he was forcibly transformed into a Titan and ate him.
16 April 9, 2015 ISBN 978-4-06-395358-9 [43]
ISBN 978-4-06-358723-4[44] (limited edition)
August 25, 2015[45] ISBN 978-1-61262-980-3
  1. "Chains" (, Kusari)
  2. "Welcome Party" (歓迎会, Kangeikai)
  3. "Dreams and Curses" (夢と呪い, Yume to Noroi)
  4. "Wish" (願い, Negai)
The Survey Corps confront the special forces to rescue Eren and Historia, while Rod attempts to convince his daughter to transform into a Titan herself and absorb Eren's powers by eating him. Despite Eren's will to sacrifice himself in apology for her family's death at his father's hands, Historia refuses and Rod decides to do it in her place. However, Rod's new Titan form grows rogue into a massive size, larger than the Colossal Titan itself, and in a desperate move to save his friends from being crushed, Eren obtains a new power when he drinks from a mysterious flask.
17 August 7, 2015 ISBN 978-4-06-395446-3 [46]
ISBN 978-4-06-362303-1[47] (limited edition)
December 15, 2015[48] ISBN 978-1-63236-112-7
  1. "Outside the Walls of Orvud District" (オルブド区外壁, Orubudo-ku Gaiheki)
  2. "Ruler of the Walls" (壁の王, Kabe no Ō)
  3. "Friends" (友人, Yūjin)
  4. "A Dream I Once Had" (いつか見た夢, Itsuka Mita Yume)
The Survey Corps confronts Rod at the walls of Orvud District, ultimately winning when Historia takes advantage of an opening provided by Eren to slay her own father and uses such fact to herald herself as a heroine in order to bolster her authority as the new ruler within the walls. Historia then is crowned queen, but she relinquishes all authority to the military and dedicates her life to providing aid to the orphans. Afterwards, Erwin and the others make preparations to launch a campaign to seal the breach on Shinganshina and reclaim Wall Maria when Eren remembers that Keith Shadis, the man who trained him and his friends when they joined the military was a friend of his father's and he decides to pay a visit to him in search for answers. Meanwhile in Shinganshina, the Beastly Titan is seen in his human form, and commands Reiner and Bertholdt to stay with him and prepare an ambush on Eren and the others, certain that they will eventually appear there.
18 December 9, 2015 ISBN 978-4-06-395549-1 [49]
ISBN 978-4-06-358783-8[50] (limited edition)
April 5, 2016[51] ISBN 978-1-63236-211-7
  1. "Bystander" (傍観者, Bōkansha)
  2. "Night of the Battle to Retake the Wall" (奪還作戦の夜, Dakkan Sakusen no Yoru)
  3. "The Town Where Everything Began" (はじまりの街, Hajimari no Machi)
  4. "Mission Objectives" (作戦成功条件, Sakusen Seikō Jōken)
Eren and his friends confront Shadis and hear what he knows about Eren's father and the night of his death. After that, the Survey Corps depart to Shinganshina, where Eren uses his new power to seal the hole made by the Colossal Titan five years prior as part of their plan to retake the city and Wall Maria from the Titans. However, the Beast Titan launch an attack on them in sequence, assisted by Reiner and a legion of Titans under their control, putting the Corps in disarray, while Bertolt lays low, waiting for his time to strike.
19 April 8, 2016 ISBN 978-4-06-395636-8 [52]
ISBN 978-4-06-362328-4[53] (limited edition)
August 2, 2016[54] ISBN 978-1-63236-259-9
  1. "War on Two Fronts" (二つの戦局, Futatsu no Senkyoku)
  2. "The Thunder Spears" (雷槍, Raisō)
  3. "The World They Saw" (彼らが見た世界, Karera ga Mita Sekai)
  4. "Descent" (光臨, Kōrin)
Eren and his friends confront Reiner and defeat him using a new weapon designed specifically to penetrate his armored Titan form, the "Thunder Spear". With his friend in trouble, Bertolt joins the battle, transforming into the Colossal Titan to assist him.
20 August 9, 2016 ISBN 978-4-06-395720-4 [55]
ISBN 978-4-06-362335-2[56] (limited edition)
December 27, 2016[57] ISBN 978-1-63236-309-1
  1. "Perfect Game" (完全試合, Pāfekuto Gēmu)
  2. "The Unknown Soldiers" (名も無き兵士, Na mo Naki Heishi)
  3. "Promise" (約束, Yakusoku)
  4. "Hero" (勇者, Yūsha)
To break the enemy encirclement, Erwin launches a suicide attack with most of his men in order to distract the Beast Titan and allow Levi to flank him and his forces. The Beast Titan's forces are defeated, but he manages to escape and Erwin is mortally wounded. Meanwhile, Eren and his friends manage to defeat and capture both Reiner and Bertoldt, but Armin's body ends up entirely burned by the Colossal Titan's steam while distracting him long enough for Eren to defeat him.
21 December 9, 2016 ISBN 978-4-06-395815-7 [2]
ISBN 978-4-06-362347-5[58] (limited edition)
April 18, 2017[59] ISBN 978-1-63236-327-5
  1. "Falling Axe" (大鉈, Ōnata)
  2. "Midnight Sun" (白夜, Byakuya)
  3. "Basement" (地下室, Chikashitsu)
  4. "That Day" (あの日, Ano Hi)
Zeke, the Beast Titan, rescues Reiner and flees, while the survivors of the Survey Corps are forced to choose between saving Erwin or Armin, both almost dying, with a single dose of the Titan serum in their possession. In the end, they decide to use the serum on Armin, and leave Bertoldt to be eaten by him, in order to recover his human form and inherit his powers, while Erwin passes away. With Shinganshina secured, Eren and the others explore the basement of his old house and recover his father's diaries revealing that mankind beyond the walls has not disappeared as they were always led to believe by the royalty, but is thriving instead. Grisha also reveals that their race, the Eldians, are oppressed outside the walls by the dominant race, the Marleyans, and that he once tried to stage a rebellion against them, until he and his companions were betrayed by his first son, who was actually Zeke.
22 April 7, 2017 ISBN 978-4-06-395909-3 [60]
ISBN 978-4-06-362355-0[61] (limited edition)
  1. "Boundary" (境界線, Kyōkaisen)
  2. "The Attack Titan" (進撃の巨人, Shingeki no Kyojin)
  3. "Meeting" (会議, Kaigi)
  4. "To the Other Side of the Wall" (壁の向こう側へ, Kabe no Mukōgawa e)
After Zeke's betrayal, his parents and the rest of the revolutionaries were taken to Paradis Island, where the walls are situated, and Grisha was forced to watch Dina and the others being transformed into Titans and sent away, but was saved by Eren Kruger, an undercover agent known as "Owl", who used his Titan Shifting powers to kill all the Marley forces. After revealing that he received his powers thirteen years before, and will soon die because of them, Kruger passes them over to Grisha by having Grisha transform into a Titan and then eat him. Upon looking at Grisha's memories inside his mind, Eren discovers not only that he has less than a decade left to live, but that the Titan who killed his mother was actually Dina. Meanwhile, Historia receives a letter from Ymir, who reveals that she will soon be killed, and thanks Historia for having at least lived with her for a while. After disclosing all the info obtained from Grisha's documents to the public, the new government commands the effort to clear and reclaim Wall Maria from the Titans. However, Eren realizes that he only managed to use the power of the Coordinate when he was in contact with Dina, a member of the royal family turned titan, and, fearing for Historia's safety, decides to keep that information to himself.

Chapters not yet in tankōbon format[edit]

  1. "The Other Side of the Ocean" (海の向こう側, Umi no Mukōgawa)
  2. "Marley's Soldiers" (マーレの戦士, Māre no Senshi)
  3. "Midnight Train" (闇夜の列車, Yamiyo no Ressha)
  4. "The Boy Inside The Wall" (壁の中の少年, Kabe no Naka no Shōnen)

Junior High[edit]

Attack on Titan: Junior High (進撃!巨人中学校, Shingeki! Kyojin Chūgakkō) is a parody manga written and illustrated by Saki Nakagawa, serialized in Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine since its May 2012 issue.[62] The first tankōbon volume was released April 9, 2013,[63] and as of December 9, 2015, 9 volumes have been released.[64] In North America, the series has been licensed in English by Kodansha Comics USA, who published the first volume on March 11, 2014.[65][a]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 April 9, 2013[63] ISBN 978-4-06-384841-0 March 11, 2014[65] ISBN 978-1-61262-916-2
2 August 9, 2013[66] ISBN 978-4-06-394903-2 March 11, 2014[65] ISBN 978-1-61262-916-2
3 December 9, 2013[67] ISBN 978-4-06-394979-7 November 25, 2014[68] ISBN 978-1-61262-918-6
4 April 9, 2014[69] ISBN 978-4-06-395046-5 November 25, 2014[68] ISBN 978-1-61262-918-6
5 August 8, 2014[70] ISBN 978-4-06-395143-1 April 28, 2015[71] ISBN 978-1-61262-961-2
6 December 9, 2014[72] ISBN 978-4-06-395254-4 April 28, 2015[71] ISBN 978-1-61262-961-2
7 April 9, 2015[73] ISBN 978-4-06-395359-6 November 24, 2015[74] ISBN 978-1-63236-113-4
8 August 7, 2015[75] ISBN 978-4-06-395445-6 November 24, 2015[74] ISBN 978-1-63236-113-4
9 December 9, 2015[64] ISBN 978-4-06-395550-7 September 13, 2016[76] ISBN 978-1-63236-410-4
10 April 8, 2016[77] ISBN 978-4-06-395637-5 September 13, 2016[76] ISBN 978-1-63236-410-4
11 August 9, 2016[78] ISBN 978-4-06-395721-1

Before the Fall[edit]

Attack on Titan: Before the Fall (進撃の巨人 Before the fall) is a spinoff manga illustrated by Satoshi Shiki, based on the prequel light novel series of the same name written by Ryō Suzukaze. The series has been serialized in Monthly Shōnen Sirius since August 2013.[79] The first tankōbon volume was released December 9, 2013.[80] In North America, the series has been licensed in English by Kodansha Comics USA, who published the first volume on March 11, 2014.[81]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 December 9, 2013[80] ISBN 978-4-06-376439-0 March 11, 2014[81] ISBN 978-1-61262-910-0
2 April 9, 2014[82] ISBN 978-4-06-376460-4 August 19, 2014[83] ISBN 978-1-61262-912-4
3 August 8, 2014[84] ISBN 978-4-06-376486-4 December 9, 2014[85] ISBN 978-1-61262-914-8
4 December 9, 2014[86] ISBN 978-4-06-376515-1 March 31, 2015[87] ISBN 978-1-61262-981-0
5 April 9, 2015[88] ISBN 978-4-06-376537-3 August 25, 2015[89] ISBN 978-1-61262-982-7
6 August 7, 2015[90] ISBN 978-4-06-376564-9 December 29, 2015[91] ISBN 978-1-63236-224-7
7 December 9, 2015[92] ISBN 978-4-06-376590-8 April 12, 2016[93] ISBN 978-1-63236-225-4
8 April 8, 2016[94] ISBN 978-4-06-390619-6 August 9, 2016[95] ISBN 978-1-63236-260-5
9 August 9, 2016[96] ISBN 978-4-06-390641-7 December 13, 2016[97] ISBN 978-1-63236-320-6
10 December 9, 2016[98] ISBN 978-4-06-390667-7 April 18, 2017[99] ISBN 978-1-63236-381-7

No Regrets[edit]

Attack on Titan: No Regrets (進撃の巨人 悔いなき選択, Shingeki no Kyojin Kuinaki Sentaku) is a spinoff manga written by Gun Snark and illustrated by Hikaru Suruga, serialized in the Aria magazine from its start in the November 28, 2013 issue to June 28, 2014. The manga is an adaptation of the visual novel of the same name. It focuses on the origin story of Levi, before he was a part of the Survey Corps Special Operations Squad. In North America, the series has been licensed in English by Kodansha Comics USA, which released both volumes in 2014.

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 April 9, 2014 ISBN 978-4-06-376961-6 [100]
ISBN 978-4-06-362271-3[101] (special edition)
June 24, 2014[102] ISBN 978-1-61262-941-4
2 August 8, 2014 ISBN 978-4-06-377046-9 [103]
ISBN 978-4-06-362277-5[104] (special edition)
October 28, 2014[105] ISBN 978-1-61262-943-8

Spoof on Titan[edit]

Sungeki no Kyojin (寸劇の巨人, "Titan Short Skits") is a comedic yonkoma manga written and illustrated by hounori, released on Kodansha's "Manga Box" smartphone and tablet application from December 2013 to December 30, 2014, in both Japanese and English.[106] The first tankōbon was published on August 8, 2014, and the second on April 9, 2015.

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN English release date English ISBN
01 August 8, 2014[107] ISBN 978-4-06-395152-3 September 13, 2016[108] ISBN 9781632364081
02 April 9, 2015[109] ISBN 978-4-06-395360-2 December 13, 2016[110] ISBN 9781632364098

Lost Girls[edit]

A manga adaptation by Ryōsuke Fuji of visual and light novel by the same name, that began serialization in Kodansha's shōnen manga magazine Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine on August 9, 2015.[111] The series ended in the June 2016 issue of the magazine on May 9, 2016.[112] In North America, the series has been licensed in English by Kodansha Comics USA, which released both volumes in 2016.

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 April 8, 2016[113] ISBN 978-4-06-395638-2 August 30, 2016[114] ISBN 9781632363855
2 August 9, 2016[115] ISBN 978-4-06-395722-8 November 15, 2016[116] ISBN 9781632364180

Novels[edit]

Before the Fall[edit]

Attack on Titan: Before the Fall (進撃の巨人 Before the fall) is a light novel written by Ryō Suzukaze and illustrated by Thores Shibamoto.[117] It initially follows the story of Angel, the blacksmith who develops the first prototypes of the Vertical Maneuvering Equipment, before focusing on a young man who was found as a baby in the stomach of a Titan. Three volumes of Before the Fall were published between December 2, 2011, and June 29, 2012.[117][118] Vertical licensed the light novels in October 2013 for distribution in English.[119][120]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 December 2, 2011[117] ISBN 978-4-06-375202-1 September 16, 2014[121] ISBN 978-1-939130-86-0
2 March 30, 2012[122] ISBN 978-4-06-375228-1 May 26, 2015[123] ISBN 978-1-939130-87-7
3 June 29, 2012[118] ISBN 978-4-06-375243-4 May 26, 2015[123] ISBN 978-1-939130-87-7

Harsh Mistress of the City[edit]

Attack on Titan: Harsh Mistress of the City (進撃の巨人 隔絶都市の女王, Shingeki no Kyojin Kakuzetsu Toshi no Joō) is written by Ryō Kawakami and illustrated by Range Murata.[124] It depicts the aftermath of the fall of Wall Maria first shown at the beginning of the manga. The first volume of Kakuzetsu Toshi no Joou was published on August 1, 2014.[124]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 August 1, 2014[125] ISBN 978-4-06-375296-0 August 25, 2015[126] ISBN 978-1-941220-62-7
2 May 1, 2015[127] ISBN 978-4-06-375299-1 September 29, 2015[128] ISBN 978-1-942993-29-2

Lost Girls[edit]

Attack on Titan: Lost Girls (進撃の巨人 Lost Girls)[129] is written by Hiroshi Seko.[130] It comprises three short stories featuring Mikasa Ackerman and Annie Leonhart, titled "Lost in the cruel world", "Wall Sina, Goodbye",[b] and "Lost Girls".[131] It was published in Japan on December 9, 2014,[130] and in North America on June 28, 2016 by Vertical.[131]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 December 9, 2014[132] ISBN 978-4-06-377096-4 June 28, 2016[133] ISBN 9781942993353

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Kodansha USA is releasing Junior High volumes in a 2-in-1 omnibus format.
  2. ^ The Japanese version of Attack on Titan: Lost Girls uses an English title "Wall Sina, Goodbye". This is subject to change after the official English release[129]

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