For years, manga looked to be an underutilized and underappreciated source of profound and fascinating stories to adapt for the cinema. While series adaptations like “Dragon Ball Z” and “Sailor Moon” helped to turn the tide by demonstrating that they can be profitable in the West, deeper cuts like “Fullmetal Alchemist” and “Naruto” confirmed the industry as a potential superpower. Few other anime series have achieved the same level of success and popularity as “Attack on Titan.”
The series follows 10-year-old Eren and his foster sister as they watch their mother being slain by Titans who have resurrected after a century of peace, according to Rotten Tomatoes. Eren intends to slay every last titan after an onslaught decimates humanity. “Attack on Titan” offered viewers an epic narrative rich in lore and introduced a large number of characters worth becoming engaged in over the course of four seasons.
Attack on Titan: Season 4 Part 2 RECAP
The series opens with big action sequences in which the hero transforms into a titan himself, goes into the political realm of what humanity remains in Season 2, and takes a devastating turn when viewers realize Eren ate his father after he was turned into a titan in Season 3.
However, the series’ graphics aren’t the only element that makes it memorable. The Season 4 Part 2 theme music for “Attack on Titan” has accomplished an astonishing milestone.
This Billboard chart features the new Attack on Titan theme tune.
The new opening theme tune for “Attack on Titan” Season 4, Part 2 reached an unexpected new milestone, according to Anime News Network. The last season’s Part 2 opening theme, titled “The Rumbling” by SiM, made its way onto the Billboard Hard Rock chart immediately after its launch on January 22, according to the anime-focused publication. The song opened at #3 and was promoted to #1 (through Billboard) on Saturday after receiving a phenomenal 10 million playbacks. The opening animation scene has received 30 million views on YouTube, confirming its popularity.
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The Billboard 100 is a secure harbor for the greatest in music. The musical equivalent of topping the movie office or getting on the Netflix Top 10 is reaching #1 on the Billboard Top 100. It comes with a reputation for surpassing all of the accessible stuff that is competing against you. Because it is a song distracted by pictures throughout its debut, the song in a movie has an even greater shine. It’s unheard of on television, so “Attack on Titan” deserves credit for pulling it off.