After much built up hype surrounding the Attack on Titan Season 3, the new season for the smash hit show revolving around hunting down man-eating giants has finally arrived with it’s first episode for the season. Attack on Titan Season 3, Episode 1 premiered recently and it’s left the huge amounts of fans excited on what is to come next in this popular series.
In this post, we will be discussing the Attack On Titan Season Three and it’s first episode. There will be many spoilers regarding the previous seasons and the brand new episode, so if you do not like spoilers do not read any further from this point. That being said, let’s discuss the phenomenal premier of Attack on Titan Season 3, Episode 1.Attack on Titan Season 3, Episode 1 starts off mostly from the very point the last episode of Attack on Titan Season 2 ended, continuing the story in an interesting manner. Episode 1 of Attack on Titan Season 3 builds up on the many mysteries and intrigue that was built and set up during the very initial episodes of Attack on Titan Season 2.
The very first thing that comes to notice about the premier of Attack on Titan Season 3, Episode 1 is the new opening theme. Unlike the bombastic openings featured before in both Attack on Titan Season 1 and Attack on Titan Season, the new opening of Attack on Titan Season 3 has a much required tonal shift.
Opening 4 of Attack on Titan is called Red Swan and it has a more reflective tone regarding the characters where you can see their younger selves in contrast with their present selves and how life has changed for them after the titans have attacked.
Attack on Titan Season 3, Episode 1 reintroduces us to some of our favorite characters. Eren and Historia share screen space as they discuss how the Titan spies true identities were revealed. On the other side of things, Hange and Moblit investigate the murder of Pastor Nick. The rest of the characters, Mikasa, Armin, Sasha and Conny also make an appearance.
Attack on Titan Season 3, Episode 1 is building up on much of the premise that was set up during Attack on Titan Season 1 and Attack on Titan Season 2 and is very well putting much emphasis on the world building and political intrigue. Everything shown is not what it might seem like in the world of Attack on Titan as the new episode is even further reaffirming the fact that the humans we thought were fighting together to ward off the Titans may all not be on the same side. Maybe it’s actually the humans that are the true enemies of humanity.
Look forward to Attack on Titan Season 3, Episode 2 spoilers as we will discuss further the plot points of the upcoming episode and the ever growing mysteries and stories belonging to the world of Attack on Titan.