Anime Series Like Attack on Titan: You’re missing out on a great piece of entertainment if you haven’t watched Attack on Titan’s newest season. They’ve been driven to break vows, form new alliances, and even consider the unthinkable.
As the 12-episode final season of Attack on Titan approached, fans feared the worst. “The Dawn of Humanity” ends on one of the series’ biggest cliffhangers. The additional time for thought on the season finale allows viewers to mentally prepare for the true conclusion. But what does this mean for Attack on Titan: Final Season, Part 3?
Here is the list of Top 5 Anime Series that can allure you.
1. Death Note
Like Attack on the Titan, Death Note is a classic anime that has stood the test of time. In high school, Light Yagami is an average student who excels at everything he does. To get the capacity to murder someone, you must write it in the book, and that’s what he found one day.
Death Note, one of the most acclaimed anime series, is both a morality play and a frantic cat and mouse game. The story follows Light Yagami, a bright yet bored high schooler. A shinigami (death god) gives Light a notebook that lets him murder individuals by writing their names on its pages. But as a detective is closing in on him, he resorts to using the diary to hide his traces.
With just 37 episodes, each 22 minutes long, the enthralling series develops at a quick pace, full of cliffhangers and tale twists. Director Tetsuro Araki of Attack on Titan’s first three seasons directed Death Note.
2. God Eater
A strong feeling of mystery explodes both the characters and the surroundings in Ufotable‘s RPG version of the Bandai Namco series. When Earth is overrun by giant animals known as Aragami in the future, the Fenrir must use their specialized weapons to combat the Aragami and defend mankind.
There is a protracted buildup to the action in God Eater’s narrative, and the characters aren’t all that memorable. The action sequences in God Eater, on the other hand, are always memorable because of Ufotable.
3. Future Diary
Future Diary has the same fan following as Attack on the Titan. This Series is a break from the other action anime on this list. It’s best characterized as a Battle Royale, but with telephones instead of soldiers.
God is on his deathbed, and he requires a replacement. He selects a group of people at random and bestows on each of them a smartphone endowed with extraordinary abilities. To become the next God, you must be the last one standing. Its dark themes and horrific graphics are ideal for lovers of Attack on Titan.
4. Black Bullet
A lot of similarities exist between Attack on Titan and Black Bullet. Both anime depict humanity as being on the verge of extinction, as they are forced to live behind walls in order to be safe from a massive menace. These take the shape of insects in Black Bullet, and the only people who can fight them are youngsters who have already been afflicted with the Gastrea virus.
The anime adaptation of Shiden Kanzaki’s light novel series, on which it is based, is nowhere as good (or full), but it does have entertaining action, two lovable characters, and a fascinating setting. However, the anime just skims the surface of the narrative.
5. Vinland Saga
Vinland Saga, a Viking narrative partially based on the real-life historical character Thorfinn Karlsefni, is another Wit Studio production. Young Thorfinn, like Eren in Attack on Titan, appears little and weak at first but is unrelenting in his pursuit of revenge.
Thorfinn is initially seen as a toddler, witnessing his father’s murder by a Viking mercenary. Thorfinn stows up on their ship and is nurtured and mistreated by the crew despite his intent to murder them. His plot, like Attack on Titan, is a great epic set in the 11th-century Danish invasion and conquest of England, with dramatic political intrigue and terrible brutality.
The show’s heavy metal soundtrack will also rock your boat. A second season has been ordered.