After much waiting, you can finally get the Attack on Titan season 4 part 3 review here. Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 is an action and supernatural show set to end the long conflict as Eren and his allies take on Mikasa and the Survey Cops. One of the biggest anime series of 2023, Attack on Titan season 4, part 3, is directed by Yuichiro Hayashi, with Jun Shishido serving as the chief director of the show, replacing Tetsuro Asaki and Masashi Koizuka, respectively. Once again, studio MAPPA took the hat to animate the Japanese manga. The production studio has been behind various successful anime, including the Future Devil Chainsaw Man and Jujutsu Kaisen. So, now without waiting any further, let’s quickly see what Eren Yeager is up to now. You can click here to get reviews of all seasons of Attack on Titan here.
Attack on Titan Season 4 The Final Season Review
Attack on Titan season 4, part 3, brings a massive showdown between two factions. The final season comprises 30 episodes, and while the 29th episode airs on 4th March 2023, the last or final episode is likely to release soon. Speaking of the penultimate episode’s performance, while the plotline picks well the last Attack on Titan season 3’s ashes, the CGI work seems to halt the show.
The key takeaway from the season we could observe is Eren Yeagers’ being more human than he was not in the previous seasons. We saw him devastate the world by joining forces with thousands of colossal titans. As the other scouts decide to stop Eren by discovering his founding Titan and kill him, Eren seems to care less about anything and lets his opponents attempt to obstacle his path. So clearly, now we have the narrative of what Eren meant with his comment about Freedom in the final season’s episode. That can be a good addition to the plot, but we expect more and more of it. Armins’ character was a bit more refined.
Looking at Armin, Mikasa, and other scouts, who attempt to stop Eren, despite the Attack on Titan Season 4-part 3 episode being mainly centered around their efforts to discover Erens’ founding Titan and kill him, we couldn’t get much about their characters respectively. Armins’ character is refined this time, and his conversations with Annie give us much-needed peaceful moments. We are still figuring out Annies’ character, yet. For the moment, we are only cherishing her interaction with Armin. We guess there can be much more to do with her character in the future. Coming to Mikasa, similar to other scouts, her role also played with very few dialogues, maximum of which were about Eren.
And, of course, it was Hange who outshined in the Attack on Titan season 4 part 3 episode, mainly built on desperate attempts and devastating actions. Director Yuichiro Hayashi and Jun Shishido have executed their vision for every plot point, coming as one big twist in the story. Initially, when Eren saved the kid whom he killed eventually, we felt like Eren had retained humanity, but the next moment, a brutal cold murder flushes off all misconceptions we built around him. There was no need to get this violent Eren. It was way beyond what we thought of you. So, however, things have gone down with Attack on Titan season 4 part 3; we certainly know the show doesn’t set for any mercy now since that Rumbling was coming.
So, like we have said enough of what works well for the final season of Attack on Titan, can we now skip to the story’s weak points too? And we didn’t expect it from the directors, but the level of CGI work shown on 4th March has thoroughly halted the long-run series in its ultimate showdown. And above all, while we still try to cope with that, we cannot digest why they felt it necessary to divide Attack on Titan season 4 part 3 into two factions. We need an answer as to the creative idea that made the makers do that with the show.
And what could get this worse is none other but the biggest series of 2023, Attack on Titan season 4, part three, is premiering its episodes without subtitles. Hmm! That’s one big trap for Attack on Titans. Anyways, let’s move forward and look into another brighter side of the story, which is certainly the music composition. We think the artists have been pretty well with the music. So not, the overall production is poor, but wherever it does, it impedes the final season of Attack on Titan from being the year’s most anticipated series.
Overall, Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 does well with its captivating plotline, stellar character performances, and enchanting background music. The lack of subtitles and CGI work could have done wonders for the story if producers had emphasized them concisely. So what are your views on Attack on Titan season 4 Part 3? Did the episode live up to your expectations? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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