Story & Art by Hajime Isayama
Summary: In an alternate telling of the history of the world, mankind has been pushed back behind walls where for the last 100 years they’ve been protected from monsters known as Titans. One day these Titans appeared again and brought one of those walls crashing down – the result almost sent humanity into extinction. This is the story of the last remnants of mankind.
Review: And the battle is underway!
In this corner we have Humanity’s strongest battling it out for the survival of the human race. And in this corner we have the Titans battling it out for the destruction of the human race. Both teams two leading competitors Eren Yeager and Reiner Braun battle it out to see who will represent the Earth’s master race with both taking the form of a Titan.
It looks like Eren’s hard work over this last month has really started to pay off. He’s really wailing on Reiner even taking out Reiner’s hardened and impressive armor! But Reiner has a few tricks up his sleeve still, Eren’s going to have to work really hard to get the upper hand with such a disadvantage in both physic and experience.
We’ll get back to the fight after this commercial message brought to you by Erwin and his memories. What drives Erwin? Why has he taken up arms against the insurmountable Titans in what seems like a hopeless cause? All the answers are here, folks, and they’re just as vague as they are repetitive.
Oh! Would you look at that?! We leave for a moment and the humans, Eren’s teammates, are jumping in to help him! It looks like they have a new weapon… They’re ganging up on Reiner! This could be it for the Armored Titans folks, nothing can prepare you for what’s about to happen next.
They fired their weapons all at once! Is this it for Reiner?!
And that’s basically how this chapter went.
Final Score: 2 Rounds in Titan Kickboxing out of 5
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