Funimation deal with Hulu gives extra feature to “Attack on Titan“. The on-demand video-streaming platform Hulu revealed a partnership with Funimation. The partnership will bring more subtitled and dubbed anime from Japan to Hulu. Also, the deal will be covering top anime series including “Attack on Titan” in both subtitles and dubbed form. From the deal, Funimation will be serving as the primary provider for both subtitled and dubbed anime on Hulu, making it the largest anime streaming deal in Hulu’s history.
Attack On Titan Season 1 Short Review:
The action-packed anime series with the perfect combination of fantasy and horror, “Attack on Titan” is amongst those type of series which connects action with emotions. That perfect atmosphere for the presentation of the series is very much hard to find now-a-days. The action sequences in the series employs impressive realistic animation of high wire acrobatics making the series intense and spreading fear to the viewers.
Also, the soundtracks and the tempo vary according to the situation making the series more exciting to watch. The show does an amazing job on building character and story-telling in general. Being a manga adaptation with intense concept and storylines, the series keeps you thrilled and wanting more.
Season 2 Short Review:
Second season of fantasy filled horror Japanese anime series also starts with the right balance of action and suspense. The new story of the series has some shocking moments and a good amount of time spent with the supporting cast. The series does enough to advance the plot and provide plenty of opportunities for its characters to shine.
Also, Season 2 improves on its forerunner and maintains the proper music quality which gives a fascinating sensation for the series. Also, because of bundle of surprises with many twists and turns, the anime looks quite messy. The anime is also successful in keeping the vibes of the manga which makes the series more loved by the audience. Also, the battle for possession of Eren family comes to a satisfying climax in the second season.
Season 3 Short Review:
Third season of the series reinvents itself and focuses more on political interest and world building providing electric and brutal action for the viewers. The season came up with many changes and shaping up with very different content and story. Also the new season is bringing its political dystopian theme to the surface.
The season feels fearless in a whole new kind of way making the viewers totally unpredictable and giving no idea who will be left standing at the end. Third season of “Attack on Titan” came with braced-up actions, new layers of conspiracy and an agent of risks and hazards who might be the size of human but is very much dangerous as Titans out there. In addition, the third season has a great balance of drama and action as well as an introduction to next leg of Scout’s journey.
Cast and Released Dates:
Created By: Hajime Isayama
Casts: Marina Inoue, Yuki Kaji, Yui Ishikawa, Charles Flaherty
First Season Released Date: 3rd May 2014
Season 2 Released Date: 23rd April 2017
Third Season Released Date: 18th August 2018
IMDb Rating: 8.8 out of 10
Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 100%
When will Season 4 of “Attack on Titan” be released?
Attack on Titan will officially be available from December 7, 2020 in Funimation and Japan. Netflix fan may have to wait a little longer. The series will be available on Netflix from 11th Decemeber 2020. Since the third series came up with 12 episodes, the chapters to be covered consists of 12 episodes more. Since, only few days left for the brand new season of the anime, the fans worldwide are eagerly waiting for the day. The series has introduced many new character for its fourth season. There are a tons of surprises for the fans as many new things are coming right from the anime. The anime trailer hits one of the most viewed trailers of the anime world.