In celebration of the release of its final volume, Attack on Titan has put up a massive LED banner in Japan thanking fans for their support over the last 12 years.
The screen is located in the East-West Free Passage JR Shinjuku Station in Tokyo, which happens to be one of the world’s busiest subway stations. The entire display measures 45.6m long — three times the length of Eren’s Attack Titan — making it one of Japan’s largest-ever screens, and features a range of Titan busts as well as messages from the manga’s editorial team.
As for the final volume itself, the manga is set to hit shelves June 9 in Japan.
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