Last Updated on May 12, 2021 by OtakuKart Staff
The season finale of Attack On Titan was a show-stealer. It had both events in the game. As it was in the middle of an intense story arc, i.e. the war between Marley, Eldia, and the new Eren led faction. The Yeagerists reached their apex, and it has made fans more and more anxious. The wait for each new chapter of the series of Attack On Titan was tougher and amazing, at last, we saw chapters that brought intense battles, reveals, and intrigue that showed us a 180° opposite take on Attack On Titan.
We can’t wait for Chapter 119 of Attack On Titan; there’s good news that surrounds the manga. The wait has become a tough one, but we have some hints. The editor for the manga has talked of Chapter 119 on Twitter. According to Shintaro Kawakubo, who is the editor for the series, the manuscript for chapter 119 is done. It has also been converted to the August issue of Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine. This has made fans curious about the next chapter, i.e. 119.
There was a battle between Eren and Zeke that was shown at the end of Chapter 118. There’s also a divide between the Eldians and the Yeagerists as they have formed a temporary alliance to keep Zeke away. Zeke needs to be kept afar from activating the spinal fluid the citizens ingested. So in the end, Eren and Zeke were pushed to the wall. Zeke was also pinned down by Marleyan weapons. Eren and Zeke are out of options, and it did look like for brief that Zeke was going to use his Titan scream and, give birth to a new wave of Titans. It remains to be seen, what could be the solution in Chapter 119.
For now, we know that on 7 July 2019, Attack on Titan Manga Chapter 119 will release, which was originally created by Hajime Isayama. The manga has been collected into 23 volumes as of 2017. It talks about a world where humanity has almost been wiped off and lives within a walled city in order to escape the danger of the Titans. Titans are giant monsters that eat humans. The lead character of manga, Eren Yeager ends up joining the military along with his two childhood friends Mikasa and Armin after the Titans succeeded to break through the wall and attack his hometown.
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