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Attack on Titan: Hangeki no Noroshi

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Attack on Titan: Counter Rockets
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Attack on Titan: Counter Rockets (Shingeki no Kyojin ~Hangeki no Noroshi~) is a three-episode spin-off web drama based on the live-action film adaptations Attack on Titan and Attack on Titan: End of the World. It features the same cast from... A spin-off live-action web drama, titled Attack on Titan: Hangeki no Noroshi aka Attack on Titan: Counter Rockets, will be posted every Saturday on dTV starting on August 15th. The web drama will be tied to the movies and it will focus on Hanji, Sasha, and a few of the original film characters. Attack on Titan: Counter Rockets will introduce a new character, Izuru, who will be an important part of the show. The new series will center on the lives of the Survey Corps members with specific focus on Hanji's research on Titans, which was destroyed by Annie Leonhart aka Female Titan in the original ongoing manga.

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Attack on Titan: End of the World 2015

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Mankind is under the terror of titans, a beast in which feast on human flesh. Eren Yeager, a young boy determined to make change when he himself could transform into one. He is humanity's last hope.

Attack on Titan
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