How well can we know our favourite characters? How do we define the outlines of a hero? Where is the fine line between good and evil when both of those are relative societal constructs as a whole with ever-evolving moralities and ethics? And finally, why is the idea of unity so black and white versus actually being diversely inclusive and actually unified?
Episode five kicks off with the quick appearance of the Colossal Titan (or Bacon Beast as my late nephew had named him because his muscles made him look like he was wrapped in bacon… I miss him) who fucks up some of the defences the military has set in place, giving tinier titans an entrance into
A dark fantasy shonen series. Episodes one and two cover the invasion of giant humanoid creatures called titans as they break through a colossal wall to destroy and devour the people of Shiganshina, which occurs after many, many decades of peace and prosperity.
This is a brief intro for the upcoming mutterings. I wanted to give a head’s up post for anyone who is out there that may not want to spoil themselves on Attack on Titan. I know quite a few folx who are eagerly anticipating a magnificent binge-watching session once all the episodes have been released, and I totally respect that.