Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 1 Analysis And Review, Netflix, Anime, Episode 76

Attack On Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 1 Analysis And Review

Attack on Titan returned on 9 January 2021 and it didn't disappoint. Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 1 ended on one of the greatest cliffhangers of all time where Marley launches a desperate attack on paradise and Eren Yeager alone stands like a chad and saying bring it on, Reiner. Part 2 starts where Levi is in hange's arms with floch and other Yeagerist surrounding her and she claims Levi is dead, as floch doesn't believe her and tries to check his pulse but then, A random titan dies and Zeke comes out of it. Part 2 Episode 1 can be call as Episode 76.

Floch goes to Zeke and asks what happened and seeing this situation Hanji escapes with Levi. Zeke tells floch that a little girl made his body out of sand in a place where he thought years passed but in an instant and suspects that place is "PATHS". 

Paths is a world that connects all of the Eldians. After the Intro episode shifts, its focus towards Eren Yeager where he transformed and Yelena tries to tell him to escape using war hammer titan's power but he ignores her and walks towards Reiner. 

Then Pieck grabs gabi and takes her to their commander Magath. A beautiful moment is shared between commander Magath and gabi. All the Yeagerist is getting slaughtered by the Maryelan army and Eren Yeager alone is fighting Reiner and jaw titan, where he uses his war hammer titan powers and gets both of them. Suddenly a bullet pierces through Eren's titan head and Eren Yeager is down by pieck's titan unit shot by commander Magath. 

Yelena and other volunteers are shocked and see this mess Oyankopong runs towards Armin and all 104 training corps and explain the above situation. Connie attacks him and asks him that, "why should we help, Eren"?. Oyankopong explains everything and Armin believes him and convinces everyone to help Eren Yeager. 

Mappa Kicked off things in style, Perfectly adapted episodes as the animation was very much improved. Background Music was brilliant as Ashes on the fire is my favorite BGM of all time. The opening was so good, I loved it though it contains spoilers but as a manga reader, it didn't bother me. The ending was beautiful, I loved the animation and the lyrics.

I loved the episode, a perfect start for this masterpiece. Things are just getting interesting.

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