Attack on Titan, Vol. 2

Attack on Titan, Vol. 2

BIRTH OF A MONSTER The Colossal Titan has breached humanity’s first line of defense, Wall Maria. Mikasa, the 104th Training Corps’ ace and Eren’s best friend, may be the only one capable of defeating them, but beneath her calm exterior lurks a dark past. When all looks lost, a new Titan appears and begins to slaughter its fellow Titans. Could this new monster be a...

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Title:Attack on Titan, Vol. 2
Author:Hajime Isayama
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Edition Language:English

Attack on Titan, Vol. 2 Reviews

  • Mario

    This series is beyond amazing. I liked this volume even better than the first one. Amazing characters, great plot and brilliant art style.

    Can't wait to read the third one (hopefully they'll translate vol 3 in my country soon, 'cause I

    hate waiting).

  • Bradley

    Now comes the action, action, strife, and more action. And don't forget the big reveal!

    Neon Genesis Evangelion flashbacks, anyone? This is the volume where it gets good. :)

  • Annie

    I'm already loving this series so much!

  • Sarah

    I love this with a passion.

  • Isabel Inda

    This book was better than the first only because of my favorite titan being revealed. Also, the illustrations are amazing! Obviously.

  • Rob

    This is the part of the series that really started to suck me in. While Eren can be a bit frustrating at time, I absolutely love Mikasa. She might be my new favorite female character in all of Japanese fiction.

    We get a lot of depth added to both her and Eren and the nature of their bond in this one. We're also presented with a new wrinkle to the Titan problem which is left unresolved in the anime and a large part of why I decided I had to start reading the manga itself.

    Overall I think

    This is the part of the series that really started to suck me in. While Eren can be a bit frustrating at time, I absolutely love Mikasa. She might be my new favorite female character in all of Japanese fiction.

    We get a lot of depth added to both her and Eren and the nature of their bond in this one. We're also presented with a new wrinkle to the Titan problem which is left unresolved in the anime and a large part of why I decided I had to start reading the manga itself.

    Overall I think this volume is a little more interesting than the first and if you enjoyed that one, you should like this one.

    The artwork here is once again uneven. I'm not sure if this is true of all manga or is just the case in this series, but the action can be really hard to follow.

    I like the way the characters are drawn and you can really see that in full color version of the Anime series, but can be lacking in many panels of the manga.

    Overall though I'm enjoying the story too much to care about it though.

  • Raeleen Lemay

    AWESOMENESS. I'm really loving this series... I'm halfway through the anime now, so one of these days I'll get ahead of the show, but as of right now I knew everything that was going to happen in this volume! That's basically the only reason I'm giving these 4 stars instead of 5... Because they really are awesome. The anime is getting all the wow-factor for me, so these are more predictable, which only slightly lessens my enjoyment of them.

  • Coffee&Quasars

    4.5 stars.

    Great action. Solid message: sometimes you have to fight to survive. No matter how lost the situation appears, there’s nothing to be gained from giving up.

  • Nicole

    Okay this one was better than vol 1 yet the art is still bad. I just think the anime is better even for this volume. But I'm quite enjoying it so far! I'll probably catch up with the manga sooner than I expected to since all the chapters are action packed and fun even if I already know what will happen (until season 1 final and another spoiler i accidentally saw :/)

  • Shannon

    ~

    Original review:

    Well ... I was

    right with my guess in the spoiler of

    of the first book.

    For some reason this book seemed a lot shorter, though maybe there were just more action scenes and less talking and set-up so it made it go by quicker.

    I've heard from countless people

    ~

    Original review:

    Well ... I was

    right with my guess in the spoiler of

    of the first book.

    For some reason this book seemed a lot shorter, though maybe there were just more action scenes and less talking and set-up so it made it go by quicker.

    I've heard from countless people that the anime is prettier, so if you're not feeling this maybe give that a try instead. I like to read in the dark in bed at night and I can't watch anime that way, so I'm sticking with the manga for now.

    because that's pretty much what made me open up the third volume as soon as I was done with this one. We'll see if that feeling continues or if once I find out what's behind everything I end up tossing it aside.

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