Attack on Titan, Vol. 4

Attack on Titan, Vol. 4

HUMANITY PUSHES BACK!   The Survey Corps develop a risky gambit – have Eren in Titan form attempt to repair Wall Rose, reclaiming human territory from the monsters for the first time in a century. But Titan-Eren’s self-control is far from perfect, and when he goes on a rampage, not even Armin can stop him! With the survival of humanity on his massive shoulders, will Eren b...

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Title:Attack on Titan, Vol. 4
Author:Hajime Isayama
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Edition Language:English

Attack on Titan, Vol. 4 Reviews

  • Mario

    I think this might be my favorite vol. so far. I really enjoyed the flashbacks of them training, and I laughed out loud several times reading this.

    Moving on to vol. 5.

  • Bradley

    This volume has a lot more character building in the form of training flashbacks, and emotional import for some of the horrific deaths of these poor clueless fighters... and I loved it. I don't usually care for flashbacks, but anything that draws me into a story is gonna be good.

    The best part of the manga is just trying to figure out what the hell is going on in the broader sense, and we are inching forward, slowly and surely. I love these guys.

    Onward to the Scouts!

  • Sarah

    Astounding!

    P.s: Sasha is my spirit animal.

  • Rob

    This volume is a giant flashback, that was presented chronologically in the anime series.

    We see Eren & Co. as they spend their time in training to fight the titans. We also get a lot more back story on the other members of their trainee class.

    I think I prefer the anime's approach of having it chronologically rather than as a flashback. However Mr. Isayama does it early enough in the series that it may not matter too much because most of the story so far has focused on Eren, Mikasa and

    This volume is a giant flashback, that was presented chronologically in the anime series.

    We see Eren & Co. as they spend their time in training to fight the titans. We also get a lot more back story on the other members of their trainee class.

    I think I prefer the anime's approach of having it chronologically rather than as a flashback. However Mr. Isayama does it early enough in the series that it may not matter too much because most of the story so far has focused on Eren, Mikasa and Armin.

    I like this story arc as it really gives depth to the supporting cast which I think becomes more important later on.

    Can't wait for volume 5!

    This volume didn't have quite the level of action in it as previous ones, so it's hard for me gauge on that point.

    Mr. Isayama seems to be getting more comfortable with his characters as the series goes on.

  • Eris Vianney

    Guess who showed up.

    Technically Levi was only in it for a handful of pages. But still, HE'S HERE.

    Ummmmmm, so yeah. This was a good volume for developing many supporting characters, and I like that a lot of the focus is on Jean. He's a great foil for Eren, and his inner struggle between safety and heroism is interesting. The sudden switch from the present storyline to the past was very abrupt, and I like that the anime handled it more smoothly by keeping the timeline linear. You see the cadets tr

    Guess who showed up.

    Technically Levi was only in it for a handful of pages. But still, HE'S HERE.

    Ummmmmm, so yeah. This was a good volume for developing many supporting characters, and I like that a lot of the focus is on Jean. He's a great foil for Eren, and his inner struggle between safety and heroism is interesting. The sudden switch from the present storyline to the past was very abrupt, and I like that the anime handled it more smoothly by keeping the timeline linear. You see the cadets training before they graduate and encounter new threats. I think the switching did work for the scene between Jean and Marco, though.

    Now that we have that out of the way, I just want to slam gifs of Levi down.

  • Lanie (Lanies Book Thoughts)

    This volume focuses on Eren and Mikasa as trainees in the military unit, so be prepared for lots of flashbacks. This volume is actually pretty neat because we get a better look at what it takes to become a soldier in this world. The struggles Eren had to face as he went through his training and his interactions with the other characters you meet in book 2. Basically, his scooby-gang, if you will.

    Each character from book 2 is either talked about a little bit or at least shown as a teenager. You

    This volume focuses on Eren and Mikasa as trainees in the military unit, so be prepared for lots of flashbacks. This volume is actually pretty neat because we get a better look at what it takes to become a soldier in this world. The struggles Eren had to face as he went through his training and his interactions with the other characters you meet in book 2. Basically, his scooby-gang, if you will.

    Each character from book 2 is either talked about a little bit or at least shown as a teenager. You get a way better feel for why these people are so willing to trust Eren and die for him because in prior books you don't get the whole picture.

    As I said before, the beginning of the book introduces Eren as a Titan and the ending goes back to this but the entire middle is trainee time. So, if you suddenly get confused or think some pages are missing don't worry, their not. It all ties together in the end.

    Totally recommend this series, it's just really cool and a total twist on a futurist themed story.

  • Paula

    CAPITAN LEVI *_______________*

  • Shannon

    Most of this volume is told with flashbacks and I don't mind that at all. I like learning more about the characters instead of just battle after battle.

    But omg, titan puke?! 😧🤢

    ~

    Original review:

    I don't even like this series that much but I had to buy this mash-up:

    OMG, another one! These are too funny XD

  • Nərmin

    Levi made an appearance at last.

    Flashbacks were a bit boring here. And I think military type of stories are not my thing.

  • Nicole

    We shouldn't have this flashback now. It should've been introduced before. We already know the results, it's not fun. After all this action we are back to the training. Nope. It doesn't work this way.

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