You know what Attack on Titan Final Season Pt. 2 needs? A dark comedy trailer. No, really. Crunchyroll just released a trailer like that. Don’t believe me? Check it out for yourself below:

Attack on Titan: 1812 Overture Parody?

Tchaikovsky would be proud.

Yes, you read that right. Apparently, Crunchyroll thought the best piece of music to accompany this strangely darkly comedic Attack on Titan trailer on YouTube is a small bit of the 1812 Overture by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. To their credit though, it does work. The classical music clashes with the horrific bloody carnage in a way that’s pleasantly discordant. Oh, and the anime scene with the cannons near the end provided a nice touch to the music itself, which also prominently features cannons in the finale. It’s a perfect bit of music to accompany this dark fantasy anime about giants eating people, now that I think about it.

Attack on Titan Final Season Pt. 2: Details

Attack on Titan Final Season Pt. 2 key art.
All I can think of when looking at this is Byakuya Kuchiki and his Senbonzakura attack.

So what’s this last part of Attack on Titan Final Season about? Well, Crunchyroll certainly isn’t going to spoil things for fans. Not when this second part is going to premiere on January 9, 2022. However, Crunchyroll does have a little message that teases about the plot of this last season though. Check it out below:

“The epic continuation of the worldwide anime phenomenon will start with episode 76 as the lines between friends and enemies become even more blurred. The War for Paradis explodes in Shiganshina and as battle rages on and the true intentions of the masterminds behind the current state of the world become clear…”

You can watch Attack on Titan Final Season Pt. 2 on Crunchyroll, obviously. However, you can also head on over to Funimation or Hulu if you don’t care for Crunchyroll for some reason. Just note that if you want to watch anime for free and don’t mind the ads, Crunchyroll is still the way to go.

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