Shingeki no Kyojin (Complete BD Batch)
Shingeki no Kyojin (main) (720p BD – 200MB)
Shingeki no Kyojin (main)
Attack on Titan (official)
L`attaque des Titans (official)
Anime Type : TV Series
Total Episodes : 25
Rating : 8.70
Aired : Apr 7, 2013 to Sep 29, 2013
Producer : Production I.G, FUNimation EntertainmentL, Mainichi Broadcasting, Pony Canyon, Kodansha, Mad Box, Pony Canyon Enterprises, Wit Studio, Shingeki no Kyojin Team
Genres : Action, Drama, Fantasy, Shounen, Super Power
Duration : 24 min. per episode
Several hundred years ago, humans were nearly exterminated by giants. Giants are typically several stories tall, seem to have no intelligence, devour human beings and, worst of all, seem to do it for the pleasure rather than as a food source. A small percentage of humanity survived by walling themselves in a city protected by extremely high walls, even taller than the biggest of giants.
Flash forward to the present and the city has not seen a giant in over 100 years. Teenage boy Eren and his foster sister Mikasa witness something horrific as the city walls are destroyed by a super giant that appears out of thin air. As the smaller giants flood the city, the two kids watch in horror as their mother is eaten alive. Eren vows that he will murder every single giant and take revenge for all of mankind.
Direct-Download Links | Torrent Links for Shingeki no Kyojin (main) 720p BD 200MB miniMKV Encodes
Direct-Download Links (Private)
Episode 1 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 2 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 3 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 4 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 5 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 6 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 7 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 8 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 9 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 10 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 11 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 12 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 13 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 14 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 15 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 16 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 17 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 18 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 19 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 20 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 21 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 22 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 23 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 24 : Direct Download | Torrent
Episode 25 : Direct Download | Torrent
Oh dear Shingeki no Kyojin, where do I even begin. If you’ve talked with your friends about anime, then the couple anime that everyone talks about are Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Dragon Ball, and… Shingeki no Kyojin. What’s the difference between Shingeki and the rest? Shingeki only has 25 episodes so far yet it’s on par in popularity with the other super long, Americanized anime. Why is it popular? Well that’s simply because it’s stunningly amazing. Those people that call Shingeki no Kyojin “overrated” may not have the same taste as me, and that’s perfectly fine, but in my honest opinion, Shingeki no Kyojin is one of if not the greatest anime to be made. It’s not popular for no reason.
The story is one of the most captivating stories I’ve ever seen. 100 years prior to the start of the anime, humanity has been on the bridge of extinction due to the monstrous humanoid Titans that devour humans. Now, present day in the anime, the remaining small population of mankind lives confined within 3 “heavenly” walls that are so tall and sturdy that even the titans can’t break in. The most outward wall was named, Wall Maria, the middle wall was named Wall Rose, and the most outward wall named Wall Sina. Unfortunately for mankind, a colossal titan, one that is even bigger than the 50 meter heavenly walls, breaks Wall Maria, allowing the other titans to rampage the city, thus leading to another massacre of mankind. During this massacre, our main characters, Eren Yeager and Mikasa Ackerman watch in horror as a horrifying titan rips their mother’s head off, then gobbles her up whole. Vowing that he’d one day avenge mankind and exterminate all the titans, Eren Yeager trains to become a survey corp, brave heroic soldiers who go outside the walls, into the plains in order to fight the titans. But we soon find out, that Eren is much more special than he seems, not only is he a brave warrior, but he’s also something else that could be the key to humanity’s survival, but could also be humanity’s destruction.
My 3-word thoughts on the anime: Epic, Dynamic, Masterpiece. The suspense build-up was absolutely amazing, yet there was still room for improvement; that shows just how epic this anime can get. The anime not only includes epic fights, but lots of dialogue, and for those of you that hate dialogue, I feel sorry for you people whom only watch for action. The anime includes lots of other things as well: there’s lots of half-hearted, hilarious scenes, as well as sad, tragic scenes. The anime certainly has a good amount of gore, and will break your heart frequently (if you get attached to the characters). Many characters end up getting gobbled up mercilessly while trying to protect humanity in ways that are quite *shivers*. Have I teared up in the anime? As a matter of fact, I have.
Characters was another area (alongside every area) that was Shingeki’s strongpoint. There’s a diverse variety of characters that fight for humanity for all different reasons. There’s trust, friendship, along with betrayals, and pains. There’s comedy relief among many characters, especially Sasha “Potato Girl” Blouse. There are characters that people can definitely relate with, such as Armin Arlert, who wants to do the right thing and protect his friends, but can’t seem to do much because of fear. Fear is something that haunts us all, and prevents us from doing things in life. Another character that people can somewhat relate with is Annie Leonhardt, who fights alongside humanity, yet fights opposed to humanity. What does that mean? Watch the anime. Why is she doing this? Because of her past scars, “scars have the strange power to remind us that our past is real” (watch to find out more). There were too many characters to development fully, but certainly the main characters were developed to their max. Levi is certainly a fan-favorite character, because of the fact that he’s cool, overpowered, badass, kind-in-the-heart, smart, straight-to-the-point, and most of all, hilarious with all his neat-freakiness. The main character, Eren Yeager is strong-hearted, and “special”, but he’s still not strong enough to defeat the titans. How he develops is one of the most interesting things, in this interesting-things-packed anime.
The art and music can be described in one word: WOW! The art drawings were absolutely stunning! From the characters/titans to the setting of the story to all the equipment used in battle. The characters all had a unique aspect to them. The settings of the anime were beautiful. The cities, and walls looked realistic, the plains that characters dreamed of seeing made me want to run outside to see for myself how beautiful nature really is, and how humans under appreciate the naturality of nature. The 3-D gear was something that really caught my eye, and will certainly catch other people’s eyes as well. A new form of action that’s never been seen before. The characters would literally fly from rooftop to rooftop slicing their swords at the titans at high-speeds that keep the viewers eyes locked onto the screen at all times. The soundtrack in the anime was epic as shit. The openings speak for themselves, they do the anime justice. The openings were epic and certainly set the mood of what was to come from the anime. “They’re the prey, and we are the hunters!” The rest of the soundtrack in the anime was okayasgduyasgda AMAZING. How can one describe how amazing those German OSTs were. They fit in perfectly with the epicness of the anime, and certianly added tons of suspense to the 3-D maneuver gear action.
Of course, I may be over-thinking things, but the anime certainly included some themes while creating this masterpiece of an anime. The aspect of being confined in an area, doing the same daily routine every day. People seek to be free, and to seek adventure. Watch for this. Another theme that the anime incorporated was that of the cycle of life. Humans, we steal animals away from their families, we kill them, we eat them. What’s so different from us, and the titans? The feelings of not being at the top of the food chain… Anyways, if you haven’t already watched this anime and you’re reading this review, then you’ve clearly been living under a rock all this time, and I definitely encourage you to watch this show even if it isn’t your style of anime.