‘Attack on Titan’ is a popular Japanese manga, anime version and live-action adaptation of the series have fascinated fans over the years. In addition to the fascinating, unique storyline with intense ‘breaking’ content, the fans of the series recently revealed another humorous aspect in the series. Author Isayama Hajime turned out to be very up-to-date on the social situation, this famous mangaka showed it right in the series with redrawing a series of popular memes on social networks in the style of ‘Attack on Titan’ .
The first is a boy meme with an extremely expressive face struggling with classwork. And this boy is inspired by a real life meme. Of course, the expressions of both the real and the comic characters are remarked to be the same.
Another meme by the late famous singer, songwriter and music producer Freddie Mercury. Mangaka Isayama Hajime has been very interested in updating the meme and investing in the Freddie Mercury version of this anime version.
And this meme is so genuine that many readers suggest it should be called fanart. Standard every expression to the fingertips. And the fanart itself later became a meme that otaku loved.
The meme legend that has been making headlines on social networking sites since 2019 is also put into the universe of ‘Attack on Titan’ by Isayama Hajime and remains standing just like a meme. However, many fans shared the opinion that this time Isayama Hajime drew a funny picture above before the meme appeared. Perhaps this is just an interesting coincidence.
According to fan reviews, this meme was included despite the fact that it has nothing to do with the story situation. The author seems to be a very funny person.
The meme is extremely revealing in the story, just by looking alone will know the name of the meme that the author refers to.
Isayama Hajime is a hard fan of the popular Games of Throne series, so it is not too difficult to understand when most of the favorite characters in the film are put into one frame … for easy identification. Fans are also very devoted when looking at and looking for reference images.
Another legendary meme appeared in ‘Attack on Titan’, and fans commented that this ‘adaptation’ version was even more funny than the original meme.
Actor Patrick Stewart, who plays Professor X in the X-Men series, was also ‘invited’ to join Attack on Titan. Professor X’s visualization is very close to reality.
This version of Isayama Hajime’s meme ‘Reaction guys’ is even on the magazine cover. Of course, it is still standard with every expression compared to the real meme.
The famous mangaka did not bother to cover the meme this time, but decided to adapt the movie poster into the anime. Fans have been able to verify Isayama Hajime’s sagaciousness and steering, no wonder he could bring a series to the list of manga revolving around blind readers.