Who wouldn’t be intrigued by Eren Yeager, the character who transformed from antagonist to protagonist in the iconic Attack on Titan animanga series? This anime figure is poised to make history once again, this time with an upcoming interview ahead of the final saga.
Attack on Titan has consistently captivated its audience with its outstanding storytelling, mesmerizing soundtracks, and, of course, its well-crafted characters. While every character in the Attack on Titan universe has its dedicated fanbase, none can send shivers down viewers’ spines quite like the central character, Eren Yeager.
After much anticipation, we are nearing the release of the concluding installment of Attack on Titan, where Eren’s fate will be unveiled. He has evolved into a being determined to annihilate a significant portion of the population, all in the name of protecting his loved ones. This transformation has turned the once-innocent Eren into a colossal force of destruction.
You may have heard intriguing news about the franchise before, but what we’re about to share is truly exceptional.
Eren Yeager from Attack on Titan will be featured in an interview on Japan’s NHK “Professional Work Style” on October 23, 2023, at 11:45 pm JST, as revealed in a recent social media post. Initially, fans speculated that it might involve the voice actor for the character, which would have been logical. However, this time, it’s not the voice actor but the animated character himself who will be interviewed.
This marks the first instance of an anime character being interviewed, generating considerable excitement among fans. Many believe that the interview will not feature an AI representation of Eren but rather a real person embodying the character. One enthusiastic One Piece fan even expressed a desire for a similar interview with a character from Eiichiro Oda’s universe.
NHK has disclosed that, as the saga approaches its conclusion, the purpose of this interview is to engage in a conversation with the central character, Eren, as well as some other key figures from Attack on Titan, including Levi, Armin, Mikasa, and more.
Given Eren’s descent into a path of genocide, it’s understandable that the interview may touch on his vision and the lengths he is willing to go to achieve his objectives. Until the official interview is released, we can only speculate about the content and direction it might take. The details are also unofficial for now.