At the moment, there are no intentions for a spin-off, according to the creator of Attack on Titan

At the moment, there are no intentions for a spin-off, according to the creator of Attack on Titan ...

As the guest of honor at the Anime NYC event last year, Hajime Isayama, the creator of Attack on Titan, was fantastic.

Isayama gave an exclusive interview to Crunchyroll before he performed, highlighting many of the manga's plot points, such as the languages he felt should have dominated the universe. He also discusses the manga's future, saying that he has no intentions for future spin-offs, although he does have a few stories for Levi Ackerman:

Isayama's comments on whether or not there are things he would like to change, at least in relation to AT's history, were among the most interesting: "Whenever I look back on the history I wrote, I have so many things I wish I could do differently."

Other things that are interesting include the growth he says he experienced while writing the manga, although this changed during his time on AT. He also mentioned Game of Thrones and horror, and that he may direct a feature film if he so chooses to make those stories more frightening.

Although the manga came to an end many years ago, the fourth part of the fourth season of Attack on Titan will be released in early 2023.

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