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The creator of Attack on Titan would not have liked the end of Game of Thrones


The creator of Attack on Titan would not have liked the end of Game of Thrones

MAY 23, 2019 / Anime

Through his personal blog, Hajime Isayama, expressed his feelings after the end of the series.

Game of Thrones came to an end leaving many of his followers disappointed by how the story was treated during the last season, one of these is the creator of Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin), Hajime Isayama, who without going into details He was dissatisfied with the conclusion of the series.

The creator of one of the most popular manga (and anime) of the last time, for a long time he made known his fanaticism by Game of Thrones, to the level that even in one of the chapters of the manga he made a 'cameo' of some characters. Now through his personal blog he referred to the chapter pointing out that “Today I saw the end of Game of Thrones. There is something about what I personally thought. It's all I'll say for now. In the future I would like to explain what I thought today. orz. “

Although there is no detail about whether he liked it or not, it is the last word of the text that reveals the author's disappointment, given that “orz” is an emoticon used in Japan to indicate disappointment or frustration and that it simulates the form of a person on the ground affected by something.

For now we will have to wait to know the complete opinion of the mangaka, who also continues to work on Attack on Titan, publication that is getting closer to its end. On the other hand, the anime is broadcasting its third season.

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