Attack on Titan Cast Gets Wild for Science Museum Collab
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Eren thought his titan transformation was rough but he's in for a whole new world as a...wasp? Tokyo's National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation is launching a new exhibit based on Hajime Isayama's Attack on Titan manga and anime series. The "Move: Living Creatures Exhibit -Fly Into the World of Moving Illustrations-" includes five clear file illustrations of Eren, Armin, Levi, and Mikasa as their new animal counterparts.
Eren takes the role of a wasp, Levi a wolverine, Mikasa an osprey, and Armin an Emperor penguin. All the characters are still wielding their maneuver gear, ready to take on the titan threat regardless of how effective their new forms are.
The images are available on clear files in sets of five for 2,160 yen (US$19).
The exhibit itself is based on Kodansha's DVD-book series MOVE that covers the science topics from animals to digestion. Visitors will get to dress up like penguins and slide on their bellies, walk on water like a basilisk, put on to-scale butterfly wings, and huddle under the armor of an arthopod.
The exhibit opens on November 29 and runs until April 8.
Source: Comic Natalie