Attack on Titan: Junior High Anime's 4th Promo Video Previews Ending Theme Song

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Live-action portion of series to feature voice actors performing school treasure hunts

The official website for the television anime of Saki Nakagawa's Attack on Titan: Junior High (Shingeki! Kyojin Chūgakkō) spinoff manga began streaming the fourth promotional video on Monday. The video previews the show's ending theme song "Hangeki no Daichi" (Ground's Counterattack). Yuuki Kaji (Eren), Kishô Taniyama (Jean), and Yui Ishikawa (Mikasa) are performing the ending theme song under the unit name "Attackers."

The manga re-imagines Eren, Mikasa, Armin, and other characters from the original manga as students and teachers at Titan Junior High School. The cast members from the original Attack on Titan anime are returning.

Yoshihide Ibata (Ashiaraiyashiki no Jūnin-tachi, episode director for Kill la Kill, Haikyu!!) is directing the series at Production I.G. Midori Gotou (Hozuki's Coolheadedness, Genshiken: Second Generation) is handling the series composition, Yuuko Yahiro (Diabolik Lovers, B Gata H Kei - Yamada's First Time) is the character designer, and Asami Tachibana (Haikyu!!, Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign, Robotics;Notes) is composing the music.

Linked Horizon (Attack on Titan's two opening themes) will perform the show's opening theme song "Seishun wa Hanabi no Yō ni" (Youth is Like Fireworks).

The series will premiere on MBS on October 3 at 25:58 (effectively October 4 at 1:58 a.m.). The series will also air on Tokyo MX, BS11, RKK, and SBS.

The show will feature an anime part, and then a live-action "special corner" part that will air after the anime portion of each episode. The live-action portion of the show will feature the the voice actors and voices actresses for Eren, Mikasa, Armin (Marina Inoue), and Bertholt (Tomohisa Hashizume) in a section called "Shingeki! Treasure Hunt." The live-action portion will also feature the voice actress for Sasha (Yu Kobayashi) in a section titled "Sasha Tries ?? By Herself!!," which she will host alongside a mascot character "Titan-kun." The official website for the series streamed a trailer for the live-action portion of the series last week:

Nakagawa launched the Attack on Titan: Junior High comedy manga in Kodansha's Bessatsu Shonen Magazine in April 2012. Kodansha released the eighth compiled volume in Japan on August 7. Kodansha Comics is releasing the manga in English, and it will publish the fourth compiled volume in November.

Sources: Moca News, Comic Natalie

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