Attack on Titan Anime Ratings Soar After Latest Episode

The latest episode of Attack on Titan, a one-hour special, premiered on Crunchyroll yesterday, and it has left fans absolutely mesmerized. The ratings for the series have soared to new heights, with MyAnimeList, a leading anime rating website, ranking Attack on Titan Part 3 as the highest-rated series. The difference between Attack on Titan and the second-place holder is massive, a testament to the show’s popularity and quality.

It’s common for new episodes of popular anime series to receive high ratings initially, elevating them to the top 10 rankings in many cases. However, the case of Attack on Titan is unique. The final season of the show is currently rated 9.25/10 on MyAnimeList, while the second place is occupied by Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood with a rating of 9.11/10. Such high ratings are a testament to the show’s outstanding quality, engaging storytelling, and breathtaking animation.

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It is essential to note that ratings are subject to change as more reviews come in, but it will undoubtedly be difficult for any other anime series to dethrone Attack on Titan for quite a while.

The credit for Attack on Titan’s success must go to Mappa studio’s exceptional animation and direction, keeping fans on the edge of their seats from start to finish. The studio’s use of CGI blending and 2D animation was flawless, and that’s why we haven’t seen many fans complaining about CGI. The seamless integration of 2D animation and CGI was so well done that it added to the show’s overall quality, making it an even more enjoyable experience for fans.

If you haven’t watched the latest Attack on Titan episode on Crunchyroll, it’s a must-watch for any anime lover. Though Crunchyroll was late in releasing the episode, it’s better late than never. We’d love to hear your thoughts on the new episode. Did you enjoy it as much as other fans did? Please share your opinion in the comment section below.

Source: MyAnimeList

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