Attack on Titan could spend a spin-off telling more about Levi Ackerman

Attack on Titan could spend a spin-off telling more about Levi Ackerman 8

The Crunchyroll platform has posted an article about an interview with the creator of the Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan) series – Hajime Isayama.

Below is that interview:

Reporter: After the timeskip and the birth of Marley, Eren disappeared for a while.

Hajime Isayama: It’s actually something I’ve always wanted to do as a storyteller.

Reporter: What do you imagine Eren would do if he had never joined the Reconnaissance Corps?

Hajime Isayama: I think Eren will have a terrible life.

Reporter: The world of Shingeki no Kyojin is very large, but in what language do you imagine the characters communicating?

Hajime Isayama: I think they will speak in a language that is considered a common language in the world.

Reporter: At the beginning of the fifth episode, in the `Ilse’s Notebook` story arc, the Titan that Ilse meets has the ability to speak, which is rare for most Titans.

Hajime Isayama: When I got that question, I thought `That would be a great plot.`

Reporter: So, will we find out the answer in the future?

Hajime Isayama: At first, I started to develop the idea of the Titans more.

PV: When the series ends, are there any aspects of the story that you wish you had changed?

Hajime Isayama: Actually there are many.

Reporter: How have you personally changed since the first episode?

Hajime Isayama: I had a lot of difficulty communicating with others when I started writing manga.

Reporter: Do you have any plans for any other spin-offs or do you think you’ve told everything you can about Shingeki no Kyojin?

Hajime Isayama: Right now I have no plans.

Attack on Titan could spend a spin-off telling more about Levi Ackerman

Reporter: Can we expect more stories from characters like Hange and the original members of Levi’s group?

Hajime Isayama: As for Levi, I have an idea in my head, but I don’t know if I can write it or not.

Reporter: Can I ask what that is?

Hajime Isayama: For example, I had an idea in my head of what Levi’s story would be like, but at the same time, the fact that I was able to write it down was a different story.

Reporter: Is there any reason you strayed from any direct romantic themes in the Shingeki no Kyojin story?

Hajime Isayama: At first, I felt shy about writing stories about love between characters.

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