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Shingeki No Kyojin OVA Episode 3



The original video animation (OVA) episodes are special episodes that were not aired during the original season but released alongside select volumes of the manga. So far, OVAs 1, 2, 4, and 5 have been officially released in English, included in the English special editions of Volumes 17 - 20.[1][2][3][4]




Shingeki no Kyojin OVA Episode 3



The fourth and final season first premiered on December 7, 2020;[1] the second part of the season premiered on January 10, 2022,[2] and the third and final part will air in two halves; the first half, a one-hour special, premiered on March 4, 2023.[3][4][5] As of March 4, 2023,[update] 88 episodes of Attack on Titan have aired, currently in its fourth season.


The following bonus original video animation episodes are released along with selected volumes of the manga.[25] The first one, "Ilse's Notebook," adapting a special chapter from tankōbon volume 5, was originally scheduled to be released on August 9, 2013, bundled with the volume 11 limited edition, but was postponed and included with a limited edition of volume 12, released on December 9, 2013, instead.[26] The OVA was bundled on subtitled DVD with the English limited edition release of the 17th manga volume, released on December 1, 2015.[27] A second OVA was released on April 9, 2014, bundled with the 13th volume of the series, this one focused on the members of the 104th Training Corps.[28] This OVA was bundled on subtitled DVD with the English limited edition release of the 20th manga volume, released on December 27, 2016.[29] The third OVA, "Distress," about a 104th Training Corps wilderness exercise, was released on August 8, 2014, bundled with the 14th volume of the series. On May 2, 2022, it was announced that Attack on Titan's eight OVAs[j] would be dubbed and released by Funimation and Crunchyroll weekly starting on May 8, 2022.[30]


What we haven't included is the anime movies released between seasons because they're just recaps and honestly, you'd be doing yourself a disservice by missing out on all the vital details contained in each individual episode.


Bundled with the 12th, 13th, and 14th limited-edition manga volumes.Episode 1: An old journal is found by Levi and Erwin when they conduct the surveillance operation outside the wall. The contents of "Ilse's Journal" result in some unexpected actions from Hange.Episode 2: Another story of the 104th Trainee Squad.Episode 3: Will depict a "memorable episode before the 104th Training Corps became unified."


So one might think, "Wait, aren't there four seasons of Attack on Titan? What's so difficult about watching them in order?" Well, there are also multiple special episodes as well that are called OVAs. Not only are the OVAs entertaining side stories in the world of Attack on Titan, but they also add more context to the main plot. So here's our guide on the correct viewing order.


This bonus episode isn't exactly as vital to the main plot, but it's still super fun. Eren's fellow Survey Corps Scout Regiment soldier Jean Kirschtein gets the spotlight in this episode. Jean has a bit of a hot temper and accuses his fellow cadets Sasha Braus and Connie Springer of stealing his dummy Titan kills during a training drill. Jean had wanted to impress Commander Pyxis, who overhears the fight and issues a challenge.


Commander Pyxis challenges Jean and Sasha to have a cookoff. Hilarity ensues. This episode also gives us a bit of backstory on Jean's relationship with his mother. What's funny about this episode (and a bit sad in hindsight) is that Jean, Sasha, and Connie end up becoming best friends and one of the best Attack on Titan trios outside of Eren, Mikasa, and Armin.


This is another fun bonus episode that builds on the team dynamics for the Survey Corps cadets. On a scouting mission, Krista Lenz is kidnapped, and her fellow cadets have to stop bickering over food and leadership in order to rescue her. In hindsight, it was a bit of clever foreshadowing on Hajime Isayama's part that Krista was the one who was kidnapped.


Captain Levi's backstory takes center stage! Attack on Titan seems to like tragic friend trios. We meet Captain Levi's two best friends and learn more about Levi's life before he joined the Scout Regiment and how he ended up serving Commander Erwin Smith. These episodes definitely help fans understand Captain Levi's character a lot more.


Attack on Titan, also known as Shingeki no Kyojin, is an incredibly popular anime series based on a manga of the same name by Hajime Isayama. This one-of-a-kind show has garnered a massive global following due to its intense action scenes, complex plot, and relatable characters. The series follows a group of humans fighting for survival against giant humanoid creatures known as Titans. The anime adaptation of Attack on Titan is not linear, with the story jumping back and forth in time. To fully understand the story, it's essential to watch the series in the correct order. The show has four seasons, with the fourth and final season currently airing. If you're planning to watch this masterpiece, there are multiple seasons, episodes, and OVAs to navigate.


The first season of Attack on Titan consists of 25 episodes and covers the first arc of the story. It introduces the main characters and the setting, as well as the Titans and the concept of the Walls. To start watching the series, you should begin with season one, episode one.


The second season of Attack on Titan consists of 12 episodes and covers the second arc of the story. It delves deeper into the mysteries surrounding the Titans and introduces new characters. To watch season 2, you should start with episode 26, which is the first episode of this season.


The third season of Attack on Titan is split into two parts: Part 1, which includes 12 episodes and Part 2 consists of 10 episodes. Season 3 covers the third arc of the story and introduces more complex political and social themes. To watch season 3 in order, you should start with episode 38, which is the first episode of Part 1.


The fourth and final season of Attack on Titan is split into three parts, with Parts 1 and 2 already released. The final chapter, Part 3, will conclude the decade-long story with two special episodes airing on March 3rd, 2023. It covers the fourth and final arc of the story, bringing everything together for a conclusion. To watch season 4 in order, you should start with episode 60, the first episode of this season.


Note: the titles do not necessarily mean that the episode will correspond exactly with the manga chapter. Case in point, episode 38 was titled the same as 53 but included scenes from chapters 51-57 and 90.


After the end of Attack On Titan: The Final Season Part 3, fans are desperate for new content. Some may try delving into the manga, a worthy endeavor for fans who want to compare the source material with its faithful anime adaptation. However, there are also OVA episodes to look out for, most of which have been available for years.


88 episodes have been released since the anime began airing in 2013, with 8 OVA episodes released between 2013 and 2018. This extra content focuses on fan-favorite characters like Jean Kirstein, Annie Leonhart, Levi Ackerman, and Armin Arlert, as they navigate the harsh realities of living in Paradis. The Attack on Titan OVAs may not all be canon, but they're certainly worth a watch.


Updated on March 21, 2023 by Ajay Aravind:Hajime Isayama's Attack on Titan is arguably one of the greatest shonen series created in the last two decades. The manga has since spawned a thriving anime adaptation, whose conclusion is set to air in late 2023. Attack on Titan has also spawned novels, video games, a mediocrely received live-action movie, and several other media enterprises. As such we've revamped this list of Attack on Titan OVA episodes.


Throughout Attack on Titan, Reiner Braun has plenty of chances to express his guilt for his malevolent actions as a Marleyan Warrior on Paradis. That said, his teammate Annie is not nearly as fortunate. This OVA episode not only shows Annie wrestling with remorse for killing Marco, but also her trepidation at having to go on the infamous mission to kidnap Eren the following day.


Annie is one of the most mysterious characters in Attack On Titan. The fabric of her personality is barely held together by her determination, although she doesn't see anything wrong with killing her enemies in cold blood. At the same time, her OVA episodes refer to her as a "lost girl" for a reason. Wall Sina, Goodbye: Part Two illustrates her fighting prowess, but watching Annie blush over donuts is both exciting and thrilling.


Audiences get to see Annie's compassion for the runaway Carly because she understands a daughter's obligation to her father. While this OVA episode reveals her rarely seen soft side, the first part offers better insight into her motivations and perspectives.


As one of the most poignant episodes in Attack on Titan, Lost in the Cruel World is arguably the best OVA of the bunch. Fans watch Mikasa process her grief over Eren's supposed death by dissociating into a world where her parents were never murdered, and where she and Eren could be close childhood friends without suffering the effects of a traumatic past. 041b061a72


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