'Attack on Titan' Season 2 Release Date
"Attack on Titan" Season 2 spoilers, rumors and more. Attack on Titan

The last time we seen "Attack on Titan" was back in 2013 and fans of the franchise just can't wait to see what will happen to humanity and the Titans, most importantly to Eren Yeager, Mikasa Ackerman, and Armin Alert. With little known about the second installment we have brought together all the internet rumors and speculations to paint a clear picture of season two of "AoT." Check out everything we know about "Attack on Titan" season two below:

1. Director, Tetsuro Araki said in a press conference for "Attack on Titan Part 1: Crimson Bow and Arrow" that season two won't be out until 2016. The reason for the delay is that the "Attack on Titan" manga is two-story arcs short. Plus he mentions there's a lot happening for the franchise in 2015 that will surely slow down production for season two of the anime.

2. The manga is only two story arcs ahead of "Attack on Titan" season one and this means Araki will have to wait a bit to get enough content to have a complete season two.

3. Reports have indicated that the plotline for "Attack on Titan" season two will tell the story of the 104th Trainees Squad fight against the Titans that have penetrated the wall. It will also follow the story of overthrowing the king because of the corruption. The Uprising' will be lead by Erwin Smith.

4. Two live-action movies are set to be released for "Attack on Titan" this year. The two movies will cover the entire first season of "Attack of Titan" and star real people! The two movies are titled "Attack on Titan Part 1: Crimson Bow and Arrows" and "Attack on Titan Part 2: Wings of Freedom." Both films will be released on Aug. 1 and Sept. 19. Check out the trailer below:

5. New characters will be featured more in season two of "Attack on Titan." These characters include Captain Kenny Ackerman, Uri Reiss, Rod Reiss, Frieda Reiss and the huge beast titan.

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