Attack on Titan Ranked From Best To Worst

    Attack on Titan has been a massive success in the anime world, captivating audiences with its intense storyline, well-developed characters, and breathtaking animation. With multiple seasons released, fans and critics alike have rated and reviewed the series on platforms like MyAnimeList (MAL). Let’s check out Attack on Titan Ranked From Best To Worst.

    Attack on Titan Season 3 Part 2 – 9.05

    Attack on Titan Ranked - Characters sitting on Eren in Titan form

    Starting off with a bang, Season 3 – Part 2 tops our list. This season truly showcases the anime’s ability to keep viewers on the edge of their seats. With its intense battles, major character reveals, and deep dives into the lore of the world, it’s an unmissable spectacle.

    Attack on Titan: The Final Season – Final Chapters – 9.02

    The “actual” final season is split into 2 episodes both lasting 1 hour. In these final 2 episodes, we will see the conclusion to the long journey the characters have been on.

    Attack on Titan: Final Season – 8.79

    Following is “The Final Season”, Unveiling the broader world outside the walls and the political intricacies involved, this season provides satisfying answers to the series’ longest-standing questions.

    Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 2 – 8.77

    This season primarily focuses on Eren’s drive to activate the Founding Titan’s power and his quest to make contact with Zeke, his half-brother, and the Beast Titan.

    Attack on Titan Season 3 – 8.62

    This season serves as a breather from the intense action, focusing more on political intrigue and the covert operations of the Scout Regiment. While it slows down a bit, it sets the stage for the explosive second part.

    Attack on Titan – 8.54

    The season that started it all. Introducing the world to Titans, the three walls, and our beloved characters. this season paved the way for the epic that Attack on Titan would become.

    Attack on Titan Season 2 – 8.51

    Season 2 may be shorter in terms of episodes, but it packs a punch with its thrilling Titan reveals and character developments. It delves deeper into the mysteries surrounding the Titans and introduces new and formidable foes.

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