Attack on Titan Final Season Ending Revealed: A Child of Evil

After a long year of waiting, anime fans are finally seeing it Attack the giant The final season of Season 2, and fans are enjoying themselves on social media.

Like everyone else cartoon, Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 also has a prologue and an ending. While the opening theme song “Rumble” is going viral, the ending is going flat with it.

The Official Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Prologue “The Rumble”

Ai Higuchi’s ending theme song is titled “Akuma no Ko”, which means “Children of the Devil”. This article will specifically focus on the ending theme song of Attack on Titan Final Season 2 and discuss why it is just as important as the opening theme.

Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 ending music intro

The end credits sequence begins with young Eren Yaeger wielding a bloody knife he used to save Misaka from past kidnappers. Past events mean a lot to Eren, as he killed many people as a child and showed that he was participating in a world bigger than he was.

The next scene in the prologue depicts Eren’s freedom with a caged yellow bird as it begins to fly. Footage then shows the boy Eren trapped in that cage and looking out at the world while in the cage. However, the scene immediately transitions to a more vivid scene, showing the beautiful scenes Eren had seen growing up.


The end of the ending shows Eren growing up, looking out at the world while walking while out of the cage. This scene shows Eren finally gaining his freedom and the way he sees the world around him has changed.

The ending music video is all about showing Eren’s Past full of extreme situations. However, he keeps moving forward even when his fate is against it. All of this is depicted in Ai Hihuchi’s soulful voice and fits the theme perfectly. Attack on Titan Final Season Ending Revealed: A Child of Evil

Aila Slisco

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