Attack On Titan: The Exhibition is set to arrive at The ArtScience Museum, Singapore next month. The upcoming event marks the first time manga exhibition ventures outside Japan and coincides with the final season of the anime, which premiered last week, and is currently being released on a weekly basis.
The exhibition is organized by design firm SPACELogic and will feature over 180 artworks by AoT manga artist Hajime Isayama, including the manga’s initial drafts, storyboards that feature handwritten dialogue from Isayama, and animated battle sequences displayed in The Great Titan Theater. The immersive space will transport viewers into Isayama’s dystopia beginning with a choice to venture on a blue path “Outside the Walls,” and a red path that leads “Inside the Walls.”
“I hope you enjoy Attack on Titan: The Exhibition and I would be happy if you continue to immerse yourself in the world of Attack On Titan and engage with the characters as you like,” Isayama said in a press release.
Tickets for Attack On Titan: The Exhibition will be offered beginning January 20, on the Marina Bay Sands website. The event will run from February 19 to July 3. Exclusive merchandise will be available for purchase.
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