Attack on Titan, a name that has been doing the rounds since the beginning of 2021. It’s a show about grotesque giants called Titans who terrorize the walled cities of Paradis Island. How do Titans exist? No one knows. All the people inside the walls know is fear of these horrible beings. They have been safe from them for ages because of the massive walls between them. But one day, everything changes.
The Colossal Titan and The Armored Titan appear and in the blink of an eye, shatter the first wall breaking into the district of Shiganshina. This is where the massacre begins. Titans eat humans. They eat them seemingly for no reason as Titans don’t need to eat anything at all. Their only source of energy is speculated to be the sun but even that is not fully accurate. They seem to be eating humans for mere amusement.
Eren Jaeger swears to destroy all Titans after his mother is devoured right in front of his eyes. He grows up to join the survey corps, famous for setting foot outside the walls and slaying Titans for good. With his new squad under Commander Erwin and Captain Levi, Eren decides to take the Titans down once and for all. But will things go his way?
All in all, Attack on Titan is a great show. Its 4th and final season is airing right now and it’s the most epic one of all. We’d highly recommend watching the anime. However, in this article, we will be talking about Manga instead. The AoT Manga is created by Hajime Isayama and there are a number of places you can read it from. So without further ado, let’s jump into it.
Comixology is an Amazon initiative where you can get the manga in its entire set or buy individual volumes according to your needs. A great website that is user-friendly and mess-free especially if you are familiar with how everything on Amazon works. What’s more, is that it’s available in all countries where Amazon is available and hence there is absolutely no issue of unavailability. Each individual issue of Attack on Titan here will cost about $1.99 which is fairly affordable. You can also opt to buy a bundle with multiple issues instead, this will cost about $19.99 to $39.99 depending on how many issues it covers.
2. Book Walker
Another brilliant website that offers entire volumes of the AoT manga to be read online. This one also happens to have a coin system, so if you get manga from here multiple times, you may end up accumulating a good bunch of coins which will help you get some of the manga for a smaller price. Individual volumes covering multiple chapters on AoT cost about $10-$12 each. These are all in color and oh, because of licensing limitations. This website does not offer manga in Japan.
You can read the manga on the publisher’s very own website. Yes, Attack on Titan is published by Kodansha, a very famous and influential publisher in Japan. You can go onto Kodansha’s website and sign up to start reading the AoT manga with the prices mentioned therein as well. Since it’s a major publisher from the industry, you can also find a bunch of other titles in there too. This is the ultimate legitimate source and perfect if you want to read while supporting the creators.
Everyone must be familiar with Crunchyroll. This website offers you both, a wide-ranging selection of manga and anime. It is available in most of the major countries however, anime and manga availability might differ for different regions. Regardless, AoT manga is available here. One will have to get a Crunchyroll subscription to be able to read and watch. These packages include a package worth $7.99/month, $9.99/month, and $79.99/year. And with these prices, you get to read and watch a lot of content available on Crunchyroll which is a very good bargain.
If you prefer reading manga in print, right in your hands away from the screen. Then you may consider buying them from Barnes & Noble or Amazon. Both of these options cost about $10 for individual issues or volumes of the manga and will have them delivered to your doorstep which is super convenient. Barnes and Noble bookstores are also physically open in many locations so you could visit one and check if the manga is available there. So if you like things on your bookshelf in the corner, then this is the go-to for you.
And these were the five places where you can read the AoT manga. Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments.