"Attack on Titan: Lost Girls" Anime Promo Says Farewell to Wall Sina

“Attack on Titan: Lost Girls” Anime Promo Says Farewell to Wall Sina

The rest of Annie’s story will be told in anime form when the Attack on Titan: Lost Girls adaptation continues next month. “Annie Volume (Second Half)” arrives packaged with the Japanese release of volume 25 on April 9, and you can see more of the “Wall Sina, Goodbye” story and new cast members below. 

Cast additions include: 

Annie’s Father: Unshō Ishizuka (Mr. Satan in Dragon Ball Super)

Wald: Jouji Nakata (Kirei in Fate/stay night)

Lou: Kaito Ishikawa (Tenya in My Hero Academia) 

Carly: Junko Kitanishi (Anastasia in Drifters) 

Stratmann: Kiyomitsu Mizuuchi (Iggy in Ergo Proxy)

“Mikasa Volume” will follow when volume 26 hits shelves in Japan on August 9.

Attack on Titan: Lost Girls was originally a pair of visual novels from Nitroplus and anime screenwriter Hiroshi Seko, released with volumes 3 and 6 of the original TV anime’s Blu-ray release in 2013 (Mikasa’s “Lost in the Cruel World”  and Annie’s “Goodbye Wall Sina”). In 2014,  Seko expanded these into a prose novel (released in North America by Vertical). In 2015, it became a manga from Ryōsuke Fuji (released in North America by Kodansha Comics).

If you are not familiar with Lost Girls, then you have a bit to catch up on. The story was published back in August 2015 before Kodansha confirmed it has licensed the serial for a collected release. The manga is based on a novel of the same name, and Ryosuke Fuji wrote and illustrated the serial. The story itself focuses Mikasa and Annie by exploring the leads’ backstories.

Lost Girls is made up for three collected stories. The first is titled “Wall Sina, Goodbye” and follows Annie a day before the Survey Corps heads on a mission and crosses a mysterious girl named Carly.

The second story focuses on Mikasa and is titled “Lost in the Cruel World.” The story takes place in an alternate universe where Titans never existed, so she grew up with her parents by her side. Mikasa ends up meeting Eren Yeager despite the change, and it follows the start of the two’s friendship.

As for the third story, “Lost Girls” sees Mikasa and Annie come together in a brief encounter during their military training days. The girls talk about their training regimes, and they even broach the sensitive topic of why they each chose to join the military.

Are you excited for this new OVA episode? Let me know in the comments

Via Anime News Network

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