Levi Ackerman statue now up in Attack on Titan creator Hajime Isayama’s hometown
The captain of the Survey Corps from Attack on Titan, Levi Ackerman, has finally gotten his own statue in Oita Prefecture in Japan. Its really the same place where the statues of Eren, Mikasa and Armin’s statue was erected.
This Levi Ackerman statue was set in front of the JR Hita Station in Hita City, the hometown of Attack on Titan’s creator Hajime Isayama. This is located in Japan’s Oita Prefecture.
Check out the official ceremony held the other day to honor oth the manga creator, the manga title and the characters.
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According to reports, the Levi Ackerman statue was supposed to be set up last year but due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it was postponed this year instead.
That’s a really good looking statue.
The design of the statue was based on an original drawing from Isayama, who said this about the unveiling: “He’s the most popular character who has helped sustain Attack on Titan for all these years; I owe him a huge debt of gratitude. I hope he’s pleased.”
And don’t forget that this prefecture alao has the statues of Eren Jaeger, Armin and Mikasa Ackerman from episode 1 where they look as the Colossal Titan emerged and brokenthe whole leading to Eren’s mother being consumed by a titan.
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