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This Friday, September 18th at 8:00pm CST, this audio adaptation of the more recent parts of the comic will go online here. This is entirely a fan-produced piece of work, but having heard multiple previews along the way, I can vouch for its incredible quality.
Starting with the premiere of the video at 8:00, I’ll be hosting a chatwith director/producer/actor Elson and the contributing voice actors. Everyone’s invited - it should be a fun evening, so if you’re interested, feel free to stop by!
Fifteen years after the first Kaiju breach, we find ourselves with the 104th Regiment who are now among the forces of the UN Shatterdome. With time comes new hardships, challenges, and inevitably … change.
Attack on Kaiju is a fan-made mecha AU parody of the manga/anime Attack on Titan, or “Shingeki no Kyojin” (進撃の巨人), and the film Pacific Rim.
This project is a purely non-profit, fan-based parody made only for entertainment purposes.
Attack on Titan, Shingeki no Kyojin, and its likeness belong to Hajime Isayama and its related distributors. Pacific Rim and its likeness belong to Guillermo Del Toro and Travis Beacham. Please support the official releases.
All music is copyright and credited to their original composers and is not used to earn any profit.
Episode 1 of the Attack on Kaiju Project is finally here! We hope you all enjoy it! Everyone on our team worked very hard and diligently to put this project together and bring it to life. Special thanks goes out to my co-admin, Amy, for helping put this all together. We hope you like it!