進撃の巨人 24 [Shingeki no Kyojin 24] (Attack on Titan, #24)
巨人がすべてを支配する世界。巨人の餌と化した人類は、巨大な壁を築き、壁外への自由と引き換えに侵略を防いでいた。だが、名ばかりの平和は壁を越える大巨人の出現により崩れ、絶望の闘いが始まってしまう。

進撃の巨人 24 [Shingeki no Kyojin 24] (Attack on Titan, #24) Details

Title進撃の巨人 24 [Shingeki no Kyojin 24] (Attack on Titan, #24)
Author
LanguageJapanese
ReleaseDec 8th, 2017
Publisher講談社
ISBN-139784065105481
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GenreSequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Horror, Graphic Novels, Comics

進撃の巨人 24 [Shingeki no Kyojin 24] (Attack on Titan, #24) Review

  • Raeleen Lemay
    January 1, 1970
    WOW WOW that was way better than volume 23 (which sucked) and I'm so excited for the next volume now! I really like how it's starting to feel like the series is coming full circle finally.
  • Farah Shamma
    January 1, 1970
    It’s amazing how I’m always equal parts confused and interested. We spend more time with the new characters in this volume (so we can like them and have them killed off perhaps? Possible). The ending really makes me want to read the next volume ASAP!
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  • ♪♫♪♫
    January 1, 1970
    Omg Omg Omg that ending... Tbh I feel like the only one that loves the Markey arc (but I'm also one of the few that loved the uprising arc... So yeah)
  • Natalie
    January 1, 1970
    That ending! I cannot wait for the next book! Though this one did jump around a bit and took a little to get in to, it was definitely worth the read!
  • lydia
    January 1, 1970
    *4,5 starsThings are getting intense again.
  • Farnoush Mellark
    January 1, 1970
    WHAT?!!!! that ending, though!!!!! :-OI can't believe how Reiner is becoming one of my favorite characters.
  • MoonWyvern
    January 1, 1970
    Absolutely brilliant
  • Maria
    January 1, 1970
    WHGJGJHHJ I was so happy to finally see eren’s face again I almost cried 😩
  • Cristina
    January 1, 1970
    hold on, Eren is in Marely now? How did that happen?? I'm so confused; there is so freaking much information to take in! Reiner is such a good guys honestly, i love seeing the flashbacks from his perspective
  • T
    January 1, 1970
    THAT CLIFFHANGER THOUGH
  • Ines Gracia
    January 1, 1970
    OHMEINGOTT
  • Emily
    January 1, 1970
    Ok, so, I'm going to try and actually review this, then I will go into rant mode. I'm still not invested in the Marley and Eldian storyline. It isn't bad by any means, and I like aspects of it, but I just do not care about the new characters. I can't even remember the new kids names... I think Gabi and Falco? Yeah, I do not care about them in the slightest. They aren't bad characters per se, I just could not care less about what happens to them. That being said, they are probably main characters Ok, so, I'm going to try and actually review this, then I will go into rant mode. I'm still not invested in the Marley and Eldian storyline. It isn't bad by any means, and I like aspects of it, but I just do not care about the new characters. I can't even remember the new kids names... I think Gabi and Falco? Yeah, I do not care about them in the slightest. They aren't bad characters per se, I just could not care less about what happens to them. That being said, they are probably main characters now, so I guess I have to learn to care about them. But damn, those flashbacks though! Holy shit, it's all coming together and I love it! Now I'm going to rant a little bit. What was up with that ending???? What was that??? I'm over here reading, thinking wow, I love all the flashbacks, but the current stuff with Marley is kinda boring, and man, I sure do miss the characters I read about for 20 volumes, and wouldn't you know it, (view spoiler)[ Fucking Eren just pops out of nowhere, I was fucking blindsided. I mean, when they first showed his face, I looked at him for a while and was like, "hmmm, should I know who that is?" and the answer was "yes" it was the fucking main character. (hide spoiler)] *groans* I don't even know anymore, like what the hell??? Ok, rant over. In conclusion, Marley stuff = boring, flashbacks = awesome, and ending = shocking.
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  • Rod Brown
    January 1, 1970
    This volume is not quite as awful as the last, but it is not much of an improvement either. All the flashbacks of secondary characters from the outside world finally start to catch up to the very first volume of the series. So we get to see the opening chapters from another perspective. A more boring perspective. A perspective I did not want or need.And one of the trio of main characters finally gets to appear in the closing pages of the book. But it is a sad, broken version of the character tha This volume is not quite as awful as the last, but it is not much of an improvement either. All the flashbacks of secondary characters from the outside world finally start to catch up to the very first volume of the series. So we get to see the opening chapters from another perspective. A more boring perspective. A perspective I did not want or need.And one of the trio of main characters finally gets to appear in the closing pages of the book. But it is a sad, broken version of the character that does not bode well for however many more volumes this series is dragged out.Attack on Titan, your welcome is officially overstayed.
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  • Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn)
    January 1, 1970
    I was shocked when I saw him there and showing himself like that. What a cliffy. What on earth is he thinking!In this volume, we get more important flashbacks to answer what really happened during the first breach of the wall where Eren and his family and friends are staying as young kids. It tells you how and why that landmark tragedy has to happen and that it was the catalyst of more bloody events and unending misery of the people inside the wall. * April 16th, 2019
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  • Callie Rose Tyler
    January 1, 1970
    While I'm not crazy about the time jump and new characters, I did enjoy a trip back in time once I figured out what was going on.This book takes a look at Reiner's memory of when he and Annie and bertholdt were first sent on a mission to infiltrate the island. Plus the ending has a great reveal!
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  • Ken Yuen
    January 1, 1970
    Accidentally started 25 so I kind of knew how this would end, but it was still good. It's a little hurdle to meet the new cast of characters, but I love how they look like little kids around Reiner. The festival scene in particular was very cute. It's hard to tell which side to root for.
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  • Calvinist Batman
    January 1, 1970
    This book was wonderful! Those last two pages with floor you.As a sidenote, these time jumps keep making things a little confusing and a little more interesting each time.
  • Andrea Vega
    January 1, 1970
    El final: what the actual fucking fuckity fuck.
  • Kevin
    January 1, 1970
    I think I am officially done with AoT.
  • Allison
    January 1, 1970
    To summarize this volume in one word: exposition.One thing I am beginning to really enjoy about this series is it's ability to flesh out nearly all of their characters, even the apparent "villains," which if you have stuck around this long, will realize that their world is way more complicated than it initially appeared.I loved learning about the background of some of these characters. Not only am I becoming more empathetic for some of these characters, this new information is making the stakes To summarize this volume in one word: exposition.One thing I am beginning to really enjoy about this series is it's ability to flesh out nearly all of their characters, even the apparent "villains," which if you have stuck around this long, will realize that their world is way more complicated than it initially appeared.I loved learning about the background of some of these characters. Not only am I becoming more empathetic for some of these characters, this new information is making the stakes that much higher for the story. I have a feeling that the happy ending I would love to see come, might not be as joyous as I want it to be.Nothing insane happens in this latest volume, but I will note that I was kind of spoiled on the end. Not so much that surprise appearance, but knowing that things were going to collide at one point. This time jump has been nuts because it's steered the story in a completely different direction than I had anticipated, which honestly makes me enjoy this series that much more.I'm so excited to see what the next volume presents. I'm anxious to see the repercussions of this latest collision, as well as yearning for some answers that have been on the back burner for two volumes now.I'm not ready for this series to end :(
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  • Милен Димитров
    January 1, 1970
    That ending! It is not that you can't see it coming but damn! I want another volume! I NEED another volume!
  • David Basora
    January 1, 1970
    I can't get into this too much, because there is simply too much, but wow. Just wow. The last few volumes have been a lot of confusing exposition and flashbacks with time lines that I found hard to keep track of, but the end of this volume just crystallized everything into place, and raised way more questions than I thought I had. This series is insane and genius at the same time. I'm pretty sure the plot and the action are going to go back into hyperdrive again, and I am ready!
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  • Emma
    January 1, 1970
    Still a lot of exposition for what is to come ! But the ending had me soooo confused though... We spent years trying to get an answer about the mysterious basement and the origins of the titans and now that we kinda did get an answer the author adds another layer of mystery to it !
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  • Janani Ananthanarayanan
    January 1, 1970
    THIS IS JUST CHAPTER 96,97 and 98 I THINK IT ENDED ON A CLIFFY CLIFFHANGERBUT I WAS SO SHOOK AFTER READING CHAPTER 99 GOD I NEED HELP (view spoiler)[ For Chap 99 THOSE MANIPULATIVE MARLEYAN BAS***DS. ARE THEY LYING AGAIN ABOUT EREN?! WTFLYINGF IS FRICKIN GOING ON?! (hide spoiler)]
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  • Sammy
    January 1, 1970
    I keep loving Reiner, sorry not sorry. Also, I could see those things coming from the last volume, so I was not really surprised, but I really liked it tho.
  • dania
    January 1, 1970
    ~So, everything's fucked up.
  • Mark
    January 1, 1970
    Oh, damn!!!That ending! OMG, you will not be expecting it.What we get with this volume is even more background on Reiner, Bertolt, and Annie. There's also another character, Marcel, who was supposed to be the Jaw Titan. He was supposed the be the leader, the brains of the operation, that was supposed to infiltrate Paradis Island and take the Founder Titan to end the war once and for all.But, tragedy occurs and Reiner, Bertolt, and Annie are left to decide to go back home or to continue with the Oh, damn!!!That ending! OMG, you will not be expecting it.What we get with this volume is even more background on Reiner, Bertolt, and Annie. There's also another character, Marcel, who was supposed to be the Jaw Titan. He was supposed the be the leader, the brains of the operation, that was supposed to infiltrate Paradis Island and take the Founder Titan to end the war once and for all.But, tragedy occurs and Reiner, Bertolt, and Annie are left to decide to go back home or to continue with the plan. We already know what happened from the previous volumes. But, what we don't know is that Marley is planning something to end the war.However, right before we get to the reveal of the grand plan, this volume ends with a massive twist that left me screaming for more. I just have to know what happens next!!!!!I loved this volume so much and I can't wait for the next.
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  • Adam Fisher
    January 1, 1970
    A Volume of mostly filler... has a fair amount to say, but mostly serves to begin to the merge of the Marley and Paradis storylines. Reiner, now home in Marley, has both flashbacks to his time during their original invasion of Paradis (which is very cool to see the opening scene of the series from the viewpoints of the Titans) and deals with some of the new recruits as they work through their pre-titan training.The only other plot point of relevance is that there is a man named Kruger who has be A Volume of mostly filler... has a fair amount to say, but mostly serves to begin to the merge of the Marley and Paradis storylines. Reiner, now home in Marley, has both flashbacks to his time during their original invasion of Paradis (which is very cool to see the opening scene of the series from the viewpoints of the Titans) and deals with some of the new recruits as they work through their pre-titan training.The only other plot point of relevance is that there is a man named Kruger who has been giving advice to the Armored candidate Falco. Falco, trusting Reiner, takes him to meet Kruger... who Reiner recognizes as Eren, 4 years after Reiner left Paradis.What will happen in the next Volume? Hopefully, it all meshes back together and we get to see both the Marley and Paradis storylines merge.Recommend, but only if you have read the story so far.
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  • Elyse
    January 1, 1970
    Zeke is planning on retaking the Founding Titan from Paradis Island and restore the value of the Eldians in the war. He only has one year left.Marley’s people believe the Eldians on the Island are the Devils, but they are not even aware of their existence nor know that there is life outside of the Walls!There is a flashback about the Operation with Annie, Reiner & Bertolt. Like I mention in my review of the previous volume, it is not because I see their P.O.V that I will change my mind about Zeke is planning on retaking the Founding Titan from Paradis Island and restore the value of the Eldians in the war. He only has one year left.Marley’s people believe the Eldians on the Island are the Devils, but they are not even aware of their existence nor know that there is life outside of the Walls!There is a flashback about the Operation with Annie, Reiner & Bertolt. Like I mention in my review of the previous volume, it is not because I see their P.O.V that I will change my mind about them, I still hate them.The volume end with a weird time jump, four years later. Eren is in Marley, what exactly are his plans?Still a lot of back story about characters I do not really care about, let hope the next one will get better.
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  • Jessica
    January 1, 1970
    I wanted to give this volume 5 stars, but the volume appeared to be jumping around in time. And that made it kinda hard to figure out when things were happening. The scenes with Annie and her crew were from the past since they were kids, but then there were the scenes with Gabi and those kids that I couldn't quite figure out if those scenes were from farther in past or if they are from the future. Or is everything that is happening, happening during the current storyline. Anyway by the end of th I wanted to give this volume 5 stars, but the volume appeared to be jumping around in time. And that made it kinda hard to figure out when things were happening. The scenes with Annie and her crew were from the past since they were kids, but then there were the scenes with Gabi and those kids that I couldn't quite figure out if those scenes were from farther in past or if they are from the future. Or is everything that is happening, happening during the current storyline. Anyway by the end of the volume I was confused by the timeline but I still enjoyed the volume. I may start reading the scans, since the waiting between volumes doesn't help me with being able to keep up with what's going on.
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