“That day, Attack on Titan remembered: the terror of being dominated by intellectual cash-ins, and the shame of being held captive in its own massive popularity.” Anyhoo, since cheap knockoffs are clearly not working, let’s try something completely different.
Attack on Titan: Junior High, a Production I.G adaptaion of Saki Nakagawa’s manga spinoff of Hajime Isayama’s manga Attack on Titan, has everything you enjoyed about Attack on Titan, but it’s Super-Deformed! And in junior high school.
Yeah, Attack on Titan: Junior High is certainly a thing. It’s silly and over-the-top with recycling its parent series soundtrack. I mean, it’s certainly playing the Attack on Titan tropes tongue-in-cheek, and for me, tongue-in-cheek is fine enough for me, and each episode being less than 20 minutes means it won’t get trite for too long.