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  • Attack on Titan characters become animals for Science Museum collaboration

    Looks like Attack on Titan is going down the Kemono Friends route for their new collaboration… sort of. This is because Hajime Isayama’s popular franchise is teaming up with Tokyo’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation. The museum will feature a special Attack on Titan exhibition for this collaboration. They will also feature Eren, Mikasa, Levi, and Armin as animals. Now sing with me, Welcome to Youkoso Japari Park… oh wait, wrong anime!


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    The collaboration turns Eren into a wasp, Levi into a wolverine, Mikasa into an emperor penguin, and finally, Mikasa into an osprey. They will be part of the exhibit called “Move: Living Creatures Exhibit -Fly Into the World of Moving Illustrations-“. The museum will also feature them as a set of 5 clearfiles for 2,160 yen.

    The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation will open the exhibition on 29th November. They will then run it until 8th April, so you guys have plenty of time to get to see it if you ever visit Japan. In the words of Kemono Friend’s Serval, “Tanoshiiii!”

    Source: Comic Natalie


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