Suit up and grab your guns. The Devils of Paradis are coming.

Attack on Titan, a Japanese manga that follows the conflicts between humans and Titans, is launching its exhibition in Singapore’s Art Science Museum from 19th February to 3rd July.

The dystopian takes place in Paradis Island. Citizens live within enormous walls that protect them from Titans, a species of giant man-eating humanoids.

In order to create an immersive experience, the exhibition is segmented by brick walls to mimic the landscape of the town. Cardboard titans are also hung from the ceiling to add to the ambience.

Meanwhile, a battle sequence is displayed in the Great Titan Theatre.

The exhibition features over 180 artworks by Hajime Isamaya, the creator of Attack on Titan. His earliest drafts and character designs, as well as new pieces that have not been published, are also included.

Also known as Shingeki no Kyojin, its Japanese name, it became one of the best-selling series as of 2019. The manga’s final chapter was released last year, while its season finale is ongoing on Netflix.

Tickets can be purchased online from 20th January.

Other interesting exhibitions at Art Science Museum includes Hope From Chaos: Pandemic Reflections. Starting from 12th February, the exhibition marks the second anniversary of the pandemic with heartwarming stories and artworks.

Meanwhile, catch Nam June Paik’s thought-provoking artworks reflecting our close relationship with technology at National Gallery.

Location: 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
Opening hours: 10am- 7pm


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