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New Anime Reveals The Origins Of Attack On Titan's Biggest Badass

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While we wait to hear when the infinitely anticipated second season of the hit anime Attack on Titan will finally air, we can content ourselves with this first trailer for Attack on Titan: No Regrets — a two-part OVA series revealing how a nobody named Levi became the world's most effective destroyer of Titans.

Anime News Network translated the voiceovers and text:

Text: Attack on Titan - The spin-off story No Regrets that tells the story of how Levi and Erwin met gets the very wished-for anime adaptation!

Levi: Farlan, Isabel. Let's go.

Narrator: The underground city. Protected by the shadows, it was the most safe place for people chosen to live there.

Man: I came to request a job.

Old Man: If you complete this job, what you will receive is not just a large sum of money. It's a ticket to be accepted above ground.

Levi: Fine.

Text: How did Levi become the strongest soldier in humanity!?

Levi: Just like that bald guy said, as soon as those guys come out, our work starts.

Farlan: That movement...! These guys aren't the military!

Levi: It's them... That emblem of the wings of freedom... It's the Survey Corps.

Text: A thug from the underground city and the young unit captain of the Survey Corps and their sudden meeting.

Erwin: You're really quick at understanding situations. Have you ever undergone training?

Text: Levi (Voice: Hiroshi Kamiya)

Text: Farlan (Voice: Koji Yusa)

Text: Isabel (Voice: Mariya Ise)

Levi: Show me the strength of a Survey Corps member!

Text: Erwin (Voice: Daisuke Ono)

Erwin: My name is Erwin. Won't you make a trade with me?

Text: The same staff as the TV anime make a full-force anime adaptation!

Text: Attack on Titan: No Regrets - Part 1/2

This OVA is based on the spinoff manga of the same name, published in the U.S. by Kodansha. Right now, parts one and two are due in Japan on December 9,th 2014 and April 9, 2015, respectively. I'm betting Funimation will have to wait until part two hits is released in Japan before it brings them over here to America, but I also bet it won't be long after that.


[Via ANN]