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Where Did Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 Leave Off in the Manga?

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If you’re thinking of picking up the Attack on Titan manga after watching Season 4 Part 3, we don’t blame you. The latest hour-long installment was absolutely riveting and heartbreaking. But we have to wait until the fall for the show to return. Here’s where it left off in the manga, in case you’re wanting to pick up where the show ended. (Links to where you can buy the manga are at the end of this article.) 

SPOILER WARNING: This article will not contain manga spoilers but it will contain anime spoilers.

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Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 Part 1 Covered Volume 33 of the Manga

Attack on Titan Manga
Attack on Titan Manga

Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3 Part 1 (whew, that’s a long title) covered volume 33 of the Attack on Titan manga. 

Volume 33 includes the following chapters: 

  • Chapter (also called Episode) 131: The Rumbling
  • Episode 132: The Wings of Freedom
  • Episode 133: Sinners
  • Episode 134: In the Depths of Despair

There’s a lot of overlap. In fact, the point where Season 4 Part 3 starts is exactly where Chapter 131 starts, with Ramzi and Halil talking. 

Eren’s flashback to when he previously saw Ramzi is also included in the first chapter. 

It also ends exactly where Chapter 134 ended, with Armin posing that pointed question to Eren. 

But The Anime Did Skip A Few Key Scenes

Just one word of warning… The anime did skip a few key scenes that are at the very beginning of Chapter 134. So if you want to backtrack and read Chapter 134 too, just in case Season 4 Part 3 Part 2 doesn’t pick up those missed scenes, you might want to do that. 

There are two major scenes in particular (which I won’t spoil here) that are skipped. One I could imagine being skipped entirely and not changing the trajectory of the story. But another one of the scenes is very important and will likely be included in Season 4 Part 3 Part 2. 

So Where Should You Pick Up the Manga?

Attack on Titan Manga
Attack on Titan Manga

If you want to pick up where the anime left off and read the full ending, then you’d want to buy Volume 34 of the manga, which is also the final volume. The first chapter in this volume is Chapter 135: “The Battle of Heaven and Earth.” (It may also be called Episode 135.) This volume covers Chapters 135 to Chapter 139, which is called “Final Episode: Toward The Tree on That Hill.” (For some reason in my volume it’s called Episode 189, but it really should be 139.) 

However, if you want to read the scenes that the anime skipped, you should start with Attack on Titan Chapter 134 (also called Episode 134.) 

Here’s where you can get them. 

Volume 33 of the Attack on Titan manga can be purchased pretty inexpensively and you’ll get all the chapters covered in the latest episode, including the missing scenes. You can get it on Amazon here, either in paperback or Kindle/Comixology. 

A tiny embedded picture of the volume that you can click on is also below. (If you’re blocking ads you can’t see it.) 

If money’s tight or you just want to skip to the final volume, it’s called Attack on Titan 34 on Amazon and you can get it here either in a paperback version or on Kindle/Comixology.

A tiny embedded picture of the volume that you can click on is also below. (If you’re blocking ads you can’t see it.) 

My personal preference is the Colossal Edition. The pictures are much larger, so you can see more of the details that go into each panel. The one you’ll want is called Attack on Titan: Colossal Edition 7 and you can get it here

The Colossal Edition contains more than the other links I included. This one has Volumes 31-34, so it starts off part way through Season 4 Part 2 and then takes you all the way through the movie that just released, all the way to the very end. I can’t recommend the Colossal Edition enough. It’s really worth the extra price if it fits in your budget. But if it doesn’t, you’ll still enjoy reading the manga.

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Stephanie Dwilson started Post Apocalyptic Media with her husband Derek. Her favorite shows of all-time are Attack on Titan, Battlestar Galactica and Lost, and she's always happy to talk about her cats. 🙂 She's a licensed attorney (currently not-practicing) and has a master's in science and technology journalism.

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