3 Works in Phil (Shingeki no Kyojin)
Fandoms: Shingeki no Kyojin | Attack on Titan
16 May 2022
France, 1944. As the Allies land on the shores of Normandy, an unlikely friendship strikes up between Levi Ackerman, a widowed French Jew, and Eren Jäger, a deeply-in-the-closet lieutenant in the German Wehrmacht. The two deal with love, loss, dignity, and the horrors all around them.
Eren Yeager is a young teen living a fascinating life. He was born on an island of Paradis dealing through the high school. The trigger of adventure is his mother's grandmother, who, in a twist, leaves him a large inheritance. It uproots his original life and turns it around for 365 days. A new life, new home, new summer job, and a new neighbor he encounters by chance. Drama, suspense, conspiracies, friendship, humor, and adventure for a pirate treasure with a flare of architecture, mysteries, and legends just floating around.
Fandoms: Shingeki no Kyojin | Attack on Titan, 進撃の巨人 | Shingeki no Kyojin | Attack on Titan (Movies)
14 Feb 2021
Every year, all 12-year-old children are asked to go to the Capitol of Shiganshina District to receive their mark. The one supposed to show them the first sentence they’ll hear from their Soulmates. Their destined better half.
Yet somehow a kid left it without being marked.
How is that possible? It never happened before. Then, can we truly rely on this thing to tell us with whom we’re supposed to be?
What’s sure, is that Eren Jaeger is never going to forget this day.
Especially not when you consider where it led him to be today.
“No one really knows what to do. None of us have met their Soulmates here. We don’t know if they’re feeling something special, like a foresight invading the heart, overwhelming them with a feeling never felt before. Or maybe the emotion is so strong that it makes you sick, clouding the mind of all coherent thoughts. Maybe that’s why a simple sentence with a cute statement left Armin in a need of air to form words. Maybe it’s so beyond everything else that it ends up being terrifying. What could I ever know about it?”