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Attack on Titan, Vol. 3 PDF, ePub eBook TRAITOR   The last thing Eren remembers before blacking out, a Titan had bitten off his arm and leg and was getting ready to eat him alive. Much to his surprise he wakes up without a scratch on him, with a crowd of angry soldiers screaming for his blood. What strange new power has he awakened, and what will happen when the boy devoted to destroying the Titans b TRAITOR   The last thing Eren remembers before blacking out, a Titan had bitten off his arm and leg and was getting ready to eat him alive. Much to his surprise he wakes up without a scratch on him, with a crowd of angry soldiers screaming for his blood. What strange new power has he awakened, and what will happen when the boy devoted to destroying the Titans becomes one himself? Includes special extras after the story!

30 review for Attack on Titan, Vol. 3

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bradley

    While it's still pretty good and it's setting up how the rest of the series is going while showing a bit of an alternate run at the same time, the action slowed down some in favor of some interesting tactics. Oh, and surprise! :)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mario

    4.5 Not as amazing as the first two volumes, but still really good. Moving on to vol. 4.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    2nd reading: I actually want to continue when I didn't want to originally. And I really want to know what Eren's father was up to. Adding a star. ~ Original review: I don't know guys ... I think the only reason I finished this was because I had two appointments this week that both ran behind so I had about 30 minutes of boring time stuck in waiting rooms. That doesn't really say much about this, huh? Or maybe it says a lot.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nerdish Mum

    I do wish the art would get better quicker. It's the only thing I'm currently not enjoying and when I'm trying to figure out who is who and what's happening it's pulling me out of a great story! I'm really looking forward to finding out more about the mysteries and how things are going to progress

  5. 4 out of 5

    Annie

    Really good, though I like ist less than the first two volumes. Also, I'm madly in love with Mikasa.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Aleksa Isabel Litan

    This is really an intense volume. I couldn't get enough of it. So, I'm not really a fan of writing long reviews so I'll keep this short: It's nice to see Armin's character to develop from a cowardly lad to a courageous intellectual soldier. He might be one of my favorite characters, but Rivaille will always be the first in my list :) The art is still the same, but I've learned to accept it and love it as it is. Though, I am always welcome for improvements. I can't wait to read the nex This is really an intense volume. I couldn't get enough of it. So, I'm not really a fan of writing long reviews so I'll keep this short: It's nice to see Armin's character to develop from a cowardly lad to a courageous intellectual soldier. He might be one of my favorite characters, but Rivaille will always be the first in my list :) The art is still the same, but I've learned to accept it and love it as it is. Though, I am always welcome for improvements. I can't wait to read the next volume, I know it'll be great- if not greater. :)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nərmin

    I think action manga is better executed in anime. I prefer anime in this one. I am not necessarily fan of this type of art, but the art generally is okay. The intense confrontation at the beginning was my favorite part. Good job, Armin!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rob

    Story We get some interesting developments in this where some questions from the end of the first volume are finally answered, but many new ones are introduced in their place. You get a real feeling for the terror that the Titans have so embedded into humanity that really reflects mankind's fear of things the don't understand. This volume also includes a small side story on Captain Levi, who is probably my second favorite character in the series. He's not a very likable guy, bu Story We get some interesting developments in this where some questions from the end of the first volume are finally answered, but many new ones are introduced in their place. You get a real feeling for the terror that the Titans have so embedded into humanity that really reflects mankind's fear of things the don't understand. This volume also includes a small side story on Captain Levi, who is probably my second favorite character in the series. He's not a very likable guy, but he's a total badass. All and all another solid effort story-wise that has me eager to continue on. Artwork The artwork does seems to be improving as the series goes on, but the action scenes continue to be a struggle for me.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tabea Vanessa

    Its just as awesome as I expected and I cannot wait to continue in this series! It´s just as awesome as I expected and I cannot wait to continue in this series!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    Pretty interesting to see how hard it is for humanity to reconcile with their limited options for survival. Sometimes you just have to leave behind rationality in order to embrace those crazy alternatives. Even if those alternatives might bite you back on the ass. There's less going on, and what does happen is a bit predictable. I'm still curious to see where it'll go. Yours truly, Lashaan | Blogger and Book Reviewer Official blog: https://bookidote.com/

  11. 4 out of 5

    lydia

    “My speciality is slicing of meat. If necessary I can display that talent at any time. So if there's anyone here who'd like to experience it firsthand... please, step right up.” Mikasa is my favourite heroine of all time. The queen of badassery. If you need a strong female character in your life, you should give her a chance. The only reason I have to deduct a star is because the artwork is still a bit confusing.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kit

    Vast improvements are being made in the story and characterization. The mysterious relation between Eren and the titans is just beginning to get some good traction here and characters are proving more interesting and compelling when fleshed out. Gotta love Mikasa. I think what I like best about this series is how...um...un-anime it can be at times. Sure, it still has the Determined to Do My Best™ and I Will Fight To My Last Breath™ that a lot of Shōnen series have, but underneath, there is a ver Vast improvements are being made in the story and characterization. The mysterious relation between Eren and the titans is just beginning to get some good traction here and characters are proving more interesting and compelling when fleshed out. Gotta love Mikasa. I think what I like best about this series is how...um...un-anime it can be at times. Sure, it still has the Determined to Do My Best™ and I Will Fight To My Last Breath™ that a lot of Shōnen series have, but underneath, there is a very real feeling of a true threat that comes in far worse forms that just your Big Bad. I love that the author doesn't shy away from the larger-scale societal implications that these people have to deal with in this situation, like starvation and population control. Looking forward to more now.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Karolina Kat

    Usually the manga gives the reader a better, more detailed story than the anime adaptation. It seems though that in the case of Shingeki no Kyojin it's the other way around. The plot is not explored in such in-depth manner as in the anime and the graphic presentation is really terrible. The only reason I did not drop the series is because we need to wait for season 2 of anime another year or more.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marialena I.

    An amazing volume!!!! From the revealing truth concerning Eren to the courage that Armin showed!!! Mikasa was as perfect as always!!! A must-read!!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Roy

    Enjoyed this alot. Some decent amounts of action, characters are slowly building. My only issue is that the plot slowed little in the middle of the novel.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jewels Emily

    That ending was so not okay.

  17. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Review to come

  18. 4 out of 5

    Layla Ahmed

    It has one little more details than the episode!! excited..!!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    In my review of Volume 1, I wrote that I was scared to continue this series because I was afraid that it wouldn't live up to its massive potential. I'm still early on in the series, but so far, that doesn't seem to be the case. The series remains as invigorating as when I picked it up over a year ago, and it's by far the best manga series I've ever read. Reading this manga is an immersive experience - it's actually quite astounding to me how long Isayama can maintain a dark mood without it feeli In my review of Volume 1, I wrote that I was scared to continue this series because I was afraid that it wouldn't live up to its massive potential. I'm still early on in the series, but so far, that doesn't seem to be the case. The series remains as invigorating as when I picked it up over a year ago, and it's by far the best manga series I've ever read. Reading this manga is an immersive experience - it's actually quite astounding to me how long Isayama can maintain a dark mood without it feeling tired, forced, or exaggerated. Maybe if I were reading the series all at once, it would get overwhleming, but reading it slowly, the mood is distinctive. Even when I have a little trouble remembering what happened in the previous volume, the mood brings me back to it. This is backed up by a very well-written story. Isayama writes mysteries that are genuinely mysterious, without feeling cheap. Each new development, each new clue towards the eventual answer, is riveting. And even though the novel takes place over a very short period of time (it's hard to say for sure, but probably only a few hours), Isayama manages to work in character development into nearly every scene. There are no scenes that only advance the plot, or only advance character development - the two are seamlessly melded. It's some of the most well-planned, expertly-written writing I've ever seen in manga. The only stick in the mud is the artwork, which is starting to improve, but still doesn't quite do the story justice. Otherwise, I have trouble finding any reason not to call this series perfect. Isayama is clearly an incredibly passionate writer, dedicated to the possibilities of what manga has to offer. I'm looking forward to where he takes this series next.

  20. 5 out of 5

    gabi

    WHOA. THE INTENSITY. THEY BETTER FIGURE OUT SOMETHING QUICKLY!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Yon Nyan (BiblioNyan)

    This was an extremely intense volume. At times it was very gut-wrenching and my heart would not stop pounding. The action is absolutely phenomenal and I'm so utterly in love with it! It was impossible to put down once I had started it. There are a few things that I truly enjoyed about this volume. The first, and probably the most important, was the character development. A couple of characters grow in this chapter due to all of the insanity that they are surrounded in and one of the c This was an extremely intense volume. At times it was very gut-wrenching and my heart would not stop pounding. The action is absolutely phenomenal and I'm so utterly in love with it! It was impossible to put down once I had started it. There are a few things that I truly enjoyed about this volume. The first, and probably the most important, was the character development. A couple of characters grow in this chapter due to all of the insanity that they are surrounded in and one of the characters included Aramin. The boy, as frightened as he is, finds something inside him come alive as he grows a pair, and it was quite brilliant experiencing it. A few other characters are faced with the very brutal and harsh reality of their situation, which has some serious affects as well. Another aspect that I really liked about this volume was how it illustrated humanity in a time of such great crisis. The myriad different perspectives that can come out of a situation as crazy as this, are illustrated quite wondrously. I kept getting conflicted emotions depending on the person that was being focused on and it was a great feeling to get. The writing is just so fantastic that it has me wholly addicted. My least fav aspect of the volume was the flashbacks. This time they were less fluid and made the volume feel slightly choppy at times. That is my only very minor irritation with Volume 3.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Anesha †Curious & Obsessive Bookworm†

    And the plot thickens even more~~!! I love the dedication Mikasa has for Eren... I just love her and she's a badass!! *.* I hate how the humans were so quickly away with the elimination when he was the one who literally saved them!! smh. Silly silly silly... Now I need to get to vol. 4 but sleep is a cruel thing !! ugh

  23. 4 out of 5

    Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    Getting more interesting as the story goes along. Even though you're wondering about the titans, you still can't stop reading. And those titan designs. Creepy. The covers look cool.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lynnette

    AWESOME JUST AWESOMEEEE

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kayla

    I liked this volume, although it was a bit weird compared to the other volumes. Not a lot got resolved as far as the plot goes. Hopefully more will happen in volume four.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tracey

    Okay, this one just made me irritated. Now all of a sudden, Eren can't control the titan and is stuck in limbo or some shit. I don't appreciate unnecessary drama. You have enough to deal with.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ahmet

    it is either my speaking or translation has a problem. idk which one. I like the story. hope it gets more exciting. 200 pages of a book is so short. They should put more chapters in a volume...

  28. 4 out of 5

    Maťa

    Levi <3

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dario

    Three volumes in, I don't really know how to feel about this series. The story is original, but I'm having troubles with the drawings and the character developments, the latter which I found far too cliché. The anime looks a lot better in my opinion.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Saphirablue

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Wow. Eren is able to transform into a Titan?!?! Wow. I'm curious how that will go for him in the grand scheme of things. Also, I love that Mikasa is still protecting Eren and that Armin is trying to save him in his own way. <3

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