Tokyo University dropout Rikao Yanagita, head of the Sci-Fi/Fantasy Science Research Institute and author of dozens of bestselling books on the science of sci-fi, manga, and anime, tackles the mysteries of Attack on Titan! Why do Titans come from the south? Is the maneuvering gear dangerous? How were the walls built? The unexpectedly scientific answers to these questions will blow your human minds! Read it alongside the Attack on Titan manga for even more fun surprises!
The megahit Attack on Titan anime finally returns, streaming on April 1!
About the Author
Rikao Yanagita dropped out of his science studies at Tokyo University to become a full-time cram school teacher. In 1991, he started a private cram school, only to find he had no managerial talent whatsoever. On the edge of bankruptcy, in 1995 Yanagita wrote "The Fantasy Science Reader," which applied scientific-sounding explanations to famous science fiction and fantasy characters and situations. It became a national bestseller. In the 20 years since Yanagita has made the Reader into a popular series, full of ridiculous illustrations and even more ridiculous theories.