Attack On Titan exhibition comes to Singapore's ArtScience Museum

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Attack On Titan: The Exhibition will run from 19 February to 3 July 2022 at ArtScience Museum in Singapore. (Images: ArtScience Museum)
Attack On Titan: The Exhibition will run from 19 February to 3 July 2022 at ArtScience Museum in Singapore. (Images: ArtScience Museum)

Attack On Titan, the best-selling manga series by Hajime Isayama which was turned into an anime series, has become one of the most popular manga franchises since the series began in 2009.

Now, fans in Singapore can step into the fantasy world of the Titans in an exhibition at ArtScience Museum.

Attack On Titan: The Exhibition will run from 19 February to 3 July 2022.

The exhibition will provide an immersive environment, interactive displays, and behind-the-scenes content relating to Attack On Titan.

Attack On Titan: The Exhibition at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore, which will run from 19 Feb – 3 July 2022. (Photo: ArtScience Museum)
The exhibition features early concept drawings and storyboards by Hajime Isayama. (Photo: ArtScience Museum)

Exclusive displays

The showcase includes over 180 artworks by Attack On Titan's creator Hajime Isayama ranging from the manga's earliest days to the present.

There will also be new pieces that have not been displayed anywhere else in the world, alongside drafts and sketches from Isayama's archives.

Through Isayama’s drawings, the exhibition will showcase the evolution of his art. The artworks include early concept drawings and storyboards with dialogue handwritten by Isayama.

Incidentally, The Final Season Part 2 of the Attack On Titan anime series is being released on Netflix beginning this month.

Attack On Titan: The Exhibition at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore, which will run from 19 Feb – 3 July 2022. (Photo: ArtScience Museum)
The exhibition features panels from the manga. (Photo: ArtScience Museum)

Southeast Asian premiere in Singapore

The first iteration of Attack On Titan: The Exhibition in Japan attracted over 450,000 visitors during its presentation across the country in 2014 and 2015.

The latest showcase in Singapore will mark the premiere of the exhibition in Southeast Asia.

Guests are encouraged to pre-purchase their tickets online prior to their visit, due to limits in venue capacity and timed entry to the exhibition. Each guest is limited to five tickets per purchase.

Note that tickets are available only from 20 January. You can purchase tickets here.

Take a sneak peek at the exhibition:

Highlights of exhibition

In Attack On Titan, a faction of humanity lives on an island called Paradis, surrounded by huge walls that protect them from humanoid man-eating giants called Titans. Another faction of humans live beyond this island.

Visitors entering the exhibition will have the option of picking a route and starting their journey as someone born inside or outside the walls.

The diverging paths will feature different aspects of the battle depending on the opposing factions – the Devils residing on Paradis Island and the Warriors bent on destroying the walls – before they converge in an inevitable collision.

Attack On Titan: The Exhibition at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore, which will run from 19 Feb – 3 July 2022. (Photo: ArtScience Museum)
Visitors can choose a path to begin their journey as either an Eldian or Marleyan. (Photo: ArtScience Museum)

Visitors can learn more about iconic characters like Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Levi, Reiner, and Erwin.

Attack On Titan: The Exhibition at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore, which will run from 19 Feb – 3 July 2022. (Photo: ArtScience Museum)
3D titans falling from the sky. (Photo: ArtScience Museum)

In the Great Titan Theatre, visitors will be able to witness an epic battle between the Attack Titan and Armoured Titan on a 10-metre screen.

Attack On Titan: The Exhibition at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore, which will run from 19 Feb – 3 July 2022. (Photo: ArtScience Museum)
The Great Titan Theatre. (Photo: ArtScience Museum)

Fans will be able to buy exclusive merchandise that can only be found at the exhibition store and pose with their favourite characters and Titans at a photo booth.

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