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Attack on Titan: Junior High (進撃!巨人中学校 Shingeki! Kyojin Chūgakkō, lit. Attack! Titan Junior High School) is a 2015 anime series which is a spin-off of the original Attack on Titan manga by Hajime Isayama. This series includes short stories set at the “Titan Junior High School” with the original characters of the manga in cute and comedic chibi form.

Attack on Titan: Junior High was produced by Production I.G, directed by Ibata Yoshihide, written by Gotou Midori and edited by Hamauzu Taeko. Arai Kazuhiro was the art director, Yahiro Yuuko designed the characters and Takahashi Tetsuya worked as photography direction. Mima Masafumi was in charge of the sound direction, and Tachibana Asami composed the music of the show.

The series was first aired on October 4th, 2015 on MBS, Tokyo MX, BS11, RKK and SBS. This anime adaptation was followed by a live-action segment which had two parts: Shingeki! Treasure Hunt and Sasha Tries?? By Herself!!. In the first part, the voice actors for Eren, Mikasa, Armin and Bertholt appears, and in the second one, the voice actress for Sasha appear with a mascot called Titan-kun.

Attack on Titan Junior High anime was licensed in North America by Funimation, and it was simulcast on their website. In the United Kingdom, it was distributed by Anime Limited.


Linked Horizon performed the series’ opening theme, "Youth is Like Fireworks" (青春は花火のように, "Seishun wa Hanabi no Yō ni"). For the ending theme, the voice actors for Eren, Mikasa and Jean performed "Ground's Counterattack" (反撃の大地, "Hangeki no Daichi"). All cast members from the original Attack on Titan anime took their roles again for Attack on Titan Junior High.


The story is about Eren Jaeger and Mikasa Ackermann entering Titan Junior High, which is a school where humans and Titans study together and coexist. Due to a “traumatic” event in the past, where the Colossal Titan ate Eren’s lunch back in middle school, Eren hates the Titans. Because of this, he struggles to make friends at school.

A parody of the popular Attack on Titan anime series, Attack on Titan Junior High places its well-known characters as junior high school students. They have to fight to protect their lunches from the gluttonous Titans. This spin-off includes gags, and uses Attack on Titan’s original story and some of its memorable scenes as its basis in addition to casting the original show’s familiar characters in a more adorable and cute way, instead of the older and more cynical version of them. The series is a much lighter and funnier version than the original one. There are no extremely cruel, violent and horrific scenes, as in the original anime, and the series is purely focused on gags and comedy.

Attack on Titan: Junior High List of Episodes

  • Episode 1 - Starting School! Titan Junior High School (Aired October 4, 2015)
  • Episode 2 - Chasing! Titan Junior High School (Aired October 11, 2015)
  • Episode 3 - Dodgeball! Titan Junior High School Aired (October 18, 2015)
  • Episode 4 - Cleanup! Titan Junior High (Aired October 25, 2015)
  • Episode 5 - Studying Hard! Titan Junior High School (Aired November 1, 2015)
  • Episode 6 - Love Letter! Titan Junior High School (Aired November 8, 2015)
  • Episode 7 - Showdown! Titan Junior High School (Aired November 15, 2015)
  • Episode 8 - Spine-chiller! Titan Junior High School (Aired November 22, 2015)
  • Episode 9 - Sweet Summer! Titan Junior High School (Aired November 29, 2015)
  • Episode 10 - Recommendation! Titan Junior High School (Aired December 6, 2015)
  • Episode 11 - Clear and Sunny! Titan Junior High School (Aired December 13, 2015)
  • Episode 12 - Attack! Titan Junior High School (Aired December 20, 2015)

Voice Cast

The Japanese voice cast of the Attack on Titan anime series also participated in Attack on Titan Junior High, playing the same roles that they were doing in the original show.

Japanese Voice Cast

  • Yuki Kaji as Eren Jaeger
  • Marina Inoue as Armin Arlelt, and also the narrator’s voice
  • Yui Ishikawa as Mikasa Ackermann
  • Keiji Fujiwara as Hannes
  • Yoshino Takamori as Carla Jaeger
  • Shiori Mikami as Krista Lenz
  • Saki Fujita as Ymir
  • Yu Kobayashi as Sasha Blouse
  • Kisho Taniyama as Jean Kirstein
  • Hiro Shimono as Connie Springer
  • Tsuguo Mogami as Keith Sadies
  • Chika Anzai as Mina Carolina
  • Shigeyuki Susaki as Thomas Wagner
  • Ryota Osaka as Marco Bodt
  • Yu Shimamura as Annie Leonhart
  • Kenta Okuma as Franz Kefka
  • Megumi Sato as Hanna Diament
  • Tomohisa Hashizume as Bertholdt Hoover
  • Yoshimasa Hosoya as Reiner Braun
  • Hideaki Tezuka as Dhalis Zachary
  • Anri Katsu as Nile Dawk
  • Daisuke Ono as Erwin Smith
  • Hiroshi Kamiya as Levi
  • Romi Park as Hange Zoë
  • Kenta Miyake as Miche Zacharius
  • Shinji Kawada as Oruo Bozad
  • Natsuki Aikawa as Petra Rall
  • Susumu Chiba as Eld Gin
  • Kozo Mito as Gunther Schultz
  • Rintaro Nishi as Moblit
  • Michiko Kaiden as Rico Brzenska
  • Tomokazu Sugita as Marlo Freudenberg
  • Akane Watanabe as Hitch Dreyse
  • Sachi Kokuryu as Ilse Langnar
  • Kenta Okuma as Sawney
  • Yuya Murakami as Ian Dietrich
  • Yoko Hikasa as Frieda
  • Koichi Sakaguchi as Dieter Ness
  • Yuichi Karasuma as Boris Feulner
  • Tomoyuki Shimura as Kitz Woermann
  • Daichi Endo as Dimo Reeves


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