Attack on Titan fans in Japan voted for their favourite character.

Japanese broadcasting company, NHK organized a special television program on Monday for the popular series, Attack On Titan. During the live broadcast, the staff members of the series shared the winners of the Attack On Titan character poll selected especially by the Japanese fans.

The leading voice acting cast of Attack On Titan which includes Yuki Kaji (as Eren Yeager), Yui Ishikawa (as Mikasa Ackerman), Marina Inoue (as Armin Arlert) appeared on the NHK TV to answer the fan-favorite questions from the fandom. In the same program, they released the character poll results of Attack On Titan as well.

The winners of the Attack On Titan character poll results are:

  1. Levi Ackerman
  2. Eren Yeager
  3. Mikasa Ackerman
  4. Armin Arlert
  5. Sasha Blouse
  6. Reiner Braun
  7. Historia Reiss
  8. Jean Kirstein
  9. Hange Zoe
  10. Annie Leonhart

Apparently, former leader of the Survey Corps Erwin Smith didn’t make it to the list however, his subordinate Levi Ackerman made it to the top spot. Sasha Blouse also outshined all the big guns of the series by ranking above Reiner, Hange & Annie. Apart from it, the cast also shared the poll results of favorite opening & ending theme songs of Attack On Titan.

The best opening & ending theme songs of Attack On Titan according to Japanese fans are:

  1. Guren no Yumiya
  2. Shinzou wo Sasageyo!
  3. My War
  4. Akuma no Ko
  5. Jiyuu no Tsubasa
  6. This Beautiful Cruel World
  7. Shock
  8. Shoukei to Shikabane no Michi
  9. Great Escape
  10. Yuugure no Tori

The rankings were decided after the votes from people from all over the country. The fans also picked their favorite scene from the series as well which was performed live by the cast of Attack On Titan! Yuki Kaji & others shared their opinions on the series and also discussed about the production of Attack On Titan as the show is moving towards its end.

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