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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 based on the manga of the same name and a spin-off of the original manga by Hajime Isayama. The series follows short stories featuring the original characters in chibi form, attending the "Titan Junior High School" (巨人中学校 Kyojin Chūgakkō?); a parody of the Walls.

It is produced by Production I.G, directed by Ibata Yoshihide, written by Gotou Midori and edited by Hamauzu Taeko. Arai Kazuhiro is the art director, with character designs by Yahiro Yuuko and photography direction by Takahashi Tetsuya. Mima Masafumi is in charge of the sound direction, while Tachibana Asami composes the show is music.[1] The series premiered on October 4 on Mainichi Broadcasting System and later on Tokyo Metropolitan Television, RKK, Nippon BS Broadcasting, and SBS. Funimation will stream the series on its site and has also licensed the series in North America.[2] In the United Kingdom, it is licensed by Anime Limited.[3] A rebroadcast of the series was aired during January 2016.[4]

The anime opening song is "Youth is Like Fireworks" by Linked Horizon, and the ending theme is "Ground's Counterattack" by Yūki Kaji, Yui Ishikawa and Kishō Taniyama.


On his first day of junior high, Eren Jaeger comes face-to-face with a Titan—and has his lunch stolen! From that day on, he holds a grudge against Titans for taking his favorite food from him, a cheeseburger, vowing to eliminate their kind once and for all. Along with his two childhood friends Mikasa Ackermann and Armin Arlelt, the trio traverse the halls of Titan Junior High, encountering familiar faces and participating in various extracurricular activities such as being a part of the Wall Cleanup Club, led by Rico Brzenska.

A parody of the immensely popular parent series, Attack on Titan: Junior High places beloved characters as junior high school students, fighting to protect their lunches from gluttonous Titans. The spin-off incorporates gags while using Attack on Titan's story and notable scenes as its basis.


Main article: List of Attack on Titan: Junior High episodes

Voice Cast

Japanese Voice Cast

English Voice Cast