This article is about the manga. For other uses of this name, see Lost Girls (Disambiguation).
Attack on Titan: Lost Girls (進撃の巨人 ＬＯＳＴ ＧＩＲＬＳ Shingeki no Kyojin: Lost Girls?) is a spin-off manga based on the novel of the same name. The manga is written and illustrated by Ryōsuke Fuji, and tells an original story focused on Mikasa Ackerman and Annie Leonhart.
The manga began serialization on August 9, 2015 on Bessatsu Shonen Magazine. In March 22, 2016, Kodansha Comics announced that they had licensed the series. It was released on April 8th, 2016 in Japan and was later released on August 30th, 2016 in the United States.
In the first of the three stories, "Wall Sheena, Goodbye," Annie Leonhart spends the day before the Survey Corps' 57th expedition searching for a lost girl, Carly Stratmann, in the city of Stohess District. In her search, she uncovers a criminal scheme in the city, and runs into several obstacles affecting both her current task and her upcoming mission for her hometown.
In the second of the three stories, "Lost in the Cruel World," Mikasa Ackerman imagines a world where the Titans never invaded the Walls and her parents are not killed by her kidnappers. This Mikasa of an alternate world meets a young boy, Eren Yeager, and learns of his desire to see the outside world.
In the third of the three stories, "Lost Girls," Mikasa and Annie share a moment during their training discussing their reasons for joining the military.
Chapters and Volumes
- Main article: List of Attack on Titan: Lost Girls chapters