If you are not watching AOT: The Final Season, what are you even doing with your life? Hurry up to fix it fast!
For those who do though – we can all agree that Attack on Titan: The Final Season is a smash.
AOT is proud to have fans all around the world thanks to its captivating story & relatable and real characters.
Now for those who use My Anime List, this might be no surprise, although maybe you are not checking the top-rated anime as often as I do. For the others who don’t use MaL, it’s one of the most popular anime social cataloging application websites where you can organize and score anime & manga.
Why is this a big deal? Well, look how many users actually use MaL.
So let me clarify further.
AOT: The Final Season had been placed on #8 in the top anime list on MAL for the past weeks but episode 5 changed everything.
In no time, AOT is actually about to claim first place and become the best-rated anime of all time. In doing so, it would replace Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, an anime that has been claiming this place for close to a decade.
AOT: The Final Season’s rating is currently 9.14.
FMA Brotherhood’s current rating is 9.21.
If you haven’t voted yet, you have the chance now (please do not troll with low ratings, though).
So, what actually happened?
Without much spoiling I can only say it was breathtaking and made my body shiver… you would have to watch for yourself. I honestly can’t wait for episode 6.
We are yet to see if AOT: The Final Season can claim the throne on MaL. Considering FMA has so many loyal fans who are a bit obsessed about their show being #1 on MAL, it might be unlikely – they can mobilize through Discord or Twitter.
Also, the trolls are coming to rate AOT: The Final Season with one star or so.
Even with that being said, I would not dare to compare these two anime because they are completely different in my eyes. They are top-notch quality, though.
If you haven’t seen any of them, certainly consider adding them to your must-watch list!
Hi, my name is Mia and I’m the founder of 9 Tailed Kitsune.
I love anime, games, and esports (I am also a bit weird).
My passion for anime sparked when I was about 7 (Phantom Thief Jeanne, hello!) and has never stopped.