There is no doubt that Attack on Titan is arguably one of the greatest animes of all time, with 139 chapters filled with action, despair, betrayal, and a nerve-wracking plot twist. The story written by Hajime Isayama is one of the most popular manga series of all time and is vastly popular overseas.
It is often termed the best anime series of all time, and the story has millions of adherents worldwide who love the story beyond compression. Although some fans’ love for the series knows no boundaries, a loyal fan of the story recently named his son Eren Yeager, and fans love it.
A fan from America names his own child Eren Yeager from Attack On Titan
Attack on Titan is a series that gets better every time you rewatch it. The series truly depicts the brilliance of Hajime Isayama, who crafted such a compelling story.
Erens back at it again, trying to be the Protagonist 🙄
— Sir~James~Nsane‼️ (@SirJamesNsane) December 8, 2023
The series began in 2009 and ended in 2021, gaining millions of fans. Although the series might have ended, the love continues to grow.
Recently, the anime aired its last and final episode, and fans cannot believe their beloved anime will never return.
An Attack on Titan fan names his baby “Eren Yeager” 😭 pic.twitter.com/2qfN0O2KX6
— Attack on Titan (@AoTJewels) December 7, 2023
Amidst all this sadness, a moment of lighthearted fun arose in the community when a fan named his son Eren Yeager.
The kid sought freedom from his moms belly 😂😂😂😂😂
— Ackerman 🇵🇸 (@Ieviiii_) December 7, 2023
It came as a surprise to a lot of fans who could not believe this while others were expressing their opinions through X, previously known as Twitter.
This baby going to have to free himself from the name bonilla
— dabiyooo (@dabiyooo) December 8, 2023
There have been numerous instances of fans naming their children after their beloved characters, which is no exception to the community.
Attack on Titan ending and its meaning
The series concluded in the manga with chapter 139.5 in 2021, which showed that the cycle of violence will never stop.
The conclusion of the series split the fandom into two sides: some believed the ending destroyed everything, while others believed this was the most realistic ending possible.
Although many fans failed to gasp at the end of the series, the message from the get-go was clear: the cycle of violence will continue no matter what.
At the beginning of the series, many viewers believed that the final antagonists would be none other than the Titans, but they were proved wrong.
Even though Eren wiped out 80% of the population, the cycle never stopped, and a few centuries later, paradise was destroyed.
As Commander Pixis said, humans will continue to fight one another until there is a single person left, which is what the ending portrays. The message was crystal clear from the story: titans were never the problems; it was always humans.