Crimson staff writer
As life moves on and the haze of the past grows ever stronger, the memories of third-generation K-pop stick to me like mud on the wall.
Thus, we arrive at the finale of “Attack on Titan,” an 85-minute apotheosis of 10 years of world-building and character work. Though a masterclass in animation and action delivering on many fronts, the finale is severely held back by breakneck pacing, selective character focus, and stylistic choices that one could argue would have been avoided with a more deliberate exploration of the nuances that made the series so compelling in the first place.
Every set within the 15 piece set list in “Horizon” added a unique dimension of cultural expression to the concert’s greater themes of cultural identity and cross-cultural dialogue.
Even though the original creators’ departure left many worried, the trailer makes the show look every part as incredible as fans could have imagined it to be.
Audience members at the concert also found the integration of artistic performances with civic engagement to be very meaningful and unique.