Attack on Titan: Lost Girls

An in-depth look at the heroines of Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan: Lost Girls

created by Hajime Isayama

story by Hiroshi Seko

art by Ayumu Kotake

Light Novel
Paperback, 224 pages, 5.5 x 7.5 inches
978-1-942993-35-3 Buy.

“Reading this, you will really get how Mr. Seko was a factor in making the Titan anime such a marvel.” —Hajime Isayama, author of Attack on Titan

LOST GIRLS tells of the times and spaces in between the plot points, through the eyes and ears of the saga’s toughest—but more taciturn— heroines. What they thought, and felt, and did on and off stage come to the fore via a medium distinctly suited to conveying interiority: language.

The two novella-length offerings were originally included as bonus features in the initial Japanese Blu-ray releases, while the introduction and the titular story are unique to the book. A manga rendering of this official spinoff is slated to appear stateside from Kodansha Comics.

The writer of many of the episodes of the smash hit animated series Attack on Titan, Hiroshi Seko has served as the scenarist for the small-screen adaptations of other popular franchises such as Seraph of the End and Ajin: Demi-Human.

“I doubt anyone else would call Mikasa or Annie—two of the main female characters from the glorious manga series Attack on Titan—superheroes, but to me, they SO are. [Lost Girls] shows us a lot more about… Mikasa, who is the undisputed superhero/badass/best character of the series; and Annie, mysterious, superbadass, and…well…I don’t want to spoil it.” —Kirkus Reviews