Attack on Titan Chapter 137 magazine cover is finally out and it reveals some sort of manga spoilers. While the magazine cover images and actual manga storyline are hardly related, it gives some sort of theme for the chapter.
It also means that the Attack on Titan 137 chapter is printed and ready to be published, which means that the spoilers could arrive any second.
Fans are already refreshing their tabs for AOT 137 spoilers but there are only a few fake leaks released so far. Here are updates on the Attack on Titan Chapter 137 magazine cover, spoilers, leaks and other manga details.
Attack on Titan Chapter 137 Magazine Cover Spoilers and Leaks
Attack on Titan Chapter 137 Bessatsu Shonen Magazine cover for the March issue which contains the manga chapter 137 is out on the internet. The manga issue will release officially on February 9 and the magazine will come out in March, as the digital and physical manga versions are released a month apart.
Bessatsu Shonen Magazine cover for the March issue
Containing Chapter 137 of Attack on Titan
Official release February 9th pic.twitter.com/gLAaxfMlWn
— Attack on Titan Wiki (@AoTWiki) February 2, 2021
Attack on Titan 137 magazine cover contains a lot of other manga pictures where the AOT characters are crammed up in the top right corner. While the translations are yet not clear and the photos are very small, we can Eren’s Attack Titan looking at something. Armin, Mikasa, Falco, Gabi, and Bert are sitting on his shoulders and looking at something with shocking expressions on their face.
Attack on Titan chapter 137 might not even include Eren’s Attack Titan as he is currently holding the powers of Found Titan. Hence, there are hardly any chances that we can take the magazine cover as a base for the manga spoilers. The only thing confirmed so far is that the Attack on Titan 137 chapter is ready and published, which means spoilers should be out soon.
Attack on Titan Chapter 137 Release Date: Tuesday, February 9th
Attack on Titan Chapter 137 Read Online Platforms:
- Kodansha Comics