Eren’s voice acting in ‘Attack on Titan’ was inspired by puppies and chips

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Voice of Attack on the giants The Jaeger brothers took to the main hall at Anime NYC today for a panel discussion about the show’s final season. Bryce Papenbrook, voice of Jaeger, joined Jason Liebrecht, voice of Zeke, joining Matt Acevedo to discuss their characters and the show.

Papenbrook, who also voices Sword Art Online’s protagonist Kirito, shared how he tried to capture Eren’s anger while documenting the series with a funny and hilarious story about his dogs.

I constantly think about the traffic in Los Angeles… And one more thing, I have two dogs. Unfortunately, one of them passed away recently. She is the inspiration for a lot of the rage on the show. They are Maltese poodles. Small white fluffy balls. The name here is Mini. And I still have a smaller dog, her name is Micro. And I’ve got a bag of these chips, I’m really looking forward to eating. And those dogs. The puppies! They ate my fries! ”

That’s right, a poodle named Mini sent Eren’s voice actor into a rage so he could re-record the early seasons of the show.

Liebrecht shared her dog woes. They are not related Attack the giant, quite lovely.

“I had a labradoodle that would do it with full breasts. Literally we had to put a lock on the fridge. He did it with a Dr. Pepper two liters. Literally we got home and it was punctured and empty – and no puddles anywhere? ”

If you’ve been wondering what Papenbrook’s fries taste like, you’re not alone. “Great farm,” he said.

Crunchyroll announced today that they will be streaming Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 on January 9, 2022. The epilogue will also stream on Funimation and Hulu, but there’s no word on the dub’s release date yet.



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