Season 2

AOT Season 2 Subbed & Dubbed List-

Attack On Titan Season 2 Episode 1 Dubbed
Attack On Titan Season 2 Episode 2 Dubbed
Attack On Titan Season 2 Episode 3 Dubbed
Attack On Titan Season 2 Episode 4 Dubbed
Attack On Titan Season 2 Episode 5 Dubbed
Attack On Titan Season 2 Episode 6 Dubbed
Attack On Titan Season 2 Episode 7 Dubbed
Attack On Titan Season 2 Episode 8 Dubbed
Attack On Titan Season 2 Episode 9 Dubbed
Attack On Titan Season 2 Episode 10 Dubbed
Attack On Titan Season 2 Episode 11 Dubbed
Attack On Titan Season 2 Episode 12 Dubbed

Episode Guide

  • Beast Titan
  • I’m Home
  • Southwestward
  • Soldier
  • Historia
  • Warrior
  • Close Combat
  • The Hunters
  • Opening
  • Children
  • Charge
  • Scream
The second season of Attack on Titan opens with the episode Beast Titan, whose plot is full of surprises and primarily centred on the Eren Titan Formation. This season, which follows season 1, which debuted on Crunchyroll, ups the ante by adding more action and a more rapid-fire plot. With 12 episodes so far, this season has its ups and downs, but the plot has advanced and we are learning more about characters like Historia and Beast Titan. The second season of AOT picks up where the first one left off, with female titans engaged in combat.

We learn more about the Armoured Titan and Colossal Titan’s history as the episode goes on, as well as other important details like how they managed to get past the wall’s defenses. Since the beginning of the season, mankind has been engaged in the most difficult war with the titans. The episodes that provide the backstory are unpredictable as additional characters become involved. The plot becomes more calming and well-paced as a result. Attack On Titan seems to have developed as a program, and its steely focus on a single, overarching storyline rather than several smaller ones within a single season feels like a better fit for an action-packed season.

There are some good episodes later on that concentrate almost entirely on epic battles between the behemoths. The remaining characters from last year all return, including the main protagonist Eren (Bryce Papenbrook). This time around, the titans and action are given more importance. The fights themselves are surprisingly nicely planned, in addition to the CGI effects and some stylish artwork. As you watch this season, it becomes clear that the writers were driven to create a show that would build on the strong foundation from season 1 and provide some serious fan service to those who had watched the show up to that point.