UPDATE 11/13/2014 2:46 PM PT: CBR has learned that Marvel’s Gerardo Sandoval is the artist illustrating the “Attack On Titan” crossover. Spanish comics website Nerdcast states that Sandoval confirmed via Facebook that he was the artist on the crossover project. Sandoval is also stating on Facebook that he will have an “Attack On Titan” print available at Festo Comic November 15 and 16.
Attack on Titans vs Marvel… YES– pic.twitter.com/wkx3CXeljI
– Gerardo Sandoval (@Ger_Sandoval) November 5, 2014
Additionally, Marvel’s C.B. Cebulski has stated via Twitter that the crossover story will be available in both Japanese and English when it releases in Japan on November 15.
re: Attack on Titan/Marvel story in @BRUTUS_mag: 1.) it is plotted by Hajime Isayama himself & 2.) it will run in Japanese & English there.
– C.B. Cebulski (@CBCebulski) November 13, 2014
Original story, published 11/13/2014, 11:38 AM PT:
The Marvel Comics/”Attack on Titan” crossover is ready to strike in Japan, and Brutus Magazine has posted a very brief glimpse of what the story will look like, sharing a panel of Spider-Man hitting the Female Titan as Hawkeye, Black Widow and Captain America look on.
Other new details about the story were also posted by the magazine’s website in Japanese. The translation is a bit rough, but indicates that the story will be in full color and is drawn by an unnamed Marvel artist based on a plot by “Titan” creator Hajime Isayama. The “What If?”-style comic sees the Avengers fighting the 46-foot tall Female Titan on their home turf of New York City.
The Marvel/”Attack On Titan” issue of “Brutus” hits stores November 15 in Japan. Marvel Comics has not yet indicated when or if the story would be translated for English speaking audiences.