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AOT S4E19 : Goth Mikasa & Nerd Armin Explained Are They Real?

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The Multiverse is a concept about which we know a startlingly small amount. Or something along those lines. This is a quotation from Marvel’s most current Spider-Man film, and it was spoken by Doctor Strange. Of fact, Attack on Titan is not a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and has nothing to do with Marvel, but the topic of this article hints that there may be an Attack on Titan universe somewhere out there. How? We’ll test whether there’s an Attack on Titan multiverse if we explain who Goth Mikasa and Nerd Armin are.

In the Attack on School Castes, Goth Mikasa and Nerd Armin are two alternate forms of Mikasa Ackerman and Armin Arlert. This is actually a series of spoof previews for Hajime Isayama’s Attack on Titan manga, which he wrote and illustrated. These two individuals aren’t in the canon storyline, but they do suggest that there’s more to the Attack on Titan universe.

We’ll tell you everything we know about Goth Mikasa and Nerd Armin in the next section of this post. We’ll tell you everything we know about them and their appearances in the Attack on Titan multiverse now that you know who they are and that they exist. This article contains everything you need to know about Goth Mikasa and Nerd Armin.

Is Goth Mikasa real?


Goth Mikasa may or may not be real, depending on your perspective. Mikasa Ackerman, who appears in the Attack on School Castes series, is unmistakably an alternate version of this character. Attack on School Castes is actually a series of spoof previews for Hajime Isayama’s original Attack on Titan manga, which he wrote and drew. From volume 21 to volume 34, the series was released in each of the main manga’s volumes. The plot of this series follows Eren Yeager and his friends as they go through the trials and tribulations of high school life.

Goth Mikasa & Nerd Armin in Attack on Titan Season 4 Explained

Mikasa is portrayed as a Goth girl in the series and is known as Goth Mikasa (or Gothkasa). She is a huge fan favourite and one of the series’ most well-liked characters. Is she, in fact, real? She lives, and she has a tale to tell, thus she is unquestionably genuine. However, the series was never considered part of the Attack on Titan canon, and even Isayama admitted that the previews were phoney. So, in a way, she isn’t real either.

Does this imply that there is a multiverse for Attack on Titan? That’s a possibility, but it’s more of a fan theory than anything else. The following is a list of Goth Mikasa’s appearances in stories:

A Few Words… Can Change Everything.

Eren meets Jean Kirstein at school, who bullies Armin Arlert. Eren defies Jean and earns the respect of Armin and Mikasa Ackerman.

Candid Camera

Mr. Smith and Dr. Zo visit Eren, Armin, and Mikasa to inquire about Levi, but they flee in terror after seeing Levi’s cleaning products on them. Eren is later bullied by Levi and made to assist the janitor in cleaning.

A Little Something Called a Ouija Board!

Eren is persuaded by Mikasa and Armin to use a Ouija board with them. The board begins to move, much to everyone’s surprise, and Marco acknowledges that he was the perpetrator. Eren implies that Marco was the one who moved the board a second time when it moves. Armin and Mikasa are enraged that he would make such a snide remark about a deceased student.

End Roll

Eren, Armin, and Mikasa watch a film and discuss their thoughts on it. Eren enjoyed the film and hopes to see a sequel starring Armin and Mikasa, if one exists. Armin explains that the Titans existed 100 years ago and that he is eager to discover the movie’s untold secrets.

Does Goth Mikasa appear only in the manga?


Goth Mikasa was a manga-exclusive character until recently, i.e. until Episode 19 of Season 4 of Attack on Titan, but as we’ve discussed, even there, she wasn’t a canon character and was part of Isayama’s faux previews for the original manga. However, while Eren remained on the edge of life and death in the aforementioned episode, he got a flash of memories from his own existence and that of his Titan forefathers. The faces of two favourite alternative characters, Goth Mikasa and Nerd Armin, appeared in a collage of those recollections rushing through the ether.

This does not imply that the two of them have become part of the main anime canon, but the producers have acknowledged the fake previews and have incorporated silhouettes of these two characters in the anime as a gesture of fan service. As far as we know, this has had no further consequences.

Is Nerd Armin real?


Nerd Armin is both real and not real, depending on how you look at it. In any event, the character is a reincarnation of Armin Arlert from the Attack on School Castes series. As we previously stated, this book is a collection of bogus previews for the original Attack on Titan manga, all of which were written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama. The tale of this series is told in each volume of the main manga, from volume 21 to volume 34, and follows Eren Yeager and his pals as average high school students.

Goth Mikasa & Nerd Armin in Attack on Titan Season 4 Explained

Armin is portrayed as a dorky high school student in the series and is known as Nerd Armin. He is a huge fan favourite and one of the series’ most popular characters. Is he, in fact, real? In that sense, he is genuine since he exists and has a story to tell. However, the series was never considered part of the Attack on Titan canon, and even Isayama has stated that the previews are phoney. So, in a way, it’s also not genuine.

This could indicate the presence of an Attack on Titan multiverse, however this is just speculative. We’ll now go over the stories in which Nerd Armin has appeared (apart from the ones we’ve already mentioned):

Bullying Isn’t Cool

Eren gets tormented at school and has no idea what’s going on until Armin discloses him there are suspicions that he did something to Historia. Historia is ashamed by her clique’s treatment of Eren, but she refuses to admit that she made up the rumour. When he tries to confront her, she responds by attacking him.

Don’t Believe Armin’s Twisted Words!

The video showing Historia and her friends abusing Eren goes viral, leading to their exclusion from school. On Armin’s advice, Eren confronts Historia in front of the entire school and apologises for starting the fight in order to rescue her from being ridiculed. Armin begins to plot ways to blackmail her for the favour she now owes Eren as he walks away.

Does Nerd Armin appear only in the manga?

Nerd Armin was a manga-exclusive character until recently, i.e. until Episode 19 of Season 4 of Attack on Titan, but as we’ve discussed, he wasn’t exactly a canon character and was part of Isayama’s faux previews for the original manga. However, while Eren drifted on the edge of life and death in the aforementioned episode, he had a vivid flashback to his own life and that of his Titan forefathers. The faces of two favourite alternate characters, Nerd Armin and Goth Mikasa, appeared in a montage of those memories remaining in the ether.

This does not imply that the two of them have become part of the main anime canon, but the producers have acknowledged the fake previews and have incorporated silhouettes of these two characters in the anime as a gesture of fan service. As far as we know, this has had no further consequences.

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