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あの日も雨が降っていた──。ミカサの魂は、穏やかで温かな森の暮らしへと立ち戻る。そして、少女の世界を変えた少年とのあり得たはずの出会いへと……。九歳のエレンとミカサ、強い絆で結ばれる二人の幻想の物語。「あるいは君だけが、エレンをその大きな力から守ってあげられるのかもしれない。」LOST GIRLS──もう一人の少女。その名は、ミカサ・アッカーマン。


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あの日も雨が降っていた──。ミカサの魂は、穏やかで温かな森の暮らしへと立ち戻る。そして、少女の世界を変えた少年とのあり得たはずの出会いへと……。九歳のエレンとミカサ、強い絆で結ばれる二人の幻想の物語。「あるいは君だけが、エレンをその大きな力から守ってあげられるのかもしれない。」LOST GIRLS──もう一人の少女。その名は、ミカサ・アッカーマン。

30 review for 進撃の巨人 LOST GIRLS 2 [Shingeki no Kyojin: Lost Girls 2]

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sara Saif

    This was disorienting and weird. And if it wasn't all in a dream, it would have made me angry. This was disorienting and weird. And if it wasn't all in a dream, it would have made me angry.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kelly⁷

    First thing firsts, MIKASA ACKERMAN IS THE LOVE OF MY LIFE I WILL SACRIFICE ANYTHING IF THAT'S WHAT SHE NEEDS. (Very Eren of me) I have already watched the OVA but it's really different from the manga, first I have a theory. The man she encounters at the festival is in fact Eren or symbolizes Eren. Mikasa has to kill him in order to see him again (the full circle story "see you later, Eren") and as he says, his life is just doing that trick over and over again. Which to me, just nails this theory First thing firsts, MIKASA ACKERMAN IS THE LOVE OF MY LIFE I WILL SACRIFICE ANYTHING IF THAT'S WHAT SHE NEEDS. (Very Eren of me) I have already watched the OVA but it's really different from the manga, first I have a theory. The man she encounters at the festival is in fact Eren or symbolizes Eren. Mikasa has to kill him in order to see him again (the full circle story "see you later, Eren") and as he says, his life is just doing that trick over and over again. Which to me, just nails this theory. Second thing, MIKASA AND ANNIE COULD HAVE BEEN THE BEST OF FRIEND AND THEY KNOW IT, WE KNOW IT, ISAYAMA, LET ME HAVE IT! They literally are the best.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Subham

    This book was quite good, it details how Mikasa and Eren became friend when Dr Yaeger came to check on her pregnant mother every 10 days, their encounter and talk about life, them playing, bonding, witnessing some weird incidents and then them having to move to Shingashina and her and Eren getting into some weird fights, him trying to leave in a place with Armin and her encounter with a hypnotist who wanted to make her into a murderer and then her eventual fate and waking up the first time she s This book was quite good, it details how Mikasa and Eren became friend when Dr Yaeger came to check on her pregnant mother every 10 days, their encounter and talk about life, them playing, bonding, witnessing some weird incidents and then them having to move to Shingashina and her and Eren getting into some weird fights, him trying to leave in a place with Armin and her encounter with a hypnotist who wanted to make her into a murderer and then her eventual fate and waking up the first time she saw Eren as a titan and another one-off story focusing on her meeting with Annie. Its such a great book and like shows how complex Mikasa is and how she became that and her love for Eren is just next level, if the world turns against him, she will turn against the world for her beloved, just epic!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jaime

    I'm sad to hear that this is the last volume in the series, especially considering that this series only has two volumes total. I wanted highlights of all the Attack on Titan ladies. Where's Sasha and Hange? Or Christa and Ymir? It would have been great. But I definitely enjoyed this volume more than Annie's. It had more importance to it, showing why Mikasa cares for Eren so much. Why she's so worried. I was so confused about the part where "Eren" died though? Both at the beginning (before the fl I'm sad to hear that this is the last volume in the series, especially considering that this series only has two volumes total. I wanted highlights of all the Attack on Titan ladies. Where's Sasha and Hange? Or Christa and Ymir? It would have been great. But I definitely enjoyed this volume more than Annie's. It had more importance to it, showing why Mikasa cares for Eren so much. Why she's so worried. I was so confused about the part where "Eren" died though? Both at the beginning (before the flashbacks start) and after Armin and him crashed the airplane. He isn't dead? (I think the volume is supposed to "take place" when Eren first turns into a titan, before they realize he didn't get eaten. But the airplane thing is never resolved. Also, this is the first time they've discussed airplanes in the series ever... so ?? I had no clue they knew what those were?) The last chapter was the most interesting, though, when Miksas talks to Annie. It's almost like Mikasa suspects something, but she doesn't know what yet. It was interesting, and I kind of wish there were more volumes coming to play off of that moment. Mikasa is a wonderful character, so it was interesting to see her as a little girl, especially since she was timid and weak. I like that she's become such a strong character.

  5. 4 out of 5

    S

    Shingeki no Kyojin meets Life is Strange. 🦋 We are shown a look at what life could have been for Mikasa, had the traumatic experiences of her childhood never happened. Yes, as a huge Mikasa fan and absolute trash for Eremika, I cried. I’m glad I waited until after I’d caught up with the manga before reading this volume, because there is so much foreshadowing and clues here about the final arc and post-timeskip development of Mikasa and Eren to sink your teeth into. There is a short chapter with Mi Shingeki no Kyojin meets Life is Strange. 🦋 We are shown a look at what life could have been for Mikasa, had the traumatic experiences of her childhood never happened. Yes, as a huge Mikasa fan and absolute trash for Eremika, I cried. I’m glad I waited until after I’d caught up with the manga before reading this volume, because there is so much foreshadowing and clues here about the final arc and post-timeskip development of Mikasa and Eren to sink your teeth into. There is a short chapter with Mikasa and Annie at the end of the volume that ties the Lost Girls manga into the main story and it absolutely broke my heart. It’s nice to see how much these two fierce, lonely, somewhat tragic characters have changed over the course of the entire manga.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Michael Sorbello

    Contains spoilers for Attack on Titan! Lost Girls is a set of two side stories that take place during two crucial moments during the first major story arc of the main series. It doesn't go too far in the overall story, but it will spoil two big reveals for people that haven't read or watched the series at all yet. The first story revolves around Annie Lionheart, who (spoiler: is the female titan that killed many of Eren's comrades and tried to capture him) and is grieving because of her failure to Contains spoilers for Attack on Titan! Lost Girls is a set of two side stories that take place during two crucial moments during the first major story arc of the main series. It doesn't go too far in the overall story, but it will spoil two big reveals for people that haven't read or watched the series at all yet. The first story revolves around Annie Lionheart, who (spoiler: is the female titan that killed many of Eren's comrades and tried to capture him) and is grieving because of her failure to fulfill the duty given to her by her father to bring Eren back to her hometown alive. It takes place right before her assault on the city of Trost when she's hiding out in the military police lounge after her first attempt to capture Eren ended in failure. We get to see her mental and emotional state in a new light. She was treated as nothing more than a tool for war her entire life and she has a great deal of trauma weighing down on her. With a guilty conscience and a heavy heart, Annie decides to play the role of an obedient soldier for the sake of easing herself from the guilt of killing hundreds of innocent people and knowing she will soon have to kill many more in her next attempt to capture Eren. She takes on odd jobs around the city such as stopping an illegal drug trafficking gang, finding a lost girl, solving a murder mystery and minor favors for her acquaintances in the military police. It's a rather laid back side story, but it really drives home the fact that Annie is the victim of a vicious war built on years of prejudice and she's dealing with a major identity crisis. It's a reminder that there are no heroes in Attack on Titan. Everyone is a victim of circumstance and the oppressed can become the oppressors at any moment. It humanizes a character that has done some very controversial things and definitely made me care about her and her personal struggles a lot more. The second story revolves around Mikasa and takes place much earlier in the story after (spoiler: Eren is eaten by a titan and Mikasa almost gets herself killed after pushing her odm gear beyond its limits during a fit of grief and falls unconscious after hitting her head on concrete) and it's told through a dream sequence. The dream sequence cleverly combines Mikasa's real memories with a new what-if scenario that explores what could've happened if Dr. Yeager arrived to her home in time before a group of sex slave traffickers broke into her house and killed her father and pregnant mother. In this scenario, we see her and Eren more like siblings, her baby brother that never had the chance to be born and we also got to explore the bloomings of Eren's early philosophy that would end up turning him into what he is in the final arc. It makes you rethink Mikasa's feeling toward Eren and it also reveals that the signs of who Eren would later become were already right in front of us, we just didn't know it yet. I'm glad I waited so long to read this because even though this takes place fairly early in the main story, there's a lot of foreshadowing and clues sprinkled throughout it that you would only pick up on if you've read into the final arc of the main series. A lot of shocking, terrible and depressing things happen to Eren, Mikasa and Annie during the final arc of the main series and there's good use of tragic foreshadowing in both side stories that are much more impactful to me now then if I had read this a few years ago. As I said in my review of the main series, Attack on Titan has some incredible levels of re-readability. *** My Social Media My YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPPs... My Instagram Account: https://www.instagram.com/michael_sor... My Wattpad Account: https://www.wattpad.com/user/Michael-... My Twitter Account: https://twitter.com/SorbelloHorror My Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/michael.sorb...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jayna Wheeler

    I really loved the Annie book in this series and was so excited for this one but it confused me and made me angry up until the end. I was hoping for more of a backstory or real life story for Mikasa that showed the reader more of who she is but instead this book gave us a dream sequence that wasn’t even clearly explained. It was too close to the actual canon events of her life that new readers could completely believe it and it wasn’t even dreamy enough to make it trippy and interesting. The onl I really loved the Annie book in this series and was so excited for this one but it confused me and made me angry up until the end. I was hoping for more of a backstory or real life story for Mikasa that showed the reader more of who she is but instead this book gave us a dream sequence that wasn’t even clearly explained. It was too close to the actual canon events of her life that new readers could completely believe it and it wasn’t even dreamy enough to make it trippy and interesting. The only thing that explained that the events of this book were just a dream was her thinking if it was a dream at the end and that Eren had died in a plane accident. Once you get past that though, it was still an enjoyable read. Could have been so much better and did make me mad but overall, was good.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Soaring Leaves

    This was not as interesting as Annie's story, Annie's story told me more about her personality, and it was a nice mystery plot where I could see how she reacted. Mikasa's story kind of felt a bit like a cop out, there's some stuff about her life, sure, but Eren being included detracts away from her story and character, it made it feel more hollow. The story being presented as a what if dream mixed with past elements did not really lend itself to reading. I guess I learnt that Mikasa liked embroi This was not as interesting as Annie's story, Annie's story told me more about her personality, and it was a nice mystery plot where I could see how she reacted. Mikasa's story kind of felt a bit like a cop out, there's some stuff about her life, sure, but Eren being included detracts away from her story and character, it made it feel more hollow. The story being presented as a what if dream mixed with past elements did not really lend itself to reading. I guess I learnt that Mikasa liked embroidery and her general life before Eren foists his goals on her. Again, I thought it'd have been better if there was a Mikasa focused story rather than blending it, she ends up seeming like Eren's shadow.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Evelyn

    A second volume of Lost Girls focusing on Mikasa. After reading Annie's volume, this one was kind of a let down. The details of the story were mish-mashed with the original series and even reading it, it felt really weird. Essentially, go to the point where Trost infested with titans and Armin tells Mikasa that Eren is dead, then Mikasa runs out of gas and crashes. Her life basically flashes before her eyes but it's a mixture of memory and a dream so some of the stuff is real and some isn't. Hone A second volume of Lost Girls focusing on Mikasa. After reading Annie's volume, this one was kind of a let down. The details of the story were mish-mashed with the original series and even reading it, it felt really weird. Essentially, go to the point where Trost infested with titans and Armin tells Mikasa that Eren is dead, then Mikasa runs out of gas and crashes. Her life basically flashes before her eyes but it's a mixture of memory and a dream so some of the stuff is real and some isn't. Honestly it would've been better if it had all been true so that we could see more of Mikasa's life before her parents were murdered. This spinoff has 2 volumes.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Mikasa's back story. Do not read if you haven't read through the female titan arc, unless you want spoilers. This was very endearing and gave depth to Mikasa's already lovable character. Because it gives an inside look at her "back story," it helps the reader to understand Mikasa more, what drives her, etc. Plot spoiler for this episode only. This is an alternate back story. Think alternate reality. It was confusing not to understand this until the end because it differed so much from what had b Mikasa's back story. Do not read if you haven't read through the female titan arc, unless you want spoilers. This was very endearing and gave depth to Mikasa's already lovable character. Because it gives an inside look at her "back story," it helps the reader to understand Mikasa more, what drives her, etc. Plot spoiler for this episode only. This is an alternate back story. Think alternate reality. It was confusing not to understand this until the end because it differed so much from what had been revealed so far in the manga series.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Gaby

    I liked this one less than #1. For starters, it had a lot of Eren featured. Eren dialogue. I know how he he's such a vital and integral part of what made Mikasa, well what made her her. And that could have been done more condensed or cut to different parts of her in the series after doing a quick backstory. Also, if her mom *supposedly* gave birth to a boy, where was he when the parents were killed and why wasn't he mentioned in the main story? That pissed me off and just seemed like a plot poin I liked this one less than #1. For starters, it had a lot of Eren featured. Eren dialogue. I know how he he's such a vital and integral part of what made Mikasa, well what made her her. And that could have been done more condensed or cut to different parts of her in the series after doing a quick backstory. Also, if her mom *supposedly* gave birth to a boy, where was he when the parents were killed and why wasn't he mentioned in the main story? That pissed me off and just seemed like a plot point.

  12. 4 out of 5

    graceful

    I’m hovering between 1.5 and 2 stars, since the book was enjoyable until something happened at the end. Like there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the book: the writing is fine, the art is great, and the concept is interesting, especially with this being the second book in a short series about girls of aot. However, there’s a trope I absolutely loathe that happens 3/4 of the way through the book that made me feel like my time had been wasted. This is just a preference thing though and I just pe I’m hovering between 1.5 and 2 stars, since the book was enjoyable until something happened at the end. Like there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the book: the writing is fine, the art is great, and the concept is interesting, especially with this being the second book in a short series about girls of aot. However, there’s a trope I absolutely loathe that happens 3/4 of the way through the book that made me feel like my time had been wasted. This is just a preference thing though and I just personally hate it. So this book might work for you.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Hayden

    A very strange but interesting volume. The first one continued as if it could have happened in the original series this one more of a dream of what could have been for Mikasa. It was really interesting to see that innocent side she had before the awakening she had. The last chapter was really interesting, an interaction between Annie and Mikasa, although I still would love to have seen the supposed fight between the two.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Well I am definitely not going to get this spinoff series. I realized that the plot of attack on titan is much better than the characters. They are simple plot devices. There's not any real development. They're not really memorable. Don't read this spinoff. Eren is insufferable. Mikasa is just. Ugh. Read before the fall instead. Well I am definitely not going to get this spinoff series. I realized that the plot of attack on titan is much better than the characters. They are simple plot devices. There's not any real development. They're not really memorable. Don't read this spinoff. Eren is insufferable. Mikasa is just. Ugh. Read before the fall instead.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joseph Young

    Not really a fan of this retcon, as though it deepens the Mikasa/Eren subplot somewhat, I feel it also lessens some of the other motivations in her transformation, particularly the hypnotist part. The plane felt like a cheap throw away too. Too many disposable elements. Also, I did not like the encounter between Mikasa and Annie. It was too out of character for each.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Pamela

    I love Misaka, she is probably my favorite character in the AOT universe. I was so excited to pick this up but it was not the best thing out of the attack on titan universe. The first book from this series was fantastic, but I found this volume disappointing. It’s a nice backstory, but wasn’t valuable to the character’s story. Would’ve loved to see more in this series though!

  17. 5 out of 5

    brenda mendiola

    Mikasa Fan I really enjoyed this story. I saw the anime, but decided to read it just in case there were parts I missed. I was right, there were a lot of unanswered questions I had and reading this made everything in the anime make sense. I love Mikasa and Eren’s relationship so much. I understand it’s not a romance, but even through all the tragedy the love they have for each other is there. I just want Mikasa to be near Eren because that’s all she asks for. Also, there’s a lot of foreshadowing, Mikasa Fan I really enjoyed this story. I saw the anime, but decided to read it just in case there were parts I missed. I was right, there were a lot of unanswered questions I had and reading this made everything in the anime make sense. I love Mikasa and Eren’s relationship so much. I understand it’s not a romance, but even through all the tragedy the love they have for each other is there. I just want Mikasa to be near Eren because that’s all she asks for. Also, there’s a lot of foreshadowing, like a lot of it. I can’t wait to come back to this when the manga finishes in April. Buy it!

  18. 4 out of 5

    j ✵

    such a cute story on what would have happened if mikasa had met eren the way they were supposed to. i loved the ending in how it connects to part one (annie's story), both annie and mikasa had such an interesting dynamic and mikasa could see through the façade that she put on. such a cute story on what would have happened if mikasa had met eren the way they were supposed to. i loved the ending in how it connects to part one (annie's story), both annie and mikasa had such an interesting dynamic and mikasa could see through the façade that she put on.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    3.5 stars

  20. 5 out of 5

    Yuiko

    Basically just a retelling of how Mikasa meet Eren nothing much

  21. 4 out of 5

    Paula Bee

    “That I was able to meet you… Irreplaceable treasure… " “That I was able to meet you… Irreplaceable treasure… "

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ren

    3.5 stars, the story isn't as interesting as the first one, but the artwork is very nice. 3.5 stars, the story isn't as interesting as the first one, but the artwork is very nice.

  23. 5 out of 5

    E. G.

    --Attack on Titan: Lost Girls, Volume 2 Afterword, by Ryosuke Fuji Afterword, by Hiroshi Seko

  24. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I liked this better than Volume 1 for sure. It was like AoT meets The Butterfly Effect. It was definitely a little weird though.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Madam Razz

    Part 3 had me weeping 🤧

  26. 5 out of 5

    # # sky ‧₊˚✩彡.

    i love mikasa

  27. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Was interesting to have an insight to what might had happen if Miskasa parent were still alive. However I dont think it was as good as annie story in lost girls part 1 ,

  28. 4 out of 5

    Paige

    3.5 stars

  29. 4 out of 5

    Deepshikha

    Still confused what the hell just happened...

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sherlai

    mikasa, love of my life. this one's trippier than the previous installment, me likes. mikasa, love of my life. this one's trippier than the previous installment, me likes.

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