Falco Grice from “Attack On Titan“Was inspired by none other than Jesse Pinkman from” Breaking Bad. ” Shingeki no Kyojin ”is a manga created by Hajime Isayama that has proven to be incredibly popular since it debuted in 2009.
The broad strokes of the story see humanity retreating behind walls to ward off the giant meat-eating monsters nicknamed “Titans”. Fans of the manga and its subsequent anime adaptation will know that there is much more to the plot than that.
“Attack On Titan” It has also spawned video games, toys, and even two live-action movies on Japan, which were launched in 2015. A new live-action version in English is also in the works, featuring Andy Muschietti from “The Flash” currently as director.
The anime is expected to end its run with the season 4 part 2, and the first half of this final season will end at the beginning of 2021. The second half is expected to air in the winter of 2022.
JESSE PINKMAN, THE TRUE INSPIRATION BEHIND FALCO
The season 4 from “Attack On Titan” introduced the manga character Falco Grice, a candidate of Eldian Warrior with the government of Marley. Falco has a brother named Colt, and when the season begins, Falco is in line to inherit the power of Armored Titan.
Despite being somewhat tame during battle, Falco he’s also brave when he has to be and kind, even to the soldiers on the other side. He is a complicated character in both the manga and anime and in a blog post, Hajime Isayama revealed that he was inspired by Jesse (Aaron Paul) de Breaking Bad.
Superficially, there is not much to link “Breaking Bad” Y “Attack On Titan” together, although the connections of Falco Y Jesse they are there for those who dig a little deeper. As “Breaking Bad” advanced, Jesse he became increasingly cynical and hardened.
Jesse really deep down he still carried the brunt of his various traumas and always tried to do the right thing. Falco it’s the same thing, with his darker perspective on war at odds with his being, deep down, a compassionate character. Mentors also abuse their trusting nature, with Walter White often deceiving or manipulating Jesse, while Eren Yeager does the same with Falco for their own purposes.
Jesse went through a lot of tests on the show, though it finally got a happy ending with “The way”, A movie of “Breaking Bad”, so hopefully things will work out for Falco Grice when the season 4 from “Attack On Titan” come to an end.