Source: flickr Illustrator Mashes Up Donald Trump And Attack On Titan In Scary Political Cartoon 2016-03-16 Wed 2016-03-16 Wed The unrelenting phenomenon of bombastic shadow lord Donald Trump seems as if it would fit seamlessly into the desolate and hopeless world of mega-popular anime and manga franchise Attack on Titan (進撃の巨人, Shingeki no Kyojin), so one Japanese illustrator took that twisted affinity and spun it into a pretty funny mashup political cartoon. It comes courtesy of Masaaki Sato, and may have ran in the Chunichi Shinbun in Japan. As David A Hill Jr. tweeted out, the comic is a play on the popular anime's name, reading the same as "Shingeki no Kyojin" phonetically, but essentially translates to "Attack on Liar." This appeared in a Tokyo paper. It's pronounced the same, but instead of "attack on titan" it's "attack on liar". pic.twitter.com/GwAEGD8CXT— David A Hill Jr (@machineiv) 2016年3月15日 The dark texted narration says "He's built a wall in Mexico, and now has come to destroy the wall in Asia." The two leaders (perhaps Abe and Xi) are saying "If he actually becomes president, we're screwed!" and "What are you talking about? The Asian Titans will protect us," perhaps suggesting that Asia has its own giants lurking. Whatever you take away from it, you have to admit that the sight of a giant and naked Trump hurdling a wall is as terrifying as anything in the world of Attack on Titan. By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:@machineiv / flickr/Bago Games (edited by grape) / flickr/Gage Skidmore (edited by grape) / Chunichi Shinbun Tags: Anime / Attack on Titan / Donald Trump / Funny / Japan / Political Cartoon / Politics grape Japan Entertainment Illustrator Mashes Up Donald Trump And Attack On Titan In Scary Political Cartoon Related Article Pikachu Libre Hitting The Stone Cold Stunner Does Steve Austin Proud Japanese Train Conductor Makes Boy’s Day, Twitter Cry With Touching Gesture Tokyo Vocational School Opening Up A Branch Specializing In Akihabara-Otaku Culture Maternity Harassment: Workplaces Where Pregnant Women Are Unwelcome Japan Celebrates Year Of The Rat With Impossibly Cute Capybara Hot Spring Can You Find The English Words Hidden In These Japanese Calligraphy Paintings?