1. It Wasn’t Drawn/Written by The Same Author
Did you know it’s not drawn or written by the original author of Attack on Titan, instead drawn by Saki Nakagawa. This works well considering its a parody and the last person you’d want parodying your work is you. As such, it contains a lot of references and jokes to other things.
2. Have a Laugh.. It’s a Comedy!
When you think about spin-offs, usually they add an interesting take or side to characters we are already familiar with. Such as the Levi OVAs which show us another side of him and his backstory in more detail. Then there is the Lost Girls OVAs which focus on Mikasa and Annie. And then, there is God’s own will being shown in an anime. I speak of none other than the Opus Dei of spin-offs: Chibis. Attack on Titan: Junior High is a comedic spin-off of Attack on Titan revealing what life would’ve been where everyone wasn’t dying left and right. It’s a hilarious short series with skits and a heavy focus on, of course, comedy rather than a severe and coherent storyline. If that is your thing, then this is for you.
3. Characters Are Way Different From The Original Anime
Some things that it makes fun of is character traits in the original works, as it takes them on the next level. For example, Mikasa is super cool and excellent in this spin-off, but if Eren isn’t in the range of 5 meters, she gets super depressed and can’t do anything. And the fact that Armin always goes around covered in a blanket. It’s adorable, and if you’re not going to watch it, at least read it!