In addition to streaming some of the most popular anime programs in the world, Crunchyroll has also created its own original series, such as the critically acclaimed Tower of God.
Originating as a WEBTOON in 2010, Tower of God’s anime adaption announced its much-awaited second season in 2022. Attendees of Anime NYC were given advance notice about Bam’s upcoming adventure.
The impact of South Korean WEBTOONs cannot be minimized, even if manga and light novels were the traditional inspiration for many anime programs. Among the animated masterpieces that owe their creation to this digital comic media are Tower of God, The God of High School, and Noblesse. An additional exceptional WEBTOON, Solo Leveling, will be adapted into anime in the upcoming year.
Fans were given a taste of what was to come when Crunchyroll released a teaser video for Season 2 of Tower of God, revealing that the show would be back in the summer of 2019. Although the specific date of the comeback’s release is unknown at this time, July has been set as a target month. The abundance of content makes it easy to make the jump from WEBTOON to film.
If you haven’t seen the first season of Tower of God yet, you may watch it in its entirety on Crunchyroll. The streaming provider defines the anime original as follows: “Reach the top, and everything will be yours.
You can have everything in this world by climbing to the top of the tower. Become as powerful as a deity if you so want. Rachel, the girl who climbed the tower to glimpse the stars, and Bam, the youngster who relied only on her, both have their origins and their destinies chronicled here.