“You’ll find anything you’re looking for right here.” Web comic creators have a tendency to overpromise and underdeliver. However, “Tower of God official “‘s Web Toon page’s intriguing phrases aren’t an empty promise. The Korean author S.I.U. has created a vast world, and there are many mysteries to unravel.
To understand why it became so popular as a Crunchyroll Originals show in 2020, you have to understand the original comic. Despite its success as both a comic and an anime, however, it has been almost a year since fans have heard anything regarding the anime’s continuation. Crunchyroll only ever hosted a single, 13-episode season of the series.
Today, fans are still demanding for more, seemingly to no effect. Regardless, it’s hard to conceive that such a popular anime, with over 10 years of source material still left to adapt, could be given up on so swiftly. Thus, supporters still hold out hope for the series. Here is all we know so far about the probable second season of “Tower of God.”
Tower Of God Season 2 Release Date-
Tower of God Season 2’s premiere date has not yet been announced by Crunchyroll. However, the studio hasn’t stated whether or not the show will be renewed for a second season. The first season of “Tower of God” aired in August 2020, but Crunchyroll hasn’t said a word about it.
Despite this, there is still some optimism. The programme hasn’t been cancelled by Crunchyroll, and it isn’t the first anime to take a year-long break between seasons. It is to be hoped that “Tower of God” will return in the near future. If Crunchyroll is indeed working on a second season, it might be released as early as the end of 2022. It’s all supposition at this point. Before Crunchyroll confirms a release date, fans will only have a general idea of when they may expect the show. At least fans have the option of reading the original comic to catch up if this never happens.
Tower Of God Season 2 Cast-
According to the Tower of God’s renown, the characters and relationships in this storey have been woven together in a complex web. During their journey, individuals interact with each other, and these interactions shape the worlds they explore inside of the Tower. For example, none of this would have happened if Rachel (Saori Hayami/Valerie Rose Lohman) hadn’t entered there in the first place (via Myanimelist) Bam (Taichi Ichikawa/Johnny Yong Bosch), the series’ protagonist, may end up entering the Tower in search of the only girl who ever showed him kindness.
Fortunately, no hero on a mission to save his princess is ever without a team (or enemies for that matter). Headon (Houchuu Ootsuka/Christopher Swindle) is an example of a tower guardian who falls into the latter group. Aside from Mariko Honda and Kira Buckland, characters like Khun (Nobuhiko Okamoto) and Rak (Kenta Miyake and Matthew David Rudd) have stood by Bam since the beginning, and it’s likely they will continue to do so if Crunchyroll ever approves Season 2.
Tower Of God Season 2 Plot-
Bam had a pleasant surprise at the conclusion of “Tower of God’s” first season. For all his efforts, Rachel betrays him at the last minute, even after he helped her with the administrator’s test. During the course of the novel, it is revealed that she had been relying on Bam to help her climb the Tower. After she threw him off a cliff, she realised that she would eventually have to murder him.
Even though Rachel has been killed, Bam has not given up hope of finding out why she has been behaving the way she has. A fresh chapter begins as Bam sets off on a new journey to discover the woman of his dreams. Of course, it won’t stop the Tower’s ever-expanding cast of characters from coming up with fresh ways to stop him. In Season 2, all of these characteristics were further developed over the course of 337 chapters in the original comic book.