For the first season, Tower of God, an original anime from Crunchyroll, achieved an average user rating of 4.74/5 out of 5 on the site. It tells the story of a boy named Bam, who is voiced by Johnny Yong Bosch in the English dub and Taichi Ichikawa in the Japanese dub. He is climbing a magical tower to try to find Rachel, who is left to climb the tower herself.
Bam, Rachel, and everyone other who climbs the tower will have to face unimaginable challenges and make gruesome sacrifices in order to reach the summit of the tower. There are many fans of both the anime and the South Korean manhwa (comic) based on Tower of God, produced by SIU (the pen name of Lee Jong-hui).
Of course, everyone is eagerly awaiting the announcement of the premiere date for Season 2. So if you’re curious about the show’s future, keep reading, but be warned: Season 1 spoilers await!
Season 1 of Tower of God Is Over
Until he met Rachel, Bam has no recollection of his life prior to her. Bam, on the other hand, instantly tries to follow Rachel up the tower, ignoring her pleas. After failing to find Rachel on the lower floors of the tower, he makes new acquaintances.
This alliance includes Kuhn (voiced by Chris Hackney in English and Japanese and Nobuhiko Okamoto in Japanese), a cunning and devious blue-haired child, Rak (voiced by Matthew David Rudd for the English dub and Kenta Miyake in Japanese), an alligator-like creature, and several other intriguing characters. It is agreed that they will form an alliance and attempt to scale the titular tower.
When Bam eventually locates Rachel among the other test-takers, things begin to improve. In spite of Rachel’s pleading, Bam is steadfast in his commitment to her. A stab wound during a test leaves Rachel unable to move, so Bam offers to carry her to the top of the tower. She accepts.
Taking Rachel, who is wheelchair-bound, with Bam and his comrades will be the most difficult challenge of their lives. After the test, it was discovered that the group had been divided by the ploy, allowing the tower to dispose of anyone they deemed a threat. Just when triumph is finally within reach, Rachel jumps up from her wheelchair and pushes Bam to his presumed death.
The season finishes with Bam’s heartbroken friends, blind to Rachel’s betrayal, agreeing to accompany her to the top of the tower since that was what Bam would have wanted. The image to the right shows Bam preparing to take on the tower by himself.
Is There Going to Be a Second Season of Tower of God?
Let us tell you that no official confirmation from either the studio or Crunchyroll has been made regarding the second season of this show. That so, it’s best to be cautiously optimistic rather than overly enthusiastic.
There is a good chance that a second season will be possible based on the quality of the original material and how popular it is. Manhwa about the Tower of God has been going on for almost a decade. Season 1 comprises just 13 episodes, so there’s no shortage of stuff.
Coming to the popularity, Season 1 garnered mixed reviews, But for spectators, Tower of God was one of the top anime shows of 2020. Fans have been calling for additional episodes ever since the first season ended airing because the feedback was so positive.
In addition, the first season of anime and the manhwa webtoon produced a substantial profit, allowing the creators of Tower of God to move through with a second season. A one-season anime is out of the question.
Cast for Tower of God Season 2:
The cast of Tower of God Season 2 has been announced, and you can see them all right here.
- Rak Wraithraiser is played by Matthew David Rudd(Instagram).
- Bam is played by actor Johnny Yong Bosch.
- Aguero Agnes, portrayed by Chris Hackney
- In the role of Anaak Jahad, Cherami Lee
- In the role of Rachel, Valerie Rose Lohman portrays
- When Trent Mills plays Lero Ro
- Played by Scott Whyte
- As Headon, Hochu Otsuka plays
- Evan Edroch is played by Kazuyuki Okitsu(Twitter).
- Eguchi Takuya takes on the role of Shibisu
- Hatz is played by Toshinari Fukamachi.
- Jahad, Endorsed by Jeannie Tirado
- Actress Christina Valenzuela portrays Serena in this film adaptation.
- Yuri Jahad is played by Kira Buckland.
- Playing Evan Edroch is Kyle McCarley.
- In the role of Headon, Christopher Swindle
- Hansung Yu, played by Lucien Dodge(Twitter),
- Kenjiro Tsuda in the role of Lero-Ro.
- Khun Hachuling, played by Koki Uchiyama
- In the role of Rachel, Saori Hayami
- In this case, Mariko Honda is playing Rachel.
- Yoru is portrayed by Taichi Ichikawa(Instagram).
- Rak Wraithraiser, a Kenta Miyake performance
- Khun Aguero Agnes is portrayed by Nobuhiko Okamoto in the anime.
- Anaak Jahad is played by Akira Sekine.
- Rie Suegara as the Endorsi Jahad
The Tower of God Storyline
A young kid named Twenty-Fifth Bam plays a major role in the story of The Tower of God. It’s true, a young man with this unusual moniker. Even though the name carries a spiritual meaning in Korea, Bam means “Night” in English. When it comes to the story, centers around the character Bam, who lives in a tower with his best friend, Rachael, in the rear.
The Tower of Bam was damaged by Rachael’s arrival, nevertheless. This time, Bam has no intention of letting anything stand in the way of seeing Rachael again, even if it means risking his life. Following his trek through the tower, the rest of the story follows his encounters with various allies who aid him in his objective.
How Does May One learn More About What Happens Next in the Tower of God?
In the event that you’ve finished Season 1 and are eager to see what Bam and his friends (and adversaries) are up to next, there’s good news: the manhwa is currently being translated and is continuously running.
Even though Bam’s saga hasn’t come to a conclusion, the Tower of God manga still has two more seasons to go beyond what has been translated for the anime. Season 3 of the manga is already at Episode 113, so there’s plenty of material to keep you busy for a bit.
Season 2 of the Tower of God Will Be Released on the Following Date:
This year’s release date is April 1, 2020, for Tower of God Season 1.
Tower of God Season 2 has yet to be announced for a release date. It is expected to be made official soon.
As far as we can tell, Tower of God’s second season won’t be released until sometime in early or mid-2022. We’ll update this post as soon as we learn more about the upcoming release date for the second season of the television series Tower of God.
Let’s take a look at the second season of Tower of God’s trailer.