“Whatever you would like , it’s here.” That’s a bold promise from a free webcomic. However, the tantalizing words that describe “Tower of God” on its official website aren’t just empty promises. round the world, Korean author S.I.U. There are many secrets to unravel. Therefore, it’s no wonder why Crunchyroll adapted the first 2020 comic together of its own Crunchyroll originals and thus became so popular.
However, despite its success as a comic book and an anime, it’s been quite a year since fans acknowledged the anime’s sequel. Crunchyroll only showed one season of the series with 13 episodes. Today the fans still demand, apparently without success. Regardless, it’s hard to imagine that such a well-liked anime, with over 10 years of unmodified source material, might be discarded so quickly.
So fans are still looking forward to the series. Here’s what we all know thus far about the possible second season of “Tower of God.”
Official release date!
Unfortunately, Crunchyroll has yet to reveal when Tower of God season two will release. In fact, the studio hasn’t even confirmed if the series will return for a second season. Season 1 of “Tower of God” aired in August 2020, but Crunchyroll barely said a word on the topic. However, things are way from hopeless.
Technically, Crunchyroll didn’t cancel the show, and it wouldn’t be the primary anime to pause for a minimum of a year between seasons. Hopefully, this suggests that the “Tower of God” will return soon at some point. Assuming Crunchyroll is functioning on a second season, fans can expect it to launch in late 2022. However, this is often just speculation.
Fans won’t get a selected release date until Crunchyroll says otherwise. Fortunately, albeit it never happens, fans can always read the first comic to form up for the story.
Popular characters of the show
So far, “Tower of God” has woven a posh web of characters and character relationships that are appropriate to the reputation of the tower. Inside the tower, there are entire worlds to explore, defined by the way the characters interact with one another during their journey. This whole story wouldn’t have happened, for instance, if Rachel (Saori Hayami / Valerie Rose Lohman) hadn’t are available so she could “see the stars” in (via Myanimelist).
Such an act could only be the protagonist of the series. Bam (Taichi Ichikawa / Johnny Yong Bosch) enters the tower and finds the sole girl who showed him kindness. Fortunately, no hero on the mission to save lots of the princess from him is bereft of allies (or enemies). Tower guards like Headon (Houchuu Ootsuka / Christopher Swindle) occupy the latter category. Meanwhile, characters like Yuri (Mariko Honda / Kira Buckland), Khun (Nobuhiko Okamoto), and Rak (Kenta Miyake / Matthew David Rudd) have supported Bam from the start, and can likely still do so if Crunchyroll gets the go-ahead. for the season.
When the primary season of “Tower of God” ended, Bam was pleasantly surprised. After coming all the thanks to finding Rachel and even helping her see the manager, Rachel reveals it at the eleventh hour for her own benefit. Her backstory unfolds and she or he reveals that she used Bam the whole time to scale the tower.
Eventually, she knows that she is going to be forced to kill him, which apparently happened after she pushed him off a cliff. However, Bam remains alive and more determined than ever to climb the tower and seek answers to Rachel’s behavior. It is a whole new chapter when Bam goes in search of his lover. Of course, that does not stop him from facing new enemies, strange challenges, and therefore the increasingly complex world of the tower. Season 2 of the first comic introduced more of those elements over the course of its 337 chapters.