“Whatever you want is right here.” Coming from a free webcomic, that's a big promise. The tempting words characterising “Tower of God” on its official Web Toon page, on the other hand, aren't just words. There are numerous secrets to be discovered in the enormous world imagined by Korean author S.I.U. Our protagonist is Bam, a young kid who starts out on a quest to scale a towering tower in order to locate his companion Rachel, who has vanished into its enigmatic heights.
It's no surprise, then, that Crunchyroll adapted the original comic as one of its own Crunchyroll Originals in 2020, and that it has since become extremely successful.
Despite its success as a comic and an anime, there has been no word on whether the anime will be continued after Season 1 ends. The anime was only shown on Crunchyroll for a single 13-episode season.
Fans are still clamouring for more, but it appears that they will not get it. Regardless, it's difficult to believe that such a famous anime could be abandoned so fast, especially with over ten years of source material yet to adapt. As a result, supporters still have optimism for the series. But will there ever be a Season 2 of “Tower of God”?
There haven't been many words regarding a Tower of God Season 2 Crunchyroll:
Crunchyroll has not yet confirmed when “Tower of God” Season 2 will premiere. In reality, the studio has yet to say whether or not the show will be renewed for a second season. Season 1 of “Tower of God” ended in August 2020, but Crunchyroll has said almost nothing about it.
The situation, however, is far from bleak. Crunchyroll hasn't officially cancelled the programme, and it wouldn't be the first anime to take a one-year hiatus between seasons. In November 2021, Anime Geek claimed that animator Yoshihiro Takeda appeared to reveal that the second season was already in the works, but the site warned that this had not been formally confirmed.
Hopefully, this signifies that the “Tower of God” will return at some point in the future. The necessity for a Season 2 is even more evident for people who prefer to watch the anime rather than read the webtoon, given the first season ended on a very severe cliffhanger.
Bam (Johnny Yong Bosch) was given a pleasant surprise as Season 1 of “Tower of God” ended. Rachel betrays him at the last minute for her personal gain after travelling all this way to find Rachel (Valerie Rose Lohman) and even assisting her with the administrator's test. Her past is revealed, indicating that she had been using Bam to ascend the Tower the entire while. She knows she'll have to murder him at some point, which appears to have happened after she shoved him off a cliff.
Bam, on the other hand, is still alive and motivated as ever to climb the Tower and find answers for Rachel's actions. Let's hope Crunchyroll is just as committed to bringing “Tower of God” Season 2 to fans.
Release Date for Season 2 of Tower of God:
Season 2 of Tower of God has yet to be officially renewed. As a result, speculating on its release date would be premature. “I can't disclose too much more than that right now,” Crunchyroll director Carter Hahnselle told Anime News Network earlier this year. “But again, we're so thrilled that fans all over the world have been loving the show.”
Season 2 of Tower of God is set to launch in 2023, assuming Crunchyroll approves it and the animation studio begins work on it within the next few months.
Tower of God Plot:
The plot of the Tower of God centres around a little child named Twenty-Fifth Bam. Yes, a young man with an unusual name. Bam means ‘Night' in Korean, but the name has spiritual connotations for a Messiah. So the plot centres on this Bam guy and his life revolves around a Tower where he lived and his best friend, Rachael.
Bam had been decimated when Rachael entered the Tower. Bam is now willing to go to any length to see Rachael again, even if it means dying in the process. The rest of the game revolves around his trek within the tower, during which he meets a number of pals who aid him in his objective.
News About the Author of the Tower of God Manhwa:
Lee Jong Hui, the author of the manhwa S.I.U, was taking a hiatus due to wrist and back issues. The main reason for this is that he did not take any breaks from his work. He has some mental health issues as well. This was a disappointment for the fans. After a long hiatus, S.I.U. – AKA Lee Jong Hui – returned to the series as a writer in November 2020.
Season 2 Will Have How Many Episodes?
Another key topic regarding the Tower of God anime is the number of episodes it will have. The anime's first season consisted of 13 episodes that premiered on April 1, 2020, and lasted through June 24, 2020.
There is enough source material left to generate three seasons of Tower of God, not just two. According to our predictions, the second season will include 12 to 15 episodes, and if it is as successful as the first, the company will move forward with the third season.