SIU’s ‘Tower of God,’ sometimes referred to as ‘Kami no Tou,’ is a dark fantasy adventure anime. It’s based on a South Korean manhwa internet series.
Takashi Sano directed the series, which was produced by Joseph Chou and written by Erika Yoshida.
The anime aired from April to June 2020. The first season has 13 episodes, and we plan the second season to have 13 episodes as well.
Since its release, the anime’s action scenes and characters have garnered a positive response from the public, earning it a 7.7 out of 10 rating on IMDb. That is why ‘Tower Of God is currently one of the most eagerly awaited sequels. Fans have been waiting for news on the anime’s continuation for over a year, and they are still hoping to see more of it.
Here’s all we know about Season 2 of ‘Tower of God’ thus far.
When Will The’ Tower of God’ Season 2 Release?
Season 1 of ‘Tower of God’ concluded in August 2020. Crunchyroll has yet to announce the release date for season 2 or even confirm whether the show will return for a second season.
Crunchyroll, on the other hand, hasn’t canceled the show. Season 2 may potentially come in the future. If Crunchyroll is working on the second season of ‘Tower of God,’ we can expect it to be released on 22, August 2022. However, for the time being, this is only speculation.
Who Will Star in Season 2 of ‘Tower of God’?
Here’s who you can expect to see in Season 2 of “Tower Of God.”
- Matthew Rak Wraithraiser, played by David Rudd.
- Bam, played by Johnny Yong Bosch.
- Khun Aguero Agnes, played by Chris Hackney.
- Anaak Jahad, played by Cherami Leigh.
- Rachel is portrayed by Valerie Rose Lohman.
- Trent Mills in the role of Lero Ro.
- Shibisu is portrayed by Scott Whyte.
- Hochu Otsuka plays the role of Headon.
- Evan Edroch, played by Kazuyuki Okitsu
- Takuya Eguchi in the role of Shibisu
- Hatz is played by Toshinari Fukamachi.
- Endorsi Jahad (Jeannie Tirado)
- Serena (Christina Valenzuela)
- Yuri Jahad (Kira Buckland)
- Evan Edroch (Kyle McCarley) is a character played by Kyle McCarley.
Tower of God Plot
Twenty-Fifth Bam, the protagonist of the Tower of God, is a little child. Yes, a boy with an unusual name. Bam means ‘Night’ in Korean, but the name has a spiritual connotation for a Messiah. The plot is about this Bam guy, and his life revolves around a Tower behind which he lived and his best mate, Rachael.
Bam was decimated when Rachael entered the Tower. Now, Bam is willing to go to any length to see Rachael again, even if it means dying in the process. The rest of the story revolves around his trek within the tower, during which he meets a number of pals who assist him in his objective.
The new season will introduce two new primary characters, Jue Viole Grace and Ja Wangnan, as well as reveal what happened to Bam, Khun, Rak Wraithraiser, and everyone’s favorite bad girl, Rachael.
How Many Episodes Will There Be in Season 2?
Another key concern about the Tower of God anime is the number of episodes it will have. The anime’s first season consisted of 13 episodes that aired from April 1, 2020, to June 24, 2020.
There isn’t even enough source material left to generate six more seasons of Tower of God. According to our estimates, the second season will include 12 to 15 episodes, and if the first season was a hit, the studio will order further seasons.
The Public’s Reaction
One of the most obvious reasons for Tower of God’s appeal is its action, which includes a relatively advanced fighting system and accompanying intense confrontations. Its graphic style and status as a webtoon also emphasize the stylization of these battles. The arrival of the show on screens has piqued the interest of fans.
In popular culture, the Korean Wave is still alive and well. The wave aided in the decision to bring the animated version of the series to the screen. Korean media became popular in Japan before it became popular in the United States.
Tower of God and Snowpiercer, a 2013 South Korean film directed by the same director, have strikingly similar plots. Snowpiercer, directed by the now-Oscar-winning Bong Joon-ho, featured an impoverished gang traversing a system to retaliate against the wealthy and reunite with family members. In comparison to some anime’s seemingly unchanging protagonists, the series’ time jumps and opportunity to watch the characters grow are refreshing.
Where to Watch Tower of God?
Crunchyroll (US) and VRV are the finest places to view God in English dubs or subtitles. With an ad-supported free subscription on Crunchyroll, you may watch the anime for free.
Tower of God is also available on HBO Max and Amazon Prime Video (US). Both of these services are for a fee.
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