The dynamic animation and quick pace of the story in the anime adaptation of Lee Jong Hui’s (S.I.U. manhwa Tower of God) were a big hit. Yet that was in the year 2020, and it’s been some time since we heard anything about the anime or whether or not Tower of God: Season 2 will continue Baam’s arduous climb to the summit of The Outer Tower.
Fortunately, in early August of 2022, Crunchyroll hosted its 2022 Anime Expo, and the announcements made there were a veritable dream come true for anime fans. Even though other new anime with trailers debuted, like Chainsaw Man and Trigun Stampede, Tower of God was among the lucky few to be renewed for a second season.
A second season of Tower of God is currently in production, so fans who were as devastated as the rest of the audience by the show’s shocking conclusion can rest assured that they won’t have long to wait.
What Is The Release Date For Tower Of God Season 2?
Crunchyroll has confirmed that a second season of Tower of God is in the works, but they have not provided any information about when we can expect it to be released.
Thankfully, the anime’s Twitter page has released a teaser for Season 2 that recaps some of Baam’s journey from Season 1 and adds some new glimpses of what’s to come. We can assume that the second season of Tower of God will also consist of 13 episodes. As the first season did.
While it hasn’t been officially announced yet. It appears that Telecom Animation Film will be in charge of the animation. Once again (at least based on the trailer). While the animation was undeniably a type of quirky we hadn’t seen before. It worked surprisingly well with Tower of God’s low-key pacing and played a huge role in the anime’s acclaim.
Tower Of God Story
Bam doesn’t remember anything from his life before he met Rachel, who raised him and taught him everything he knows. The moment Rachel leaves to scale the tower, Bam begins making hasty plans to follow her up it. Rachel eludes him on the lower floors of the tower, but he makes some new pals in the process.
Eventually, Bam forms an alliance with a number of intriguing figures, including Kuhn. A sly and cunning blue-haired boy (voiced by Chris Hackney in the English dub and Nobuhiko Okamoto in the Japanese original), Rak, a large alligator-like creature (voiced by Matthew David Rudd in the English dub and Kenta Miyake in the original Japanese), and others. They decide to band together in order to scale the tower of the same name.
When Bam spots Rachel among the other test takers, things immediately improve. Rachel has warned Bam to stay away from her, but Bam insists on protecting her. In the midst of one of the tests, Rachel is stabbed and told she will never walk again. In response, Bam offers to take her to the top of the tower, and she accepts.
If Bam and his companions want to bring Rachel, who is in a wheelchair, with them, they must pass the toughest test possible. It turns out that the test was a ruse to divide the group and eliminate any potential threats to the tower. During the crucial final stages of the battle, Rachel gets out of her wheelchair and presumably kills Bam by pushing him off a cliff.
Who Will Be Appearing In The Second Season Of “Tower Of God”?
List For The Second Season Of “Tower Of God” Cast
- Here is the expected cast of the series “Tower Of God’ Season 2.
- Matthew David Rudd as Rak Wraithraiser.
- Johnny Yong Bosch as Bam.
- Chris Hackney as Khun Aguero Agnes.
- Cherami Leigh as Anaak Jahad.
- Valerie Rose Lohman as Rachel.
- Trent Mills as Lero Ro.
- Scott Whyte as Shibisu.
- Hochu Otsuka as Headon.
- Kazuyuki Okitsu as Evan Edroch
- Takuya Eguchi as Shibisu
- Toshinari Fukamachi as Hatz
- Jeannie Tirado as Endorsi Jahad
- Christina Valenzuela as Serena
- Kira Buckland as Yuri Jahad
- Kyle McCarley as Evan Edroch
Teaser For The Second Season Of Tower Of God
The Season 2 announcement was accompanied by a trailer, which was released by Crunchyroll. Twenty-fifth Bam and Rachel, the film’s protagonists, are featured in the trailer as they continue their perilous ascent of the tower.
Twenty-Fifth Baam, also known as Baam or Jyu Viole Grace, the series’ protagonist, barely makes it into the top ten strongest characters. Even though he isn’t one of the series’ strongest characters, his hidden prodigious power foreshadows his eventual superiority and warrants his inclusion.
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