Tower of God Season 2 Tower of God is a South Korean manhwa. The series Tower of God has received a great response from the audience.
The series Tower of God has received 7.8 out of 10 on IMDb. This series Tower of God was released as a webtoon by S.I.U. Read the complete article to get all the details about the second season of the series Tower of God.
Tower of God Season 2 Cast:
See the expected cast of the series Tower of God Season 2 below.
- 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
- Christopher Swindle as Headon
- Lucien Dodge as Hansung Yu
- Kenjiro Tsuda as Lero-Ro
- Koki Uchiyama as Khun Hachuling
- Saori Hayami as Rachel
- Mariko Honda as Rachel
- Taichi Ichikawa as Yoru
- Kenta Miyake as Rak Wraithraiser
- Nobuhiko Okamoto as Khun Aguero Agnes
- Akira Sekine as Anaak Jahad
- Rie Suegara as Endorsi Jahad
What Is Tower of God: Season 2 About?
The Tower of God webtoon so far has reached its 550th chapter, which is an insane amount of content for any series. Those chapters though are divided into three parts, and Tower of God: Season 1 completely covered all the events in part one, although there were a few alterations made in the anime’s story.
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As such, Tower of God: Season 2 will initially show Yuri asking her older sister, Jaina Zahard, for help in finding Baam’s whereabouts. After that’s tied up, part two of the webtoon will officially start with a shocking 6-year time skip, and it’ll revolve around how Baam joins the party of Ja Wangnan, another regular, and tries to ascend the remaining levels of The Outer Tower hoping to reunite with his friends. Specifically, you may see them go as far as floor 21b of the known 135 — if the anime sticks to the source material, that is.
Whatever may be the case with how the story goes, it’s still comforting to know that Tower of God: Season 2 is in development.
Tower Of God Season Release Date
Crunchyroll has announced that the second season of Tower of God is in the works, but they haven’t shared any information about when we can expect it to premiere.
Thankfully, the anime’s Twitter page has released a teaser for the upcoming second season, which recaps some of Baam’s journey in the first season and provides a few glimpses of what’s to come. Season 1 of Tower of God featured 13 episodes, and we anticipate the same for Season 2.
While it hasn’t been officially announced yet, it appears like Telecom Animation Film will be in charge of the animation once more based on the trailer. Though it was clearly a form of quirky we hadn’t seen before, the animation played a huge role in the anime’s success, and it fits surprisingly well with Tower of God’s low-key rhythm.