Based mostly on an internet comedian with a ridiculous following from South Korean artist Lee Jong Hui, who goes by SIU, Tower of God has loads of supply materials to attract from. It begins with a younger man named Twenty-Fifth Baam who’s chasing his solely buddy from childhood, Rachel, up a tower she is adamant about climbing.
When the 2 are separated, Baam persists in climbing the tower, solely to find that every ground of it has its personal set of trials.
The comedian has been working constantly on a weekly foundation since 2010. It is at the moment comprised of three completely different elements, and every half might simply be sectioned off into completely different seasons for the anime. SIU uploads the comedian each Sunday on Naver, with Webtoons getting the English translation some 14 hours later.
Whereas no official phrase has been given but from Crunchy Roll or the artistic minds behind bringing the comedian to life, it appears extremely possible that Tower of God will most definitely get a second season on account of its recognition. Followers ought to anticipate it to reach someday in April of 2021.