As more and more anime was produced and imported on a regular basis, it was only a matter of time before platforms known primarily for distributing and streaming anime began adapting originals themselves.
Crunchyroll will include its own original content for the first time in 2020. Webtoon, for example, recently released “The God of High School,” a high-octane martial arts animation based on Park Yongje’s manga of the same name.
Jin Mori and his friends compete in a clandestine corporation-sponsored competition to see who is the best martial artist in Seoul, South Korea. The corporation will fulfill any request made by the tournament winner, known as “The God of High School.”
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The Second Season’s Premiere Date Has Yet To Be Decided
When it comes to anime renewals, a number of factors must be considered, including the popularity of the show and the presence of any unadapted source material.
Fortunately, there’s still a plethora of material to be gleaned from the ongoing comic that inspired “The God of High School.” Meanwhile, anime as a whole has been and continues to be popular.
It was released in the late summer of 2020 on Crunchyroll and aired every week until September of that year’s first season of “The God of High School.” The show’s executives have yet to officially renew “The God of High School” for Season 2. As a result, the release of new episodes is unpredictable.
Who All Are Expected To Feature In The 2nd Season?
Tatsumaru Tachibana (Jin Mori) and Kentarô Kumagai and Ayaka Ohashi (Han Daewi and Yu Mira, two of Mori’s friends who also compete in the series’ main tournament) are expected to return for a possible second season (via My Anime List).
Everything else is in flux, but you can watch Season 1 of “The God of High School” on Crunchyroll and HBO Max in the meantime.
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