One thing is for sure: solo levels are about to get a makeover! The action-packed fantasy manga and manhwa have sold in record numbers, so now it’s going to be a TV drama. Apparently Solo Leveling fans aren’t as enthusiastic as they should be over the addition of a new anime.
It’s possible you’re unaware that the series premiered in South Korea towards the tail end of its run. Only I Level Up, Kakao’s webcomic, quickly developed a devoted following on the internet. Yen Press is the publisher of the English-language version of the series. There is now a Korean manhwa-themed television show and an online game in development.
Just a few hours ago, at the Crunchyroll Panel at the Anime Expo convention, it was announced that the first teaser trailer for the upcoming Solo Leveling anime has been posted on YouTube by Crunchyroll. This is a historic day for Solo Leveling fans.
86 Eighty-Six will be animated by A-Pictures, a Tokyo-based studio that has previously worked on such well-known shows as Black Butler, The Seven Deadly Sins, and Sword Art Online.
Shunsuke Nakashige is the show’s executive producer (Sword Art Online) Noburu Kimura will compose the series’ composition (Mai-HiME) Tomoko Sudo (The Seven Deadly Sins) designed the character designs, while Hiroyuki Sawano composed the soundtrack for the game (Attack on Titan).
GMO Internet, the Tokyo-based firm behind the Sword Art Online anime website, registered “sololeveling-anime.net,” the domain name for the Solo Leveling anime website, on June 6th, according to Anime Senpai.
It’s been a month since that website went up, but it’s still worth checking back in on every few weeks to see if any new information has been added.
Solo Leveling will undoubtedly be one of the most eagerly awaited movies of 2023 as a result of this announcement. The clear basis for our optimism is the enormous worldwide success.
In the last several years, Solo Leveling has become one of the most popular online novels in the world, and it will continue to do so until 2021’s last chapter.
A recent survey by AnimeJapan asked readers to vote for their favourite animated series, and Solo Leveling came out on top, garnering over 215,000 votes and signing the Change.org petition. Solo Leveling’s enormous and devoted fan following might be a perfect starting point for a TV series. However, how long will we have to wait before Solo Leveling premieres?