Is an Anime Version of Solo Leveling in the Works?
This month during Anime Expo 2022 in Los Angeles, it was reported that Chugong and Dubu (Jang Sang-Rakpopular )’s Korean comic book series “Solo Leveling” will be adapted into an anime, with a release date of 2023.
To a large extent, the success of Korean comic books abroad may be attributed to Solo Leveling, arguably the most talked-about manhwa in the business. The Webtoon version of the manhwa helped it gain popularity in 2018, and it was hailed for its fresh take on the classic hero tale. In the vein of the previous popular manga and comic book series, Solo Leveling will be animated whenever it is requested. Fans are now eagerly awaiting the release.
A-1 Pictures has officially unveiled the character designs for Solo Leveling’s male lead Sung Jin Woo and female lead Cha Hae In, some six months after the anime’s adaptation was first announced. Chugong is the creator of the online book Solo Leveling. Jang Sung Rak (aka Dubu), who subsequently illustrated the webtoon of the same name, died of a brain haemorrhage on July 23, 2022.
The first season of Solo Leveling has how many episodes?
Fans are not only curious about whether or if there will be an anime adaptation of Solo Leveling, but also about how many episodes will make up the first season. Season 1 of the anime adaptation of Solo: A Star Wars Story would reportedly consist of 24 episodes, with the remaining chapters of the original manhwa making up Season 2. Like the Tower of God anime, Solo Leveling may only air 12 episodes in its initial season before moving on to Season 2 production.
The anime adaptation of “Solo Leveling” presents both the regular and combat attire of the series’ major protagonists
The July 2022 announcement placed 2023 as the release year for the Solo Leveling anime. Fans should expect an announcement of a release window at any time now, even if no firm release date has been given. Meanwhile, production company A-1 Pictures has unveiled the official artwork for lead actors Sung Jin Woo and Cha Hae In. The protagonist of the anime is Sung Jin Woo, who was at first referred to as the Weakest Hunter. After a particular event, however, the System selects him as the only playable character and he begins levelling up.
Cha Hae In, the series’ primary female character, is the sole S-Rank female Hunter, yet Sung Jin Woo stands out to her because of his uncommon condition. After seeing him in action, she finds herself falling in love with him. The production team unveiled not just the standard character designs, but also the designs of the two protagonists in combat. In addition, the drawings of the warriors’ armour serve as a preview of the high standard of animation that series followers may look forward to.
Boku Dake ga Inai Machi, Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso, Sword Art Online, Fairy Tail, Black Butler, & Kaguya-sama: Love Is War are only a few of the popular anime produced by the company A-1 Pictures. Therefore, viewers can rest easy knowing that Solo Leveling’s animation won’t let them down.
About Solo Leveling Anime
The Solo Leveling panel at Aniplex Online Fest 2022 was brief, but it did reveal some crucial details about the anime. A-1 Pictures will be producing and releasing the anime in 2023. The score was composed by Hiroyuki Sawano, while Shunsuke Nakashige served as the film’s director. The majority of this data, however, is not fresh, as it was first made public at the trailer’s first release some months ago. Two concept sketches by A-1 Pictures were released, and they were the highlight of the Aniplex period.
The Sketches depict both the old and new versions of the protagonist Sung Jin-Woo. Solo Leveling at the Aniplex Online Festival 2022 Toonami has announced that Hiroyuki Sawano and Shunsuke Nakashige will direct an anime film for a 2023 release. The stage opened with a presentation of the Solo Leveling trailer, which featured the movie’s poster, animated webtoon panels, and facts about the cast and crew. Once the preview was over, the hosts showed out two concept drawings. The first depicts Jin-Woo just before his death in the Double Dungeon, when he was an E-rank hunter. Although the studio’s colour decisions are still a mystery, it appears that they have stuck with the manhwa’s original art style.
The second drawing depicts Jinwoo after he has undergone the metamorphosis; the appearance is identical to the original. The following members of the team have been revealed:
Creator: Shunsuke Nakashige (Sword Art Online)
Noboru Kimura, Principal Author (My Hime, Healer Girl)
Artist Responsible for the Tune: Hiroyuki Sawano (Attack on Titan, The Seven Deadly Sins, Blue Exorcist)
Tomoko Sudo, Character Designer (Seven Deadly Sins, Ano Hana)
A1- Pictures, who animated Sword Art Online, Seven Deadly Sins, Your Lie in April, Erased, and more, is animating Solo Leveling. Crunchyroll will collaborate on the airing of the animation. More information and a full trailer will be released to readers later this year.
Humans with magical talents, known as Hunters, dwelt in a world rife with monsters. The lowest-ranked of them all was Sung Jin Woo. A strong dungeon traps him and his crew, nearly eliminating them one day. When he was trying to make it through the hardship, a mystery software called the System picked him as its single player and offered him the ability to gain levels, which is exceedingly unusual. In light of the fact that he is the only character capable of gaining strength levels, the protagonist sets out on his quest to become the most powerful Hunter. However, he encounters several foes during his trip, both monsters and humans.
When Will the Anime Version of “Solo Leveling” Be Made Available?
Bloggers and anime experts have already projected a March 2023 release date for Solo Leveling. We think March 12, 2023, is a great date for the rollout. If this trend keeps up, a Sunday time slot in March of 2023 may be a good one. The early 2022 Sunday schedule included some of the most breathtaking anime action ever. However, whenever A-1 Pictures announces the official release dates, they will be updated here. Fans have prayed to the heavens and launched a Change.org petition in hopes that Netflix will make the anime.