This is a live-update article and it will be updated as new details about The God Of High School Season 2 come our way. This is what we know so far.
Fans of "The God of High School" have been eagerly waiting for news about a second season. The first season, directed by Sunghoo Park and produced by MAPPA studios, was a big hit, leaving fans wanting more. Adapted from Yongje Park's popular Webtoon, it even scored nominations at the 5th Crunchyroll Anime Awards. But the big question remains: will there be a Season 2?
As of now, there's no official word about a second season. The final episode aired back in September 2020, and since then, MAPPA has been silent about any continuation. But fans haven't lost hope. Given the anime's critical success and the vast material still left in the Webtoon, many believe a new season is just a matter of time.
"The God of High School" Webtoon has over 300 chapters, and the 13-episode anime concluded around Chapter 112. This leaves a lot of the storyline untold, including the Jin Taejin arc, which fans are eager to see animated. The season one finale also left viewers on a cliffhanger, with Mori losing his memories and his friends setting out to find the Monkey King. This unresolved plot practically screams for a second season.
Who Might Return To The Voice Cast Of The God of High School Season 2?
The anime featured a star-studded voice cast, including talents like Tatsumaru Tachibana (Mori Jin), Kentarō Kumagai (Daewi Han), and Ayaka Ōhashi (Mira Yoo), among others. These actors have been part of other successful anime, increasing the likelihood of their return for a second season.
Currently, fans can revisit the first season on Crunchyroll and Muse Asia. The series revolves around Jin Mori, a self-proclaimed strong high schooler who gets invited to a mysterious tournament. It's a whirlwind of powerful contenders and intense battles, all competing for their deepest wishes.
While we wait for official news about "The God of High School" Season 2, there's plenty of other exciting manga and anime to keep us busy, like "Attack on Titan," "Jujutsu Kaisen," "My Hero Academia," "Tokyo Revengers," and more. Stay tuned for updates on these and hopefully soon, more news about the much-anticipated return of "The God of High School."