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Get Ready to Level Up: Solo Leveling Anime releases first trailer

solo leveling anime releases first trailer

JAPAN — The official Twitter account for the Solo Leveling anime adaptation has finally released a new trailer and announced a Winter 2024 premiere date.

Solo Leveling has been a popular webtoon series for years, and fans have been eagerly anticipating an anime adaptation. Originally scheduled for the 2023 release, the delay has left some fans disappointed. However, the new trailer offers a glimpse of what’s to come and has left many fans excited for the premiere. 

The trailer features Jinwoo Sung, the protagonist of the series, and a few glimpses of the beginning of the story.

Watch the first trailer here:

Solo Leveling: Anime Adaptation

The main staff behind the anime adaptation is impressive, with Shunsuke Nakashige as director, Noboru Kimura as head writer, Tomoko Sudo as character designer, and Hiroyuki Sawano as music composer. A-1 Pictures is in charge of the animation production.

Shunsuke Nakashige is known for his work on Mother of the Goddess’ Dormitory, while Noboru Kimura has worked on popular anime series like Healer Girl and Amaim Warrior at the Borderline. Tomoko Sudo has worked on Fragtime, and Hiroyuki Sawano has composed music for popular anime series like Attack on Titan Final Season.

The Korean web novel authored by Chugong served as the inspiration for the anime adaptation. The manhwa served as the basis for a webtoon created by Dubu. H-Goon is credited with adapting Solo Leveling in both the anime trailer’s credits and the most current volumes of the webtoon’s Japanese publishing.

The English translations of the Korean online novel and manhwa are published by Yen Press. It is being digitally released by Tapas Media.

The manhwa publishes in Japanese under the title Ore Dake Level-Up na Ken (I’m the Only One Who Has Leveled Up) and will release the 11th volume on March 23.

Fans of Solo Leveling are excited to see how the anime adaptation will bring the story to life. The webtoon series is known for its action-packed storyline and engaging characters, and fans are eager to see how this will translate to the anime. 

With such a talented team behind the project, expectations are high for the Winter 2024 premiere. –WhatALife!/Jayve

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