Noblesse is a famous Korean webtoon that is getting an anime adaptation soon.
Traditionally, only Japanese manga, games, or light novels are adapted into anime. However, some Korean webtoons have been stealing the spotlight recently.
Tower of God and The God Of Highschool are both anime adaptations of popular webtoons.
Noblesse is also a part of the Crunchyroll Original productions, just like TOG and GOH. It brings hope to fans who may look forward to anime adaptations of their favorite webtoons.
The official website of Crunchyroll announced that the first episode of Noblesse will premiere on 6th October 2020. It can be streamed starting at 6:00 am (Pacific Time).
Noblesse will be available for streaming in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS.
Noblesse will be released in Japan on 7th October. Thus Crunchyroll will be releasing the anime a day earlier than it’s release in Japan.
Noblesse is the third manhwa that is getting adapted into an anime this year. Fans have raised concerns about pacing issues in the Tower of God and The God Of Highschool anime.
Basically, the producers are trying to cram a lot of chapters into a single episode. This is, in turn leading to the episode skipping a lot of details. We can only hope that the same issues won’t arise with Noblesse.
Plot of Noblesse
The anime adaptation will most probably adopt several chapters from the beginning of the manhwa.
We will get to see Raizel’s awakening as well as how he adapts to high school life.
Several funny moments are awaiting us while Raizel tries to get along with friends. At the same time, we can expect some pretty cool action scenes.
This series, released in 2007, is by Son Jeho and illustrator Lee Kwangsu. The story is about a nobleman named Cadis Etrama Di Raizel.
One day, shockingly, he wakes up over 800 years in the future. Reunited with his companion Frankenstein, Rai enrolls in a local high school and makes friends with a group who vow to help Rai uncover his forgotten past.
This announcement is exciting for South Koreans. South Korea has produced dozens of world-famous manhwa titles, but they never get an anime adaptation.
Now, fans will have to wait and see how these manhwa titles shape up in anime form and whether they’ll spark a trend of manhwa-turned-anime adaptations.
Source: CrunchyrollOriginally Written By Epic Dope