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Solo Leveling Sparks Rumors of Anime Adaptation Fresh after Webtoon Ends

If you ask any webtoon reader which series they’d like an anime adaptation of, I guarantee you 90% of them would say Solo Levelling.


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After the webtoon ended this week, fans could be heard sobbing all around the world. The scenario was so desolate that only a continuation of the series could calm people down.

It was thus at the nick of time that a Solo Levelling anime adaptation’s news was leaked. An anime is reportedly under production already.

Solo Leveling Sparks Rumors of Anime Adaptation Fresh after Webtoon Ends
Solo Leveling | Source: Fandom

Now, don’t get your hopes too high because this is a news leak. Still, since this is from a trusted source, you better believe the creators will have a big announcement to make soon.

Jinwoo’s journey has spanned a total of 179 chapters. Although we could see the finale approaching, the abrupt end caught me off guard. I really expected a bit more of a closing statement from the webtoon.

Well, what’s done is done, and I guess we should look forward to this new development now. No studio or release date has been announced yet. (Do you think MAPPA will snatch up this bad boy too?)

Crunchyroll licensed webtoons like The God of High School and Tower of God, will Solo Levelling receive the same treatment?

Solo Leveling Sparks Rumors of Anime Adaptation Fresh after Webtoon Ends
Sung Jin Woo | Source: Fandom

Popular K-pop band, The Boyz is performing a new OST for the webtoon, and it has already sparked rumors about an anime adaptation.

Solo Leveling is so popular that it’s surprising it hasn’t received an anime yet. (The anti-Japan elements in the webtoon might be blamed for this.)

If it does get animated, you best believe all major shonen series will be up against a tough competitor.

About Solo Leveling

Solo Leveling is a Korean Webtoon written by Chu Gong and illustrated by Jang Sung Rak. It is adapted from the webnovel; I Alone Level Up. Kakaopage publishes it in South Korea and Piccoma in Japan.

Portals connecting the Earth to realms of monsters have opened up, and hunters defeat those monsters. Sung Jin Woo belongs to the lowest level of hunters, but after getting involved in a Dungeon quest, he alone can see quests like that of a game.

His journey to become the most powerful hunter and bring peace back to Earth begins.

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