Only Leveling would be a rookie in anime, a manga that captivated thousands of otakus and followers of this type of written art, and everything would be ready for its release.
And it is that at the time when the production of an adaptation to an anime series was confirmed for the popular manwha “Solo Leveling” (Ore dake Level Up na Ken) by Chugong and Jang Sung-Rak (DUBU ) ; The otaku community has been expecting what many qualify as one of the most popular anime of this year.
Likewise, the expectations with this anime are many and after a long wait, new information about the anime adaptation of Solo Leveling has been released to the public.
In their respective official media, the Solo Leveling anime confirmed its premiere for this year’s winter season. Additionally, a preview of its animation has been released in a 1-minute long teaser video for the series; which will be produced by the animation studio A-1 Pictures.
“Solo Leveling” keeps all the otaku fans expectant
But that’s not all, since on the official website of the anime Solo Leveling has revealed a new visual image. Let’s remember that the series will be broadcast legally in Latin America through the Crunchyroll platform.
It is worth mentioning that a message from Chugong and DUBU about the anime adaptation of Solo Leveling was published at the “Anime Expo 2022” event.
“About six years ago, when I was writing the beginning of Solo Leveling, if someone had told me, “The novel you wrote is going to be turned into a comic,” I bet I would have told them to stop kidding me ” ; He mentioned.
“But now, you tell me it’s going to be animated?! Seriously, stop kidding me!… But these days, I feel so excited. Since I’m still half doubting that this is real”; she stressed her.
“Solo Leveling will finally make its anime debut. It seems like yesterday that we received the offer for the anime adaptation”; mentioned DUBU.
It is worth mentioning that Solo Leveling (Ore dake Level Up na Ken) is a South Korean novel written by Chugong, and it was published in July 2016 on the KakaoPage service.