A South Korean action fantasy online novel titled Solo Leveling, also known as Only I Level Up was written by Chugong and illustrated by Dubu (Redice Studio). While Webnovel published the manhwa chapters for an English audience, D&C Media published the series for Korean readers.
The show is set in a world where magically gifted people and hunters must fight dangerous creatures to keep the human species from going extinct.
A weak person by the name of Sung JinWoo emerged from among those strong hunters and struggled endlessly until the day he was picked by an unknown program.
He has a special ability to level up his skills beyond anyone’s wildest dreams, thanks to the System. His quest to find his actual strength and become the best S-Rank hunter continues as he engages in combat with various monsters and people in the dungeon.
When Will the Anime “Solo Leveling” Be Released?
Although a precise release date hasn’t been announced, it’s expected to happen sometime in 2023.
The worldwide dungeon-crawling phenomenon is getting an anime adaptation!
Solo Leveling is coming to Crunchyroll in 2023!
— Crunchyroll (@Crunchyroll) July 3, 2022
At Anime Expo, Crunchyroll unveiled a teaser trailer for the anime, giving attendees a brief look at the adaptation.
Condition of The Manhwa
On December 29, 2021, the last chapter of the Solo Leveling manhwa was released, bringing the story to a conclusion after 179 chapters.
Production Information for The Anime Solo Leveling
The Anime Will Be Produced by A-1 Pictures, Known for Its Animation Work in Sword Art Online and Erased, with Shunsuke Nakashige Serving as The Director and Noboru Kimura Serving as The Chief Writer. the Person in Charge of Character Design Will Be Tomoko Sudo.
Hiroyuki Sawano, Who Has Also Contributed to Well-Known Anime Films Including Attack on Titan, Blue Exorcist, and Kill La Kill, Will Write the Anime’s Soundtrack.
The Manga’s Japanese Version, Which Modifies a Few Plot Points, Will Probably Be Adapted for The Anime. the Scene Switches from Seoul to Tokyo, and Jin-Woo Is Now Shun Mizushino.
What Have the Anime’s Creators Said About Solo Leveling?
The Original Authors of Solo Leveling, Chugong and Dubu, Both Provided Their Opinions on The Anime Adaptation in A Press Release.
At the beginning of Solo Leveling, About Six Years Ago, if Someone Had Told Me, “the Novel You Wrote Would Become a Comic,” I Believe I’d Have Told Them to Stop Pulling My Leg. but Now, I’m Told that It’ll Be Animated?! Seriously, Stop Pulling My Leg!
“However, I’m Feeling Happy and Excited Right Now. I Hope to See Jinwoo and The Other Characters Become Animated Soon Because I’m Still Unsure Whether or Not This Is Real. I’ll Continue to Put up My Best Effort While Anticipating that Day.
“solo Leveling Is Finally Making Its Anime Premiere,” Dubu Continued. We Recently Received an Offer for The Anime Adaptation, yet It Seems Like Yesterday.
The Fact that The Anime Is Actually Being Produced at This Very Now Makes Me Feel Incredibly Grateful to The Fans Who Adore and Support Solo Leveling.
“I’m Overjoyed with Thanks. I Sincerely Appreciate It. Please Assist the Animation Production Crew as Well. I’ll Be Overjoyed if Seeing this animation provides readers with fresh enjoyment.
The wait is over for the fans of solo leveling anime, which is produced by A-1 Pictures under the direction of Shunsuke Nakashige. Crunchyroll confirmed the release date on 4 July 2022, and the first episode will be seen in the summer of 2023.