Fresh off its successful listing on the stock market last week, WEBTOON Entertainment is shifting focus to the upcoming premiere of the Tower of God Season 2 anime adaptation premiering this weekend on Crunchyroll. To prepare new and returning viewers, WEBTOON is pushing The Return of the Prince and Workshop Battle arcs from the Tower of God comic created by SIUas they form the basis for Season 2.

Tower of God Season 2 key visualTower of God Season 2 key visual
Tower of God Season 2 key visual

The ongoing digital comic has billions of global views across 301 episodes, with four graphic novels published by WEBTOON UnscrolledWEBTOON’s graphic novel imprint. In addition to the anime adaptation, the series has been developed into a mobile role-playing game, collectible card game, and even more merchandise. Season One of the Crunchyroll adaptation of Tower of God was an immense success upon launch in April 2020, and won Best Score at the 2021 Anime Awards. The staff and cast for Season 2 are listed below:


  • Chief Director: Kazuyoshi Takeuchi
  • Director: Akira Suzuki
  • Series Composition: Erika Yoshida
  • Script: Erika Yoshida, Takeshi Miyamoto, Riuji Yoshizaki
  • Character Design: Miho Tannin, Seigo Kitazawa, Isamatsu Kashima
  • Chief Animation Director: Seigo Kitazawa
  • Art Director: Yusuke Ikeda
  • Art Designer: Akihiro Hirasawa
  • Color Setting: Reiko Sekine
  • Director of Photography: Anna Tomisaki (animocaramel)
  • Editor: Yukie Oikawa
  • Sound Director: Takayuki Yamaguchi
  • Music: Kevin Penkin
  • Animation Production: The Answerstudio


  • Thu Viole Grace voiced by Taichi Ichikawa
  • Rachel voiced by Saori Hayami
  • Khun Aguero Agnis voiced by Nobuhiko Okamoto
  • Ja Wangnan voiced by Yuma Uchida
  • Yeon Yihwa voiced by Sayumi Watanabe
  • Yeo Goseng voiced by Yu Shimamura
  • Yeo Minseng voiced by Saki Miyashita
  • Kang Horyang voiced by Kenichirou Matsuda
  • Hon Akraptor voiced by Kento Shiraishi
  • Prince voiced by Kengo Kawanishi
  • Nia voiced by Natsuko Abe
  • Rai voiced by Naoki Irie

The anime adaptation of the first season was produced by Telecom Animation Film and directed by Takashi Sano which premiered in April 2020, with the second season being announced in August of 2022 and now produced by The Answerstudio. Crunchyroll describes Tower of God Season 2:

Ja Wangnan can’t seem to pass the 20th floor. Even after failing time and time again, he refuses to give up. On his journey, he meets a mysterious and powerful character named Viole. Wangnan invites Viole to join his team of Regulars. Their journey continues with new challenges at every turn.