‘Solo Leveling’ Anime To Debut Winter 2024

The publishers of the Korean comic book series ‘Solo Leveling’ teased fans with an anime adaption from Japanese animation studio A-1 Pictures in 2022. Announcements were lacking for a time, but now a new teaser has debuted that reveals the anime will come to viewers in the winter of 2024.

“The official accounts for the upcoming Solo Leveling TV anime adaptation released the first teaser trailer and key visual for the series today announcing that the adaptation of DUBU (REDICE Studio), Chugong, h-goon’s webcomic will premiere next winter,” Crunchyroll said on their website. They added that they will stream the anime on their app.

Shunsuke Nakashige has been tapped to direct the anime with Noboru Kimura joining as the writer and Tomoko Sudo handling the character designs.

You can watch the teaser trailer below:

‘Solo Leveling’ was originally published by South Korean author Chugong as a webcomic on the KakaoPage website with the art studio Dubu handling the illustrations. D&C Media began publishing it in physical form. Tapas publishes it in Nother America.

Wikipedia describes the synopsis as follows,

“In a world where hunters — human warriors who possess supernatural abilities — must battle deadly monsters to protect mankind from certain annihilation, a notoriously weak hunter named Sung Jinwoo finds himself in a seemingly endless struggle for survival. One day, after narrowly surviving an overwhelmingly powerful double dungeon that nearly wipes out his entire party, a mysterious program called the System chooses him as its sole player and in turn, gives him the extremely rare ability to level up in strength and turn anyone he kills into a loyal minion called a shadow. Jinwoo then sets out on a journey as he fights against all kinds of enemies, both man and monster, to discover the secrets of the dungeons and the true source of his powers.”

The series is also known as ‘Only I Level Up’ in other markets.

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