The platform Crunchyroll announced that it will host a special online broadcast for the anime adaptation of the webtoon, The God of High School next June 26. During the broadcast, the platform will interview the production staff of the studios MAPPA and will air the first five minutes of the first episode.

Additionally, the transmission will feature the following events:

  • A panel with the production team of the soundtrack of the series, the composer Arisa Okehazama and the producer Yoshiki Kobayashi, moderated by Tim lyu.
  • Special guests from the cast of voices, such as Tatsumaru Tachibana (Jin Mori's voice), Kentaro Kumagai (Han Daewi's voice), Ayaka Ohashi (Yoo Mira's voice), together with the interpreters of the musical themes KSUKE and the group CIX.
  • A documentary-style promotional video for the series.

The broadcast will be done live through the YouTube channel of Crunchyroll Collection on June 26 at 4:00 p.m., and will later be uploaded with subtitles on the respective channels. On the other hand, the series will premiere on July 6 through Japanese television and through the Crunchyroll platform.

Production team

  • Sunghoo Park is in charge of directing the anime in the studios MAPPA.
  • Yoshimura Kiyoko is in charge of the composition of the series.
  • Manabu Akita (Kakegurui) is in charge of character design.
  • Arisa Okehazama is in charge of the composition of the soundtrack.
  • Sola Entertainment production is credited.

Synopsis of The God of High School

The series follows a high school student and his friends as they compete in an epic tournament, drawing powers from the gods themselves and uncovering the plans of a mysterious organization at the same time… With the promise of fulfilling their deepest wishes, each of them He has his own motivation to win this tournament.

Source: Crunchyroll

© 2020 Crunchy Onigiri, LLC Based on the comic series created by Yongje Park and published by WEBTOON


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