God of High School anime premieres on July 6th, key art and final trailer

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On June 16th, Crunchyroll announced the premiere date for the upcoming Crunchyroll Original series The God of High School. They also the reveal of brand new key art and a high-energy trailer for the show. The God of High School anime will premiere Monday, July 6th exclusively on Crunchyroll.

The new key art features the three main characters Jin Mori, Yoo Mira and Han Daewi, alongside the mysterious Park Illpyo.

The brand new trailer, which introduces the various characters in the series, also gives an exclusive sneak peek at the opening and ending songs for the series: “Contradiction” by KSUKE (ft. Tyler Carter) and “WIN” by CIX.

The God of High School is an action-packed series that follows a high schooler and his friends as they compete in an epic tournament, borrowing power directly from the gods and uncovering a mysterious organization along the way… With the promise of their heart’s deepest desires, motivating their tournament victory.

The series is based on the comic series created by Yongje Park and published by WEBTOON. Animation studio MAPPA is producing The God of High School.

The God of High School synopsis:

Jin Mori has proclaimed himself the strongest high schooler. His life changes when he’s invited to participate in “God of High School,” a tournament to determine the strongest high schooler of all. He’s told that if he wins, any wish he makes will be granted… All the participants are powerful contenders who fight their hardest for their own wishes. What awaits them at the end of the tournament? A chaotic battle between unbelievably strong high school students is about to begin!

The God of High School joins the lineup of Crunchyroll Originals announced earlier this year. These include eight new anime series spanning adventure, fantasy, romance, and more. Tower of God, another WEBTOON-based series, is airing now on Crunchyroll.

It’s great to see more WEBTOON anime coming out now, and hopefully there’s more to come. So let us know what WEBTOON you want adapted to in anime in the comments or on Twitter.