Exclusive Premiere: Crunchyroll Presents Solo Leveling Documentary Series

Exclusive Premiere: Crunchyroll Presents Solo Leveling Documentary Series

Get ready for an exclusive treat! Crunchyroll has just announced the premiere of a two-part documentary series on Solo Leveling. Dive deep into 'The Leveling of Solo Level' as Crunchyroll brings you an inside look into this epic series.

On Tuesday, March 5, 2024, Crunchyroll shared with Sportskeeda via email that they will be premiering The Leveling of Solo Leveling, a two-part documentary series, exclusively on their platform. The premiere is scheduled for March 5, 2024, at 3:30 pm PST.

The Leveling of Solo Leveling is a documentary series that explores the journey of Solo Leveling across Korea and Japan. It will provide a detailed look at how the franchise has evolved from its origins as a webtoon to its current form as an anime. Viewers can expect an insider's view into the phenomenon that has captivated fans worldwide.

Solo Leveling documentary series premieres on March 5

Youtube video: The Leveling of Solo Leveling | OFFICIAL TRAILER

A documentary series is scheduled to debut on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, at 3:30 pm PST, on Crunchyroll. This two-part series will take a deep dive into the fascinating journey of the popular anime series created by A-1 Pictures.

The documentary will uncover how the series evolved from a web novel to a webtoon and eventually became the most acclaimed anime of the year. Crunchyroll teamed up with AllSo, a Paris-based production company known for its innovative digital experiences and documentaries, to produce this special documentary. Together, they have crafted a documentary that provides a thorough exploration of the series's success.

Sung Jin-Woo sketches as seen in the anime's documentary (Image via Crunchyroll) - Sung Jin-Woo sketches as seen in the anime's documentary (Image via Crunchyroll)

Sung Jin-Woo sketches as seen in the anime's documentary (Image via Crunchyroll) - Sung Jin-Woo sketches as seen in the anime's documentary (Image via Crunchyroll)

Sung Jin-Woo sketches as seen in the anime's documentary (Image via Crunchyroll)

AllSo is well-known for its pop culture projects, collaborating with major companies like Ubisoft and Red Bull in the past. Their work has always delivered a captivating storytelling experience for fans. With their upcoming documentary series, we can expect nothing less.

This docu-series will feature interviews with more than 20 individuals, including fans, creators, and producers. Each person will share their unique experiences with the series, providing insight and behind-the-scenes stories.

Kasaka sketch as seen in the anime's documentary (Image via Crunchyroll) - Kasaka sketch as seen in the anime's documentary (Image via Crunchyroll)

Kasaka sketch as seen in the anime's documentary (Image via Crunchyroll) - Kasaka sketch as seen in the anime's documentary (Image via Crunchyroll)

Kasaka sketch as seen in the anime's documentary (Image via Crunchyroll)

The documentary will take viewers on a journey to Korea, visiting D&C Media and Redice Studio to explore the transition of Solo Leveling from text to art.

Next, the narrative will shift to Japan, where insights will be shared from the teams at Crunchyroll, Aniplex, and A-1 Pictures, along with the anime's director, Shunsuke Nakashige. The documentary will provide a behind-the-scenes look at the adaptation process and how the art evolved into animation by A-1 Pictures.

Hence, if fans wish to learn about the anime's origins, the documentary series is a must-watch.

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Editor's P/S:

As a fan of the "Solo Leveling" anime series, I am thrilled to learn about the upcoming documentary series that will delve into the journey of its creation. The fact that it will be released exclusively on Crunchyroll, a platform known for its extensive anime library, makes it even more exciting. The documentary promises to provide an insider's view into the evolution of the franchise, from its webtoon roots to its current anime form.

The prospect of hearing from the creators, producers, and fans involved in the series is particularly intriguing. Their firsthand accounts and insights will likely offer a deeper understanding of the creative process behind "Solo Leveling" and the reasons behind its global success. The documentary's exploration of the transition from text to art, and from Japan to Korea, further adds to its appeal. It promises to be a comprehensive and captivating exploration of one of the most popular anime series of recent years.

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