While the anime adaptation of The God of High School is nowhere close to ending, it seems that we’ll be seeing the end of the original manhwa soon. Fortunately, the official end of the manhwa doesn’t mean that it’s entirely over yet. Not when there’s still room for an epilogue.

The End of High School?

The series finale of "The God of High School" art.
Now that’s a big club.

The official Twitter account of WEBTOON recently posted an announcement that The God of High School manhwa has posted its final chapter. To clarify Ep. (read: Ch.) 559 of the manhwa was released on September 22, 2022, bringing this long-running series to a close. You can read this chapter, along with all previous chapters, entirely for free on WEBTOON.

For those of you disappointed that the story of The God of High School is coming to an end with this finale, you needn’t worry. According to that same Twitter post announcing the finale, the manhwa isn’t quite over yet. Apparently, we’ll get an epilogue chapter from Yongje Park sometime in the future. Exactly when is up in the air though, since that’s not mentioned at all. Check back in with WEBTOON later to see when that epilogue comes out. Or, you can tune back into THS later to find out when we do.

The God of High School: Details

I’m not normally a fan of martial arts anime, but I have to admit: the opening song is catchy.

The God of High School is a 2011 supernatural comedy martial arts manhwa series by Yongje Park. Imageframe published this manhwa, with individual chapters released on WEBTOON. LINE WEBTOON did the English translations of this manhwa.

The God of High School received an anime adaptation from Studio MAPPA (Zombie Land Saga, Jujutsu Kaisen, Attack on Titan: The Final Season) on July 6, 2020. Sunghoo Park is the director, with Kiyoko Yoshimura writing the screenplay. Alisa Okehazama composed the music for the anime. Lastly, Crunchyroll licensed the anime for streaming, with Viz Media licensing it for home video release.

As for what The God of High School is about? Well, Crunchyroll has an official synopsis on the anime’s page. Check it out below:

“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!”

You can watch The God of High School only on Crunchyroll. Fortunately, it’s free with ads, so you don’t have to pay a cent to watch it.

Source: Twitter