Netflix persists to maintain its decorum as always because it keeps pumping out new, unique, and exciting anime series for loads and loads of fans around the world for their enjoyment. It keeps the fans updated with brilliant series and movies every few weeks so that they could chill in their free time. Many shows on Netflix have had higher stakes and action sequences that are unparallel to any other series. But the series, Record of Ragnarok has raised the stakes much more for the upcoming anime series with its thrilling action and wars and battles between the strong characters. In this article, we shall discuss Record Of Ragnarok Season 2.
Record of Ragnarok is Graphinica’s hit adaptation of the cult hit manga series which is the creation of Shinya Umemura, Takumi Fukui, and Ajichika. The anime series has been directed by Masao Okubo. Record of Ragnarok got into some controversies when it was going through its first season. Some of the time anime fans might have felt that the animation style of Record of Ragnarok was not able to perform up to its source material. But still, they saw the anime series so much and gave so much love to it. The record of Ragnarok has been animated by Graphinica and was originally released on 17th June 2021 on Netflix. The first season of the anime has also enticed many anime viewers for reading the manga of the series.
The Plot of Record of Ragnarok
The plot is based on heavy action and the battle between Humanity and Gods. It is a show of extremes. Both the text and series have won many hearts with their amazing plot. Record of Ragnarok is an anime that rapidly oscillates amid the highs and lows in every aspect.
In the show, it is shown that the Gods congregate every 1000 years for planning and decide humanity’s fate. After many efforts, the Gods start thinking that the humans are making them tired and they are struggling so much due to them. So the gods decide to demolish all the humans.
Before the judgment is cast, at its last moment, a Valkyrie named Brunhilde enters in and demands from the Gods for letting the humans prove their worth in the war of Ragnarok. Ragnarok is a tournament in which human beings have to face the Gods one on one. In the tournament, there are 13 people or fighters on each side and among them, the first group to reach seven battles wins.
Legendary humans face the Gods from the multiple pantheons from across history. Every one of them is wielding a Valkyrie who has transformed into a mystical weapon. To some extent, the series is a modern action fighting formula in its purest state.
We could say that everything related to the show is light as well as heavy at the same time. The war which happens in the show is for the literal fate of billions and billions of human souls.
We are also provided with almost nothing to work with, related to the characters other than what the knowledge of these figures creates in our minds of ours.
Is Record of Ragnarok Season 2 on its way?
Yes. Thankfully, it has been officially confirmed by Netflix that Record of Ragnarok is going to return with its second season in 2023. The announcement was done by Netflix on 18th August 2021, that the hit series is returning in 2023 with Record Of Ragnarok Season 2.
Along with the announcement, an amazing Illustration was also shared online by the character designer Masaki Sato. It featured some of the fabulous characters from Season 1 to be coming in Record Of Ragnarok Season 2.
The director Masao Okubo responded to the renewal by describing Record Of Ragnarok Season 2 as “A fierce battle in the heavenly realm between Hanzoku (Chinese Characters), born out of pre-existing relationships and conflicts!”
Is there an official trailer for season 2 yet?
The Official page of Netflix’s social media released a poster and a trailer on separate days for Record Of Ragnarok Season 2. Its trailer gives a clearer picture of what is going to be the base of the fight now between the Gods and Humans. Humanity continues to struggle for surviving because the deities have decided that the end of Mankind has now come to an end.
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