Anime Series Record Of Ragnarok Starts Production For Season 2 On Netflix

Famous anime series ‘Record of Ragnarok’ had a successful start on Netflix with it’s season one. The anime was loved so much that it has now been announced that it will be returning for a second season.

Record of Ragnarok involves fight games between the gods and mankind and the season 1 did not entail all of the fights. Since there are many bouts left to be fought between the manking and the gods, season 2 has now become inevitable.

Fantasy-Action Anime

It is a Netflix original fantasy-action anime. The series is the adaption of manga publication of the same name by Shinya Umeura and Takumi Fukui. The producer of Record of Ragnarok is Graphinica who has also been involved in projects such as Hellsing, Wonder Momo, and Another World.

Out of the total 13 bouts to be fought, season 1 covered only three. And when we head into season 2, the gods will be having a 2-1 lead over mankind. Here are the results of the first 3 fights that have happened:

Round I – Thor Vs Lu Bu (Winner: Thor)

Round II – Zeus Vs Adam (Winner: Zeus)

Round III – Kojiro Saski Vs Poseidon (Winner: Kojiro Saski)

Season Two Plot

The fourth round will witness god Hercules go against famous human serial-killer Jack the Ripper. Other future fights are:

Round V – Raiden Tameemon Vs Shiva

Round VI – Buddha Vs Zerofuku

Season 2 Release Date

Even though the series has officially been renewed for a second season, the release date of season 2 has not been announced so far. According to industry sources, it will not be until 2022 that Record of Ragnarok season 2 releases. Tell us your thoughts about this story in the comments.

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One Comment

  1. Debodit Ray

    Record of Ragnarok is a perfect example of a godly manga with a trashy anime adaptation. I wonder how did it get popular .

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