Comix has released the tankobon volumes of Record of Ragnarok since May 2018 inbound tankobon volumes written and drawn by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui, as well as Ajichika, since November 2017 in the Monthly Comic Zenon magazine. The Graphinica studio has made an animated series version of The Record of Ragnarok, which will be released on Netflix in June 2021. In August of 2021, a continuation of the series was confirmed.
Season 2 of Record of Ragnarok is going to be covered in great detail in the following paragraphs. In this article, you’ll learn when the anime might be released, whether a trailer will be released, and much more about this exciting new series.
Date of the Second Season of Ragnarok’s Release
The first season of Record of Ragnarok premiered on Netflix on June 17, 2021. In keeping with Netflix’s regular distribution method, the first 12 episodes were released concurrently. Masao Kubo was directed from a screenplay by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, who also wrote the story. The series’ soundtrack was composed by Yasuharu Takanashi.
The show proved a hit, and in August 2021 it was announced that a second season would be released on Netflix and broadcast in Japan. As of right now, there is no set schedule for the second season’s release, and that will be contingent on Netflix’s priorities.
The Second Season of Ragnarok’s Plot Summary
Due to the series’ high level of fidelity to the manga, we can safely assume that the last chapters of Record of Ragnarok’s tale will be adapted for the show’s second season. We’re going to give you a quick rundown of the plot of the manga so you’ll have a better idea of what to expect.
The gods voted in favor of wiping out the human race at the Valhalla Council, which takes place once every thousand years. Because of this, Brunhilde reminds the Valkyries that the Ragnarok tournament is the sole remaining hope for humanity: thirteen mortals and thirteen divines battle it out in an arena to the death.
In order to be declared victorious, a team must first win seven games in a row. Humanity’s future hangs in the balance between extinction and survival for another 1,000 years. The reincarnation cycle is broken and the spirit is permanently extinguished for those who lose in Ragnarok, the final battle between good and evil in the Norse world of Niflhel.
Here, great heroes from history fight the gods in a battle for humanity’s salvation, using Volund’s power and connection to Valkyries.
When Thor and Zeus, who beat Lu Bu and Adam in the first two rounds, give the gods a slight lead, the humans come back strong in the third and fourth rounds, defeating Poseidon and Heracles, respectively, to stun all in attendance. The gods are left speechless.
Shiva’s triumph over Raiden Tameemon in the fifth round gives the gods the upper hand. Suddenly, in the sixth round, the Buddha gods’ rival decides to fight for humanity, facing off against Bishamonten’s Zerofuku, a mashup of the Seven Gods of Fortune.
Zerofuku is possessed by the demon Cajun, but Buddha wins the duel and the humans are once again equal to gods, so Hades chooses to join the field against Qin Shi Huang, assuming Buddha’s place in the array of gods to revenge his brother Poseidon.
Cast List for Ragnarok: Second Season
The record of Ragnarok’s cast is likely to remain static due to the story’s fixed nature and the absence of many subsidiary plots. Now that you know what will happen to the cast in season two, let’s take a look at the Japanese cast as well as the English cast of the series. Listed below is the cast from Japan:
Hikaru Midorikawa in the role of Thor
Brunhild, played by Miyuki Sawashiro
Lulu is played by Tomokazu Seki Bu
Tomoyo Kurosawa in the role of Göll
In the role of Zeus, Wataru Takagi takes center stage.
Randgrid is Aya Kawakami’s character.
Ares, played by Hinata Tadokoro
Hermes, played by Junichi Suwabe
Kojiro is portrayed by Kazuhiro Yamaji in this scene. Sasaki
Rie Tanaka portrays Aphrodite.
In the role of Reginleif Kawaguchi, Rina Kawaguchi Odin is played by Sho Hayami and Adam by Sma Sait.
As Huginn, Takahiro Sakurai portrays the god Poseidon, and Tatsuhisa Suzuki portrays the deity, Shiva.
Muninn Yoshitsugu is played by Tomohiro Yamaguchi. It’s Yu Kobayashi as Hirst and Matsuoka as Loki.
Kagekasa Toda and Yukihiro Nozuyama star as Heimdall and Guan Yu, respectively, in episodes 1 through 5. (eps 10-12)
Chikako Sugimura, in the role of Iori Miyamoto (eps 9-12)
Cheng Guan, portrayed by Daiki Hamano (eps 1-5)
In the role of Narrator, Koji Ishii
Eve, played by Naoko Komatsu (eps 7-8)
In the role of Reginleif, Rie Kawaguchi (ep 6)
In the role of Forseti, Satoru Ito (eps 1-5)
Lu Bu, played by Shougo Yano (young; ep 4)
Shichi Uchida as Cain (eps 6-8)
Siegen Toda is played by Tadashi Miyazawa (eps 10-12)Atherley as Kagekatsu Toda and Nobutsuna Kamizuki, respectively.
Chun Hozoin is played by Michael Chapman.
Both Patrick Seitz and Kagemasa Toda appear in the film.
By way of comparison, below are the roles played by Paul Castro Jr.
Kagehusa Ittosai Ito is played by Ryan Colt Levy.
Chen Gong, played by Stephen Fu
The Narrator’s Gender: Victoria Platt
This film features the roles of Eve and Iori Miyamoto.
Where to Watch Record of Ragnarok Season 2?
Because the second season of Ragnarok has not yet been made, there is no way to watch a recording of it. Netflix, Tokyo MX, BS11, and MBS, as well as Cartoon Network in Japan, for those who watch Japanese television, are expected to air the second season.