Record of Ragnarok Season 2 is sought by fans of the first season, despite its controversies. It was released to streaming on Netflix on June 17th under the title Record of Ragnarok. And even before it was released in India, it was pulled out of the country because of possible outrage from the Hindu community.
Shiva, the God of Destruction, is one of several gods in the anime. Dragon Ball Super had a God of Destruction named Rumshii, who looked a lot like the Hindu god Ganesh. This caused some consternation among the community. So Netflix India has decided to remove the anime from their service because of concerns about its content. There was also an outcry from the manga’s international fanbase who felt the adaptation didn’t do justice to their favourite series. In the manga’s best fight until now, which was almost shown as a slideshow, this was evident.
Ragnarok is recorded in the Gods’ realm. Every 1000 years, a gathering of ancient deities takes place beneath Zeus’s throne and the heads of others. They will decide the future of humanity at this meeting. Gods have agreed unanimously that mankind must be exterminated this time around. Brunhild, one of the 13 demigod Valkyries, asks that mankind be given a chance to survive before this mandate is passed.
Hence, she proposes a showdown between 13 men and gods that would decide the fate of humanity. The Council of Gods accepts the tournament because they are confident in their abilities. Brunhild then sets out to assemble the 13 greatest human beings in history. The Valkyries, realising that humans are no match for the gods, form a pact known as Völundr. They can then be repurposed as weapons of mass destruction by humans.
Will The Be Record Of Ragnarok Season 2?
Netflix has yet to order a second season of Record of Ragnarok. The manga series has become extremely popular, but the anime has yet to achieve the same level of success. According to MyAnimeList, the anime has a 6.57 rating. Netflix anime has never been affected by ratings, even though this rating may change in the future.
There are a total of 47 chapters in the Record of Ragnarok manga. Only 20 of these chapters were adapted for the first season of the anime. Netflix may decide to hold off on releasing the second season for some time, given that there are only 27 chapters left. Manga could run at its own pace without being interrupted by the adaptation.
Record Of Ragnarok Season 2 Release Date
Late 2022 to early 2023 will be the release date for the Record of Ragnarok album. Netflix has yet to commit to the second season of the anime. Netflix, on the other hand, has a track record of sticking with shows for several seasons. Record of Ragnarok Season 2 isn’t out of the question, either, given the amount of source material available.
In terms of the release date, it’s not clear what Netflix will do. How long will they be patient? Or are they going to go ahead and make a second season while they wait for new source material to be released? For Season 2, we can expect it to be released between late 2022 and early 2023, given that it takes nearly a year for an anime season to be put together.
What Will Be The Plot Of Record Of Ragnarok Season 2?
During Season 1 of Record of Ragnarok, only three of the thirteen battles between the Gods and Mankind were shown. Thor faced off against Lu Bu, Adam faced Zeus, and Kojiro Sasaki faced Poseidon in the most recent instalment of the series. However, Kojiro Sasaki emerged victorious in the third and final battle, defeating both Thor and Zeus. This left humanity with a one-goal deficit.
In the end, victory would go to whichever side had won the most battles first. There are three more battles to come if we follow the manga, which has only been updated until chapter 47 so far. After a brief rest, Hercules and Shiva meet in a rematch for Jack the Ripper. When Bishamonten or Zerofuku confronts Buddha, he will fight for the human race as well. A God who fights for human beings may seem out of place given that Buddha was a man in his early years.