'Record of Ragnarok' TV anime announces Season 2

Written by: Jei Beltrano

Published on: August 18, 2021 at 11:38 AM PHT (GMT+8)

The official Twitter for the anime adaptation of Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui's "Record of Ragnarok (Shuumatsu no Valkyrie)" has announced on Wednesday that the TV anime series is getting a second season. An illustration visual was revealed to commemorate the production decision. No other information was revealed as of writing.

The first season of the anime is animated by Graphinica and produced by Warner Bros. Japan. Masao Ookubo is directing the series with Kazuyuki Fudeyasu composing the script and Masaki Saito designing the characters. Yasuharu Takanashi is composing the music and Netflix licensing the series.

The cast includes:

  • Miyuki Sawashiro as Brunhild

  • Tomoyo Kurosawa as Göll

  • Tomokazu Seki as Lü Bu

  • Soma Saito as Adam

  • Kazuhiro Yamaji as Kojiro Sasaki

  • Hikaru Midorikawa as Thor

  • Wataru Takagi as Zeus

  • Takahiro Sakurai as Poseidon

  • Junichi Suwabe as Hermes

  • Rie Tanaka as Aphrodite

  • Hinata Tadakoro as Ares

  • Tatsuhisa Suzuki as Shiva

  • Show Hayami as Odin

  • Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Loki

  • Yukihiro Nozuyama as Heimdall


The original Japanese manga series written by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui and illustrated by Ajichika was serialized since November 2017 in Coamix's seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Zenon. As of March 2021, it has been collected into 10 tankōbon volumes with the first volume released on May 19, 2018.


Story via Fandom Wiki:

Every 1000 years, gods of every pantheon convene and hold a conference to decide the fate of humanity by calling a vote to determine whether or not the human race should continue living or go extinct. With the most recent of these conferences having concluded, the gods unanimously decided to put humanity to an end. However, at the very last second, the eldest of the Valkyries, accompanied by the youngest, intervened and made the bold proposition to let humanity have a say in their fate by letting them go against the gods in a series of one-on-one fights to see if they are worthy of continuing to exist. Afraid to let go of their pride, the gods accept this proposal. Thirteen gods will fight against thirteen human champions. The first side to reach seven victories will decide humanity's fate.

Reference: Shuumatsu no Valkyrie JP Official Twitter

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