Record of Ragnarok Anime Gets 2nd Season
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official website for the anime of Shinya Umemura, Ajichika, and Takumi Fukui's Record of Ragnarok (Shūmatsu no Walküre) manga announced on Wednesday that the anime will have a second season. Anime character designer Masaki Satō drew the below illustration to celebrate the announcement.
7 million Years of Human Civilization is coming to an end…
Every 1000 years, all the Gods of the world gather in heaven to attend the “Conference of Mankind Survival”.
All the Gods agree to bring an ultimate end to the mankind due to their past foolish acts but before the final verdict is made, Brunhild, the eldest of the 13 Valkyrie sisters make and objection.
“To spice things up, why donʼt you test humans?”
Her proposal was to have God vs Humanityʼs final struggle also known as the “Ragnarok”, where all the Gods from the world and champions from the entire human history enters 1 on 1 battle. The first team to win 7 battles out of 13 will be the winner.
It seems almost impossible for the humans to win against the Gods.
Although Gods sneer at them, Brunhild makes further provocation;
“Are you chickening out?”
That touches Godsʼ nerves and they accept her proposal in anger.
Therefore, Brunhild and her sisters must choose 13 of the strongest champions throughout the human history.
Will humans surpass Gods and make an stop to the ultimate end?
The eschatological battles between heaven and earth finally begin!
Masao Ookubo (Onegai My Melody Yū & Ai, Gekijōban PriPara: Mi~nna de Kagayake! Kirarin Star Live) directed the first season at Graphinica. Kazuyuki Fudeyasu (Bungo Stray Dogs Wan!, By the Grace of the Gods) handled the series composition. Masaki Satō designed the characters, and Yasuharu Takanashi (Fairy Tail, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations) composed the music.
Maximum The Hormone performed the opening theme song "Kamigami." SymaG (Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters, Shōnen Ashibe GO! GO! Goma-chan, Bakutsuri Bar Hunter) performed the ending theme song “Fukahi" (Inevitable).