Today’s Anime news is about Record of Ragnarok 2 and Ayakashi Triangle Anime

By Sonu | Jan 25, 2023 | 4 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

The first news is about the release Date and time of “Record of Ragnarok 2” on Netflix The manga of the same name by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui served as the inspiration for the Record of Ragnarok II. The manga’s artwork is handled by Ajichika. In November 2017, Record of Ragnarok started running in Monthly Comic Zenon, a seinen publication published by Coamix. In June 2021, Viz Media started to release the TV show in North America. Also available in Monthly Comic Zenon from October 2019 to November 2022 is a spin-off manga. There is additionally a Jack the Ripper-focused spin-off manga. On October 2022, it started running as a serial in Monthly Comic Zenon. Today’s Anime news is about Record of Ragnarok 2 and Ayakashi Triangle Anime

In June 2021, Netflix started offering the Record of Ragnarok anime adaptation, which was made by Graphinica. The series was directed by Masao Okubo and was composed by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu. Additionally, Masaki Saito was in charge of the character designs, and Yasuharu Takanashi was in charge of the music.

The primary cast will return for the second season in their respective positions. Yuka Yamada will collaborate on the script with Kazayuki Fudeyasu. In the meanwhile, Graphinica and Yumeta Company are working on the series. The opening song for Ragnarok Season 2 is named “Rude, Loose Dance,” and it was performed by Minami. On the other hand, Masatoshi Ono’s “Inori” serves as the closing theme.

Release Date and time for Season Two of Record of Ragnarok

Nearing completion is Record of Ragnarok’s eagerly anticipated second season. What chance do the saviours of humanity have against the gods? For the Record of Ragnarok Season 2, see the following information. On January 26, 2023, a day on Thursday, the Record of Ragnarok II will be released. Episodes 1 through 10 makes up the first half of the season, which is divided into two halves. A later date is set for the premiere of the second half, which comprises Episodes 11 through 15.

Netflix will offer the TV show for streaming. The following would be the release schedule in the United States:

• 3:00 a.m. ET

• 2:00 a.m. CT

• 12:00 a.m. PT

Netflix subscribers will be able to watch the Record of Ragnarok’s second season.

The second news is about Episodes five and beyond of the anime Ayakashi Triangle will not air until later

The fifth and subsequent episodes of the television adaptation of Kentaro Yabuki’s Ayakashi Triangle manga are being delayed, according to the production committee, according to a Monday announcement on the website for the show. COVID-19’s effects on the production schedule were cited as the reason for the delay.

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On Monday as scheduled, the third episode will still air and be available to stream. The fourth episode will follow suit the following Monday. But on February 6, the first through fourth episodes of the anime will start airing again. The airing and streaming schedules for the fifth and subsequent episodes will be made public soon on the anime’s website and Twitter account.

The release date of the anime’s first Blu-ray Disc/DVD volume was also postponed from March 29 to September 27. The following monthly volumes, from the second to the sixth, have similarly been postponed, from October 2023 to February 2024. After UniteUp! And NieR: Automata Ver 1.1a, Ayakashi Triangle is the third Aniplex television anime this season to experience delays. The series is being streamed on Crunchyroll as it airs. The show made its Japanese debut on January 9.

The animation is being directed by Noriaki Akitaya (Bakuman, Castle Town Dandelion, Slow Loop), with Kei Umabiki serving as assistant director. The screenplays for the television series are written by Shogo Yasukawa, who is well-known for Hyperdimension Neptunia, and Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma, and the Executioner and Her Way of Life. The characters are being created by Hideki Furukawa (Invaders of the Rokujyma!, Battle Girl High School, Strike The Blood III, IV, FINAL). Rei Ishizuka (A Couple of Cuckoos, PriPara) is creating the soundtrack, and Jin Aketagawa is in charge of the sound.

Digital editions of the manga are being released in English by Viz Media, Shueisha, and Seven Seas, along with printed editions of the collected book volumes. The second book will be issued by Seven Seas on February 7 after the first uncut volume was made available on November 1. According to Seven Seas, the narrative is as follows:

Teenager Kazamaki Matsuri has long been a member of an exclusive group of ninja exorcists entrusted with combating evil ayakashi spirits that pose a threat to Japan, particularly those chasing his childhood friend, the spirit medium Kanade Suzu. Ayakashi, a powerful cat, pledges to get in between the two of them as he aggressively defends her and their friendship develops into something more. He does this by casting a forbidden magic that transforms Matsuri into a woman. Since there doesn’t seem to be a method to break the curse, Matsuri must keep fighting ayakashi and return to school while inhabiting a female body until he can figure out how to go back in time.

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