A new trailer for Record of Ragnarok 2 has just been released. It introduces the new fighters that will represent Godkind and Humanity in the next round of all-out battles.
The first season, based on Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui’s cult manga series, debuted on Netflix last summer. It wowed manga readers with peak usage of the tournament-arc trope, and fans are eager for more.
Jack the Ripper vs. Hercules
Record of Ragnarok, a manga by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui, began serializing in Coamix’s Monthly Comic Zenon in November 2017. It’s about 13 of the world’s greatest warriors, each representing one of the gods, battling it out in a series of 1 vs.1 fights in order to save humanity.
Jack is a ruthless killer with a sadistic and murderous attitude that was born from a traumatic childhood experience. He’s also a natural liar, as he repeatedly lied to Heracles about his Volundr as a part of his strategy to win the battle against the god.
He’s also a skilled tactician, as he successfully used manmade weapons and traps to distract Heracles and lower his guard. His skills are even enhanced by his cloak, which allowed him to slice apart a building and escape through an open window.
The battles between the gods and humans in Record of Ragnarok 2 are more entertaining than they were last time around, but there’s still a lot to be said for the bizarre creative decisions that permeate this anime. It’s not as memorable as the first season, but it’s still worth a watch for fans of gore and muscles.
Shiva vs. Raiden Tameemon
One of the most intimidating opponents in Record of Ragnarok, Shiva combines godly strength with the skills of a master dancer. He is able to overwhelm even the most powerful brawlers, including Raiden Tameemon.
Raiden was a master of the sumo arts, and he had a special ability that few humans know about. It’s a power that allows him to unleash a devastating attack that leaves the ground shaking and burns his surroundings.
During Round 4 of the Ragnarok tournament, Raiden was the one who defeated Jack the Ripper, and now he was set to take on Shiva, the strongest of all the Hindu gods. This fight was a match-up of the most fearsome brawlers, and it’s a great battle between two legends that will leave you breathless.
Raiden started out by attacking Shiva with a double dropkick, and he also managed to use a twisting flip. But then, Raiden was caught off guard by a mighty strike from Shiva that crushed one of his arms. Despite this, he decided to keep fighting with the full force of his innate strength and power.
Thor vs. Lu Bu
Record of Ragnarok, created by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui, is a battle series that pits legendary Gods against historical humans in the final tournament of Ragnarok. It’s already one of the most popular anime shows in the world, grabbing eyeballs from the get-go thanks to its unique character designs and concepts.
In its first season, it showcased incredible fights between 13 historical humans and various gods from different mythologies to determine humanity’s fate. These included Thor vs Lu Bu, Zeus vs Adam, and Poseidon vs Kojiro Saski.
Overall, the anime has been a blast to watch. It doesn’t have the build-up and backstories of other anime shows, but it does deliver some incredibly high-action battles that are truly mind-blowing.
Thor is a Norse god who is regarded as the world’s strongest warrior. He once fought an army of 66 Jotunns by himself, and can kill a giant with a single swing from his hammer. He also has a menacing aura that can petrify Goll and scare Brunhilde.
Zeus vs. Adam
If you have watched anime, then you’ve probably heard of Record of Ragnarok and know about the upcoming fighting tournament that has Gods and Humanity facing off against one another. It’s based on a manga that’s written by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui and illustrated by Ajichika.
While there are some amazing fights in anime, it’s difficult to imagine anything as epic as Zeus vs. Adam in this series.
In this epic battle, Adam uses his “Divine Reflection” power to mimic any move from the gods he sees in complete form. That means he can dodge Zeus’ attacks, as well as replicate them to attack him back.
He even does this while moving at a speed that is almost impossible to do! It’s no wonder that Adam dominated Zeus in this fight.
It’s a great example of how the gods aren’t always powerful. It’s also a great example of how humans can stand up to their enemies when they’re willing to fight back.