Vinland Saga Season 2 Anime, Plot, Where To Watch?

The official Twitter page of Vinland Saga revealed the news of the series' renewal on July 7, 2021.

Jenny Tapia
January 10, 2023 6:00 PM

Vinland Saga: Season 2 is a new series which is coming to Netflix. It will continue the storyline of the first season, and it will also cover the Slave Arc. The series is being adapted from the manga written by Makoto Yukimura. There are a total of 26 volumes of the manga, which have been published in Japan. They can be read through both Apple Books and Barnes & Noble.

For fans who are not familiar with the manga, it's a historical anime series which focuses on the life of a young warrior named Thorfinn. He is the son of one of the greatest warriors of his time. But he is now a slave. His aim in life is to kill the new king, Askeladd, but he is not successful. This leads to a sudden change in his fate.

After a failed attempt on the king's life, he was taken away by Prince Canute. In this moment, Thorfinn lost all his purpose in life. However, he finds a friend in Einar, who helps him to overcome the loss.

As the second season continues, the characters get more intriguing. The cast will feature Taiten Kusunoki as Thorgil, Youji Ueda as Leif Erikson, and Mayumi Sako as Arnheid. Also, a lot of key staff from the first season will return.

The first season was directed by Shuhei Yabuta. He is also known for Attack on Titan and Parasyte: The Maxim. MAPPA will be responsible for the animation of the second season. A trailer for the season was released recently.

Fans will be able to watch the second season on Crunchyroll and Netflix. Both of these services will simulcast the show outside of Japan. In addition, fans can read the manga online through Google Play.

The official Twitter page of Vinland Saga revealed the news of the series' renewal on July 7, 2021. It stated that the second season would begin airing in January of 2023. This is a year after the first season, and a little bit after the end of the War Arc. That means that the second season will be more focused on the role that Thorfinn plays in the conflict.

It will be interesting to see what the creators do with the events in the Slave Arc. While it is possible that they could take a different direction, it will likely involve a time skip.

The trailer for Vinland Saga: Season 2 looks really gorgeous. It's a combination of character drama and war. It also showcases the past and present of Thorfinn. At the same time, it shows the brutality that the Vikings are capable of.

Overall, this is another great anime series. If you're not already watching it, it's well worth checking out. All 26 volumes of the manga are available in English. Plus, fans can buy physical copies of the series from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

If you're a fan of historical anime, Vinland Saga is definitely one you should check

Jenny Tapia

Jenny Tapia is an anime lover and writer from New York City. She has been an avid fan of anime since she was a child, and her passion only grew as she got older. She has written countless articles and reviews on anime, manga, and other related topics. She has also written and edited scripts for various animated series. Her love for anime and knowledge of the medium have made her an invaluable asset to any project she takes part in. She is always looking to further her understanding and knowledge of the medium, and she is always excited to share her enthusiasm with other fans.

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