Fans of the action-packed anime series, “Kengan Ashura,” are in for a treat as the official website recently confirmed a second part, set to premiere in 2024. This announcement has sparked excitement among anime enthusiasts, eager to witness the continuation of the captivating storyline.
The Thrilling Journey Continues:
The first part of the second season, which introduced viewers to the intense world of the Kengan Annihilation Tournament, premiered on Netflix to much acclaim. It even had an early screening in Tokyo, building anticipation among its dedicated fan base.
The upcoming sequel promises the long-awaited finals of the Kengan Annihilation Tournament, bringing the original story to a thrilling conclusion. Fans can also anticipate a new opening theme, “RED,” performed by the metal band SiM.
A Remarkable Journey:
“Kengan Ashura” initially made its global debut on Netflix in July 2019, with the second part following that October. The series first made waves at Anime Expo in July 2018 and was chosen for adaptation through a fan voting contest in 2015.
The talented creative team behind the anime includes director Seiji Kishi, series composer Makoto Uezu, and character designer Kazuaki Morita. Yasuharu Takanashi of Team-MAX composed the music, with MY FIRST STORY contributing the theme song “King & Ashley,” and BAD HOP performing the ending theme, “Born This Way.”
The Origin of the Saga:
The “Kengan Ashura” manga, initially illustrated by Daromeon and written by Yabako Sandrovich, debuted on the Manga ONE app in 2012 and concluded in August 2018. However, the series embarked on a new arc in January 2019, offering fresh adventures in the world of high-stakes hand-to-hand combat.
As fans eagerly await the second part of season two, “Kengan Ashura” continues to captivate audiences with its gripping narrative and adrenaline-pumping action. Mark your calendars for 2024, as the saga promises more thrills and excitement.
“Kengan Ashura” has firmly established itself as a powerhouse in the world of anime, and its journey is far from over. With 2024 on the horizon, fans can look forward to more heart-pounding battles and intricate storytelling that make this series a must-watch for anime enthusiasts.