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‘Record Of Ragnarok’ Season 2: Is The Series Suitable For Kids?

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The fantasy-action anime series Record of Ragnarok, a Netflix Original, was created by Warner Bros. The Japanese name Ragnarok is a translation of the same-named manga book by Shinya Umeura and Takumi Fukui. Fans longed for the second season almost immediately after Season 1 concluded with a preview of the fourth Gods vs. Humanity tournament match between Jack the Ripper and Hercules.

We experience the same thrill, of course, since this new season has already had us on the tip of our seats, wondering whether we know what will happen to humanity in the end. Will humanity survive this conflict unscathed? Or will the gods demonstrate why only they possess omnipotence? Time will tell, but in the meanwhile, we don’t have any trouble showing our original levels of enjoyment throughout the entire new season!

The trailer shows that this anime contains a lot of intense 3D CGI combat. The gods’ strategy, according to which humans should already be extinct, or man’s idea that he should have a chance to succeed is all there. You will learn about the god Ragnarok’s conflicts here. In which thirteen famous historical figures face off in death matches against thirteen of the most potent gods.

Since the first season of this series received the same classification, Ragnarok Season 2 also has a TV-14 rating. If a show has a TV-14 sort, parents must take extra precautions. This is because there may be content in these shows that are offensive to either parents or children under the age of 14.

The first half of the second season will have episodes 1 to 10, and the second half will feature episodes 11 to 15. Only Netflix’s streaming service will offer access to the series.

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