The streaming giant Netflix had the first season in 2021, which ran for 12 episodes before reaching not much of a conclusion.
Record of Ragnarok isn’t streaming in all countries it could be airing in because the anime has gods fighting humans to decide whether humanity is ending.
Deities from (and outwith) contemporary faiths in a fight to the death with human warriors to determine the fate of the species. Some of the most controversial bouts, the most sacrilegious, are in season two, which is coming to Netflix in 2023.
Warner Bros. Japan has announced new cast members and character designs for the war between gods and mortals in the second season of the anime adaptation of Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui’s Record of Ragnarok manga series.
Geek Native and more important sites got emails against the Record of Ragnarok. Why? The anime upset religious groups because it shows gods fighting people.
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Record of Ragnarok is an upcoming anime on Netflix, due out on the 17th, and it has champions from all of humanity’s history go to battle against the gods themselves.
Geek Native has received emails from religious groups urging a protest against Netflix’s forthcoming anime Record of Ragnarok.