Record of Ragnarok Season 2, or Shûmatsu no Valkyrie on Netflix, is an anime adaption of the Japanese manga series written by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui and illustrated by Ajichika. Once every millennium, the Gods’ Council assembles to decide humanity’s fate. When they vote on eradicating humans, a tournament between the Gods and mortal heroes must take place for the humans to prove themselves worthy of continued existence. Who will win this crucial battle? Watch Record of Ragnarok on Netflix to find out.
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How Many Episodes Are in Record of Ragnarok Season 2?
There are 10 episodes in Record of Ragnarok season two. The runtime of the episode averages 24 minutes. You can check the complete list of Record of Ragnarok episodes and their release date below.
- “Good vs. Evil”: January 26, 2023
- “The Indomitable War God”: January 26, 2023
- “Birth of a Monster”: January 26, 2023
- “The Final Labor”: January 26, 2023
- “Requiem”: January 26, 2023
- “Conflicting Motives”: January 26, 2023
- “Hundred Seals”: January 26, 2023
- “The Pinnacle of 1116”: January 26, 2023
- “Resonance”: January 26, 2023
- “The Brink”: January 26, 2023
- “Ragnarok”: June 17, 2021
- “Worthy Opponent”: June 17, 2021
- “Killer Move”: June 17, 2021
- “Joy”: June 17, 2021
- “FILE No.00000000001”: June 17, 2021
- “Great Emulation”: June 17, 2021
- “Expelled from Paradise”: June 17, 2021
- “Grace Abounding”: June 17, 2021
- “Tyrant of the Ocean”: June 17, 2021
- “Greatest Loser”: June 17, 2021
- “The Swallow Gazes into the Abyss”: June 17, 2021
- “And Ragnarok Goes On”: June 17, 2021
What Are the Critics Saying About Record of Ragnarok Season 2?
Record of Ragnarok Season 2 does not yet have an official critics rating but has an average audience score of 74% on Rotten Tomatoes. The series also has a user score of 6.3/10 on IMDB.
Grant Jones from Anime News Network writes, “All in all, Record of Ragnarok Season 2 is better than Season 1. But the quality jump is minor at best, and the novelty of its tricks is already wearing a bit thin.”
Ready Steady Cut’s Daniel Hart says, “Record of Ragnarok Season 2 is not disappointing, but it’s hardly as memorable as the debut season. While the animation itself is a joy to watch, with gore, muscles, and plenty of expression, there’s not much to comment on.”
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Is Record of Ragnarok Season 2 Suitable for Kids?
Record of Ragnarok Season 2 is rated TV-14, which means some parents may find the content unsuitable for children under 14 years of age.
How Can I Watch Record of Ragnarok Season 2 in Its Original Language?
Record of Ragnarok is originally in Japanese. To watch Record of Ragnarok Season 2 in its original language, set language settings to Japanese with English subtitles from the menu options of your streaming device.