Crunchyroll, the popular anime streaming platform, has announced the start of the second season of the television anime of Makoto Yukimura’s Vinland Saga. The first episode of the second season was streamed with Hindi dub on Tuesday, while the entire season was made available in India with an English dub on Wednesday. The first season of Vinland Saga is also available on Crunchyroll with Japanese audio and English subtitles.
For fans who prefer English, the first four episodes of the second season are currently streaming with English subtitles, and two episodes have been released with an English dub.
Meanwhile, Netflix has also begun streaming the second season of the anime in India on January 9th, following its Japanese premiere. The first season of the anime is already available on the platform.
The staff from the first season is back for the second season, but this time at animation studio MAPPA instead of Wit Studio. Director Shūhei Yabuta, known for his work on Inuyashiki Last Hero and Attack on Titan 3D, returns to bring the anime to life.
The series is being written by Hiroshi Seko, who has previously worked on Banana Fish and Ajin: Demi-Human, and supervised by Takahiko Abiru, who served as director for the 2011 Hunter × Hunter animation. Composer Yutaka Yamada, known for his work on Tokyo Ghoul and Donten ni Warau Gaiden: Ketsubetsu, Yamainu no Chikai, will again be responsible for the music.
Makoto Yukimura launched the Vinland Saga series in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine in 2005, but the series was later moved to Afternoon magazine later that year. The manga has since grown in popularity, with over 7 million copies in circulation, and Yukimura began drawing the final arc of the manga in November 2019.
Source – Crunchyroll