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Kengan Ashura Confirms Second Season

Kengan Ashura Confirms Second Season

The official Twitter account for Netflix anime shared the big news that Kengan Ashura will be getting a second season, with the first season on the streaming service currently having twenty-four episodes on the streaming service that follows the story of Tokita Ohma and the unsuspecting salaryman looking to keep him under control.

Kengan Ashura is one of the hardest-hitting anime originals that have arrived from Netflix in the past few years and, now, the series is set to return. This anime redefines the term “hostile takeover”. The first season premiered on Netflix globally in July 2019, with the second part of that season arriving later.

It has been confirmed that Netflix will distribute the sequel worldwide. The sequel will feature the finals of the Kengan Annihilation Tournament and the conclusion of the original story.

About the Manga

Kengan Ashura was created by mangakas Yabako Sandrovich and Daromeon, with the manga first premiering in 2012 and ending its original run in 2018, with a sequel series dubbed Kengan Omega beginning almost immediately following the conclusion of the original story that continues to this day.

In the manga’s story, businesses and merchants wager large sums of money to hire combatants for unarmed hand-to-hand fighting matches. The winner takes all in these Kengan competitions that originated during the Edo period. Merchants use the fights as a means to resolve disputes with each other. The strong and mysterious Ōma Tokita, whose nickname is Ashura, enters these matches. Nogi Group president Hideki Nogi keeps his ambitions to himself when he meets Ashura. Events begin to swirl around the Kengan fights as Ashura enters the fray.

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Production Team

Seiji Kishi (Danganronpa The AnimationYuki Yuna Is a Hero) directed the anime at Larx Entertainment.

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Makoto Uezu (Akame ga KILL!The Heroic Legend of Arslan) was in charge of series composition, and Kazuaki Morita (Tsuki ga KireiAssassination Classroom) designed the characters. Team-MAX‘s Yasuharu Takanashi (Fairy TailNaruto Shippūden) composed the music. MY FIRST STORY performed the theme song “King & Ashley”. Hip hop crew BAD HOP performed the anime’s ending theme song “Born This Way”.

Take a look at the anime’s official website for more information.

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