Vinland Saga Season 2
Photo: Studio MAPPA

Vinland Saga, one of the worldwide famous anime series is set to get back in the saddle with the arrival of its subsequent season and keeping in mind that the arrival of the anime while bring back the fierce hero Thorfinn, he will not be a lone wolf.

In a new meeting, the director of the new season, Shuhei Yubata, made a move to investigate the new person that will be presented in season two in Einar and how he will connect with the narrative of the hero from the first season.

FOLLOW THE LINK FOR VALUABLE VINLAND SAGA SEASON 1 REVIEW

Shuhei Yubata said the following:

“The lynchpin of the start of Season Two is definitely Einar. He left a strong impression on me when I read the manga, so when we were outlining the series, Seko and I started with discussing where his strength came from. I didn’t think we could start mapping out the series until we understood the source of his strength.

“One thing we talked about was what kind of condition Thorfinn was in as he returned from Season One. We couldn’t use him effectively as a character without working out just how much savagery remained in him. Thorfinn and Einar’s relationship was also an essential part of the story in terms of its watchability and entertainment factor, so I’m glad we spent so much time on it. When we completed the series outline, it felt like we’d made some serious progress.  

We tried hard to portray him with the same strength and kindness we felt from him in the manga. The challenge was how to combine those two to make his character. Einar’s way of relating to Thorfinn in the beginning is superficially different from the source material, but his fundamentals haven’t changed. Think of it as new scenes being born in the process of trying to make an Einar close to his manga version.”  

The creator of the manga Makoto Yukimura said the following regarding the second season:

“They put a lot of additional detail into the characters and backgrounds of the farm arc. It shows very neatly how each character ended up there, and as the writer of the original manga-and I’m repeating myself here-I really felt a sense of gratitude.”

The Vinland Saga anime is based on Makoto Yukimura’s manga with the same name.

The arrangement is distributed by Kodansha, and was first serialized in the adolescent focused on Weekly Shōnen Magazine prior to moving to the month to month manga magazine Monthly Afternoon, focused on youthful grown-up men. As of November 2019, the arrangement has been gathered into 23 bound volumes. Vinland Saga has likewise been authorized for English-language distribution by Kodansha USA.

Vinland Saga had more than 5 million copies available for use starting at 2018. In 2012, the arrangement won the 36th Kodansha Manga Award for Best General Manga.

Vinland Saga anime series adaptation by Wit Studio aired on NHK General TV from July to December 2019.


ALSO READ9 Anime Series Where The Main Character Usually Outsmarts Everyone