Vinland Saga has turned out to be one of the anime season’s greatest hits. The dirty shonen pursues a portion of the world’s most punctual pilgrims as they go on missions to investigate new lands, however, it appears the group will enjoy a reprieve for a piece. All things considered, there is just so much Vikings can take, and it appears tropical storms are outside of that reach.
The official Twitter page for Vinland Saga connected with a report on its next new episodes. Things being what they are, the anime will defer scene ten until September 15 because of the approaching storm set out toward Japan.
Because of the effect of Typhoon 15, the communicate of episode 10 ‘Ragnarok‘ today around evening time will be suspended because of climate-related news communicates. Episode 10 will air on Sunday, September 15.
Because of this deferral, fans can hope to hold up a couple of more days before getting an update.
The title, Vinland Saga, would bring out relationship to Vinland as depicted in two Norse sagas. Vinland Saga is, be that as it may, set in Dane-controlled England toward the beginning of the eleventh century, and highlights the Danish trespassers of England normally known as Vikings. The story joins a performance of King Cnut the Great‘s recorded ascent to control with a vengeance plot focused on the verifiable pilgrim Thorfinn, the child of a killed ex-warrior.
“Thorfinn is son to one of the Vikings’ greatest warriors, but when his father is killed in battle by the mercenary leader Askeladd, he swears to have his revenge. Thorfinn joins Askeladd’s band in order to challenge him to a duel and ends up caught in the middle of a war for the crown of England. From the creator of the classic Planetes manga comes this epic, highly-anticipated tale.”
Vinland Saga has been monetarily effective in Japan, with joined offers of 1.2 million duplicates for the first five volumes as of June 2008, and a few volumes showed up on the Taiyosha top ten best-selling manga list. The arrangement was assigned for the 2008 Manga Taisho award. In 2009, it was granted the Grand Prize in the manga division of the Japan Media Arts grants. Won the 36th Kodansha Manga Award for Best General Manga in 2012.
“(c) Makoto Yukimura, Kodansha / “Vinland Saga” Production Committee“