Vinland Saga season 2 anime is set to be released on January 2023, and the staff behind it just had an interview where they shared some exciting updates.
The interview is live on the anime’s official website, and the director of the series Shuhei Yabuta opened up about the greatest person expansion of season two. It was there the group behind season two got serious about the show’s return one year from now, and Yabuta made it clear the series will depend intensely on the newbie Einar when it returns.
“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,”
The creator of the manga Makoto Yukimura said the following:
“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.