When Will ‘Kengan Ashura’ Part 2 be on Netflix?

Review Ethan / 2022-11-17 09:34:37

Netflix finally has Kengan Ashura available for streaming after a long and painful wait! It’s been a long time coming but after months, if not years of waiting fans will ultimately binge Kengan Ashura in a matter of days. Fans will be wondering when part two of Kengan Ashura part 1 will air. There are only twelve episodes in the first part. Well, allow us to help you with that and let’s find out when we can expect to see Kengan Ashura part 2 on Netflix.

Kengan Ashura, a Netflix Original Martial-Arts Anime, is based on Yabako Sandrovich's manga. The manga’s serialization began in 2012, running for 236 chapters, 26 volumes and concluded in August 2018. Larx Entertainment was the studio responsible for Kengan Ashura's production. They had only previously worked on two titles and were then assigned to be the producers of the Original anime. Although it took some time to adapt an anime, the final decision was made by fans after Ura Sunday published a poll asking for suggestions.

Gladiator combat has been a part of Japanese history since the Edo period. The arenas host the wealthy, powerful and greedy businessmen who hire gladiators to fight for them in winner-takes-all matches. Tokita Ohma is a newcomer to the fight scene. He joined the arenas, and quickly decimated his opponent. Many fighters lined up to fight Tokita Ohma. His ability to defeat opponents and skill has drawn attention to him. Tokita Ohma, fighting for the Yamashita Trading Co. participates in the Kengan Annihilation Tournament. With even more gladiators to fight Tokita Ohma can’t wait to test his might.

What time will the second part of Kengan Ashura air on Netflix?

On the 31st October 2019, Kengan Ashura's next season will drop!

What percentage of manga is part 1?

Our prediction of part 1 ending at the Kengan Annihilation Tournament's first round was correct.

With the conclusion of Muteba Gizenga and Meguro Masaki’s fight, this covers roughly 73 chapters of the manga.

There are many minor plot points that were not covered in the anime, but they should be. It would have been possible to add many more episodes if the anime had covered all the panels of the manga.

Muteba Gizenga (Kengan Ashura) – Copyright. Larx Entertainment

What volume of manga part 2 would you cover?

There are 237 chapters in the manga so only one third has been covered by anime.

We won’t go into spoiler territory but we predict that the anime will cover up to chapter 140 or chapter 152.

Because the fights are so significant and amazing, it is no surprise that they take place.

Part 3 of the series will it be over?

Based on how many pages have been read, Kengan Ashura should be concluded in three sections.

There’s no confirmation on the number of parts the anime will air but three makes the most sense.

Have subscribers enjoyed Kengan Ashura?

Subscribers have a lot of issues with Kengan Ashura's art style:

We have already mentioned that a large portion of manga story has been removed from anime to make way for fight scenes.

Netflix’s marketing definitely has to improve.

There are still many subscribers who love to binge Kengan Ashura, despite what might seem like some negative comments.

Is Kengan Ashura going to have another season?

Each ‘part’ can be acknowledged as a ‘season’ for the anime.  But if you were to identify three parts as one season overall, then no, it’s very unlikely that the series will go beyond part three. Because Kengan Ashura's source material will be covered.

Kengan Ashura does have a sequel manga serialization, titled Kengan Omega. Kengan Omega has only 26 chapters at the time this article was written.

Every week, Kengan Omega releases a new chapter. There should be sufficient source material for at least one Kengan Omega season by the time Netflix finishes Kengan Ashura.

Narushima Koga from Kengan Omega – Copyright. Shogakukan

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