Kengan Ashura: Netflix has revealed the month in which the premiere of season 2 will arrive
7 months ago Netflix confirmed that the second season (2) of Kengan Ashura It will arrive in 2023. Now, as a preamble to the trailer that will debut on Netflix in AnimeJapan 2023, the release date of the first episode (1) of the second season (2) of the ‘anime’ has been revealed. Kengan Ashura.
When does the second season (2) of the ‘anime’ Kegan Ashura come out on Netflix?
Through a promotional image, released together with the programming that Netflix will have in its space in AnimeJapan 2023, it has been revealed when the second season (2) of Kegan Ashura. So, if you can’t wait to see the end of the Kengan Annihilation Tournament, we tell you that Season 2 of Kengan Ashura serpa released in September 2023 exclusively for our region on Netflix.
Stay tuned for GamerFocus’ coverage on AnimeJapan 2023 so you don’t miss the premiere of the first trailer for the new season of Kengan Ashura. In addition, it is likely that during AnimeJapan 2023, Netflix will reveal what is the release date in September of the new season (2) of Kengan Ashura.
What is the story of Kengan Ashura?
Those wondering what the history of ‘anime’ is Kengan Ashura from Netflix should know that it focuses on a martial arts tournament, which is held annually. The most powerful companies in the world participate in this fair, which hire their fighters to represent them in the Kengan Tournament. Some of the participating companies are inspired by big names: Nentendo, Penasonic and Tochigi Destiny Land. The latter is a fairly direct reference to Disney.
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At GamerFocus there is a space for each of Netflix’s popular fighting anime. So beyond asking yes Kengan Ashura is better than Baki either Shumatsu no Valkyrie (Record of Ragnarok) Let’s enjoy getting to know these three ‘shonen’ that have captured the attention of the Latin American public.
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