The popular new anime Studio MAPPA Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku has been refreshed for a second season.
A report from Comic Book has revealed that the action-focused anime, which premiered in the spring, will be returning for Season 2. The announcement comes with a trailer for clips from previous episodes and confirmation. get innovation. There is no official release date at the time of writing, but reports will be made available upon receipt.
Hell’s Paradise is the most popular anime series of 2023
Hell’s Paradise is one of the most popular anime projects of 2023 so far. The show recently concluded its first season with Episode 13, “Dream and Reality,” which ended with the reveal of a new character. Fans of the series have praised the project for its slick action sequences, creative use of gore, unique visuals, and unexpected moments. It is also closely connected with Jujutsu Kaisen and Chainsaw Man as members of the “Dark Shonen Trio”, a new collection of influential modern animation properties.
Season 2 will continue the current anime adaptation from the “Lord Tensen” season. This is the second-longest in the manga, spanning 43 chapters, with the next “Horai” section surpassing it with 51. The latest episode of the anime is already halfway through Chapter 45, leaving plenty of material to adapt in the next chapter. next part.
What is Heaven and Hell?
The anime, based on a manga written and illustrated by Yuji Kaku, is about a powerful shinobi named Gabimaru the Hollow. Gabimaru was sentenced to death but somehow survived all attempts at his life. However, his ability to survive is soon put to the test when he is nearly beheaded at the hands of a skilled executioner, Yamada Asaemon Sagiri. He and Sagiri are then sent to a dangerous island in search of the “Elixir of Life”, along with a group of prisoners sentenced to death. However, this royal battle for the Elixir soon turns into a struggle against fearsome creatures and seemingly invincible gods.
The Hell’s Paradise manga series ends in January 2021 with Chapter 127, collected into 13 Volumes. Kaku continued after the end of the series to create a new serialization project for Weekly Shōnen Jump called Ayashimon. However, publication canceled the manga after just 25 chapters in May 2022.
Studio MAPPA’s cartoons are available to watch on Crunchyroll. Additionally, Kaku’s manga is accessible through VIZ Media.