A prominent member of the Vinland Saga film crew revealed the third part of the chapter with a unique illustration.
Takahiko Abiru, character designer for the popular Viking anime, announced on Twitter that the series will return after the end of Season 2. He stated that “Thorfinn’s journey will continue”, along with image of characters and logos for Vinland Saga Part 3. There are no official reports of an anime renewal at the time of writing. However, more information will be reported as it is released.
The striking illustration shows Thorfinn, the main character of the series, standing in front of a bright but cloudy sky. He wears a blue tunic with a white cape. Beside him was the chapter logo written in white with three lines of blue hidden inside, hinting at Season 3. The comments were filled with admiration for Abiru and the series itself, many of which thank the designer for his work.
Abiru also took the time to express her appreciation to everyone who helped create the performance. He commended his staff, whom he thanked for “being able to keep working on this piece without giving up” and expressed his appreciation for fans of the series. story. Other members of staff, including the producer and art director, also expressed their love for the project, drawing attention to its “timeless” themes. .
Vinland Saga, originally written by Makoto Yukimura, recently concluded its second season with an episode titled “Home”. The finale marks the climax of the “Slave” season, as Thorfinn is enslaved on a farm after the events of Season 1. There, he meets Einar, a slave friend, and the two do. work to gain freedom before becoming embroiled in an epic conflict with Prince Canute. The installment was well received by fans and critics alike, although many criticized it for its lack of action and slow pacing.
Upcoming season 3 will include a “Exploring the East” season, which follows Thorfinn and his crew as they attempt to raise funds for an expedition to Vinland before becoming embroiled in a civil war in the Jomsvikings. The anime is produced by Studio MAPPA, who took over production from Wit Studio after Season 1.
Vinland Saga is available to stream on Crunchyroll. The manga volumes are available for purchase at most bookstores.