Excited about the Blue Lock Season 2 Release Date? I am gonna need Blue Lock Season 2 injected into my veins, but truthfully, this was actually a lot better of a topping point than I was anticipating, I mean, based on the comments of tons of Blue Lock subreddit last week, thinking it is gonna shut off in the middle of the match, bug cliffhanger… go read the manga… maybe a year later they will confirm the second season, NO! they just showed up that this is going up against the world’s best.
The first goal, while it does show promise, especially if we have characters like Rin Itoshi, they are not even close to being ready to go up against the big dogs, and the fact that they got five goals lickety-split rapid succession, it puts them into place, it is easy to get lost in the idea that when you challenge the Barou, or you challenge the Rin of the Blue Lock experience, that is the goal.
If we get there, if we surpass this, Isagi will truly be in a position to be the world’s best someday, and then you actually go against the world’s best. It is reminded that these characters are just a small mountain where Everest is not available right now, but what a gamble to end this season on; if we lose here, Blue Lock is over, Blue Lock is completely done.
We are down to 35 people, and now we will try to steal the U20 team for ourselves, and if that doesn’t pump you for season 2, then I don’t know what would.
Blue Lock Season 1 Ending
In my opinion, the anime is a little hit or miss for the most part. I am honestly gonna say I am not disappointed with where we left off. I thought this was the perfect spot to end off season 1; not only did we get to finish up the second selection, along with the World Five Game, and see everybody that actually made it through the second selection, but the amount of story beats that got touched on in one episode is honestly insane.
In addition to that, it also set the grand stage for the next arc, that being the Japan U20 Game. We see the end sequences of the World Five Game, which is basically the slaughtering of the world five, Dada Silva is too big, Loki is too fast, Adam Blake is too straight, and then Luna is just Luna. You can not say much about that guy.
The game ends, and we see our five men walk off discouraged, but something that they took away from the game was the newfound egoism as well as confidence in themselves, as they must face off against these five players, who up until this point seemed as some of the world’s best who they had only watched on TV.
There was specifically, even though it is pretty far away from becoming the world’s number one striker, actually seems possible at the moment, which just goes to show you all these guys want to do is get backs. Following the Worl Five Game, the 5v5’s little ego is synonymously meeting, and we get an announcement that the second selection has finally ended, 35 total players remaining, seven total teams, all trying to become the number one striker in the world.
Blue Lock Season 2 Release Date
Blue Lock season one is officially over after the release of 24 episodes. After the manga series, the anime adaptation also gained a lot of popularity and appreciation around the world. This is the reason why fans are eagerly waiting for the release of the second season.
As of now, there is not any official release date announced for the upcoming Blue Lock Season 2, but it seems that the next season is going to be premiered in the Autumn of 2024.
Considering the popularity of the show, and the release of the latest teaser on March 25th, the anime production team will be launching a new season soon. Along with the announcement of Blue Lock Season 2, the official Twitter handle of the production also announced the anime adaptation of Blue Lock one-shot, Episode Nagi, in the form of a movie.
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