Ragna Crimson Anime Adaptation Announced for 2023

People have long been enthralled by the dark-shonen genre. Ragna Crimson, the dark fantasy manga by Daiki Kobayashi, is now in production as an anime adaptation. Several reliable sources, including Twitter insider @MangaMoguraRE, have leaked the fact that an animated version of Ragna Crimson is in the works. According to a Weibo user who is known to be trustworthy, the anime Ragna Crimson may be arriving soon.

It will certainly be the next big hit anime if the animation is good. If Daiki Kobayashi’s dark fantasy manga is announced now, it is projected to premiere on television in 2023. The Black Clover movie and the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen will both premiere in 2013.

Even though the Ragna Crimson anime based on Kobayashi’s writing was never announced, this is unofficial news for now.

Ragna Crimson
Ragna Crimson

Dark fantasy, thrills, reality, and action are all there in Ragna Crimson manga. Daiki Kobayashi is the author and illustrator of this work. It has been published by Square Enix since 2017 and is being serialized in the Monthly Gangan Joker Magazine. Starting in February 2021, Square Enix plans to publish English-language manga. GC Joker has released nine tankonbon volumes of the manga so far. The manga is nearing its end and is expected to wrap up soon.

While you wait for the official announcement, check out the English Subbed Manga Trailer for ‘Ragna Crimson’.

Daiki Kobayashi has rekindled the dark flame of imagination via his work. Dragons rule the sky, land, and sea in this world he has created for mankind. A place where humans are continually in danger of being wiped out by massive dragons.

Ragna, a dragon hunter, sets out on a revenge-fueled mission to rid the world of that threat. Ragna and Leonika are completely focused on their hunt. The protagonist, on the other hand, must possess enormous strength in order to fight with these winged animals, which he acquires from his future self at a crucial juncture. Are you already reading the manga and eagerly awaiting the anime adaptation of Ragna Crimson?

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