Pacific Rim: The Black Season 2 will be kept on Hold for a While

The anime which goes by the same name as the movie Pacific Rim directed by Guillermo del Toro is although a lot different. Pacific Rim: The Black released recently on March 4, 2021. The show got mixed reviews from the critics and audience. Comparing it with the movie, the audience was a bit disappointed by the anime series.

On the other hand, some reviews were positive claiming that the anime has the perfect mix of the movie with live-action of the giant robots in the fantasy world. The plot takes place in Australia which has been deserted after a colossal Kaiju attacktaking off behind a modest bunch of survivors to fight for themselves.

Season 2 Still On Hold

With season 1 just released, fans are eager to know what will happen next. They should not be on their toes yet because the officials have not announced any date for Season 2. But do not be sad because the anime is penned for Season 2, so it will definitely come.

Pacific Rim: The Black Season 2 will be kept on hold for a while

It makes sense why this would happen. Anime is among the foremost prevalent genre around the world, and typically an anime Pacific Rim fans have held up a really long time for. Most Netflix Original Shows take 14 months between seasons at the slightestA few of them take much longer, which may well be the case for this anime.

Cast For Season 2

Gideon Adlon and Calum Worthy to voice the characters of Hayley and Taylor once more for the English-language form. Yui Shimodaya and Yūsuke Kobayashi may return to do the Japanese voices. Some new members might be added to the cast but for now, we can hope the pre-existing cast member will return.

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Pacific Rim: The Black Season 2 will be kept on hold for a while

  • Gideon Adlon as Hayley Travis
  • Camryn Jones as Hayley Travis (young)
  • Calum Worthy as Taylor Travis
  • Cole Keriazakos as Taylor Travis (young)
  • Erica Lindbeck as Loa
  • Ben Diskin as Kaiju Boy
  • Victoria Grace as Mei
  • Andy McPhee as Shane

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