Twelve Burly Brawlers Join the Cast of Baki Season Two

Ongoing adaptation of Keisuke Itagaki's brutal martial arts manga returns to Netflix in Japan on June 04, 2020

Biscuit Oliva is a walking mound of muscle in a scene from the upcoming second season of the Baki Netflix original anime.

 

The second season of Netflix original anime Baki is hulking out with twelve - count `em, twelve! - additional maniacal martial arts masters joining the cast of the latest animated adaptation based on Keisuke Itagaki's brutal manga about underground fighters beating the stuffing out of one another. The new cast members include:

 

A character visual of Sea Emperor Kaku, an elderly martial artist wearing Chinese clothing and sunglasses while using a wheelchair, from the upcoming Baki anime.

 

Kenichi Ogata as Sea Emperor Kaku.

 

A character visual of Sea King Son, a burly martial artist who wears purple trousers and no shirt, from the upcoming Baki anime.

 

Yoshiyuki Kono as Sea King Son.

 

A character visual of Sea King Yoh, a martial artist with prominent eyebrows who wears a blue shirt and black trousers, from the upcoming Baki anime.

 

Yoshihiko Kawazu as Sea King Yoh.

 

A character visual of Sea Kin Chin, a shirtless martial artist posing with a wide "horse stance", from the upcoming Baki anime.

 

Daichi Endō as Sea King Chin.

 

A character visual of Sea King Jo, a martial artist with close cropped hair who is performing a piercing side kick, from the upcoming Baki anime.

 

Ryuuzo Hasuike as Sea King Jo.

 

A character visual of Sea King Moh, a portly martial artist with a mustache who wears a skull cap and Chinese clothes, from the upcoming Baki anime.

 

Hiroaki Ishikawa as Sea King Moh.

 

A character visual of Sea King Samwan, a wiry martial artist in sports trunks delivering a devastating Muy Thai kick, from the upcoming Baki anime.

 

Takanori Hoshino as Sea King Samwan.

 

A character visual of Sea King Li, a martial artist in pristine white Chinese clothes, from the upcoming Baki anime.

 

Tomoaki Ikeda as Sea King Li.

 

A character visual of Sea King Han, a shirtless martial artist delivering a fierce flying kick, from the upcoming Baki anime.

 

Satoshi Taki as Sea King Han.

 

A character visual of Sea King Jaku, a bald and bearded martial artist wearing the pants of a karate gi, from the upcoming Baki anime.

 

Yutaka Aoyama as Sea King Jaku.

 

A character visual of Shobun Ron, a villainous-looking martial artist with slicked hair and a pencil mustache who dresses in white Chinese clothes, from the upcoming Baki anime.

 

Hideaki Tezuka as Shobun Ron.

 

A character visual of Shunsei Kaku, a shirtless martial artist with long, wild, unkempt hair, from the upcoming Baki anime.

 

And Hiroki Yasumoto as Shunsei Kaku.

 

 

The original Baki manga is serialized in Akita Shoten's Weekly Shōnen Champion manga magazine. Netflix describes the story of the first season of Baki as follows:

 

Five bloodthirsty murderers escape prison and assault Tokyo. Facing them is the underground combat champion Baki Hanma, and four elite fighters. The strongest, nastiest battle, and there are no rules. Let the bloodbath begin.

 

A blood-soaked Baki poses for the key visual of the second season of the Baki Netflix original anime.

 

Baki is directed by Toshiki Hirano and features animation production by TMS Entertainment. The second season will begin streaming on Netflix in Japan on June 04, 2020.

 

Sources:

Ota-suke

MoCa

Comic Natalie

 

Copyright notice: © Keisuke Itagaki (Akita Shoten) / Baki Production Committee

 

Hime poses for a Crunchyroll ad banner.

 

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Paul Chapman is the host of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast and GME! Anime Fun Time.

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