Black Season 2 Trailer Shows Lots Of Kaiju And Mecha Action

A new trailer for Pacific Rim: The Black showcases the Jaeger battles of the second season and the conflict with the mysterious Sisterhood of the Kaiju.

Netflix released a new trailer for the second season of Pacific Rim: the black.

The preview shows more of the action from the animated series’ final season, including a battle between the series’ kaiju/human hybrid and another massive interdimensional monster, and more fights involving the show’s main Jaeger, Atlas Destroyer. The trailer also details Hayley and Taylor’s run-ins with the Kaiju Brotherhood, a strange cult that worships the kaiju. The new season of the show will premiere as a Netflix exclusive on April 19.

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The second season sees american hooliganby Calum Worthy and The Walking Dead: The Final Season‘s Gideon Adlon reprise their roles as Atlas Destroyer pilot siblings Taylor and Hayley Travis. The show also features the talents of veteran voice actors Erica Lindbeck, who video game fans may recognize from their roles in Mortal Kombat 11 and from Insomniac Spidermanand Benjamin Diskin, who played Haida in the English dub of aggretsuko and played multiple roles in naruto shippuden.

Netflix’s official synopsis summarizes the series as follows:

In the epic conclusion to the Pacific Rim: The Black (S2) series, the journey is far from over. Our brave siblings Taylor and Hayley are still waiting to reach the safety of Sydney aboard the Atlas Destroyer, the cut-down training Jaeger left behind when Australia was evacuated. With teenage assassin Mei and the mysterious human/kaiju hybrid boy joining Taylor and Hayley, this makeshift family must traverse dangerous territory controlled by the bloodthirsty cult Sisters of the Kaiju. These fanatics, led by the enigmatic High Priestess, are convinced that bOy is her long-awaited Messiah and will stop at nothing to indoctrinate him into her dark circle, something Hayley would sacrifice anything to prevent.

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Pacific Rim: the black debuted in 2021 and was created by Craig Kyle of Marvel Comics (Thor: Ragnarök) and Greg Johnson (X-Men: Evolution). The series is a spin-off of Guillero del Toro’s cult classic. Pacific Rim movies, which focus on humanity’s attempt to stop an invasion by alien settlers, who are trying to rid the planet of its current residents by sending massive city-destroying monsters known as kaiju. To fight these beasts, humanity builds its own titans in the form of the Jaegers, towering humanoid robots that require the brainpower of two perfectly timed pilots to move and fight.

In case this series wasn’t enough to satiate viewers’ appetite for giant monster fights, Netflix is ​​also preparing the second season of its popular Ultraman anime. The show, which serves as a direct sequel to the classic 1966 live-action tokusatsu series, will premiere its six-episode second season on April 14.

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