Opening songs
OP 1 - UNDERSHAFT (Maon Kurosaki)

Ending songs
ED 1 - Laterality (Nagi Yanagi)

Genre: Action

Episodes: 12

Every time I review anime sequels there's not really much to talk about that I haven't covered in its predecessor. "Jormungand: Perfect Order" is the direct sequel to the original "Jormungand", and needless to say, it continues doing what it does best. Guns, blood, murder, assassinations, a group of wacky ass gun totting mercenaries and their half-witted crazy leader. The theme that it focused on stays, and its safe to say that the anime didn't stray too far away from the first season. Also, as the story progresses, things heat up, which really gives the anime some much needed sense of urgency and tension. All while leading up to a satisfying yet thought-provoking conclusion, this sequel has done the franchise justice.

The bosses and their favorites.

Like in season 1, the sequel to "Jormungand" presents us some really kickass opening and ending songs. The opening song is "UNDERSHAFT" by Maon Kurosaki, another one of the better anison singers. It gives off a similar badass feel to "Borderland", while also introducing a dark and sexy beat which is easy to bang heads to. I prefer it over "Borderland" if you'd ask me. The ending is "Laterality" by Nagi Yanagi, which in my opinion, is also better than season 1's ending "Ambivalentidea". Its rock, and its heavy, Nagi also sounds really good. Badass songs overall.  

Rating: 8.0/10

Like most, if not all sequels, "Jormungand: Perfect Order" will appeal to those who liked the original. The story follows up nicely, the wacky yet serious personalities of the cast still remain, and everything is as it should be. The plot thickens and quickly becomes more interesting in this second season, though the overall feel of the show remains the same, and there aren't any shortage of bad ass moments, these will help viewers relive the awesome ones in the original. Not much to say here, just get ready to see some more crazy shooting and insane antics.

They're kind of like brother and sister already.

Enter Koko Hekmatyar, a young lady that lives her life as a weapons dealer, trading and selling stuff like guns, missiles, tanks and even planes. Following the events of season 1, Koko continues to live her life dangerously, surrounded by her group of mercenaries, with a young boy Jonah included. She has been planning something in secret, something in the dark that she didn't even share he plan with her trusted clue. She has been working with Dr. Minami in the shadows, cooking up a plan that she named Jormungand. While she does this she attracts plenty of important figures around the world, inclusive of the CIA head as well as assassin groups...

All up to the ending of the anime goes well. Even then, the ending isn't exactly as bad as any others say it is, its just not as clear cut as it seems. In my opinion, its a great way to end off the series, and since its so thought-provoking, it works in more ways than one. As a franchise, "Jormungand" succeeds in appealing to its target audience, and "Perfect Order" as a sequel was a great follow up to what was started.