Fans will once again focus on their breathing as Demon Slayer season 2 premiered on Netflix on 10th October. Demon Slayer took the world by storm when it first came out.
The manga started in 2016 has already grossed $2.8 billion from anime, manga sales, figurines, etc. Ufotable studio was behind the anime, and they have done a good job with the animation and character design.
The story follows Tanjiro Kamado and his younger sister Nezuko, who has turned into a demon even after surviving the attack. The government does not recognize the Demon Slayer Corps, but only they can fight demons. Thus, the war between humans and demons is secret.
A member of the Demon Slayer Corps, who they met just after the attack on their family, advised them to join the Demon Slayer Corps. They take his advice and embark on a journey to find a cure for Nezuko’s condition.
What to expect from Demon Slayer Season 2?
The anime will adapt the Mugen Train film in the latest season as a seven-episode arc by the same name. This will help the fans who missed the Mugen Train movie get onboard. Fans who wish to start from the “Entertainment District” arc can now watch the anime. It was dropped on the streaming platform on December 5.
The “Mugen Train” arc will contain some new scenes and an entire episode focussing on Kyojuro Rengoku (Flame Hashira). Fans will get to know more of the “flamboyant” Tengen Uzui (Sound Hashira). He leads our dynamic quad through the bustling town of Yoshiwara to fight against Daki (Upper Moon Six).
In the Tanjiro Kamado, Unwavering Resolve Arc, we meet a bunch of cool characters. The primary ones include Tanjiro, Zenitsu, Inosuke, and Nezuko. The ones which will be crucial to the story later are the nine Hashiras and the Master of Demon Slayer Corps.
From the villains, Muzan (leader of the Twelve Demon Moons), the Twelve Demon Moons, and Tamayo (doctor) are important. Supporting characters like Sakonji, the sword maker, and other former Hashiras will have cameos.
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Apart from the unreal animation of the sword fights, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is popular for its amazing music tracks and theme songs. Thus, fans will be eagerly waiting to jam to the new openings as they hone their breathing.