Demon Slayer is one of the most well known series in the entirety of Japan, and it’s anything but a loyal army of fans around the world. The franchise, which welcomed its anime adaptation a few years back, remains as one of the highest-grossing to handle the manga industry. Furthermore, presently, it seems like two promotions for the second season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba have surfaced.
The pictures appear to hail from Aniplex itself as the organization is getting ready for its trip at Anime Expo 2021. The U.S. event will highlight a whole panel devoted to the organization’s roster of shows, and indeed, that incorporates Demon Slayer. So when two new stills from the show’s second season hit social media, not very many were amazed.
The Demon Slayer stills were taken from actual season two footage. Tanjiro and the gang don’t appear in these frames, yet that approves of fans. All things considered, an alternate warrior comes into focus with these stills, and it is as a matter of fact the Sound Hashira himself!
The frames give fans a nearby glance at Tengen Uzui in the entirety of his smooth magnificence. As should be obvious, the kid is displayed in one still with his jeweled hand band turned towards the screen, and it’s anything but a decent glance at his inked left eye. With his white hair slicked back, Tengen looks stylish with his arm bangles and piercings. Furthermore, indeed, Zenitsu will be similarly as fixated on this Hashira as we as a whole are!
Asides from these new casings and a past teaser trailer, fans think minimal about Demon Slayer season two. The show vows to occur following the events of Demon Slayer’s first film, and Mugen Train finished with one hell of a cliffhanger. Tanjiro might be more grounded than any time in recent memory now, however it came at the expense of Kyojuro Rengoku. What’s more, with the Flame Hashira out of commission, who knows what is available for the Sound Hashira nowadays.
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