The final episode of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – the QYoshiwara Entertainment Department (Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yukaku-hen) aired last week and Jump Comics has decided to give fans a special video to commemorate the conclusion of the show together with the announcement of the season 3 of the anime that will adapt the narrative arc of the Swordsmen Village (Katanakaji no Sato-Hen).
Here is the commemorative video created by Jump Comics:
The commemorative video is one minute long and was posted on the Youtube channel Jump Comics official. Thanks to it we can relive some of the most important moments of the second season of Demon Slayer.
Watch the video below:
About the second season of Demon Slayer
There second season of Demon Slayer was announced in February of this year and is produced, as always, by Ufotable studio with the direction Of Haruo Sotozaki and the character design Of Akira Matsushimaamong others.
The first episode aired after the film’s anime transposition Demon Slayer: The Mugen Trainfeaturing nearly 70 unreleased scenes, new and new music preview never seen the cinema before. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – the QYoshiwara Entertainment Department introduced new Aimer’s songs: the opening theme Zankyosanka and the final theme Asa ga kuru. He also introduced several new characters and voice actors, such as Ryota Osaka in the role of Gyutaro e Kazuhiko Inoue as the mysterious swordsman from Muzan’s past.
The Demon Slayer franchise: Kimetsu no Yaiba
Koyoharu Gotouge he threw Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba on Weekly Shonen Jump Of Shueisha in February 2016. The manga ended in May 2020. In Italy is published by Star Comics and you can find it on Amazon.
The manga inspired an anime series, produced by Ufotable studiowhose first season aired from April to September 2019 with 26 episodes broadcast and visible both with Italian subtitles and Italian dubbing on VVVVID; it is also available on Amazon Prime Video and on home video thanks to Dynit.
The film is also part of the franchise Demon Slayer: The Mugen Trainavailable on Amazon Prime Video.