After a long wait, Demon Slayer Season 2 trailer is now out. Does it mean fans are about to see the new season hitting the small screens soon?
Fans will once again see Tanjiro slaying as many demons as he can in Demon Slayer Season 2. After the success of the Mugen Train movie, the anime will continue from where the film ended.
In the new season's preview, via BlockToro, Tanjiro and his team attack a particular area where they slay a lot of demons. However, doing this thing is not as easy as it looks.
Later, a mysterious woman is revealed, and she may be the new villain that Tanjiro will try to defeat. Fortunately, he will get the help of Zenitsu, Inosuke, Nezuko, and Tengen Uzui.
They will all do their best to fight all the demons without any mistakes. Is there any chance for them to turn into demon themselves in Demon Slayer Season 2?
In Demon Slayer Season 1, Tanjiro became a new demon slayer to look for a cure that could make his sister, Nezuko, return to her human estate. As he began his journey, he encountered a lot of demons and met fellow demon slayers who helped him and Nezuko hone their skills.
After two years of training, CBR noted Tanjiro realized more people needed his help aside from his sister. The King of Demons, Muzan Kibutsuji, continuously wreaked havoc all over modernized Japan and recruited more Demons to his cause.
At the end of it, Tanjiro, Nezuko, Zenitsu, and Inosuke found themselves on their way to a new mission in the movie Mugen Train. Here, the four joined the Flame Hashira Kyojuro Rengoku to kill a demon that had taken over 40 demon slayers down while on the train.
Aside from the demon, they met a number of Twelve Kizuku-Enmu members-- the Lower Rank One, and Akaza, the Upper Moon Three. Though they had defeated Enmu and managed to stop the train, Kyojuro died before Akaza escaped, Screenrant.
However, Tanjiro made him the winner of the fight due to Akaza's cowardice despite his death. From here, the story of Demon Slayer Season 2 would continue.
Anyhow, the second season's release date is yet to be announced. But with the coming of the new season's trailer, it is expected to be out soon--anytime this 2021.
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