Award-Winning Animated Series, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Getting a Second Season

Demon Slayer Season 2 Finally Gets New Trailer & Vague Release Date

Demon Slayer: Kimestu no Yaiba season 2 cover art

By Allison Diaz

As 2021 just begins, it has been announced that Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, will be getting a second season. No exact date has been released for the second season of Demon Slayer, but it is safe to say that it will come out sometime in 2021. The announcement was confirmed during the Demon Slayer Matsuri Online-Anime 2nd Anniversary Festival. 

The cast and crew from the previous season and movie will be returning to adapt Tokyo’s red-light district arc, which is the sequel of the Mugen Train arc.

Many fans are delighted to hear about Demon Slayer: Kimestu no Yaiba getting a second season. 

“I’m excited for the newest season of Demon Slayer,” Sophomore Sol Lucas says, anticipating the new season of Kimetsu no Yaiba. “After watching the movie, I was a little more intrigued, and now I can’t wait till the next season comes out.” 

Another fan also shares her excitement about Demon Slayer, one of her favorite series, getting a new season. 

“I think Demon Slayer getting a second season is really nice. I’m excited to see how the story continues to develop and I can’t wait to see my favorite characters again,” says Sophomore Odalis Torres who is also thrilled by the announcement. 

As fans from all over the world wait for the second season, North Americans are also waiting for the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie, Mugen Train, which is the pre-sequel to Demon Slayer season 2, to be released. No exact date has been announced but it is said to come out in early 2021. 

Despite the fact that the Demon Slayer movie, Mugen Train, has not been released worldwide, the movie quickly became the highest-grossing anime film and Japanese film of all time. The movie has also been submitted for an Oscar nomination. 

Demon Slayer is a Japanese anime television series that follows a young boy, Tanjiro, whose family was slaughtered by demons, as he tries to save his sister, Nezuko, who was turned into a demon. The main character gets involved with the Demon Slayer Corps who have been fighting Demons for a long time. Will Nezuko become human again? Who will they meet on their adventure? 

The first season consists of 26 episodes and it is streamed on Crunchyroll, Funimation, Netflix, and Hulu.

If you have not yet watched Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, it is recommended by fans to watch it before the Mugen Train movie and the second season get released. 

“Yes, I would recommend it to someone, but it would depend on the person. If a person likes a good storyline, good animation, and likes fighting and demons, then yes, I would recommend it,” says Sophomore Sol Lucas. He also states that the series is a “Top tier anime.”

Other fans also express their love of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba and express how much they enjoyed the series. 

“I enjoyed the series…because it is meaningful and taught me many things. The animation is also beautiful and amazing to look at,” says Sophomore Luis Navarro who was astonished by its beautiful concept. 

“What I enjoyed the most about Demon Slayer: Kimesto no Yaiba was the storyline,” says Sophomore Odalis Torres who rewatched Demon Slayer 7 times. “It was well developed and animated beautifully. During their journey to becoming powerful members of the Demon Slayer Corps, the characters gain plenty of wisdom that helps [to] further their character development. Each character had their unique ability, power, and problems to resolve and everything was well made. Each episode was more and more interesting which made it addicting to watch.”

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