Demon Slayer Hypes season three announcement with new poster

Demon Slayer the second season was a doozy, with Tanjiro and friends losing a valuable ally as a result of the Mugen train closing and taking serious footage as a result of the Entertainment District arc. While the third season hasn’t been given a release date yet, that could change with the arrival of this year’s Jump Festa, with Ufotable, the studio behind the popular series, releasing a new poster to get fans excited for the future by bringing us back. bring to the past.

The next arc in which will be seen Demon Slayer anime adaptation is the Swordsmith Village Arc, featuring a fresh take on two new Hashira that haven’t yet received the same spotlight as Rengoku the Flame Hashira and Tengen the Sound Hashira. Although Tanjiro and his friends have already battled powerful demons such as Gyutaro and Daki, these demonic siblings are just the tip of the iceberg. Should season three of the anime adaptation tie in closely with the events of the manga, Muzan and his demon henchmen will take center stage in the early episodes of the anime’s comeback, proving how over their heads the Demon Slayer Corps are currently is.

Demon Slayer: Back to the Past

Ufotable took the opportunity to share a new poster for the Mugen Train Arc, which not only got its only storyline through the Demon Slayer anime series, but also worked its way to the top of the box office charts and became the number one anime movie of all time:

Shockingly enough, despite Demon Slayer Due to its huge popularity, Koyoharo Gotouge’s manga came to an end years ago, ending Tanjiro and Nezuko’s long journey. With the number of stories the anime can tell limited by this fact, Ufotable has kept a check on how many more seasons and/or movies fans can expect. On the manga front, the mangaka who founded the Soul Society hasn’t revealed any plans to return to the Demon Slayer Corps, but it may only be a matter of time before we see new stories emerge from this Shonen universe.

What do you think of this new poster that takes us back to the Mugen train? Feel free to let us know in the comments or call me directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk about all things comics, anime, and the world of the Demon Slayer Corps.

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