Demon Slayer: the anime summarized in a hilarious 5-minute video

Demon Slayer: the anime summarized in a hilarious 5-minute video

Demon Slayer

An animated video of Demon Slayer, an anime adaptation of the original manga by Koyoharu Gotouge, went viral for summarizing the events of the entire first season of the anime in just under five hilarious minutes!

The fun summary video

The Demon Slayer manga is still dominating the world, in part thanks to the astonishing success of the first season of the anime. The popularity of the story grew exponentially after the release of the movie Demon Slayer: Mugen Train, which set one record after another and now fans around the world are patiently waiting for the second season of the anime. >
So, while awaiting the continuation of the adventures of Tanjiro and the other Demon Slayers, why not refresh your memory a bit by watching this funny summary video?

The video is created by the artist and animator DONUMS on YouTube that takes us on an exhilarating journey along the avenue of memories.

Demon Slayer: between manga and anime

Koyoharu Gotouge has started the serialization of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba on the weekly magazine of manga for boys Weekly Shonen Jump by Shueisha in February 2016. The series in Japan ended in May 2020. In Italy the manga is published by Star Comics, together with the first of the two novels of the franchise, Demon Slayer - Kimetsu no yaiba - Il flower of happiness (here our review!) which describes the plot as follows:

Japan, the dawn of the twentieth century. Young Tanjiro, a kind coal seller, sees his daily life upset by the extermination of his family by a demon. The only one left alive is her younger sister Nezuko, who, however, has been transformed into a demon herself. To get her back as before and take revenge on the monster who killed her mother and siblings, Tanjiro sets out on a journey with Nezuko, starting a thrilling tale of blood, swords and adventure!

The manga inspired an anime adaptation, the first season of which, by the Ufotable studio and consisting of 26 episodes, premiered in April 2019. Hikaru Kondo produced the anime, Haruo Sotozaki he was in charge of directing, Yuki Kajiura and Gō Shiina of the soundtrack, while Akira Matsushima of the character design. The Demon Slayer anime is available in Italy on VVVVID, Amazon Prime Video and Netflix.

The second season, entitled Demon Slayer, Kimetsu no Yaiba - Yukaku-hen, will be released in October 2021.

The franchise has also inspired a film, Demon Slayer: Mugen Train, released in Japanese cinemas on October 16, 2020 while in Italy it will arrive at a later date for Dynit.

Recover the first volume of Demon Slayer on Amazon!

Ninjala Celebrates Its First Anniversary With A Demon Slayer Anime Collab

This week marks the first-year anniversary of Ninjala on the Nintendo Switch. To celebrate, GungHo Online Entertainment held a special broadcast where it revealed what's ahead for the game. For starters, the developer has announced a special collaboration with the anime and manga series Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.

This themed event will take place from 19th July until 30th August and will include many new items.There's new character clothing and hairstyles based on Demon Slayer, different skins for weapons, new emotes and much more. There'll also be an in-game collaboration tournament.

Before this, Ninjala will also be hosting its first-year anniversary tournament on 17th July. This event will be simultaneously held in all regions and allows players to compete by collecting special points. The top four players will receive some special rank-exclusive rewards such as emotes and decorations.

GungHo has also shared a road map - outlining what's ahead for Ninjala in Season 6. This season only recently began and you can learn more about it in our previous post.

And if that's not enough, GungHo has announced Season 7 is on its way. It will introduce a brand new featured battle known as 'Last Ninja Standing' and Visual Lobbies (more than 8 players can enter the stage):

Are you still playing Ninjala after a year? What do you think of the latest collab? And remember, if you haven't played this game yet - it's free to download! Happy Birthday, Ninjala!

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