Demon Slayer Season 2: first details on the contents of the anime

Demon Slayer Season 2: first details on the contents of the anime

Demon Slayer Season 2

The first details on the contents of Season 2 of the anime adaptation of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, inspired by the manga of the same name by Koyoharu Gotouge and published in Italy by Star Comics, in the course of debut in the Autumn of 2021, emerge online on Twitter. br>

Demon Slayer Season 2: new rumors

According to what is reported online it seems that, exactly as for the first season, also the second could be composed of two parts (therefore composed of a total of 24 or 25 episodes) and, at least initially, it could retrace the events of The Mugen Train, or those of the 2020 animated feature film that served as a sequel to the first anime series.

Also from the online report, however, they could be used by the first 5/8 episodes to re-narrate the events of the animated film so as to add more details and improvements and then move on to the unprecedented narrative arc of the Yoshiwara entertainment district.

We specify that what emerged has not been properly confirmed, however the source is accredited for the manga and anime previews, so stay with us for the new updates.

Demon Slayer Season 2: the details

The second season of Demon Slayer, titled Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yukaku Hen, was announced in February of this year and is produced, as always, by Studio Ufotable with directed by Haruo Sotozaki and character design by Akira Matsushima, among others.

The events of the new series will adapt the narrative arc of the Yoshiwara entertainment district. Currently, as already reported in the opening, he does not know a fixed debut date.

The second season of the animated has also been adapted into a light novel released in Japan on July 19. Find all the details here.

Let's remember, before reaching the end credits, that the animated film Demon Slayer: The Mugen Train is available on Prime Video (Amazon) in Italy starting from July 13th. Here are the last details. (To subscribe to the Amazon Prime Video streaming service, also taking advantage of the 30-day trial, you can use this link. Take advantage of it!)

About Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

Demon Slayer - Kimetsu no Yaiba is a manga written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotouge. Consisting of 205 chapters and 23 volumes, the manga ended in May 2020. In Italy the work is published by Edizioni Star Comics with 14 volumes available (find it on Amazon).

The manga inspired an animated series that aired from April to September 2019 with 26 episodes broadcast. The anime is produced by Studio Ufotable and is legally visible, free of charge and with both Italian subtitles and Italian dubbing on VVVVID (Dynit).

The sequel to the anime materializes with an animated film that adapts the narrative arc of the training released in Japanese cinemas on October 16, 2020. In Italy it is available from July 13, 2021 for Dynit on Amazon Prime Video.

If you still don't know the work, here is a brief synopsis:

“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. Thus begins this story of blood, swords and adventure! “

'Demon Slayer' Season 2 Release Date, Trailers And More: Everything We Know So Far

Last Updated: 27th July, 2021 08:46 IST'Demon Slayer' season 2 has been confirmed by Aniplex and other distributors. Here's everything we know about the upcoming anime series so far -


Popular shonen anime series, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will return with a second season, as confirmed by Aniplex. The popular anime based on the manga series of the same name also released a feature film in 2020, titled Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train. Demon Slayer season 2 is slated to follow on from the Mugen Train anime film and is set in the Yoshiwara red-light district. 

The manga of the aforementioned anime garnered international recognition, leading to its on-screen adaptation. Demon Slayer was adapted into an anime and its first season was released in 2019, consisting of 26 episodes. The anime revolves around a young boy’s quest to save his sister amid a brutal war between humans and demons.

When does season 2 of Demon Slayer come out? 

Demon Slayer season 2 will release in 2021, however, no specific date has been confirmed. The anime's official Twitter handle announced the news in Feb 2021, with some official art featuring Uzui, who will appear prominently in the upcoming season. Aniplex also released a trailer for Demon Slayer season 2 on July 5, with English subtitles.

The trailer did not specify a date of release, however, confirmed the anime's return in 2021. On July 21, Aniplex also released a video featuring some 'key visuals' from the upcoming second season. Check it out below - 

While you wait for the upcoming season, you can watch the Demon Slayer Mugen Train film, if you haven't already. The first season continues its story in the feature film, which is important to the story and the upcoming second season. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train broke records upon its release. 

The film became Japan’s highest-grossing film ever, defeating the films Spirited Away and Titanic. It also became the second-ever anime film to hit No. 1 at the US box office. According to the box office data, the film was the first non-Hollywood movie to ever rule the global box office in cinematic history. The film also became Japan’s official submission for Best Animated Feature Film to the 93rd Academy Awards

How to watch Demon Slayer season 1 online?

For Indian fans, Demon Slayer season 1 is available on Netflix. For international fans, Aniplex USA licensed the first season in April 2019 and subsequently released it on Hulu, Crunchyroll and Funimation. Several other streaming services also licensed the show for viewers in the rest of the world. 

As for the movie, several reports back in Jan and Feb claimed that PVR was in talks for distribution rights in India. However, no official announcement has been made. As for International viewers, the film has been released on digital platforms like the Apple TV app, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, FandangoNow, Vudu, and the Microsoft Store, according to the anime's official Twitter handle. 


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