Demon Slayer Season 2: new trailer and details on the contents of the anime

Demon Slayer Season 2: new trailer and details on the contents of the anime

Demon Slayer Season 2

As known, the Season 2 of the anime of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, entitled Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba - Yoshiwara's Entertainment Quarter (Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yukaku-hen), will officially start on December 5, 2021, but it will be initially anticipated by 7 weekly episodes in the course of debut on October 10.

Crunchyroll has released a new trailer to promote the transmission of the anime series which reveals a compilation of the contents that we will see (mentioned above), with of the details in particular on the 7 episodes.

Demon Slayer Season 2: new trailer and details on the contents of the anime

The first episode will narrate a completely original event all focused on the journey of Rengoku Kyojuro after leaving the headquarters of the demon-killing officers to carry out the mission on the Mugen train. The remaining six episodes, on the other hand, will explore on television the animated film by Demon Slayer: The Mugen Train with almost 70 unreleased scenes, new music and new previews never seen before in cinema.

At the conclusion of the 6 episodes, once again, the stage will be left to Season 2 which will narrate the events of Yoshiwara's Entertainment District with the first episode lasting an hour.

Here are the sequences of the trailer:

Regarding the music, both the opening and the ending of the television broadcast of the film will be edited by LiSA. The singer-songwriter will sing Ake Boshi for the incoming music and Shirogane for the closing. With regard to Season 2, however, Aimer will perform both the opening with the piece Sankyo Sanka and the ending entitled Asa ga Kuru.

Demon Slayer Season 2: other details

Season 2 of the successful anime series, obviously inspired by the manga of Koyoharu Gotouge, will accompany us for two quarters between Autumn 2021 and Winter of 2022. It was announced in February of this year and is produced, as always, by Studio Ufotable with the direction of Haruo Sotozaki and the character design of Akira Matsushima, among others.

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

In case you can't wait until October, we invite you to watch Demon Slayer: The Mugen Train. The animated film is available on Prime Video (Amazon) in Italy starting July 13. 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 15 volumes available (find it on Amazon).

The manga inspired a series animated broadcast 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 in her vault. 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!

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