The producers of the Demon Slayer anime showcase a new teaser image and video ahead of the release of the second season of the show.
A new poster image and another teaser video have been released for Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba‘s second season, which adapts the fan-favorite Entertainment District Arc of the manga.
The new image and video were revealed as part of the much-hyped Demon Slayer livestream event, which promised to have new announcements regarding the future of the extremely popular shonen anime. Fans were hoping to receive a concrete release date for the second season of the anime, but the shows producers still have not set a final date for the premiere. Instead, Aniplex, one of the companies involved in the production of the anime, confirmed which channels the next season of the show will be available on when it does eventually air in Japan, and released a new poster and teaser image for the upcoming season.
The new teaser video features more commentary from the Sound Hashira Tengen and gives fans another glimpse of Daki, who is one of the primary antagonists of the Entertainment District Arc. The promo poster for the second season features key characters like Tanjiro and Nezuko, as well as more of Daki and Tengen. The Entertainment District Arc, sometimes referred to as the Red Light District Arc, is widely regarded as one of the better story arcs from the Demon Slayer manga, so anticipation for the anime adaptation of it is very high.
Ufotable, the animation studio that produces the Demon Slayer TV anime and that also recently made headlines after it and its president were indicted for over $1 million dollars of alleged tax evasion, also announced that the critically acclaimed and sales-record smashing Mugen Train movie will return to Japanese theaters for a limited time, from July 22 to July 29. Fans who attend screenings of the movie during this period will be given the opportunity to buy exclusive merchandise, such as a replica of the wind chime from the Rengoku household, and will be given a free art card depicting the show’s cast celebrating the Flame Hashira Kyujuro Rengoku’s birthday.
The first season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba is available for streaming on Netflix, Hulu and Funimation. The Mugen Train movie, which depicts the story arc the takes place immediately before the events of the Entertainment District Arc, is streaming exclusively on Funimation.
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