Fans of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” have claimed that the hit TV series has been censored in China.
The popular anime, which is based on the manga series of the same name, is currently airing its second season in the East Asian country. This season is a seven-episode arc with scenes from the 2020 anime film “Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train.”
- Japanese animation studio Ufotable announced a third season for the popular anime series “Demon Slayer” via their official Twitter account on Feb. 13.
- The announcement came with a surprise visual teaser and promotional video of two new characters from the Swordsmith Village – the Love Hashira Genya Shinazugawa and the Mist Hashira Muichiro Tokito.
- The anime’s main character, Demon Slayer Tanjiro Kamado, will encounter the two Hashiras in the third season while on a journey to replace his sword.
- While “Demon Slayer” Season 2 is currently available to stream on Crunchyroll, the release date of Season 3 and the number of episodes viewers can expect have yet to be announced.
Japanese animation studio Ufotable have confirmed a third season for its popular anime series “Demon Slayer.”
Following the end of Season 2, the studio immediately announced the news via their official Twitter account on Feb. 13 with a visual teaser and video of two new characters in the Swordsmith Village Arc.
“Mortal Kombat” topped the domestic box office in the U.S., generating $23.3 million during its opening weekend, while “Demon Slayer” landed in second place.
Based on the iconic video game of the same name, the martial arts fantasy film from Warner Bros. premiered in 3,073 local theaters on April 23, according to film data tracker The Numbers.
KFC Japan has gone viral after dressing up a statue of Colonel Sanders with the attire of Tanjiro, the lead character of the hit anime and manga series “Demon Slayer.”
Anime fans took photos with a statue of Colonel Sanders, the founder of world-renowned KFC, at one of the fast-food chain’s branches at Kuki Station in the Saitama Prefecture of Japan, according to 9GAG.
“Demon Slayer: The Movie: Mugen Train,” Japan’s most successful movie to date with a gross of 32.47 billion yen ($312 million) as of December 2020, is one of the few animated films that has been submitted for the 93rd Academy Awards in February.
The 2020 anime movie will join other well-known titles being considered for the Best Animated Feature category at the Oscars, including the 2020 Pixar film “Onward,” Netflix’s “Over the Moon” and Studio Ghibli’s “Earwig and the Witch,” according to The Wrap.
Japanese television network TV Asahi recently released their first-ever list of the Top 100 manga of all time.
TV Asahi, one of Japan’s biggest television networks, conducted the “Seriously, 150,000 citizens voted! Manga General Election” survey on Jan. 3, asking Japanese citizens to vote on which manga they think is the best, according to SoraNews24.
A Taiwanese man went on a Facebook rant after breaking up with his ex-girlfriend for throwing away his collection of Nezuko “Demon Slayer” figurines, which was reportedly worth 14,000 Malaysian Ringgit ($3,400).
The unnamed man shared his experience in a Facebook group where people can post their rants about their girlfriend anonymously on Nov. 11, according to World of Buzz.