Demon Slayer Art Imagines Each Of The Hashira As Upper Moons

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is over with season two, but the fandom isn’t ready to settle down just yet. As we wait for updates on season three, netizens are keeping the spark alive with all sorts of projects, from cosplays to fan fiction. Of course, that means fan artists are also staying busy, and one of them is going viral after giving the Hashira a gnarly Upper Moons makeover.

The work is courtesy of jeezartz on instagram if you haven’t heard. The user, who can be found here, makes a ton of high quality animated artwork. During demon slayer season two, jeezartz began inking the Hashira as the Upper Moons, and the posters have fans wondering just how tough those demons would really be.

Shinobu looks downright terrifying with her buggy transformation, and she even gets purple markings to display her Higher Moon status. Kanroji gets delicate rose tattoos to showcase his strength while Ginyuu rocks blue horns and wavy marks. Obani is pretty much a pure nightmare with their demonic serpents while Rengoku’s flames burn bitterly on his own skin. Yuichiro has an understated makeover with two slightly glowing horns while Tengen is the definition of flash with his red-tipped horns. And of course, Sanemi and Gyotomei bring the gang together with some very intricate Upper Moon marks.

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As you can see, the Hashira are just as scary as the Upper Moons, if not more so. the demon slayer The gang are said to be the strongest Hashira for a century, so you can imagine what kind of strength they would have as demons. So if the franchise ever wants to explore a hypothetical one-shot where the Hashiras are filmed, well – let’s just say fans wouldn’t care.

What do you think of these magnificent High Moon makeovers? Can you imagine a world where the Hashira were exposed Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or hit me up on Twitter @MeganPetersCB.