The second season of Demon Slayer currently tells the story of the Entertainment District Arc, which sees Tanjiro, Inosuke, and Zenitsu following Sound Hashira Tengen Uzui’s banner.
While the major players have had a role to play, Nezuko Kamado has yet to be revealed in this new story, although a fan has created a new cosplay to help celebrate the holiday spirit, since the young woman is still one of the most powerful allies of her brother Tanjiro.
Previously, The Truth News shared 10 other amazing Nezuko cosplay identical to the anime. On this occasion, we received one inspired by Tanjiro’s beautiful sister with her Christmas outfit.
Nezuko Kamado Christmas Cosplay
Instagram cosplayer Taliverse shared this new take on Nezuko, getting into the Christmas spirit as the young woman tries to keep her demonic nature at bay by saving humans instead of eating them like her fellow demons who are currently at the beck and call of their leader Muzan.
While the main story of the anime does not focus on the holidays, a special post-credits scene was played during the last episode where Zenitsu tries to have a Christmas party where he can spend some time alone with his love. life, Nezuko.
Pulling them out of their world of demon slaughter, this new story sees members of the Corps hilariously showing up at Zenitsu’s doorstep, ruining his plans. The funniest part of the side adventure comes in the form of Inosuke, as he demands that Zenitsu explain what Christmas is to him while he is ready to fight to learn such information.
While Nezuko may not have played a major role in the Entertainment District Arc yet, she will definitely have a role to play in this hilarious arc that also has some serious demons waiting behind the scenes.
Given that Demon Slayer is still one of the biggest Shonen series released in recent years, it will be interesting to see how many additional series and / or movies are released to cover the stories that are left with the manga already coming to an end.
As the members of the Demon Slayer Squad grow stronger, Nezuko is doing the same by learning more of the abilities at his disposal thanks to his demonic side.
Where can you see Demon Slayer?
You can watch the Demon Slayer anime from Crunchyroll and read the manga from Shueisha’s MANGA Plus app. The creator Koyoharu Gotouge ended the manga in early 2020, while the anime is airing new episodes of its second season.