The success of the anime series facing off with human and god swords has even landed its own clothing line at Uniqlo.
We still do not have a long trailer for the long-awaited season 2 of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, but to start the premiere, several brief previews and an official poster have been released two years after the premiere of the first installment in 2019.
Such is the expectation that even the anime series has achieved your own clothing line at Uniqlo, the Japanese clothing brand also known for hosting all kinds of clothing from various anime, series or movies. Pants and T-shirts inspired by Demon Slayer, both for boys, girls and children, who can empty your bank account. You can see some examples below:
The second season of Demon Slayer It does not have a release date yet, but it will do so sometime later this year 2021, just like its first video game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Series S and PC, specifically on October 13.
A new plot full of mystery and adventure
This new installment is based on the Entertainment District Arc from the manga it’s based on, where demon hunters infiltrate an urban district where Tanjiro, Inosuke and Zenitsu team up with Tengen Uzui to help him find his wives.
‘Demon Slayer’: trailer, date, more Tengen Uzui and everything we know about season 2
This installment will take up the plot that housed the hit movie Guardians of the Night: Infinity Train, thus leaving behind a little the conclusive episodes of missions for a much more fluid plot in the story.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba follows the story of Kamado Tanjiro, a rather intelligent and big-hearted boy whose life changes when his family is attacked and killed by a demon named Oni. Together with his sister, he decides to go in search of this demon to finish him off, thus becoming a demon hunter.