“Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”: how was the reappearance of Rengoku

What happened in “Demon Slayer” 2×08? The “Kimetsu no Yaiba” anime had one of the most emotional moments on Sunday, January 23, when chapter 8 of its season 2 premiered through Crunchyroll and other platforms. The story is set in the fight between Tengen Uzui and the sixth Crescent Moon, made up of Daki and Gyutaro. Also, Tanjiro, Inosuke, and Zenitsu joined in supporting the Pillar of Sound.

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In the most recent chapters of the Koyoharu Gotōge story, it was seen how Plate could push back at the, the demon who was disappearing people and to whom Uzui I was following his trail.

The fight, however, is complicated when Tanjiro collapses exhausted. Nezuko entered his awakened form and almost irreversibly becomes a demon trying to eat a human.

Tanjiro was able to restrain her and put her to sleep, while Gyutaro introduced himself as Daki’s brother. The real fight, then, began for the villains and the matademonios. But the amazing animation of chapter 8 also had an emotional moment with Rengoku as the protagonist.

Tengen Uzui during his fight with Gyutaro and Daki. (Photo: Ufotable)


The appearance of Rengoku, the Pillar of Fire who died in Mugen Train, occurred in the Post-credits scene from “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” Season 2 Chapter 8. In the preview of what the next episode will bring, Tengen Uzui y Rengoku conversan briefly.

Anime fans considered it best post credits scene so far because of the emotion they experienced when Rengoku was heard telling him to protect Tanjiro, Inosuke y Zenitsu, in addition to teasing the Pillar of Sound on the subject of his wives.

In the development of the new installment it was seen how Tengen compares himself to Rengoku while he fights, poisoned, against the brothers at the Y Gyutaro. Tanjiro also remembers his master when he observes the Hashira’s will to fight. For this reason, the aforementioned post-credit scene did not feel forced at all, but quite the opposite: it touched the sensitive wound that fans have due to the departure of the Pillar of Fire.

Rengoku and Tengen during chapter 8 of "Kimetsu no Yaiba".  (Photo: Ufotable)
Rengoku and Tengen during “Kimetsu no Yaiba” chapter 8. (Photo: Ufotable)


In addition, the eighth chapter of the second season of “Demon Slayer” premiered on Sunday, January 23 in Japan and the United States through Fumination, Crunchyroll Y Hulu.

In case you have free account On Crunchyroll, the new chapter of the anime will be available a week later with original subtitles.

Gyutaro in Season 4 of "Kimetsu no Yaiba".  (Photo: Ufotable)
Gyutaro in season 4 of “Kimetsu no Yaiba”. (Photo: Ufotable)


On the other hand, season 2 of the anime of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” has a total of 18 episodes, according to official production information. The fiction starring Tanjiro Kamado premiered on Sunday, December 5, new episodes of entertainment district arc, which continues what happened in the infinity train arc.

The second season from japanese fiction is divided into the first seven episodes that make up what is seen in the film “Mugen Ressha-hen”, plus additional content. While the next 11 chapters will tell the adventures of the matademonios in the Entertainment District bow.

This is how the story of the manga of “Kimetsu no Yaiba” for television, which has generated divided opinions because many expected them to appear 24 chapters in this installment. However, most have been glad to see Plate, Nezuko, Zenitsu e Inosuke on the screen.

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