Demon Slayer launches one of his craziest collectibles

The second season of Demon Slayer ended the storytelling of the Mugen Train arc, the story of which saw Koyoharu Gotouge’s animated series Shonen adaptation take the number one animated film spot. all time. In the Entertainment District arc, Tanjiro and his friends attempt to stop a higher level demon who has the uncanny ability to trap people inside his belt and use it as a devastating offensive weapon. One of the weirder elements of this new storyline has received a new collectible that focuses on Uzui’s weird helpers.

Tengen Uzui, the Hashira of sound who called on Tanjiro, Inosuke and Zenitsu not only to face the demonic threat but also to save the lives of his three wives. Uzui, earlier in the arc, introduced the young members of the Demon Slayer Corps to his Ninju, a group of buffalo mice who normally follow his instructions and help him with important tasks. Also known as ‘Shino Buff Mice’, these little rodents might not be the ones to deal the final blow to the savage threats to Tengen and his allies in the Entertainment District, but their appearance has certainly caught the attention of many fans who follow the second season of Demon Slayer.

Meccha Japan is currently offering a smartphone holder with the buffalo mice ready to hold a cell phone, hoping to capitalize on their popularity born out of the Entertainment District arc of Demon Slayer which sees Tanjiro and his friends battling the level demon. superior known as Daki:

Ufotable has yet to confirm what shape the future of Demon Slayer will take, whether through a third season or a new movie, although it’s entirely possible that we will see both. as we did via the Mugen Train Arc. Koyoharu Gotouge’s manga has already come full circle to the story of Tanjiro and the Corps of Demon Slayers, leaving many fans wondering how many more TV seasons the series will receive before they bow out, though, given the popularity of franchise, maybe new items will be created to extend the story of young monster hunters.