Demon Slayer Manga gets a special PV for Entertainment District

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Entertainment District Arc for the quality Demon Slayer Season 2 ended last week with an incredible finale. Thus, to mark the end of a fantastic narrative arc, Jump Comics has published a new PV for entertainment district.

Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc was one of the best ways to kick off 2022 for anime fans. The new story arc gave us A-level animation quality, which was topped off with an amazing story and voice acting. The anime broke all ratings records, but the season sadly ended after giving us 11 episodes.

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Jump Comics has released a new PV for the demon slayer manga. The one-minute PV teaser gives us a great look at all the characters in entertainment district.

The video shows us amazing moments from the manga, including Muzan meeting Daki, Tanjiro going mad against Daki, Tengen battling Gyutaro, and more. Here is; Take a good look at the official report yourself:

Of course, this special PV makes us want to rewatch season 2 once again. With this, we also can’t wait for the anime series to return with Arch of the Blacksmiths’ Village.

Everyone wants to see Tanjiro team up with the Mist Hashira and the Love Hashira against top rank five and top rank four. However, we will have to wait until next year to have new episodes of Demon slayer.

In the meantime, we can revisit the latest season by following the weekly release of the English version of Demon Slayer Season 2. Interestingly, the English dub of the first episode of entertainment district is already available to stream on Funimation.

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