Kimetsu no Yaiba is heating up this week with a new episode, and manga readers have been waiting for its release all this time. After all, it’s not every day that a higher rank than anime is featured in Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 7.
That happened not too long ago with Daki, and now, the show’s big threat has appeared in the Entertainment District arc. If you have seen this new episode, then you know that ufotable studio introduced his latest Upper Six demon.
Daki was dealt a fatal blow, but instead of dying, he stayed alive. This is because she is not alive by herself. Daki exists along with her brother, and Gyutaro entered the fight after she was injured. The Truth News reported earlier that Demon Slayer Yukaku-hen confirms Gyutaro’s voice actor.
Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 7 Spoilers
If you don’t read the manga, then Kimetsu no Yaiba took you by surprise with this introduction. After all, Gyutaro comes out of nowhere and is very scary. The emaciated demon might not look like much given his physique, but Gyutaro is the real reason why Daki is part of the Twelve Kizuki of Muzan Kibutsuji.
As shown in Demon Slayer Season 2 Cap 7, Gyutaro’s powers are meant to be feared, and even Tengen Uzui (Hashira of Sound) admits that the villain is something of a savage.
Now, fans are expecting Gyutaro to bring all sorts of trouble, and the hunch isn’t out of line. After all, some demons ruined the series in the past, and Gyutaro is part of the Top Six.
There is no doubt that these demon brothers are going to rock the boat, but they will not be given an open pass to the city. Tengen and Tanjiro are just two assassins standing in his way, so things are going to get interesting in this arc. Previously, we reported on everything Daki’s belt can do in Demon Slayer.
How to watch Demon Slayer season 2?
You can watch the second season of the anime from various online platforms like Crunchyroll and Funimation. Demon Slayer Season 2 Chapter 7 “Transformation” is available at this link, while the next chapter will be released on Sunday, January 23.