Demon Slayer Season 3: Why is Mitsuri on the cover?

Fans have been excited ever since Demon Slayer announced that the third season has entered production. Considering the quality of animation produced by Ufotable in the last season, followers only expect high-level graphics.

The upcoming arc is considered one of the best in the series as it features tons of action and significant plot development. Members of the Demon Slayer Corps will have to face fearsome demons with unique abilities.

Some anime fans have wondered why Mitsuri Kanroji is featured on the cover of the posters announcing the next season. Those who have read the manga have a good idea why this is the case.

Warning: This article contains major manga spoilers.

‘Demon Slayer’ Season 3: Why does the poster focus on Mitsuri Kanroji?

Mitsuri made a brief appearance in the first season. Although she hasn’t had much screen time, fans have been intrigued by her character design and want to see what she is capable of.

The upcoming arc will focus a lot on Mitsuri Kanroji and Muichiro Tokito, the Hashira of the Mists, as they will face off against two Upper Moon Demons in the Swordsman Village. This arc will introduce the premiere and give some information about its past.

It’s an exciting arc as Mitsuri’s abilities are unique since his muscle density is far beyond that of an average human being.

During her fight against Hantengu on the 4th of the Upper Moon, she ends up activating her Demon Slayer Mark, which can only be done by a few people in this series. This fight is eagerly awaited by the entire fanbase due to its strength and the demon’s unique art, Blood Demon Art, which allows its emotions to manifest in physical form.

These fights and the focus on these two Hashira is why the new season’s coverage is centered on Mitsuri.