The Third Season of Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) will premiere very soon on Crunchyroll and other Streaming services, however it seems that Ufotable is quite excited about the characters, fights and new adventures that this adventure will bring, from what he has shared on Reddit an image of Doma, one of the strongest upper demon moons.
As we mentioned, this promotional image is courtesy of Ufotable, the studio that has supervised the production of the anime since its first season and has been celebrated by its fans from the first moment it showed its work for its quality. As you can see below, the show’s animators inked an illustration of Doma, one of the three strongest upper demon moons of muzan Kibutsuji’s army:
The sketch brings Doma to life against a snowy night sky, and the darkness only enhances her gory aesthetic. as we will see in the next season of Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) until the end of the saga. Doma’s hands are covered in crimson, and she has blood covering her lips and robes as usual. The look is certainly unsettling, but it suits the upper demon moon very well. As you may remember, the second season ended with a cliffhanger starring Doma, and conveyed just how deadly the demon could be.
Of course, audiences for this anime will be able to see more of Doma before too long. The villain will tie into the third season, but he won’t be the only enemy sneaking around. The anime is expected to return to television with an important meeting of Muzan’s top officials. This demon must convince will speak defeat of Gyutaro with the king of demons, which could bring some important consequences.
Who is Doma from Kimetsu no Yaiba?
Doma (童どう磨ま) is a character from the Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) franchise. He was a Demon who belonged to the group of the Twelve Demonic Moons holding the position of the Second Upper Moon. He kept some of the human traits of him with slightly subtle differences; highlighting his moderate musculature, his pale blue nails which are long and pointed, his pale skin, thick black eyebrows.
In Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) we see that under the belief that he was saving them from their suffering, he happily devoured his followers and other young women. While he might seem concerned for his comrades, he felt no genuine sorrow for his deaths. Despite leading a cult, he was an atheist who firmly believed that gods, Buddhas, and the afterlife did not exist.. He believed that after death there was nothing and that people who “couldn’t accept something so simple” were naive and foolish.
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