Kimetsu No Yaiba: “Demon Slayer”: where to see the second season and how many episodes does it have?

Kimetsu No Yaiba: “Demon Slayer”: where to see the second season and how many chapters does it bring? (Photo: Capture)

“Kimetsu No Yaiba” the anime that broke records in Japan and the world, returns surprising in its second season. Tanjiro Kamado takes us to his universe through the delivery of “Demon Slayer” which started on December 5. Known how many chapters this installment will bring and some more data.

First it is necessary to remember that the first season It was released in 2019 and brought with it 26 episodes. There we learned the story of Tanjiro Kamado a young man who suffered the murder of his family at the hands of demons. After the terrible murder, his sister became one of them. During the first season we see Tanjiro trying to find the cure for his beloved sister and for this he faces various demons that cross his path.

After this First season, the movie was released Kimetsu no Yaiba: Kyōdai no Kizuna or also known as Demon Slayer: “The infinite train”, which was released in October 2020. Here we see Tanjiro and his friends from the Demos Slayer investigate the mysterious disappearances that happen inside the train that seems to have no end, but they meet a character who set them a trap.

The success of Tren infinito (The Mugen Train) was such that the initiative to become a TV series the October 10 and brought with it seven chapters.

The wait is over for fans to see the first chapter yesterday, in order to continue with the story of Tanjiro Kamado who will be accompanied by Nezuko, Zenitsu and Inosuke.

Imagen de Kimetsu No Yaiba:"Demon Slayer" season 2. (Photo: Capture)
Image of Kimetsu No Yaiba: “Demon Slayer” season 2. (Photo: Capture)

WHERE CAN I SEE THE SECOND SEASON?

It is now available in all countries and you can see it from the platform from CrunchyRoll, which is a streaming service (What Netflix) dedicated exclusively to anime productions. You must create an account and choose the plan you prefer.

You can also see it through Funimation And in the same way you will have to create an account and choose the plan that you consider.

THESE ARE THE CHAPTERS THAT “DEMON SLAYER” WILL HAVE

So far it is known that season 2 of the anime of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” will have a total of 18 episodes.

The new season of the manga starring Tanjiro Kamado premiered on Sunday, December 5, and brought new episodes of the Entertainment District arc, which also continues what happened in the Infinity Train arc.

This would be chapter 8 of Kimetsu No Yaiba season 2. The previous chapters were made in the first television installment in 2019 where the original story of Rengoku is told. In summary, the first seven chapters are based on part of the movie “Mugen Ressha-hen”, while from the chapter released yesterday and onwards they will tell the adventures of the ‘demon slayer’ in the Entertainment District arc. But all this is part of the manga “Kimetsu No Yaiba”.

The episode division has generated criticism from its followers, since most expected a delivery of 24 chapters. However, the satisfaction of the big premiere has left criticism behind and brought positive comments to see its characters once again in action.

Images of Kimetsu No Yaiba:"Demon Slayer". (Photo: Senpai Capture)
Images of Kimetsu No Yaiba: “Demon Slayer”. (Photo: Senpai Capture)

SPOILER ALERT!

WHAT IS KNOWN ABOUT THE NEW CHAPTERS?

The first chapter lasts approximately 1 hour, and according to what is read in the manga the scenes would have coincided in chapters 67 to 70. We observe Tanjiro visit Rengoku’s family.

The protagonist will face Tengen Uzui but will end up helping him. The mission will be to infiltrate the Red Light District.

In the second chapter we will probably meet new villains Daki and Gyutaro.

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