Ufotable Reveals New Demon Slayer Art Featuring Nezuko in Her Monstrous Form

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba is one of the most popular anime and manga series today, and it has set a very high bar to overcome with the second season for both the original versions and those dubbed in Spanish, and The series prepares for its release in Japan with fierce new art by Nezuko Kamado shared by the official account of Ufotable, the animation studio behind the series.

Something that seems quite curious to us is that, because of the importance it had in the second, where the series brought to life the arc of the Red District of the original Koyoharu Gotouge manga series, and the fans saw how the fight against the The first top ranked royal demon challenged Tanjiro Kamado and the others more than ever.

This was especially true for Nezuko, who ended up being pushed so far that she tapped into a whole new level of demonic power, gaining a new physical form never seen before. The Red Light District arc brought out a whole new side of Nezuko as her body evolved into a much stronger version of her demonic power.

Although it came with a sudden boost in strength and speed that allowed him to fight on par with Daki and recover from his injuries at a much faster rate, it also meant the loss of his conscious mind and whatever control he had been able to maintain. Now, the image they shared was to prepare for the next season, but it also corresponds to the next cover for the Blu-ray release in Japan.

The Red Light District arc officially introduced Tanjiro (and fans) to the first members of the higher moons that we’ll see later. Fortunately, with the final episode of the second season, it was quickly confirmed that Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) would be returning for a third season.