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Funimation has announced that the three television specials of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba It will air starting today at 1 pm PT / 4 pm ET. Feature length Demon Slayer: Mugen Train is slated to hit theaters next Friday, so now is an ideal opportunity for fans to reconnect with the series or for new audiences to see it for the first time.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yesbows – Bond between siblings, Mount Natagumo, Y Hashira’s meeting – It will recap the first 26 episodes, while also being attached with some new footage. The trio will be available on Funimation in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Ireland, but can also be seen on Animelab in Australia and New Zealand, with the option of dubbed and subtitled versions.
The original material is one of the most popular manga of the modern era, not to mention one of the best-sellers having far surpassed 100 million copies in all forms of print media, while also receiving praise from fans. and critics. The animated version is directed by Haruo Sotozakiand follows the young protagonist Tanjiro, who lives in the mountains with his family and has become his provider after the death of his father.
After his sister Nezuko turns into a demon, Tanjiro joins an elite band of monster hunters to try to find a cure for her affliction. Soon he is immersed in the tradition of the Demon Slayer Corps and in the rare alloy known as Sun Steel, which is very useful for beheading all kinds of fantastic creatures that cross his path.
Mugen train was a huge success when it opened at the international box office last year, becoming the highest grossing film ever released in Japan. Hayao Miyazaki‘s Made disappear from the top spot after almost two decades. A global bill of $ 377 million was enough to see him handily win the mega-budget Hollywood blockbusters. Beginning Y Sonic the Hedgehog to finish as the fourth biggest commercial success of 2020.
Funimation’s Murderer of demons The event is scheduled to see an appointment for fans looking to get back up to speed in preparation for Mugen train It will hit the big screen next week, before it arrives digitally on June 22.
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