Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer Series) is a Japanese anime series written and drawn by Koyoharu Gotou. It is set in the same world as the Demon Slayer comics and starts after the events of the Demon Slayer Series. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba features the same style of fighting seen in the Demon Slayer Series with some elements of its own including magical girl fights, which were done quite well in the Demon Slayer Series. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba also features an all new Demon Slayer named Kainuka.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba begins with the main characters, Tanjiro Kamado and Kainuka Ooba, in search for their friend Riko Yabe. When they find Riko, she has been transformed into a demon and is on the verge of becoming the new Demon Slayer. They then find themselves caught up in an ancient struggle between demons and angels. Demonslayers fight Angels using their knowledge of what they need to do in order to defeat the enemy. The combat is fast and there are many explosions and strong martial arts used.
The series ends with the last battle between the Demonslayers and the Angels and it is here that Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba takes place. The Demonslayers are on a top position until a mysterious person makes a slip up and starts shooting arrows at them from the sky. The arrow nearly hits Riko, but she is saved by one of her friends. This allows Demon Slayer and the other heroes to have a final battle against the Angels and save the Earth.
The Demon Slayer Series was made popular by the first manga volume and the anime adaptation followed. Demon Slayer: The Japan Years arc was the first part of the franchise which followed up on the first volume. The first arc focuses on the first year of high school, while the second focuses on the second year of middle school and the third arc is the final arc of the series. The first volume also included volume sets of the first two episodes of Demon Slayer: The Japan Years Arc, which was stand alone novels.
Demon Slayer: The Japan Years Arc was actually the first television anime series to have its own opening, middle, and end the episode. It did not receive an ending episode but was later included as an extra episode on the Animage DVD collection. The first episode of Demon Slayer: The Japan Years Arc was “Demon Slayer: Kagerou” which was later included in the TV series. The Demonslayers eventually went on to form the very popular series we know today. Demon Slayer’s later incarnations were the anime adaptations of the manga versions of Demon Slayer: The Japan Years Arc, Demon Slayer Z: Testament, and Demon Slayer Hybrids.
Demon Slayer has been a popular source of entertainment for television, film, and the Internet. The Demon Slayer franchise, which started with a Japanese manga, ended up featuring television animation, video games, and even anime. The Demon Slayer TV series finale, Demon Slayer Vs Kamal is expected to be released in Japan in 2021. No release date for the English version has been revealed yet.