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The first two seasons of Demon Slayer have taken the world by storm. The anime series has quickly become one of the most popular and successful both in its home country of Japan and in North America. It consistently hits the top of Netflix’s streaming charts in the United States.
The show’s success is unprecedented, and the manga follows suit. Of the top-10 highest selling manga of all time, Demon Slayer is the only one that began as recently as the 2010s. Every single other manga began in the 20th century. And most ran for 50-100 volumes, which is colossal in comparison to Demon Slayer‘s measly 23 volumes. All of that to say that Demon Slayer did the most with the least, and only continues to grow in recognition. Now the trailer for Season 3 of the show is here, and it has a lot to build fans’ excitement.
Demon Slayer Season 3
The trailer for Season 3 is as nostalgic as it is forward-thinking. It begins by showing many of the show’s greatest events that have led up to this moment. Then climaxes by showing that the story just keeps moving forward, and crescendos while doing so.
Season 2 wraps up by covering the Entertainment District arc. The next season of Demon Slayer will visit the Swordsmith Village arc. Both arcs are held in high regard by fans of the manga. They’re consistently ranked as two of the greatest arcs in the manga’s 23 volumes. Thankfully, the Entertainment District anime arc lives up to the hype. It ends Season 2 on an extremely high note. So hopes are beyond high for Season 3. It’s a lot of pressure to ensure this new arc can continue to grow the anime’s legacy, but the studio behind Demon Slayer has done an incredible job thus far. So there’s no reason to doubt they’ll continue the quality.
Swordsmith Village Is Coming
The trailer is really more of a teaser. It shows almost as many scenes that have already taken place as have not. The new content looks exciting, but the trailer only gives the faintest glimpse. Still, we manage to see the dreary Swordsmith Village. The smiths, the swords, and all. This arc will contain some of the anime’s most intense and high-octane fights yet. The demons will reach a new level of maniacal and the protagonists will attack them with a ferocity not yet seen in the first two seasons of the show.
If you haven’t already seen one of the biggest anime in the world yet, you’re missing out. Both seasons are on Netflix in the United States and Canada.