Demon Slayer: Swordsmith Village arc teases major information
Get ready, Demon Slayer fans! The official Twitter account of the anime has just teased that exciting news about the Swordsmith Village arc is on the horizon. According to their tweet, we can expect to receive this exciting announcement on Wednesday, March 1, 2023, at 8 pm JST.
The highly anticipated Swordsmith Village arc is on its way! Following the events of the Mugen Train film and the Entertainment District arc, Tanjiro and the gang are embarking on yet another thrilling adventure. This upcoming arc, which is based on manga chapters 100 to 127, promises to be the ninth story arc and is sure to keep viewers on the edge of their seats.
Demon Slayer: Swordsmith Village arc will see Tanjiro wielding a 300-year-old sword
Demon Slayer fans can expect exciting news about the upcoming Swordsmith Village arc, as teased by the official Twitter account of Kimetsu no Yaiba. This announcement will reveal important details such as the ending theme and artist, new cast members, broadcast timings, and more.
Last year, Studio Ufotable announced the third season of the franchise, set to premiere this April. While the series is heavily influenced by Japanese culture and folklore, its action-packed scenes and stunning visuals have broad appeal beyond hardcore otakus.
At the start of the first season, viewers witness the tragic fate of Tanjiro’s family, slain by demons, leaving only his sister Nezuko alive, but cursed with the same affliction. Determined to avenge his family, cure his sister, and join the ranks of the Demon Slayer Corps, Tanjiro embarks on a perilous journey. Along the way, he encounters Zenitsu, a timid but skilled fighter, and Inosuke, a wild warrior with a boar’s head mask, and together they form an unlikely trio.
Ufotable has successfully brought to life several exciting story arcs from Demon Slayer in the first and second seasons. In the first season, they adapted the Final Selection, First Mission, Asakusa, Tsuzumi Mansion, Natagumo Mountain, and the Rehabilitation Training arcs, while the second season featured the highly anticipated Entertainment District arc. The Mugen Train arc was also adapted as a movie that bridges the first and second seasons.
Fans are eagerly anticipating the Swordsmith Village arc and wondering what will happen to their beloved heroes. Those who read the manga know that Tanjiro is on a mission to protect the village from the malicious intentions of Upper-Rank Five Gyokko and Upper-Rank Four Hantengu. During his visit to the village to purchase a new sword, Tanjiro stumbles upon a 300-year-old weapon that may aid in his quest.
Tanjiro, Nezuko, Genya Shinazugawa, and Mitsuri Kanroji of the Demon Slayer Corps. join forces to rescue the endangered villagers. Meanwhile, Muichiro Tokito, the Mist Hashira, plays a pivotal part in taking down the formidable Upper-Rank Five.
The upcoming news regarding the Demon Slayer: Swordsmith Village arc sees the fanbase extremely excited
It’s exciting to anticipate how Ufotable will bring the Swordsmith Village arc to life in anime form. This arc spans 28 manga chapters, and it’ll be fascinating to see how it’s adapted considering that the previous arcs, Entertainment District and Mugen Train, took around 18 episodes to animate despite having 30 and 16 manga chapters, respectively.
Despite the lack of specific details, the Demon Slayer fandom remains optimistic about the upcoming release, eagerly anticipating any updates from the studio. Fans have taken to Twitter to express their excitement, using GIFs and tweets to showcase their enthusiasm. In addition, some fans have requested more information in the comments section of the announcement tweet, such as release dates, key visuals, and ending theme songs.
After an impressive run from February 15, 2016, to May 18, 2020, the Demon Slayer manga concluded with its final chapter, number 205. To stay up-to-date with the storyline, fans can access the manga through Viz Manga or Shueisha’s Manga Plus app. Additionally, the anime series is available for streaming on both Crunchyroll and Netflix.