Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba - Part 1 [Blu-ray]
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As the progenitor of demons and the source from which nearly all demons originate, Muzan is the only person in the world who possesses blood that has the unique power to transform humans into demons.  His cells permeate within all the demons he creates, serving as the foundation of their existence. Consequently, when Muzan is eliminated, all the demons he has spawned will cease to exist.  Vol.1 · Vol.2 · Vol.3 · Vol.4 · Vol.5 · Vol.6 · Vol.7 · Vol.8 · Vol.9 · Vol.10 · Vol.11 · Kimetsu no Utage
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Despite being injured by one made with bamboo without the human scent he had been avoiding, he urges himself to continue for Nezuko's sake. As day breaks, Sakonji sees a battered and bloodied Tanjiro at his doorstep, who only mutters " I...have...returned" before losing consciousness.Pineda, Rafael Antonio (December 24, 2020). "Demon Slayer Film, Violet Evergarden Get Mainichi Film Award Animation Nods". Anime News Network. Archived from the original on December 25, 2020 . Retrieved February 19, 2021. Following an arduous operation carried out by the Demon Slayer Corps in which they found themselves trapped in the Infinity Castle, the vast majority of the demon population was destroyed. Muzan was also successfully eliminated during a struggle until dawn which ended with the Demon King burning to ash under the sunlight. Although Muzan would attempt a final push for survival by turning the Demon Slayer Tanjiro Kamado into a demon, this ultimately failed. With Muzan's defeat, all demons created through his blood died out, leaving Yushiro and Chachamaru as the only demons to have survived. With no demon bodies to preserve as well as recording historical documents of demons to be made, the knowledge of the demon race eventually fades into obscurity, mythology, and folklore. Web Newtype (in Japanese). Archived from the original on August 13, 2022 . Retrieved August 24, 2022.
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The first part of the second season of the anime television series, subtitled Mugen Train Arc, is an extended and recompiled version of the film that ran for a total of 7 episodes. The first episode of the part is an entirely new episode that focuses on what Kyojuro did immediately before the events of the film, while the remaining 6 episodes are recompiled cuts of the film with several slight edits performed on them to account for its episodic format. It was broadcast in Japan from October 10 to November 28, 2021.  Reception [ edit ] Box office [ edit ]
Yet, as Tanjiro and his friends soon learn, Enmu is a demon who twists reality and turns dreams into nightmares. While on the demon train, they must escape Enmu's power before they lose their souls.
Demon Slayer - Kimetsu no Yaiba - The Movie: Mugen Train [DVD]
Pineda, Rafael Antonio (May 31, 2021). "Rurouni Kenshin The Final Rises to #1 as Demon Slayer Drops Off Top 10". Anime News Network. Archived from the original on June 1, 2021 . Retrieved June 1, 2021.
The film was released theatrically in Japan on October 16, 2020.  Because other major releases had been delayed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of available screens was higher than usual.  The film opened in 403 cinemas total, including all 38 IMAX cinemas within the country.  The film had a very staggered international release, being released from as early as October 30, 2020, in Taiwan,  to as late as August 13, 2021, in India.  The theatrical release in China was delayed when a controversy surrounding the film Monster Hunter led the Chinese censors to review some foreign films a second time.  Home media [ edit ] Once night arrives, Tanjiro and Nezuko find a temple in the woods. As he approaches, he smells blood and runs inside. Upon opening the doors, he freezes upon catching sight of a demon living inside, eating several corpses. The smell of blood causes Nezuko to salivate. Demon Slayer: Mugen Train". Box Office Mojo. Archived from the original on November 1, 2020 . Retrieved June 8, 2021.