What chapter is Demon Slayer Anime on? Demon Slayer is one of the most popular anime of the 21st century, so before we know about its Manga and Anime adaption, we will talk about Demon Slayer and how it became important to discuss with the story arc. So stay here with me till the end of the article so that you will know all about the anime adaption of Demon Slayer.
Demon Slayer is a manga series that revolves around the main protagonist, Tanjiro Kamado, who wants to become a demon slayer. His precious family was slaughtered by Muzan Kibutsuji when he was not at home, and his little sister Nezuko is no more a human. This story quickly grasped the minds of readers, and soon enough, we got an anime adaptation for the same.
Demon Slayer Season 1 has a total of 26 episodes. And this season has covered many story arcs. All the 26 episodes of season 1 were produced by Ufotable. After season 1, fans were curiously waiting for its movie ‘Demon Slayer- The Movie: Mugen Train’. In October 2020, the movie came to the Cinema Hall and broke all the records, and became the biggest anime movie of all time. After the success of the Mugen Train movie, Ufotable made an adaption of the movie as season 2, which also included a few portions of Entertainment District Arc.
What Chapter is Demon Slayer anime on?
Demon Slayer anime is currently somewhere around Chapter 67 of the manga. Demon Slayer is based on Story Arcs which consist of 11 arcs, but a total of 7 arcs have been covered in anime series from the manga. Arc number 8th is airing on online streaming platforms. So wait till the end to know about streaming platforms too. Demon Slayer’s story begins from the Final Selection Arc, which covers a total of 9 chapters of the manga and five episodes of anime. Then comes First Mission Arc, which covers a total of 4 manga chapters from 10 to 13 and 2 episodes of anime from 6 to 7.
Demon Slayer is also revolved around other characters like Nezuko Kamado, Zenitsu Agatsuma, and Inosuke Hashibira. These three are the major characters of Demon Slayer. After First Mission Arc, the next arc is the Asakusa Arc which covers a total of 6 manga chapters from 14 to 19 and 3 episodes from 8 to 10. the next one is Tsuzumi Mansion Arc which covers a total of 8 manga chapters from 20 to 27 and 4 episodes from 11 to 14.
Demon Slayer’s next arc covers a big number of chapters. Natagumo Mountain Arc covers a total of 17 manga chapters and 7 episodes from 15 to 21. Then comes the Rehabilitation Training Arc, which covers a total of 9 manga chapters from 45 to 53 and 5 episodes from 22 to 26.
Mugen Train Arc
Now it’s time for one of the biggest blockbuster arcs of Demon Slayer, Mugen Train Arc. This arc stands alone at the top because of the record-breaking collection of all time in the history of Japan. Mugen Train Arc covers a total of 13 manga chapters and seven episodes from 27 to 33, and a movie also. Demon Slayer The movie: The Mugen Train comes first, and after the success of the movie, Ufotable readapted the movie into 2nd season Mugen Train Arc, which also continues into the Entertainment District Arc.
Entertainment District Arc is the latest one that is going to get complete anime adaption. And the first episode of the 2nd season is released on the 5th December 2021. The Entertainment District Arc covers manga from chapter 67 to chapter 97, and the anime will come in a total of 11 episodes long from episode 34 to episode 44.
Entertainment District Arc
This arc starts from where the Demon Slayer- The Movie: The Mugen Train ends. Tanjiro, Inosuke, and Zenitsu were crying because they lost Kyojuro Rengoku. Kyojuro is a former Flame Hashira who dies during his fight with Upper Rank 3 Demon Akaza. After this incident, these three were found in Rehabilitation Training Centre. But Tanjiro does not want to wait anymore. He ran away from the rehabilitation center to deliver the message to Senjuro and his father Shinjuro Rengoku.
Kyojuro Rengoku wanted to say to his father to take care of himself. Shinjuro Rengoku cries a lot after hearing his son’s message. Senjuro tells Tanjiro that his katana does not change color, so he may look into doing something else, which will subsequently break the line of Flame Hashiras. He will accept his future not as a future Hashira but as a common man.
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