All details of Demon Slayer: High Moons Gathering, Season 3

 Welcome, dear visitors of the Content Random, to this new article about all the details of the Demon Slayer movie, Gathering of the Supreme Moons and the third season. As for after,

Demon Slayer Gathering High Moons

A special promotional video for Demon Slayer: Gathering of the Supreme Moons has finally been revealed. The group is led by Muzan Kibutsuji and represents the main antagonists for the upcoming season. It will start showing tomorrow, Saturday, February 3, 2023, God willing. Read on and find out about more upcoming events without spoilers

Demon Slayer is a manga written by Kiyohara Gotoji. It began serializing from 2016 to 2020 in Weekly Shōnen Magazine, and ended after the publication of 205 chapters, compiled into 23 volumes. It was acquired by Ufotable Studio in 2019 and quickly became known worldwide.

All seasons of Demon Slayer (Kimetsu no Yaiba)

The first season had 26 episodes and was followed by Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Mugen Train in 2020. The movie was a massive success both in Japan and abroad. The second season then began in October 2021 with a TV version of Mugen Train. The movie was then adapted into 7 episodes, which included a special first episode that was not part of the movie.

The second season of the Kimetsu no Yaiba anime was titled the “Entertainment District Arc,” which was voiced by Hashira for the first time, Tengen Ozu.

The third season of the anime, which will focus on the Sword Makers Village arc, will be shown next April 2023, God willing. The premiere is preceded by a special screening tour that will include Episodes 10 and 11 of Season 2, as well as Episode 1 of the new “Swordsmith Village Arc.”

Information about the anime Kimetsu no Yaiba: Swordsmith Village Arc (Season 3)

The third season of the “Demon Slayer” anime is scheduled to premiere in April 2023. Specifically, on Friday, February 3, at 12 am JST.

Demon Slayer Season 3 will cover the Swordsmith Village Arc and the promotional video has been announced, highlighting the main antagonists of this arc. The video also featured Muzan Kibutsugi, and other High Moons who had already appeared in the anime.

Demon Slayer season 3 villains

The video is 56 seconds long and follows the animated manga panel pattern of all of Shueisha's promotional videos. The video started with Muzan, then cut to Rui, the fifth rank lower moon who was defeated by Gyu and Tanjirou during Demon Slayer's first season. The next demon to be introduced is Enmu, the first order of the Mugen Train arc that Tanjiro and Inosuke manage to defeat.

A lot of focus is on Akaza, the Third Supreme Rank, not only because he managed to kill Kyojiro Rengoku, but also because he will play a vital role in the upcoming Infinity Castle arc. The video then cuts to Daki and Gyotaro, the siblings who were ranked sixth supreme and were defeated during the Entertainment District arc in the second season.

Understandably, the video then cuts to the main antagonist of season 3. The two upper moons that appear in the Village of Swordsmiths arc are Gyuko, the fifth upper moon, and Hantengo, the fourth moon. They will fight Hashira Love Mitsuri Kanroji and Hashira Haze Mochiro Tokito in the next season.

The video then shows the events of the remaining higher ranks before Muzan is shown again. The demons appearing in order are the new higher rank 6 gigaku; Rank 3 Supreme Akaza; top 2 always; And the first rank is Kokoshibo. Interestingly, Nakimi is missing from this list, and will likely avoid spoiling the next season for anime fans only.

One last comment

It is understood that the purpose of this video is to fuel anticipation regarding Demon Slayer Season 3 and to maintain buzz regarding the upcoming season.

Aside from the promotional video, Ufotable has yet to announce anything of substance about the upcoming season. As with previous seasons, they will likely keep Gyuko and Hanteijo's voice actors a secret until the premiere. The studio is expected to reveal the release date and time for Demon Slayer Season 3 during the upcoming Anime Japan 2023 event.

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