Demon Slayer Drops Two Major Characters for Season 3
The two characters from Demon Slayer are not going to appear in the third episode of the sword-swinging animated.
The eagerly anticipated third season won’t include two of the most loved characters from Demon Slayer: Kimetsu or Yaiba.
According to the group on Facebook Daily Dose Of Anime, Zenitsu Agatsuma and Inosuke Hashibora won’t be appearing in the forthcoming Ufotable anime. Their absence is because they were not able to be featured in the ” Swordsmith Village Arch” manga series. Demon Slayer’sSeason 3 is the third season of the original material. It will be the first season that is not featuring the couple.
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In the initial season of the show, the fans were introduced to both characters. Zenitsu was the debutant in the “Final Selection Arc” and Inosuke received his first screen time in the “Tsuzumi Mandation Arc”. Zenitsu is a sly-haired, orange-robed killer. While he’s a nuisance for the group, Zenitsu is still able to perform admirably when armed with a sword after the slayer has fallen asleep. Inosuke is an unpredictable wildcard who likes fighting and spends the majority of his time wearing the boar mask. They soon joined forces with the main character, Tanjiro, and participated in numerous fights throughout the two seasons as well as the film.
Genya Shinazugawa returns to Season 1.
While Inosuke and Zenitsu will not be in Season 3, Genya Shinazugawa will be back on the screen. Genya Shinazugawa was introduced in the “Final Selection Arc” where he was involved in a battle with Tanjiro. Then, he appeared in “Rehabilitation Training Ark,” in which he defeated the protagonist. Together with Mist Hashira MuichiroTokito, and Love Hashira Mitsurikanroji, He will be playing an important part in Season 3.
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Demon Slayer Follows an unnamed young man who lost his family members to the demons that are the main antagonists. He embarks to find Nezuko to save him as the sole survivor and is now undead. He is part of the Demon Slayer Corps to hunt for demons and fight the terrifying Muzan Kibutsuji.
The “Swordsmith Village Arc,” which will include eleven episodes, will be screened in cinemas. A version of the two final chapters of the season before, “Entertainment District Arc”, is also available. Crunchyroll will launch Season 3 on April 9, 2023.