Monster Slayer: Funimation will air three anime specials

Monster Slayer: Funimation will air three anime specials

Picture: Tokyo MX / Reproduction

This Thursday (15th), Streaming Fiction announced that it would be airing three specials. demon slayer ()Kimetsu no Yaiba, in the original). The episodes under consideration are reruns of season 1 of the anime with unreleased scenes and will be available in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Brazil and Mexico.

Initially, the special will be presented in Japanese in original with subtitles in all official languages ​​of the countries concerned. In addition, there will be an English dubbed version. The episode will be dubbed later in Spanish and Portuguese.

(Reproduction)(Reproduction)Source: Tokyo mx

One of the special, known as Sibling bond ()Brothers bond(In a free translation) a month before the premiere on television, in the year 2019 came to make a debut in Japanese cinemas on limited screens. Again, Natagumo arc I Hashira meeting arch Also aired in the last quarter of 2020.

Season 2 of demon slayer Should debut in 2021

According to speculation, the second season of demon slayer It may arrive in 2021. Expectations for new episodes are high, especially after the film’s release Monster Slayer: Mugen Train – Which should arrive in Brazil very soon.

In Japan, the anime-based feature produced several box office records and remains one of the most well-known premieres among audiences.

The new episode should focus on one of the manga’s most interesting arcs, also known as the “Entertainment District”. The second season of the anime will continue to explore the events unfolding in the film, which in turn, continues the saga of the characters seen at the end of season 1.

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In Brazil, Funimation and Netflix streams are responsible for broadcasting anime. Season 1 is available on both platforms.

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