Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Vol. 2: It Was You

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Vol. 2: It Was You

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Vol. 2: It Was You

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There is one thing that I really appreciate with the way Koyoharu Gotouge executes the action scenes, and that is something he masterfully shows in this volume. The technical storage or access is strictly necessary for the legitimate purpose of enabling the use of a specific service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user, or for the sole purpose of carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network.

We may’ve failed to shed tears over Tanjiro’s slain family, but that we’re this stunned at the death of a minor enemy is proof of Gotogue’s authenticity as an author. Having previously written for over three sites, Anthony remains dedicated to spreading the gospel of EarthBound. This was a very strange and annoying plot technique where the plot followed one event in the present until there needed to be some background information given so there’d be a random scene taking place in the past shoved into the present scenes. Tanjiro Kamado passes the final selection for the Demon Slayer Corps, is allowed to pick the metal to forge his demon killing sword and heads back to his sister and mentor.With over 6 million of the world’s best eBooks to choose from, Kobo offers you a whole world of reading. Ah y Nezuko estaba durmiendo, porque de momento es su forma de recuperar la energía tras alguna herida o esas cosas.

The surprise appearance of another boy named Giyu, who seems to know what's going on, might provide some answers. Meanwhile, we get another Japanese lesson in Hyottoko masks, courtesy of blade forger Haganezuka – true to his mask, he has something of an eccentric demeanor, namely his random temper tantrum when Tanjiro’s color-changing blade gleams an undesired hue. Somewhere in the midst of his obsession with cat pictures, he finds the time to pen about his favorite hobby. He's immediately given his first assignment and is sent to help a village where girls a mysteriously disappearing.The first tale here is kind of sad as we learn these demons are kidnapping young women before they get to old and get "ugly" as they say. I'm surprised Demon Slayer is already so fast paced; most of the big confrontations I got to in the anime all happen in this volume, so from here on out everything will be a surprise! However, our biggest introduction is in Muzan Kibutsuji, the well-dressed demon depicted on the above cover. After a fierce battle with a demon inside a maddening house of ever-changing rooms, Tanjiro has a chance to find out about the fighter in the boar-head mask.

We end on yet another battle cliffhanger, but just like before, it ends on relevancy — just as Tanjiro must slay the Hand Demon to both survive and pass the Demon Slayer Corps test, he must slay Kubutsuji’s goons for the sake of obtaining a cure.I appreciate the pace, otherwise I think I wouldn't have the patience to finish it as I already know what happens up to volume 15. I’m still finding the fight scenes a little bit rushed and confusing to follow, but the art style is improving, so I'll probably continue reading. On top of that his sister is awake and they begin their adventure to try to bring her back to being a human. Since I already know the story from the anime up to volume 15, this is more of a review or revisiting of plot. While walking through the crowd, Tanjiro smells the demon who murdered his family and turned his sister, the powerful Kibutsuji.

The first volume of this manga had left us on a cliffhanger moment – Tanjiro just about to attack a poewrful demon as part of his final test to get into the Demon Hunting Corps. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. This inches up to 8 stars mostly because of the evil Michael Jackson ;) But I also love how Gotouge depicts the remnants of human vulnerability in demons, and how Tanjiro's compassion brings the long-faded humanity back to fore at their final moments.

The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. What I loved even more in this volume is Asakusa during the Taisho era, drawn in detail, and how Tanjiro reacts to the ‘big city’. I personally love a fast-paced story but because of that, especially this manga , one volume ends too quickly.



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