Demon Slayer Manga Ends, Short Spinoff Series Planned

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Koyoharu Gotouge’s Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba manga finished in the current year’s 24th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine on Monday. The issue likewise reported that Ryōji Hirano will dispatch a short side project manga titled Kimetsu no Yaiba: Rengoku Gaiden focusing on the Flame Hashira character Kyōjurō Rengoku. The magazine didn’t give a debut date for the side project.

Hirano (Bozebeats manga) composed the Kimetsu no Aima! four-board side project manga that ran on Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ application and site in 2019. Hirano likewise drew the two-part side-story manga “Kimetsu no Yaiba: Tomioka Giyū Gaiden” that appeared in Weekly Shonen Jump in April 2019.

Week after week Shonen Jump is likewise offering a republished original copy of the last part. The B5-size composition will incorporate a republishing of the 21 highly contrasting and two-shading pages from the last section in an original copy envelope. The set will cost 3,850 yen (about US$36).

The magazine additionally prodded different advancements for the manga, for example, crane game product in Bandai Namco game focuses from May 21-June 28, a joint effort with clinical supplies organization Hakujūji from June 1 through August 31, and up and coming lotteries through the magazine for stock.

This manga arrived at the story’s “peak” in the 23rd issue of Weekly Shonen Jump on May 11. Gotouge propelled the manga in Weekly Shonen Jump in February 2016.

The establishment overall presently has in excess of 60 million duplicates available for use as of Wednesday. That number incorporates advanced duplicates and about 2.8 million duplicates of the twentieth volume, which additionally sent on Wednesday. The 21st, 22nd, and 23rd assembled volumes will all have unique forms that will package stock.

Viz Media is distributing the manga in English carefully and in print, and Shueisha’s MANGA Plus online assistance is additionally distributing the manga carefully in English.

The manga roused a 26-scene TV anime that debuted in April 2019. Aniplex of America has authorized the arrangement and is spilling the show on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and FunimationNow. Grown-up Swim’s Toonami programming square debuted the TV anime last October. The anime will get a spin-off anime film that will open in Japan on October 16.

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