Demon Slayer: This is How ‘Kimetsu No Yaiba’ Would be like in Real Life

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The whole world continues to wait for the second season of ‘Kimetsu No Yaiba’ (which was rumored to debut in October); however, the weeks continue to pass and Ufotable still refuses to reveal such information with the audience.

Instead, the Japanese studio converted some surpluses of the ‘Infinite Train’ arc into series and, naturally; that gave them a little more time before announcing with great fanfare the return of the most popular anime at the moment.

The adventures of “Tanjiro”, “Inouske”, “Zenitzu” and the human-turned-demon “Nezuko”, have generated a huge fanbase with only one season on the air; and hardened fans strive to recreate their favorite characters either through cosplay, fan arts and now, even with Artificial Intelligence!

Tanjiro Kamado

Nezuko Kamado

Zenitsu Agatsuma

Through YouTube, user AI Live Action took on the task of playing most of the animated cast of‘Demon Slayer’,and bringing them to life as if they were real humans. The Artificial Intelligence used endows all the characters with oriental facial features, although in the anime their characteristics are closer to the Western ones.

Needless to say, the “humanized models” of ‘Kimetsu No Yaiba’ do not belong to any real-world individual; since ai interprets fictional traits and transforms them in the most timely way possible.

Shinobu Kocho

Giyu Tomioka

Kyojuro Rengoku

Rumors come and go regarding the second season of ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba’. The most persistent say that it will be divided into two parts, and the batch of unpublished chapters could be between 20 and 26.

Many believed that the first batch would be released during autumn (October 2021) so that the second would do the same in winter (January 2022) but; as we already mentioned, the month is about to end and we still have no reliable information about the release of ‘Kimetsu No Yaiba’ T2.

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What we do know is that the second part of the program will cover the events of the ‘Arc of the Entertainment District’, and that the context of prostitution that shapes the Arc will not be censored by the animation company. Yuriko Nakamura, head of programming at Fuji TV, said the content “will go through the usual review processes,” but will air without any changes.

For Latin American audiences, the second season of‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba’ will be a Funimationexclusive. Currently, the anime’s first season, as well as its movie ‘Mugen Train’, can be viewed via Netflix, Crunchyroll, and Amazon Prime Video.

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