The popular anime adaptation’s new opening theme, MAN WITH A MISSION, debuted on the Official Demon Slayer Twitter Account for the first time. Fans also had the chance to view new clips from the upcoming Swordsmith Village Arc, which will present Tanjiro and his friends with significant challenges. The upper-rank six demon siblings include Gyutaro and Daki of the Twelve Kizuki. Unfortunately, tanjiro’s sword will be destroyed completely, following unexpected attack on the village by the demonic forces and how he is fighting for them will be the base of the opening theme. Fans will have the opportunity to relive the season two finale and watch the season three premiere on the silver screen before the third season debuts on April on television. It will be intriguing to see how the theatrical run performs, given that the first episode is expected to introduce villains that will seriously complicate things for Tanjiro and company in the series’ future.

On February 4 and 5, 2023, a few Japanese theaters released the third season of Demon Slayer. At LA’s Orpheum Theater, there will also be an opening performance. On February 18, 2023, this screening will take place. The Entertainment District arc’s dramatic conclusion is depicted in the third season’s opening episode before Swordsmith Village, the season’s central storyline was  introduced.

The third season of Demon Slayer is eagerly anticipated by viewers worldwide. The official website for the show has confirmed that Demon Slayer Season 3 will officially debut on television in April 2023, with weekly episodes. This follows the series’ Japanese premiere. Since Demon Slayer will finally be a part of the spring season this year after a two-and-a-half-year delay, this release is much earlier than we had anticipated, which makes all anime fans happy and excited. With a Crunchyroll subscription, viewers can access Demon Slayer Season 3 when it debuts on the streaming service.

Image Credit – Tokyo MX

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