Since 2016, Demon Slayer manga has been proving itself as the record breaker and trend maker in the anime industry. And with the manga hitting sales in 2019 with a new record of surpassing One Piece, the series has become even more popular. With the first season, it left everyone in the brink of excitement, and Mugen Train is the one we’re waiting for so long. And we have no confirmation on the second season yet, but since the manga has enough plot to make it to the second season, we can expect to have it. But the thing is manga is coming to an end.
Demon Slayer Manga’s Story Reaches its Climax!
Shueisha‘s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine announced on Monday that Demon Slayer manga would end soon with its climax. As of now, there are 22 volumes of Demon Slayer manga, but only 19 have come out. With the final and 23rd volume, the manga’s story is going to reach its climax. The manga readers have probably known it because the story might’ve already given you a hint. It seems the next chapter will ship on May 11, 2020. The legendary work of Koyoharu Gotouge is finally coming to an end, but we still have anime to get along.
In February 2016, Koyoharu launched the manga in Weekly Shonen Jump. On May 13, the 20th volume of Demon Slayer manga will come out as the weekly shonen jump. The 21st and 22nd Weekly Shonen Jump announced that the final volume consists of an opening color page. And 21st, 22nd, and 23rd volumes will have special versions since they are the last ones. However, the long and awaited climax will be here soon for the Demon Slayer manga lovers.
If you’re wondering where to read the manga, Viz media publishes the manga in English both digitally and in print. And you can also find it in Shueisha’s MANGA Plus online service at a low price. I guess Viz could be easy to read because you can get each chapter in order and well sorted. But if you prefer in bulk, you can go with MANGA Plus.
In 2019, the manga-inspired anime series titled Demon Slayer came out and made quite a reputation. Aniplex licensed with its streaming service on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and FunimationNow. And the sequel film Mugen Train will be out on October 16, 2020. So, if by any chance you haven’t watched this anime, watch it already. Well, no one would want to miss such a Masterpiece!
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