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Demon Slayer- Kimetsu No Yaiba will hit the big screens with the Demon Train story arc!! Looks like the audience will remain hooked to the intricate and complicated plot!!

Demon Slayer is a Japanese manga series. Koyoharu Gotoge created the series. The story revolves around a kind-hearted boy living with his family. But one day, demons attack and slaughter the entire family. But the boy Tanjiro and his sister Nezuko survives. Nezuko turns into a demon, but she still has human emotions on the inside. Tanjiro goes on a quest to save his sister by slaying the dragons so that the tragedy which happened to his family, doesn’t happen to anyone else.

The finale episode of Season 1 of the series did not live up to the expectations of the fans, but the events did change the course of the show. The progenitor of the demons, Muzan Kibutsuji, executed some of his best warriors. The episode shows how much Tanjiro brushed his combat skills since his fight with Rui, the Twelve Kizuki demon. The episode then takes a leap of several months where Kibutsuzi summons five Lower Moon demons. The demons do not recognize him due to his appearance, but soon they do.

We aren’t letting out any more spoilers for now, but the final scene sets an adaptation of the “Demon Train” arc, and the end credits reveal that it will come as a movie. Yes, the series Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba will get its own movie. The film will continue from the story at the end of the first season. The characters board the train to join the Demon Slaying Corps. And then they fall into an intricate and complicated plot that will keep the audience hooked.

The official Japanese Twitter page released the trailer of the movie. Fans also¬†see the dubbed version of the trailer on YouTube. The first season of the anime series recently got over, and the English dubbed version is set to release on October 12 on Toonami. The movie will continue with the “Infinite Train” story arc. Fans can stream the subtitled episodes of the series on various anime streaming services like Hulu and Crunchyroll.