The Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba Chapter 204 release date has been postponed. The manga usually sees a weekly release schedule, published on Weekly Shonen Jump. However, with the current COVID-19 pandemic, it’s just one of the many mangas affected by the outbreak. There was also a delay with the release of Chapter 203, coming a week after it’s planned date. While there is no new Demon Slayer Kimestu no Yaiba chapter, there is still enough story to keep fans engaged.
Demon Slayer Kimestu no Yaiba Goes From Manga To Anime
The Demon Slayer Kimestu no Yaiba manga was the best selling series that released in 2016. It’s been an ongoing manga with over 200 chapters released thus far. The series was so successful that there is also an anime adaptation of Demon Slayer Kimetsu. The anime released Season 1 in 2019 and has become one of the best anime of the last year. There is already a Season 2 on its way for an October 2020 release. However, with the current pandemic situation, it’s unconfirmed if they will be able to meet that date.
The story sees a young boy name Tanjiro, who returns home one day to find his family murdered. He discovers that a demon was responsible. To add to the tragedy, his sister becomes a demon herself. In order to avenge his family, as well as cure his sister, the boy become a Demon Slayer. The series focus on his need for revenge, while also attempting to bring his sister back from the dark side.
Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba Release Date Delayed
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Note: There will be Spoilers for Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba Chapter 203 from here on out.
The latest chapter of Demon Slayer Kimetsu saw the hero Tanjiro in an intense battle. In a dream-like state, Tanjiro has to battle against Muzan’s demon cells, while trying to make sense of the realm he’s in. He has a fighting chance due to an antidote from Tamayo, that allows him to resist the cells. Chapter 203 ends with Tanjiro waking up from the dream, much to Kanao’s delight.
Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba chapter 204 release date has shifted from April 26 to May 10.
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