‘Demon Slayer’: Did Season 2 Just Tease Missions With 2 More Hashira?

Demon Slayer Season 2 has focused on the Sound Hashira throughout its Entertainment District Arc, but the anime’s most recent episode highlights several other members of the group. Tengen Uzui pays homage to the fallen Rengoku in “Gathering.” He also singles out two more of the Hashira. Could they be the next Demon Slayers that Tanjiro and his friends work with?
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Demon Slayer: Why Does Tanjiro Have a Scar?

If you haven't watched the latest season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, everything below is a spoiler!. Ever since Demon Slayer began, protagonist Tanjiro Kamado's evident scar has been a subject of debate. Fans keeping up with the series will know that Tanjiro was NOT born with the scar on the forehead. He got the scar as a young boy while pushing his younger brother out of the way of a falling pot of boiling tea. Tanjiro's scar was a light pink mark on his head when the series began.

New Buffy the Vampire Slayer Series Announced

A new era of Buffy the Vampire Slayer is about to dawn, though it will come without "Buffy" in the name. Boom Studios has announced The Vampire Slayer, a new series set in the Buffyverse. The series will launch following the upcoming Buffy the Vampire Slayer 25th Anniversary Special. Sarah Gailey (Eat The Rich, Magic for Liars) writes the series, and Irene Flores (Just Beyond) provides the artwork. According to Boom's press release, The Vampire Slayer begins "a new era for the Chosen One launches as she faces an impossible choice and a danger so powerful it threatens the lives of everyone and everything she holds dear." Buffy's name not being a part of the title may be a nod toward the increased role of fellow slayers Kendra and Faith in the comics series compared to their parts in the original TV show. (The press release also makes no mention of Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon.)

‘Demon Slayer’ Season 2: Gyutaro and Daki Highlight Why They’re Upper Moon 6

Demon Slayer has reached the climax of its Entertainment District Arc, and the anime is once again proving why it’s become such a massive hit. Following a shocking revelation about the Upper Moon 6, an intense battle between the Demon Slayers and Muzan Kibutsuji’s minions has begun. And Demon Slayer Season 2 is highlighting just how powerful Gyutaro and Daki really are.

Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 15 Recap and Ending Explained: Is Gyutaro Dead or Alive?

‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba‘ season 2 episode 15 starts with Tanjirou desperately searching for a safe place for Nezuko away from harms’ way. Once he has ensured that she is safe, he returns to join Tengen Uzui to fight Gyutaro and Daki. Unfortunately, by the time he joins the Sound Hashira along with Zenistu and Inosuke, the Demon Slayer is seriously injured but somehow still manages to be in a good spirit. As soon as Daki tries to attack the four of them, Zenitsu forces her to fight away from her brother on the rooftop. He is joined by Inosuke while Tengen and Tanjirou face Gyutaro. Here is everything you need to know about the ending of ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba’ season 2, episode 15. SPOILERS AHEAD!!!

Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 15: Can Gyutaro Make Daki More Powerful?

Can the Upper Rank demon siblings make each other more powerful in Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 15?. It's time for another episode of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 2 and things are really heating up in the Entertainment District arc. Tengen Uzui is getting ready fight Daki and Gyutaro, who proudly confirmed they work as a pair. This is a dangerous thing for the Sound Hashira considering that the siblings both hold the Upper Rank Six title and have proven to be formidable opponents. But is it possible that Gyutaro is capable of making his own sister even more powerful as they prepare to face the Demon Slayers?