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  • Entertaining and fast-paced

    The first volume of this manga had left us on a cliffhanger moment - Tanjiro just about to attack a poewrful demon as part of his final test to get into the Demon Hunting Corps. As expected, he makes it, but a lot of the kids don't. Still reeling from this test, he gets back to his master to find Nezuho awakened, and soon after he gets his first mission and then his second. Now armed with information about the demon who killed his family and turned his sister, he is seeking vengeance and a way to turn her back. As usual, this manga packs a lot of action and development in a single volume, so if I keep discussing every thing this review is going to be hella long. To keep it short, The fight scenes are amazing, as always, and the sword positions are rendered in a majestic style. What I loved even more in this volume is Asakusa during the Taisho era, drawn in detail, and how Tanjiro reacts to the 'big city'. He also meets his nemesis and two surprising allies, which actually changes a lot about what we know about demons from volume 1! The doctor Tamayo gave me Carlisle Cullen feels, truly - and Yushiro is a stock tsundere character, but I'm interested to see how this new alliance turns out. (Would his fellow demon hunters approve? Knowing Tanjiro, I doubt he will care much, but still...) During all the action, there are still spots of levity. Tanjiro's innocent personality, even when being handed a special sword, his anger when Yushiro calls Nezuho brutish, because how could anyone not see how beautiful his sister is?! Also, Nezuho's high kicks give me life because girl saves him from those tight spots! I honestly love this sibling duo, and everyone's reactions to finding a demon and a demon hunter together. In short, another packed and entertaining installment.

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  • It Was You Review.

    The second book in the Demon Slayer trilogy is AMAZING! It's incredible how Tanjiro can take out extreamly powerful Demons when he is only at the rank Mizonoto. It's also hard to comprehend the power of Muzan Kibutsuji. Tamayo and Yushiro are great characters; even if Yushiro would kill Tanjiro if Tamayo wouldn't let him. I love the idea if the Twelve Kizuki. Finally, my favourite part in the entire book is when Tanjiro get's thown to the ground by Yushiro. Tamayo then tells him off. "I didn't hit him, I just threw him," is Yushiro's excuse.

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  • Demon slayer

    I would say sometimes in battles it would be messy because of the sound effects but acually if u read this manga watch the one on Netflix its much more clearer and better.

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  • one of the best mangas ever to exist

    I have seen the whole series but reading it makes it a whole lot better the series may have more details but i am very thankful for the author writing this and thier hardwor

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  • Demon slayer

    Koyyoharu Gotoue puts a lot of effort and corege in it and I feel like there should be a part human and part demon guy that is friends with Kimetsu. In the next book Zinzetsu shows up and he's a really weird guy.

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