In this 50-minute finale, the demon slayers wrap up their battle with Bantengu, and the unthinkable happens to Nezuko.
the fight continues
Tanjiro trying to slice half day dogThe head was beheaded three times in total, and the third time he got beheaded by a spell.like the last blow Niutaro In the entertainment section, it was incredible to see Tanjiro go all out to defeat Han Tengu in the final battle.Beautiful animation, great soundtrack, ridiculously high intensity – the final episode of Demon Slayer’s season is always An otherworldly sight.
I already have it a lot of The big upcoming events in Demon Slayer are spoiled for me, and it’s moments like this that make me wish I had been more careful. Luckily, I don’t know what’s going on here, so I assume that’s it – Nezuko‘send. A lot of people have been saying they couldn’t have killed off a main actor like that, but the way the flashbacks were compiled made me think otherwise. In my opinion, it’s impossible for them to build up all the emotions and not kill her, but I’m really glad they didn’t. This is a 10/10 scene, executed to perfection.
no mountain dream
This episode is the gift that keeps on giving.In fact, one of the reasons no mountainThe merciless killing was to bring him back into the sun once again crazy, but what’s even crazier is that Wugou actually wants to come directly to let Nezuko “absorb” her now. Tanjirou has been tracking down Muku, and now Muku is coming to him. Wonderful plot development.
the battle is over
It seems that Tanjiro and Nezuko are going back to the Butterfly House to rest and reunite Shanyi and Inosuke. I look forward to seeing more of them in the next arc when the fourth season is released (click here for more info).credit volume, featuring the full version Kizuna Locusthat’s what Demon Slayer will be all about for the foreseeable future.
thoughts for the season
I really can’t fault this episode. All seasons were good, but this episode blew me away. Not only is it a cinematic masterpiece as usual, but the way the scenes are executed makes it feel like one. The soundtrack for each scene is perfect and unique, and Nezuko’s plot twist is very exciting, a bit like the sun rises and a new dawn ushers in Demon Slayer: Blade. With Nezuko’s ability to talk (sort of) and be in sunlight, everything feels a little different now.
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