The Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba anime will have a Season 3. After the frantic end of the second season this past weekend in Japan and the rest of the world Episode 11 of the Arc of the Entertainment District), the official account of Kimetsu no Yaiba (Guardians of the Night in Spain) has confirmed with a brief teaser trailer the continuity of the series with a third season coming soon. Lost Ark announces a maintenance to apply changes and improvements: duration.
Which arc will Kimetsu no Yaiba – Season 3 be based on?
According to the information, the third season of the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba anime will be based on the Swordsmith Village Arc. For those who are not up to date with Koyoharu Gotoge’s original command —who in Spain has edited Norma Editorial in its entirety with its 23 volumes—, we will simply tell you without spoiling the plot that it corresponds to chapters 98 to 127 of the manga; specifically, volumes 12 to 15 of the manga .
Which volumes of the manga does each season of the Kimetsu no Yaiba anime correspond to?
As a summary and to help you, we leave you below with the manga-anime correspondence of Kimetsu no Yaiba; Whether you’re a comic reader and want to delve into anime, or if you’re merely curious to know how the Ufotable studio is adapting what is already one of the most successful anime of the last twenty years. Garena Free Fire codes for today February 15, 2022; all rewards free.
- Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 1 (26 episodes) — Volumes 1 to 6 of the manga
- Season based on the Kimetsu no Yaiba Infinity Train Movie (7 episodes , 27 to 33) — Manga volumes 7 and 8
- Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 2 (11 episodes; 34 to 44) — Manga volumes 9 to 11
- Season 3 of Kimetsu no Yaiba (number of episodes unknown) — Volumes 12 to 15 of the manga
Kimetsu no Yaiba: where to watch the two seasons of the anime and the movie online
If you are interested in watching the Kimetsu no Yaiba anime in a completely legal and official way in Spain, we leave you the links below so that you know what services offer the retransmission of the series; all of them under subscription, but with official translation and dubbing into Spanish in the case of Prime Video.
- Kimetsu no Yaiba — Season 1: Prime Video (dubbed into Spanish)
- The Infinite Train Movie: Prime Video (dubbed into Spanish)
- Kimetsu no Yaiba — Season 2: Crunchyroll (Spanish subtitles)
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