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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu and Yaiba are over after 205 chapters, and while the fans are sad to say goodbye, the finale gives them a glimpse of the hopeful future Tanjiro and his friends strive to achieve. The conclusion comes in two parts, chapter 204 focusing on survivors of the final battle of the series with Muzan Kibutsuji and 205 which looks like decades to come.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 1 Ending
The final chapter, which lasts three months after the defeat of Muzan, shows Tanjiro, who has recovered from his imminent conversion into a demon. The injuries he received before his transformation had lasting consequences as he became a man again, with his left arm and right eye permanently damaged. While Tanjiro is recovering, young Kiriya Ubuyashiki, the current leader of the Demon Slayers Corps, is holding Hashira’s last meeting to disband the organization. After many heartfelt reunions, Tanjiro, Nezuko, Zenitsu, and Inosuke headed for the Kamado family home, ending the chapter with a picture of modern Japan.
Chapter 205, entitled “Life Shining Across the Years,” is a time of transition that introduces a new generation of characters. Zenitsu’s grandson, Yoshiteru, reads a book entitled “Zenitsu’s Myth” and discusses the idea of rebirth with his sister Toko, “I believe that everyone who fought demons and died in a peaceful world was born again into a happy life.” This idea of hope is central to Demon Slayer’s the rebirth of our favorite characters first.
Kanata and Sumihiko Kamado are the first to be introduced, and it is clear from their appearance that they are Khanao and Tanjiro, respectively. Kanata tries to get her brother out of bed to go to school, but lazy Sumihiko keeps sleeping. Kanata meets Joshiteru and Toko, grandchildren of Zenitsu and Nezuko, and the two walk to school together. Almost all the panels of this chapter contain some form of reincarnation and another reincarnation of the character, which were Hashiras Uzui, Kanae, Shinobu, Himejima, Tokito, Iguro, and Kanroji all made cameos during the trip of three to school.
Uzui recently won a gold medal in Japan for gymnastics, honoring his ancestry as a shinobi, but apparently with the attitude of a bad boy. Khanae and Shinobu study at Sekirei Women’s Academy, Himejima is a kindergarten teacher and Tokito is seen with his twin as two children in a stroller. While Toko and Kanata were discussing what to do after school, they talked about visiting a restaurant run by Iguro and Kanroji, which meant the two of them found their desire to be together for another life.
Meanwhile, Sumihiko finally wakes up and realizes that, if he doesn’t hurry, he will be delayed and waste his chance to get the full prize of being there. As he jumps out of his window and runs to school, the rebirth train continues with more bullets from the past.
While Sumihiko is running around the yard, we see Urokodaki and Kwajima playing Shoji’s television show in the background that talks about Ubuyashiki as the longest-lived Japanese man, breaking their family’s curse of a short life. Sumihiko continues his crazy race to school by jumping on top of a guard car with the Shinazugawa brothers inside, perhaps playing a friendly comedy game that suits fans. He even goes through Giyu, Sabito, and Makomo before finally joining Tojuro, Rengoku’s son.
Botanist Aoba Hashibira, a descendant of Inosuke / rebirth, found the Blue Spider Lily – a flower that Muzan believed would give him a perfect immortal body. Also present is Yushiro, who is still alive and is known as a mysterious artist who paints beautiful pictures of Tamayo. Demon Slayer.
While Sumihiko and Tojuro continue to run to school, and away from their Shinazugawa siblings, Tojuro tries to convince Sumihiko to join the Kendo club, believing he will know more about it. When the two arrived at school on time, we saw Sumihiko’s mother receiving a phone call informing her of her son’s actions. As he speaks on the phone, we see Tanjiro’s sword, earrings, and a picture of all those who helped and survived the great war against Muzan, the defeat of which brought the bright future they had always hoped for.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu and Yaiba was a story steeped in the pain and loss experienced by its characters in their journey to make the world a safer place. While crucifying a popular finale is difficult for any series to make, Demon Slayer’s hopeful fate is a commitment to a brighter future. Demon Slayer.
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