Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 3 Release Date, Countdown, Spoilers, Watch Online

Demon Slayer Season 2 episode 3 is set to broadcast this Sunday, 24 Oct 2021 according to the release date schedule. It will continue the Mugen Train Arc and show other powerful monsters. Kimetsu No Yaiba is one of the most popular anime-series among animation lovers as if follows a group of Demon slayers who has taken responsibility for eliminating all the demons. The story is based on the Japanese manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotouge and the anime is produced under Ufotable animation production house.

Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 3 Release Date and Time

Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 3 titled ‘If True’ or ‘Hontō nara’ is set to release on Sunday, 24 Oct 2021 at 11:45 AM EDT on Crunchyroll inside the United States and at 11:15 PM on Fuji TV inside Japan. The anime series is produced and written by Ufotable. Crunchyroll confirmed that the release time will be different for all regions:

  • Pacific Time: 8:45 AM PT(Oct 24)
  • Central Time: 10:45 AM CT(Oct 24)
  • Eastern Time: 11:45 AM ET(Oct 24)
  • British Time(UK viewers): 4:45 PM BST(Oct 24)
  • Indian Time: 9:15 PM IST(Oct 24)

How many episodes will be there in Demon Slayer Season 2?

There will be a total of 24 episodes in this season with an average length of 22 minutes. New episodes of Kimetsu No Yaiba Season 2 are airing on Sundays every week.

Where to watch Demon Slayer episode 29 online?

Kimetsu No Yaiba episode 29 will be available to stream on Funimation, Hulu and Crunchyroll inside various English countries like USA, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and the United Kingdom. English subbed versions are available only on the given platforms as season 2 is not dubbed in English whereas you can stream English dubbed versions of the earlier season on the same streaming service. Japanese viewers can stream the Demon Slayer Season 2 episode 3 on Fuji TV. Other than Fuji TV, Japanese viewers can also stream the new episodes on Tokyo MX, BS11, and AT-X at its respected time.

Demon Slayer Episode 28 Recap

In episode 28, we saw Kyojuro showed his flame Hashira form when the passengers were in danger. The episode begins with Tanjiro and his group meeting Flame Hashira on the Mugen Train, the two met accidentally but young demon slayers become impressed with the fighting style of Kyojuro. While Tanjiro asks Kyojuro about the two breathing forms of Hashira, water and flame, he explained that there are 5 fundamental breathing forms: Flame, Water, Wind, Thunder, and Stone. All other forms are derived from them, he also reveals that 40 people disappeared on board and that’s why he was hired.

Demon Slayer season 2 episode 2 recap

When the group falls asleep a group of demon comes to attack and frighten passengers. Kyojuro opens his blade and retaliates the attack of demon by firing his Flame Breathing First Form: Unknowing Fire. Flame Hashira noted another demon and unleashes the second form: Rising Scorching Sun to destroy the demon in one blow. Tanjiro and his group enjoyed and asks to become Tsuguko of Kyojuro which he accepts happily.

Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 3 Spoilers

In Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 3, all the demon slayers boarding in the train will fall asleep deeply in the world of sweet dreams. Zenitsu will dream of dating Nezuko, Kyojuro see the dream of reuniting with his father and younger brother. Kyojuro’s father was acting rude to him, degrades his accomplishments, and become pessimist. On the other hand, Tanjiro will dream of watching Shigeru and Hanako carrying vegetables. He will try to apologize in front of them by hugging them tightly and cry loudly in their arms .

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Lakshya wrote articles on a wide array of topics for several years, from entertainment and pop culture to history and literature. Before that, he was completing his BSc (Hons) degree from Delhi University. It is his deeply-rooted love for performing arts and visual media that led him to become the co-founder of CasTalkie website in November 2020.

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