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Synopsis Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

The TV version of Kimetsu no Yaiba Movie: Mugen Ressha-hen including an entirely new first episode. The first episode depicts Rengoku as he embarks on his journey to the Mugen Train. The remaining episodes will add about 70 new animation cuts and new background music, as well as a new trailer. Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc (Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen, 鬼滅の刃 無限列車編).

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Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

 

Introduction to The Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc:

The second season of The Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba now has an official release date! Koyoharu Gotouge’s original manga series has exploded in popularity since the debut of the anime’s first season back in 2019, and it has sparked a whole new wave of fandom for not only the original manga, but huge box office victories for the anime’s debut film, Demon Slayer: Mugen Train, as well.

Fans have been highly anticipating the full second season of the anime, and after confirming its return for the Fall 2021 anime schedule, the official release date has been confirmed…with a twist.

Demon Slayer Season 2 will be officially kicking off the adaptation for the Entertainment District arc of Gotouge’s original manga on December 5th. While this late-season debut seems shocking for such a highly anticipated series, there’s actually going to be a very good reason for this.

But it’s likely to divide fans who want to jump into the completely new content as soon as possible without reliving the events of the Mugen Train arc from the feature film as Season 2 will be first returning for a new take on Mugen Train beginning on October 10th.

While the official Entertainment District arc will be kicking off with a one-hour special episode this December, the anime will be returning this Fall with a new version of the Mugen Train arc. Beginning on October 10th, the second season of the anime will be technically starting with seven episodes showing off the Mugen Train arc from the feature film.

The premiere episode will be completely new, but the following episodes will feature the events of the Mugen Train arc seen in the film. There will be some brand new footage for fans worried about retreading old ground, but for fans who want a completely new experience, it will begin in December with that one-hour episode kicking off the Entertainment District arc.

This means fans will get their fill of new Demon Slayer anime episodes beginning in October, but the truly new story material will begin in December as the anime prepares to finish out its second cour and continue into early 2022 for the remainder of its big anime return. But what do you think of this idea? Curious to see how the TV anime will be handling a recap of the movie? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments!

Before Watching Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc Here Is the Story of the Movie:

The TV version of Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc 2021 including an entirely new first episode. The first episode depicts Rengoku as he embarks on his journey to the Mugen Train. The remaining episodes will add about 70 new animation cuts and new background music, as well as a new trailer.

Story of the movie Demon Slayer: Mugen Train Tanjiro and the group have completed their rehabilitation training at the Butterfly Mansion, and they arrive at their next mission, on the unknown Mugen Train, where over 40 people had disappeared in a concise period of time.

After Enmu is assigned to kill Tanjiro Kamado to become an Upper Rank and obtain more of Muzan‘s blood, Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Inosuke buy tickets for the Infinity Train in search of Kyojuro Rengoku, the Flame Hashira.

Tanjiro hopes he has some info on the Hinokami Kagura. Kyojuro informs them that he was sent to kill a Demon suspected to be the cause for multiple disappearances on the train.

He informs Tanjiro that, unfortunately, he knows nothing of the Hinokami Kagura. He quickly senses a demon and kills it, the group, impressed by his skills, asks that he makes them his Tsugukos and Kyojuro accepts.

Enmu promises to use his powers to give each of them heartwarming, sweet dreams in exchange for their help in carrying out his plan to kill the Demon Slayers. The group had already touched Enmu’s blood by taking hold of their tickets, putting the first act of the plan into motion.

As they sleep, the group falls into vivid dreams as an effect of touching the tickets. Enmu’s minions work on connecting themselves to the group’s dreams through a rope with a special spell that enables them to penetrate the dreams of others, completing the second stage of Enmu’s plan.

Due to the nature of Enmu’s powers, the dreams a person is shown exist in a limited space, outside being an unconscious area where a person’s “spiritual core” lies.

Meanwhile, Tanjiro carries out his dream while receiving more and more unconscious cues from his mind, such as seeing Nezuko’s box or being told by himself in his Demon Slayer uniform that he is experiencing a dream.

At the same time, Nezuko woke up and exited her box after being confused by Kyojuro’s actions before attempting to wake up Tanjiro but to no avail.

Annoyed, she headbutted Tanjiro but ended up splitting her head and started bleeding due to Tanjiro’s comically hard forehead. She then uses her Blood Demon Art, which engulfed his real and dream body in flames, allowing him to wake up and slowly retain his sword and uniform.

Background of the movie Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc:

As of January 31, 2021, Kimetsu no Yaiba Movie: Mugen Ressha-hen is Japan’s highest-grossing film of all time, with a box office revenue of 36.8 billion yen (458.8 million USD). This beats the previous record-holder, Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi, which amassed a box office revenue of 31.68 billion yen (394.8 million USD).

Related Anime to movie Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc:

Adaptation: Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

Prequel: Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Tv Series 2019

Sequel: Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Entertainment District Arc (Not Aired Yet)

Opening Theme in Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc:

“Akeboshi” (明け星) by LiSA

Ending Theme in Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc:

“Shirogane” (白銀) by LiSA

Battles & Events of the movie Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc:

Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc Characters:

Tanjiro Kamado

A kind-hearted boy, the main character of the movie Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc. After his family is slaughtered by a demon, and his younger sister is turned into one, he trains under Sakonji Urokodaki and joins the Demon Slayer Corps so that he can find a way to turn Nezuko back into a human and avenge his family.

Aside from Water Breathing, he also learns to use Hinokami Kagura during the Mount Natagumo mission. Undergoing further training at the mansion of the Insect Hashira, Shinobu Kocho, he masters Total Concentration, Constant. He then sets off with Nezuko, Zenitsu, and Inosuke on a new mission, joining Rengoku on the Mugen Train. Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

Nezuko Kamado

Tanjiro’s younger sister of Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc, who’s been turned into a demon. Despite being a demon, she never attacks humans, thanks to both Urokodaki’s hypnotic suggestion and her own willpower. During the day, to avoid sunlight, she stays inside the wooden box Tanjiro carries on his back. She regains her strength by sleeping. Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

Zenitsu Agatsuma

A swordsman in the Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc Corps and one of Tanjiro’s peers. Wielder of the Thunder Breathing technique. When he’s extremely terrified, he blacks out, and then his trance mode kicks in. Girl-crazy, he has a huge crush on Nezuko. Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

Inosuke Hashibira

A swordsman in the Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc Corps and one of Tanjiro’s peers, he’s combative and tends to rush headlong into battle. Using Beast Breathing, he wields two chipped Nichirin Swords with flair. Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

Kyojuro Rengoku

The Flame Hashira, one of the highest-ranked members of the Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc Corps. He annihilates demons by using the Flame Breathing technique. Cheerful and easygoing, he is quite a straight talker. After the Hashira Meeting, when over forty people are reported missing on the Mugen Train in a short time, he goes to investigate. Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

Watch the top 10 moments of the Movie Demon Slayer – Kimetsu No Yaiba – Mugen Train. Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

 

Interesting Movie Fact of the Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc:

  1. When the movie Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc was released, it was the most profitable film to be released in theatres during the Covid-19 pandemic. It did record-breaking box office numbers in Japan while the theatre industry struggled in other parts.
  2. In December 2020, the movie Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc surpassed Spirited Away (2001) as the most successful film at the Japanese box office of all time. Before this Toho, the distribution company of both this film and Spirited Away, adjust Spirited Away’s box office total to include a re-release. However, Demon Slayer soon surpassed that.
  3. Currently the highest-grossing R-rated animated movie of all time.
  4. The original title of the movie Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc Was “Infinite Train” (which was also the Name of the Manga Arc the film is based on); it was presumably Changed to avoid confusion or possible Legal issues. With the Cartoon Network Show “Infinity Train.”
  5. The movie Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc Overtook Mortal Kombat (2021) ranked #1 at the U.S. Box Office, the first Japanese anime film to do so since Pokémon: The First Movie (1998), which debuted in the U.S. in 1999.

Interesting Movie Fact of the Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc (SPOILERS):

  1. The First shot of  – Tanjiro in the Dreamworld – mirrors the opening shot of him running through the woods in the first episode of the series.
  2. Kanroji, the Love Hashira, is seen holding back tears when she hears of Rengoku’s Death. While not Unusual given her Personality, it is given more weight when it’s taken into account that she was at one point in Rengoku’s Decibel, developing her Love Breathing off of Rengoku’s Flame Breathing Technique.
  3. Inosuke’s delusional belief that the train is a monster that’s eating the passengers that ride it (the “Lord of the Land”, as he puts it) actually turns out to be correct when it’s revealed the demon Enmu has actually fused its body with the train to eat the sleeping passengers.
Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

Reviews of  the Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc:

  1. Review of the Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

Leslie Felperin
Guardian

TOP CRITIC
May 26, 2021
The animation is fantastic, a superb blend of classic anime character design supplemented by CGI effects and swooping camera work. The action, like South Korean features Snowpiercer or Train to Busan, takes place mostly on a train where the demon slayers – brunette, magenta-eyed hero Tanjiro Kamado, his tame demon sister Nezuko, blond pretty boy Zenitsu Agatsuma and shouty half-man-half-boar Inosuke Hashibira – come to find a slaying master Kyojuro, who has unique fire-adjacent properties.

But just as the ensemble is getting to know each other, they are sent into sleep comas by a powerful demon and his bewitched child demons. In his dreams, Tanjiro meets his family once again – the ones who were killed by demons in the TV series – and the others have similar reveries, compelling them to decide which reality they want to live in.

Squint a bit, relax your mind and you might find in it a touching allegory that accidentally corresponds to our own, collective emergence from the oneiric, mesmeric lull of lockdown life, in which sleeping too much and dreaming about dead loved ones could have become the new going out.

2. Review of the Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc
April 26, 2021
Having seen the show is going to improve your experience significantly… If you love the show, you’re going to love this movie.
3. Review of the Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc
April 19, 2021

This is a film about battles between humans and demons and a character-building buddy movie about maturation.I have not read the manga, nor have I seen the TV series, but it didn’t matter.

The story is simple: On a passenger train speeding through the night, a group of young demon slayers assembles to protect the train’s 200 riders from terrifying demons in what appears to be early 20th century Japan.

The team — members of the Demon Slayers Corps — are led by Tanjiro. The 13-year-old is trying to save his sister Nezuko, who has been transformed into a demon. On the train, the group meets the greatest demon slayer of them all, Rengoku, with his fiery blond mane, and Tanjiro asks to become his disciple.

Together, they battle a shape-shifting demon who often appears as a stylish woman and sports a hand with its own face and independent will.

What makes “Mugen Train” visually mesmerizing is that many of the battles take place in the demon slayers’ dreams. The demons try to either kill or transform humans by entering their subconscious, lulling them into a fantasy world where dead family members are still alive and peace reigns across the land.

4. Review of the Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

  • Brilliant. An excellent bridge between Season One and the upcoming Season Two. All of the angst and soul of the series, but with the big story and gorgeous animation you would expect to see in the cinema.
  • Very moving and deeply emotional, but well-balanced with humor and incredible fight sequences. Highly recommended, even for those who have never seen the show.
  • Beautiful environment animation. This movie in the theaters made me want to see more films like this in theaters, it’s way better than at home. IMO!
  • 100 out of 10 yes I said 100 out of 10 Demon Slayer was the cheese need will buy a copy!
  • Screaming and crying the whole time. The manga cannot even COMPARE. The animation was beautiful as usual, the visuals were insane. Audio can be loud in some parts, so bring earplugs if you have sensitive hearing. Honestly, if you cry easily, bring the tissues.
  • Fantastic movie with stellar animation and storytelling. If you have any interest at all in seeing it, definitely do it. I don’t think you will be disappointed.

5. Review of the Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc

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kotokukiNov 30, 2020

I saw this in theatres in Japan.

So firstly definitely recommend seeing it in theatres. The screen really does it justice. THEIR EYEBALLS ARE BEAUTIFUL.

If you’re going to watch it in Japanese (which is totally doable as a non-Japanese speaker me), I recommend reading manga chapters 54-66 (chapter 69 is where I think it should’ve ended but *shrug*). It is identical to this. This’ll let you skip the subtitle-wait if you so choose.

So the artwork of the characters is beautiful, but some of the CGI + 2D animation style was a little funky. It gave an uncanny valley feeling due to the realism background, CGI demon-y stuff, and the original art style for the characters. Literally, my only problem.

The 2D character designs are stunnnnniiinnnnggg. I’m so happy with the choreography and movement, but jeez, that CGI and sometimes the background clash.

The soundtrack is on point. I became hyper-aware of the soundtrack during perfectly executed moments with certain character buildups.

Comic relief was perfect, and the characters were true to form.

If you like theanime, you’ll like the movie. Easy as that.

I’m super happy I saw it in general, but especially on a big screen.

PS If you’re not reading the manga but want to continue watching the next anime season, this is a must-watch movie. It’s not a filler movie you can ignore. It influences over the next season. So add it to the list.

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10/10story
8/10animation
10/10sound
10/10characters
9/10overall
6. Review of the Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc
HarmfulsNov 11, 2020

Film Demon Slayer Season 2: Mugen Train Arc was seen on a huge Imax (the biggest in Japan), and it was a good idea. I recommend you to see it in excellent condition.

I won’t go into it for the story, it’s just the sequel to the anime, and it’s inevitable to watch it if you like the series.

The animation is incredible. I don’t have the words to describe how much I loved it. Whether it was the colours, the movement, the choreography, and especially the fights, it was amazing.

Unexpected but a lot of humor throughout the film, we laughed a lot!

(I try to put more than 10 to the animation score)

9.9/10overall9/10story
10/10animation
10/10sound
10/10characters

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