Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba has hit a significant deal achievement in 2021! Koyoharu Gotouge’s unique manga series was perhaps the best manga released in Japan a year ago, and this was particularly prominent considering the series really reached an ending 2020 also. In any case, that unquestionably has not halted the promotion train from moving as the underlying accomplishment from the main season.
Furthermore, the achievement of the subsequent Mugen Train highlight film has kept fans purchasing volumes of the first arrangement so they can appreciate the story however many ways as could be allowed. That achievement has not eased back at all this year as Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba announced on February fifteenth that the absolute print and digital run of the series has now arrived at 150 million copies.
Glancing back to when everything began, the first run of the arrangement had just added up to around 3.5 million duplicates (with ten or so volumes delivered by then) before the debut of the anime. The 23rd and last volume of the series delivered in December, and with it carried its milestone to 120 million copies. That implies it’s hopped up one more 30 million inside the short couple of weeks since that last volume’s release.
Yet, even with these hops, the series makes certain to keep on being effective as the anime has announced its likely arrangements to proceed with a second season of episodes this year. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will officially be proceeding with a second season of episodes at a later point this year. Affirmed to get following the events of the Mugen Train film, the new season of the series will adapt the Entertainment District arc.