Demon Slayer set to reveal big news for animated series in 2022 – IGN The Fix: Entertainment

The Demon Slayer anime website recently informed fans that a very special Demon Slayer event is happening very soon. The Demon Slayer livestream will take place on January 18 on Aniplex’s YouTube channel and will feature Tanjiro’s main Japanese VA, Natsuki Hanae. According to the official Demon Slayer website, the livestream will announce two “huge” events involving the anime this year, as well as highlights from the current arc, the Entertainment District arc. With this upcoming Demon Slayer news, anime fans are in for a treat. With the box office success of the Mugen Train #Anime movie breaking records around the world, many fans are hoping another movie is in the works. Some are even advocating for a spin-off series, which would be more than welcome and well within the realm of the pre-established world #DemonSlayer has been building since its release. With the resounding success of Demon Slayer since it first graced the black-and-white pages of manga, any news coming out of this event is sure to get fans excited. The Demon Slayer live stream will begin on January 18 at 8 p.m. Japan time. In other anime news, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is still slated for this year, and it looks like we’ve got more details pertaining to the upcoming movie in this month’s V Jump magazine. According to online Dragon Ball News reporter DBS Hype, this month’s V Jump will feature character descriptions, Red Ribbon Army research files, and a special message from series creator Toriyama. And finally, meet Tom Holland and Mark Walhberg in this new poster of the upcoming Uncharted movie!

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