Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 1 – Unwavering Resolve Arc Review
A special bonus from Japanimation Station
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“The bond between Nezuko and me can’t be severed by anyone.”
With Season 3’s Swordsmith Village Arc of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba right around the corner – it premieres April 9th – we are re-releasing a series of episodes from our sister series, The Weekly Stuff Podcast, in which Sean and Jonathan review all of ufotable’s extraordinary anime adaptation of Kyoharu Gotouge’s hit manga up to now. In this first episode, we break down the first season of Demon Slayer, episodes 1 through 26, now known as the Unwavering Resolve Arc. From Tanjiro discovering his family slain and sister Nezuko turned into a demon, to training with Urokadaki and taking on the Final Selection, to the adventures in Asakusa and at the Tsuzumi Mansion, to the incredible, instant-classic battle with Rui on Mount Natagumo, this is the season that started at all, and cemented ufotable’s status as one of the most popular and beloved anime studios all around the world.
Come back next Friday for our review of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba The Movie: Mugen Train, and continue listening to Season 2 – ufotable/Moon Works – premiering every Tuesday night at 7pm CT on YouTube!
Theme Song: 0:00:00 – 0:01:14
Intro: 0:01:14 – 0:04:23
Eyecatch: 0:04:23 – 0:04:32
Season 1 Review: 0:04:32 – 3:04:43
End Credits: 3:04:43 – 3:05:58
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