Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc is now at its best. The previous episode where Nezuko got her new berserk transformation, was regarded as one of the best of the series, But according to many manga readers, the episode 14 will be more amazing. Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming episode.
Episode 14 Synopsis
Entertainment District Arc episode 7 (or season 2 episode 14) is titled “Transformation”. The official website of the Demon Slayer anime has released a short synopsis of the upcoming episode:
Tanjiro Kamado was infuriated by the fallen princess who despised human life. Although Tanjiro was chasing down the fallen princess with more movement than ever before, his body had already exceeded the limit. Nezuko rushes to Tanjiro, who collapses and falls into a pinch again. Nezuko confronts the fallen princess, but in a fierce battle, she becomes more like a demon …
Episode 14 Preview Trailer
After the premiere of episode 13, a short preview was released for the upcoming episode. We can see Insouke and Zenitsu running towards where Nezuko is fighting Daki. Inosuke is surprised that Zenitsu can run while sleeping.
Controversy on Nezuko’s Transformation
Although, the previous episode was liked by almost every Demon Slayer fan. However, there were a group of people who did not like Nezuko’s transformation. They complained that Nezuko is a child, and this type of clothes doesn’t suit her. In case you don’t know, they are referring to when Nezuko goes berserk, and her body grows.
Demon Slayer season 2 episode 14 is scheduled to be released on January 16 at 8 AM (PST). The series is available on both Crunchyroll and Funimation platform. Attack on Titan will also release a new episode on Sunday.
For the international audience, here is the exact release time:
Pacific Time (US & Canada): 8:00 AM (Jan 16)
Philippines Time: 12:00 AM (Jan 16)
Indian Time: 9:30 PM (Jan 16)
Demon Slayer tells the story of a boy, Tanjiro, whose sister Nezuko gets turned into a demon. To find a cure for her sister, Tanjiro joins Demon Slayer corps, He fights demon, and searches for a cure for Nezuko.
Koyoharu Gotouge started writing Demon Slayer manga series in Feb 2016, in Weekly Shonen Jump. He ended the series in May 2020. All the manga chapters are collected into 23 volumes. Ufotable picked up the manga for an anime adaptation. The first season had total of 26 episodes, which aired in April 2019.
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