Demon Slayer Trains Have Arrived at The Station in North America

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train has become the most popular anime movie of all time, with the story seeing Tanjiro and his friends battling against the demonic forces of both Enmu and Akaza while also meeting the Flame Hashira known as Rengoku. With the locomotive focused film pulling some serious receipts, it seems that Demon Slayer trains have arrived in the station as California has Shonen trains for a limited time that are strewn with images of the Hashira.      

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train saw Tanjiro and his young friends in the Demon Slayer Corps hopping aboard a supernatural locomotive that saw the swordsmen meeting the Flame Hashira Rengoku and fighting against one of the top-tier demons known as Enmu. With Rengoku losing his life against the demonic brawler known as Akaza, the second season saw the anime adaptation retelling the events of the movie while also taking the opportunity to explore how the Shonen's protagonists were affected by Rengoku's death and how they were able to handle the demonic entities living within the Entertainment District. Season Three has already been confirmed by Ufotable and will delve into the Swordsmith Village Arc to offer new challenges to our anime heroes.

The Official English Twitter Account for Demon Slayer shared that for a limited time, train enthusiasts in California will have the opportunity to hop onto trains that honor the Hashira, with some of the strongest members of the Demon Slayer Corps painted onto the sides:

While a specific release date for the third season of the anime has yet to be confirmed, Ufotable has let fans know to expect the return of Tanjiro and his friends to the small screen next year. With the movie version of the Mugen Train becoming the most profitable anime film of all time, we wouldn't be surprised to see the Demon Slayer Corps return to the big screen though nothing has been confirmed when it comes to a new Demon Slayer film. 

Will you be trying to hop on these Demon Slayer trains if you live on the West Coast? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of the Demon Slayer Corps.