Demon Slayer Wishes Tengen a Happy Birthday With Special Promo

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba had quite the showing for the Sound Hashira with the second season of the anime earlier this year, and now the series has brought Tengen Uzui back to the spotlight for his birthday with a new trailer! Koyoharu Gotoge's original manga series might have ended its run some time ago, but the franchise is still very much alive and kicking thanks to the anime adaptation's success. The second season of the series was even more successful than everything that had come before, and that's large in part due to the more intense fights taking place.

At the center of the action for the second season was Tengen, who was the main Hashira working with Tanjiro Kamado and his team for the Entertainment District arc. Leading the fight against the first members of the Upper Ranks, fans got to see all of his flashy skills in action that he had been boasting about during his introduction in the first season. Now to celebrate his birthday on October 31st in Japan, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba has released a slick new trailer that you can check out below: 

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Demon Slayer wrapped up its second season with the Entertainment District earlier this Winter, and you can currently find the two seasons of the anime along with the Mugen Train feature film now streaming with Crunchyroll. The anime is also working on a third season of the series with a planned release in the future, but has yet to reveal when exactly fans will be able to see the Swordsmith Village arc in action. 

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As for the original manga, the series has completed its run in full. You can either check out the physical volumes of the series now on store shelves, or you can find the full digital series now available through Viz Media's Shonen Jump vault. Tengen might not be at the center of the action anymore, but it's far from the only action fans get to see as the series continues into tougher battles. 

How did you like Tengen's time in Demon Slayer's second season? What are some of your favorite Tengen moments throughout the series overall? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!