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Demon Slayer Season 3 Review: Does Nezuko die in Season 3?

Demon Slayer Season 3 Review: On a fateful day in a quite village, reports of mysterious disappearances prevail. Nobody knows where the missing people are, where did they go and what happened to them. All there is but a mist of gloom and a scent of death without a trail. Is it someone like England’s notorious Jack the Ripper, someone or rather something even more ominous? Something similar is the backdrop of this year’s season 3 of the global hit anime – Demon Slayer.

And, what could be better than watching some evil narcissist demons being crushed by righteous, quirky, hyper-active pink-haired demon slayers on a hot summer day, right? Demon Slayer, since its inception, has become a global phenomenon and season 3 is no less than a ride at a mad adventure park with demons on the loose and not the zombies! The difference? Your survival rate just went 90% down with the former. And so without further ado, let’s get to our Demon Slayer Season 3 Review!

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Demon Slayer Season 3 Review

Demon Slayer Season 3 Review: Plot

Season 3 resumes from the Entertain District Arc where the three friends: Tanjiro, Zenitsu, Inosuko and Tanjiro’s demon sister Nezuko are found severely injured after battling the demon twins. Luckly, nobody dies and all of them recover at the Butterfly Mansion. A little flashback for the snails: Tanjiro has broken his sword and as a demon slayer, he requires a new one to be forged but unfortunately, his swordsmith Hotaru Haganezuka is an ill-tempered man and refuses to forge him a new sword. Tanjiro is, then, advised to meet him at the secret swordsmith’s village in an effort to persuade him. Hence, Demon Slayer: Swordsmith Village Arc begins!

Demon Slayer Season 3 Review – Does Nezuko die in Season 3?

As with every subsequent Demon Slayer season, Demon Slayer season 3: Swordsmith Villaga Arc is no less than a visual and narrative treat! With every new season, we come across even tougher, mysterious and extremely fatal demons and with each addition to the demon family, we are introduced to new Hashira’s, their quirky personalities, their idiosyncrasies, their past traumas along with their powers and combat styles.

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Not only does Demon Slayer as a show depict the past lives of the protagonists but also deep dive into the lives of the demons, their traumas, their mistakes, their shortcomings, their initiation into the demon life and their subsequent downfall. Viewers cannot help but sympathise with these abhorring yet pitiful demons and the show highlights that the circumstantial aspect of a person’s decision to follow a certain path. In such a way, Demon Slayer is one of kind of an adventure anime which is not only exciting but also extremely humane.

This particular season features not one, not two, but 6 different demon versions! One of them is a narcissistic artist of sorts who is also, well, a form of a fish? While the other demon splits into four demons each having a power and demeanour corresponding to a particular emotion. These four demons, again, merge into an even more powerful demon by the second half of the series and so there is a “demon overload” in this season which means more action and more edgy suspense and thrill! The show beautifully and quite comically depicts the obsessive character of any artist in the fish demon who gets irked not by personal insults but by insulting his perfect “art”.

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In a season in which what seemed like a carnival of death and demise with the arrival of a sudden demon onslaught, Tanjiro and his friends along with the two new Hashira’s – Muichiro or the mist Hashira, and Mitsuri, Love Hashira, prevail victorious but by barely scarifying either themselves or their loved ones. However, one thing is for sure, there is definitely a connection between Tanjiro and a legendary demon slayer whose sword now Tanjiro holds. Now comes the million-dollar question.

Did Nezuko die in Season 3? Will Nezuko die in swordsmith village arc? Does Nezuko die?

This season also emphasizes upon mysterious red marks that appear on their bodies and Nezuko’s miraculous transformation where despite being a demon, she is able to withstand sunlight, a secret that the Demon King and the antagonist of the series Muzan Kibutsuji has been after for centuries. And now, he is interested in devouring Nezuko! And so, no Nezuko does not die. Yet.

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Demon Slayer Season 3 Review

JAL gives Demon Slayer Season 3 a solid 4.5 out of 5. This series is a must-watch for any adventure-action anime lover, and it’s getting wilder with every season! Watch Demon Slayer Season 3 at Netflix!

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What to be and what not to be? A lazy writer and an occasional moody artist of sorts, trying to make sense of the world and herself. Might be interested in learning Latin at some point in time and becoming a cult leader of dog resistance against humanity.

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JAL gives Demon Slayer Season 3 a solid 4.5 out of 5. This series is a must-watch for any adventure-action anime lover, and it’s getting wilder with every season! Click the link below to read the full review in detail. Demon Slayer Season 3 Review: Does Nezuko die in Season 3?

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