Demon Slayer - Kimetsu no yaiba is a Japanese comic book series written and drawn by Koyoharu Takagi. It is about a boy named Tanjiro, who gain the power to become a demon slayer, and his sister Nezuko who also become a monster. The series was launched in 2020 and has been a popular one ever since.
Demon Slayer Kimetsu is written in two parts, with each of them running for twelve issues. Each issue is packed full of humor, action and a lot of adventure.
The first part is called "The Demon Slayer" and tells the story of a boy named Tanjiro. His older brother Nezuko kills his parents and sister, so he becomes a Demon Slayer. But when he starts killing his own soul mates, he realizes that he cannot stay a Demon Slayer forever, so he decides to stop and go back to his normal life.
However, Nezuko won't let him do that because she wants him to kill her. And the two fight, until Tanjiro gets Nezuko's uncle on the brink of death and they both die. Afterward, Nezuko makes an offer of love to Tanjiro, and when Tanjiro refuses to give up on his life as a Demon Slayer, Nezuko gets fed up and turns into a Demon herself.
As you can see, Demon Slayer - Kimetsu has lots of humor and fun, especially for a comic book series. The storyline is unique and original and the way it unfolds is very exciting. Plus, Tanjiro is an interesting character that is not only likable but also very well-developed.
The art of Demon Slayer - Kimetsu is great too. There are several different artists who are responsible for the design of the story and characters. I particularly like the way the artists made the characters come to life when they are on the page.
The story, although a little predictable, does have its ups and downs, and at times I wished that Tanjiro would have a little more personality. He's not a very strong character by the end of the series, but the endearing part of his personality is what helped make this series so enjoyable.
The good thing about the series, as with any comic book, is that it's easy to read and understand. It doesn't have to be a difficult read to understand and there isn't too much slang or anything that might confuse you. So if you're interested in this particular type of comic, you should give it a try!
Demons are a great addition to any book store shelves, especially if you're looking for a quick, entertaining read. There's nothing better than a good, fast read.