Tanjirou and the group have completed their rehabilitation training at the Butterfly Mansion, and they arrive to their next mission on the Mugen Train, where over 40 people have disappeared in a very short period of time. Tanjirou and Nezuko, along with Zenitsu and Inosuke, join one of the most powerful swordsmen within the Demon Slayer Corps, Flame Hashira Rengoku Kyoujurou, to face the demon aboard the Mugen Train on track to despair.
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Great movie. Beautiful animation, sound, fights, everything about it is incredible. Im so happy wiht the work ufotable did on this, but I took away half a point because Im still mad thye did a whole 7 episodes of a movie that was already out instead of moving on to the entertainment district arc, but regardless, its a beautiful film. 9.5/10
Mugen Train Once Again Sets The Bar High For The Show!"Set your heart ablaze!"Having already seen the super successful movie, I thought I'd rewatch the Mugen Train arc again and I think I like it in this format more, a movie is great but there's just something about watching it in Episodes that builds up that suspense. Mugen Train continues the journey of Tanjiro and friends as they assist the Flame Hashira on the Mugen Train, as there's supposedely a demon that's killing people on the train. Quite a simple story that doesn't fully feel like a full arc but it still packs all the things you love about Demon Slayer.We get more action from our favorite Demon Slayers here with everyone getting a chance to shine, but I think the one who steals the show here is the newly introduced Flame Hashira, Rengoku Kyōjurō, with his bright flamy hair, majestic eyebrows and super encouraging will and fire to protect others and push himself to the limit. Mugen also introduces it's best villain to date, as a reminder that the show isn't always going to go the way of the Demon Slayers.The animation was on point once again and the sound team does a incredible too. The music is great as well as another great opener from LiSA with the song Akeboshi. The voice acting is stellar with a unforgettable performance from Satoshi Hino (Sawamura from Haikyuu!) as Rengoku. Overall Demon Slayer hasn't missed a beat and continues to deliver beautiful sequences and thrilling moments, steadily building up for the currently ongoing Red District Arc which is already delivering another incredible story.+ Short Sweet Story Arc.+Rengoku!.+ Stellar Visuals and Sound Work.
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