Demon Slayer cosplay goes viral for showing off Inosuke’s muscles

The second season of anime demon slayer dove headfirst into the Arch of the Entertainment District. He recently closed the Mugen Train story, giving Tanjiro and his friends a unique new mission under the tutelage of Sound Hashira, Tengen Uzui.

On a mission to see Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Inosuke incognito dressing up as young women looking for work in the brothels of the Entertainment District, the striking appearance of Inosuke Hahsibira under his pig mask makes him the perfect candidate for this mission.

Already now, an artist from cosplay went viral to highlight the full body version of Inosuke. Both his design and personality proved that Inosuke is the best Demon Slayer character to bring to the real world.

Inosuke Hashibira viral cosplay

Instagram Cosplayer Taryn Cosplay shared this new take on Inosuke, the blue haired fighter who has become a fan favorite in the Shonen franchise that has risen through the ranks to become one of the most important properties spawning in Weekly. Shonen Jump.

Who is Inosuke Demon Slayer?

Image: Ufotable / Kimetsu no Yaiba – Inosuke Hashibira

Inosuke Hashibira has been a Unique hero in the ranks of the Demon Slayer SquadThanks in part to his lack of knowledge when it comes to the modern world around him. Recall that during the Mugen Train Arc specifically, Inosuke thought that the engine was a giant demon unto itself.

When Inosuke first appeared, he nearly killed Tanjiro and Nezuko in his quest to fight stronger opponents, making his character development into a main hero even more impressive.

With the Entertainment District Arc placing Inosuke in his most awkward situation, look forward to great moments for the young demon slayer as the second season of the anime series progresses.

The Kimetsu no Yaiba manga has already come to an end in MANGA Plus, and the creator Koyoharu Gotouge it does not hint at the return of the universe at any time in the future. With the original material wrapping their stories, fans are wondering how many more anime seasons and / or movies will be featured.

It goes without saying that, considering the popularity of the Shonen franchise, we would definitely not be surprised if Tanjiro’s story expands on both his anime and manga one day in the future. AmericanPost.News reminds you that you can catch up on Demon Slayer anime at Funimation, Crunchyroll, Netflix and other streaming services.

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