Demon Slayer’s Gyutaro goes viral in this Low Cost cosplay


One of the creepiest and most powerful demons to appear in the shonen series created by Kyoharo Gotouge is Gyutaro, the last villain of the Demon Slayer Red District Arc who has a strange relationship with his sister Daki.

With the two demon brothers sharing a single body, the pair created quite a challenge for Tanjiro and his friends to overcome as the series heads towards its season finale, with Gyutaro receiving the creative and fun cosplay treatment to celebrate the last great anime battle.

Low Cost Cosplay shared this hilarious new take on Gyutaro, using a combination of different types of merchandise to help bring to life the top-tier demon who is just one of many demonic villains Tanjiro has to defeat to get close to main antagonist Muzan Kibutsuji. .

Demon Slayer Gyutaro Cosplay

Gyutaro by Low Cost Cosplay

More than 110 thousand 300 likes, the famous cosplayer managed to recreate the main features of Gyutaro. Who would say that a tangerine salad is synonymous with Gyutaro? Previously, the fellow Dragon Ball Z fan shows off his ingenuity with hilarious Saibaman cosplay.

Gyutaro’s arrival during the Entertainment District Arc was surprising as his introduction revealed that he was sharing a body with his sister, Daki, who had been the previous main threat and was stealing workers within the district to feed during her free time.

What moon is Gyutaro?

Gyutaro and Daki are Upper Moon Six. With Tanjiro and his friends realizing that they needed to behead both Gyutaro and Daki at the same time to defeat the demon brothers, the final battle saw Tengen lose an arm and an eye. While the other protagonists received serious injuries at the same time.

The Demon Slayer Season 2 finale is just around the corner and it will give fans an extended episode to close out the Entertainment District Arc. Ufotable, the studio responsible for the anime adaptation, has yet to reveal if the series will continue through a new movie or if a third season is already in the works.

Considering the popularity of the Shonen franchise, both options are definitely on the table. It goes without saying that the world of Demon Slayer has a bright future ahead of it.

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Source-laverdadnoticias.com