Charging into Battle: Demon Slayer Cosplayer Takes on Inosuke’s Fearless Persona

Demon Slayer Kimestu No Yaiba’s boar-clad master of Beast Breathing is Inosuke Hashibora. He appears in a brand-new cosplay.

Demon Slayer Inosuke is eager to face some monsters in his latest cosplay.

The fierce warrior was brought to life by cosplayer and Reddit user Edoardovolpii. Though they present Inosuke without his iconic boar mask on, the costume still offers a screen-accurate representation of the intimidating mask, as well as a wig that recreates Inosuke’s surprisingly pretty two-tone blue hair. Inosuke’s modified Demon Slayer Corps uniform is also featured as part of the outfit. The pants remain however the haori and shirt are replaced by a fur-lined scarf.

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While Inosuke is part of the same Final Selection exam as Zenitsu Agatsuma and Tanjiro Kamado, he has not met his future friends until Tsuzumi Mansion, which is where Inosuke fights and annoys the swordsmen. Although his relationship with Tanjiro and Zenitsu begins with a violent beginning, he ultimately becomes a valued part of the trio with the brute strength and demon-tracking skills of his Beast Breathing style proving to be an invaluable weapon in the group’s future fights against Muzan Kibutsuji and the demons from the Twelve Kizuki.

The trio recently demonstrated just how far they’ve gotten during the anime’s popular Entertainment District arc, in which they worked together to take on the Upper-rank demon Daki and her brother, Gyutaro. The Entertainment District arc recently wrapped up the anime’s second season on February 13. Crunchyroll has made subtitled versions of both anime seasons available for streaming via Funimation and Crunchyroll. On February 20 on the 20th of February, the English dub for the Entertainment District arc premiered. Already, the anime series announced that it would continue by releasing an adaptation of the Swordsmith Village episode. The show does not have a release date. The cast and crew of the previous two seasons of the show are all expected to reprise their roles for the series continuation.

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba was written by creator and author Koyoharu Gotouge. It is currently one of the top-selling manga of the series time with a total circulation of over 150 million copies worldwide from its first appearance. The manga’s first chapter was released in the final chapter of 2020, and the manga’s continued popularity led to it becoming the second-highest-selling manga in Japan for 2021 with 29.5 million copies. VIZ Media now offers the complete manga series in English.

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