Demon Slayer Kimetsu No Yaiba Stories Water & Flame GN

Demon Slayer Kimetsu No Yaiba Stories Water & Flame GN

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Koyoharu Gotouge, Ryoji Hirano
(A) Ryoji Hirano
Savage demons devour unsuspecting humans in Taisho-era Japan. The Demon Slayer Corps wields special swords to end the devastation demons spread. Giyu Tomioka-the sole Water Hashira-and Kyojuro Rengoku-a high-ranking Kinoe-travel on missions to eliminate demons and prove their mettle as two of the fiercest Demon Slayers. For teen audiences.
Date Available: 01/05/2022
BONUS REVIEW by Shawn


This is an excellent volume for anybody who's read Demon Slayer, or anybody that's only considered it. This story explores members of the Hashira, a group of warriors so powerful that they basically function as the Seal Team 6 of the Demon Slayer Corps. Even though that sentence may make it seem otherwise, it's pretty easy to get up to speed on stuff. Just don't expect a whole lot of Tenjiro and Nezuko in the volume, as it's all about the Hashira. Highly recommended for those who want to try manga. I generally find it moderately difficult to read, as it's pretty counter-intuitive for me, but I thought that this book was way worth the effort.

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Koyoharu Gotouge, Ryoji Hirano
(A) Ryoji Hirano
Savage demons devour unsuspecting humans in Taisho-era Japan. The Demon Slayer Corps wields special swords to end the devastation demons spread. Giyu Tomioka-the sole Water Hashira-and Kyojuro Rengoku-a high-ranking Kinoe-travel on missions to eliminate demons and prove their mettle as two of the fiercest Demon Slayers. For teen audiences.
Date Available: 01/05/2022
BONUS REVIEW by Shawn


This is an excellent volume for anybody who's read Demon Slayer, or anybody that's only considered it. This story explores members of the Hashira, a group of warriors so powerful that they basically function as the Seal Team 6 of the Demon Slayer Corps. Even though that sentence may make it seem otherwise, it's pretty easy to get up to speed on stuff. Just don't expect a whole lot of Tenjiro and Nezuko in the volume, as it's all about the Hashira. Highly recommended for those who want to try manga. I generally find it moderately difficult to read, as it's pretty counter-intuitive for me, but I thought that this book was way worth the effort.

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams