Ufotable’s Demon Slayer fans expressed their love for Haganezuka’s face reveal in the latest episode.
Episode 7 of the “Swordsmith Village” season of Demon Slayer was recently released, and viewers took to Twitter to express their excitement at the major reveal of a masked figure’s face. Hotaru Haganezuka, the eccentric swordsmith, was making a new sword during the episode’s climax when the demon Gyokko attacked him and broke his mask. Fans saw his face for the first time and were amazed, commenting that he was surprisingly handsome.
Twitter users expressed their thoughts on the reveal, using a series of positive words to describe the character’s new look. Some call him “Majestic” and “Pretty”, with one user even describing the character as “Sexy”. Haganezuka spent all of her time in the series wearing a hyottoko mask. This is a real-life traditional Japanese clown mask worn by all swordsmiths in the Demon Slayer series. The latest episode marks the first time any of the swordsmiths in the show have been shown without one.
Demon Slayer’s Face History Revealed
This unique revelation is not the first time the Demon Slayer has revealed an attractive face hidden behind the mask. Eccentric supporting character Inosuke Hashibara spends most of his time wearing the boar mask that has become synonymous with his looks. However, the first part revealed in “Tsuzumi Mansion” that the character has a pretty face underneath it. This was even included in the story of the “Amusement Zone” section when Sound Hashira Tengen Uzui made him infiltrate the area as a woman, and he was happily accepted thanks to his pretty face. his beautiful.
The series is currently in the middle of its third season, which includes the “Swordsman Village” part. It follows the main character, Tanjiro, who teams up with Genya Shinazugawa, who uses a Buddhist verse in battle to fend off demons that attack the prestigious village. In addition, Hasha Hasha Muichiro Tokito Mist and Hashira Love Mitsuri Kanroji also appear to fight off threats from the devil. It was mostly well received by the audience, with the exception of some disagreement over the studio’s use of CGI and criticism of Nezuko’s sexually suggestive appearance.
Demon Slayer is available to watch on Crunchyroll, with the next volume scheduled to premiere on May 28, 2023. The manga, written by Koyoharu Gotouge, is available to read on the Viz Media website with a subscription. Shonen Jump.