Today, we’re going to continue our Kimetsu No Yaiba Anime review with episodes 17 thru 21; The Mount Natagumo Arc. Also, we will review Episode 22 on a different day. Also, if you have enjoyed the series so far, share your thoughts with us on Facebook, Twitter or over on Tumblr!
After battling the demon in the Tuszumi Mansion and regaining their strength after resting at the House with the Wisteria Family Crest, they’re being lead to Mount Natagumo; a Mountain range that is swarming with Spiders and demons that inhabit the range. Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Inosuke battle with the ‘Spider-Family’ while trying to help save the other Demon Slayers that are ensnared in their web, with two of the Pillars help. Can Tanjiro and the others survive long enough until help arrives? What do the Pillars want with Tanjrio and Nezuko?
With shows such as Naruto, Bleach, Dragonball (Original, Z, and Super) using the familiar Shonen Anime formula that fans have grown accustomed to it is great to see shows such as Dr. Stone, the Promised Neverland bringing in exciting new changes to the Anime genre. But it is shown that is under the radar such as Kimetsu No Yaiba and We Never Learn that is showing so much promise and Kimetsu No Yaiba’s Animation style and artwork has grown with each new episode if you recall during the battle with the Tuszumi Demon known as Kyogai; Tanjiro had to learn to adapt with the change of the atmosphere and the rhythm of battle to defeat the former member of the Twelve Demon Moons and learn more about Kyogai’s Blood Demon Art Technique while Zenitsu (having defended the brother from the Demons when he was passed out) and Inosuke (Oddly enough he was trying to kill everything or challenge anything around him) after their escape from the mansion. With a story such as Kimetsu No Yaiba, an anime with such a compelling story that involves revenge, family, and redemption it has been clear that UfoTable has brought Koyoharu Gotoge’s story to a whole new level, from the story, right up to the intense battles to life even more. Listed below are examples of UfoTable and Koyoharu Gotoge’s beautiful artwork and animation: