REPORTS ARRIVE THAT KIMETSU NO YAIBA HAS BEEN AMONG THE MOST SEEN THIS WEEKEND IN LATIN AMERICA THROUGH NETFLIX
Since last April 1, the anime Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba has been available on Netflix. Users of this platform had to wait a long time for it to be available, as it first arrived on Crunchyroll.
However, the wait was worth it, since the version they got, like the one from Funimation, is dubbed in Latin Spanish. And it seems that the latter has had great benefits for this great production.
KIMETSU NO YAIBA CAME TO NETFLIX
That is what was revealed this weekend, when the anime managed to place itself among the 10 most watched shows on Netflix in Mexico, Argentina and other Latin American countries.
This success could not be understood without the participation of ufotable, the studio in charge of this animated adaptation. Not for nothing did he do an excellent job when it comes to character and set design, as well as animation. Likewise, the rhythm and script shine.
It was remarkable that he made Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba stand out on the small screen. However, much of the credit goes to mangaka Koyoharu Gotōge, who managed to create an entertaining and fascinating tale that resonated with readers, and was replicated in the anime.
From what can be seen, it is not a phenomenon only localized in Japan, but it can be replicated in other nations. Not for nothing his animated film is also highly anticipated.
THE ANIME HAS DUBBING IN LATIN SPANISH
In Latin America it will be known as Demon Slayer: Mugen Train, and as regards Mexico, it will premiere on April 22. At the moment it is not known if it will be available on Netflix and other video-on-demand services, but hopefully so.
We say it because it is the direct sequel to the TV anime, and of course, it is canon. It’s the perfect way to continue after watching the first season, and prepare for the second that is on the way.
According to plan, the new season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will premiere this year in the land of the Rising Sun.
It will be a matter to see if it also reaches Netflix, but if so, do not expect it to be something immediately. It is likely to debut much earlier on other video-on-demand services.
However, it is likely that some will wait to enjoy a new dubbing in Latin Spanish. It is something very possible.