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【Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba】I put together a bunch of spin-offs, novelizations, and fan books!

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We’ve compiled a list of spin-offs, novelizations, and fan books of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”!
From gaiden works starring characters other than Tanjiro to fan books that explain the work, we bring you the “official Onimetu” outside of the main story!

Middle and High School Consistency! Kimetsu Gakuen Monogatari

One of the most famous “Blade of the Demise” spin-offs is this extra manga.
It is created by the author himself, Mr. Agoge Yoseiharu, and is usually called “Kimetsu Gakuen” for short.

The content is a self-directed school parody using each of the characters from Onimetsu.
The setting is the present day, and it’s a comedy where Sumijiro and his friends lead a lively school life.
The point is that not only the main characters, but also demons, people who have died a horrible death, and other characters who have serious settings in the main story, as well as bad guys, are depicted in a relaxed style.

The character settings are mainly shown at the end of the comics and in the empty pages, but in the “Close Up! A Day in the Life of Sumijiro at Kimetsu Academy” in Jump Giga 2018 Winter vol. 3.
In the anime, it was visualized in the previews for episodes 14 and 17 of the first season.

As the last half of the main story was very serious and hard, this work was said to be the only way to heal.

Kimetu no Aima

This is a four-panel manga that ran in Shonen Jump+ from April to September 2019.
It was drawn by Ryoji Hirano.
It was serialized in the form of a promotional project linked to the TV anime, where stories based on the episodes aired in the anime were updated immediately after the broadcast, and the work was completed at the same time as the anime ended.

It’s a gag manga with deformed second-stature characters, and each update consists of a half-page cover and one page of four-panel manga.
There are 26 issues in total, so it’s not quite enough to make it into a comic book, but all the stories are now available for free on Shonen Jump+.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba: Giyu Tomioka Gaiden

This is a gaiden work that was published in Weekly Shonen Jump 18-19, 2019.
It was drawn by Ryoji Hirano, the same artist who drew “Ketsu no Aima! but this one is drawn in a style similar to the main story.
The first part is 45 pages long, and the second part is 31 pages long.

As you can see from the title, the story is about the main character of the main story, Giyu Tomioka, a water pillar.
The story takes place after he meets Sumijiro, and he and Shinobu go to the snowy mountains in the north, where they confront the daughter of an innkeeper and her father who has turned into a demon.

The story itself is serious, but the natural side of Giyu is also well depicted, making this a very satisfying middle chapter for fans.
The scene where Giyu, who rarely talks about his feelings, reminisces about the time he met Sumijiro is a must-see.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba: Rengoku Kyoujuro Gaiden

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This is the second Gaiden work to be published in Weekly Shonen Jump 2020 issue 45-46.
It is drawn by Ryoji Hirano.

It’s a commemorative work for the release of the movie version, and is a story supervised by Mr. Agoge, featuring the flame pillar Rengoku Kyoujuro.
It depicts the mission of Purgatory and Kanroji Mitsuri, a pillar of love.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Flower of Happiness

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It’s a novel spin-off written by Aya Yajima, who also wrote the novelizations for “Blue Exorcist” and “Muhyo and Rosie’s Demon Law Office.
It was published by JUMP j BOOKS on February 4, 2019.
As with the official novelization, Agoge is in charge of the cover and illustrations, and also supervised the work.

The contents are a collection of short stories: “The Flower of Happiness”, in which Sumijiro thinks about the future of his younger sister Neduko after the defeat of Kyoukai; “Who’s Worth It”, in which Zenitsu Agatsuma reminisces about the day he first slayed a demon in the Butterfly House; “Fortune-Telling Rumpus: The End of the Story”, in which Zenitsu’s slapstick drama after the Mugen Train Arc is described; and “Aoi and Kanawo”, in which Aoi describes her complicated feelings toward Kanawo. Aoi and Kanawo,” which describes Aoi’s complicated feelings for Kanawo, and “The Story of Kimetsu Academy! which is a story about Aoi’s complicated feelings for Kanawo, and
There is a lot of Zenitsu in this story, and it is characterized by its heartwarming atmosphere.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba: Butterfly with One Wing

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This is the second novel spin-off short story collection created by Aya Yajima.
It will be published by JUMP j BOOKS on October 4, 2019, and continues to have a cover and illustrations by Agoge Sensei.

The short stories include “The Butterfly on One Wing,” which depicts the encounter between Himejima Gyomei, a rock pillar, and the Kocho Kanae and Shinobu sisters; “The Recommendation of the Right Hot Spring,” in which Zenitsu, whose heart is broken during pillar practice, is ordered to dig a hot spring; “The Hidden Matter of Ganroji Mitsuri,” in which Mitsuri’s anguish over being ostracized by Shinobu, who has a heavy past, takes a strange turn. The Hidden Object”; “Yume no Ato Saki”, a story about Genya Shinazugawa’s time in a butterfly house; “To the Laughing Boy”, in which the Pillars take on a mission to make Giyu laugh; and “Chuugakusei☆Kimetsu Gakuen! ~Paradise Lost”.
This is a book with an excellent balance of stories that make you laugh and stories that make you cry.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba: A Guide to the Wind

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This is the third novel spin-off by Aya Yajima.
It will be published by JUMP j BOOKS on July 3, 2020, with the cover and illustrations by Agoge.

There are three spin-off stories in the series: “Kaze no Michishirube”, the past episode of Sanemi Shinazugawa, a pillar of the wind, and Masachika Kumeno, who challenges Shimogen no Ichi; “Kougetsuzuka Hotaru’s Omiai”, a comical story of Hotaru’s blind date; “Hana to Beast”, an episode of the interaction between Inosuke Hashibira and Kanawo Tsuyuri The episode “Flower and Beast” is an interaction episode between Inosuke Hashibira and Kanawo Tsuyuri, “Tomorrow’s Promise” is a story about a hazy pillar, Muichirou Tokito and Kotetsu repairing a broken En Ichi Zero, and “Midnight Parade” is a story about a middle and high school student, Kimetsu Gakuen! ~Midnight Parade~”.

This novel spin-off series has recorded phenomenal sales, keeping the momentum of the explosive success of the original work, and the total number of copies sold for the three books has exceeded 2.8 million.

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