While the manga continues to grow at terrifying numbers, surpassing the 4 million copies sold for the first edition alone, Demon Hunter continue to be relentlessly confronted with the unpleasant phenomenon of theft.
With 100 million copies sold, Demon Slayer is undoubtedly one of the most productive series in the entire Japanese publishing scene. As if that wasn't enough, the franchise is gearing up for the debut of the new film, which will continue to grow the sales associated with the author's pearl. Koyoharu Gotouge.
In any case, many stores have long been victims of theft phenomena related to the tankobon associated with the series, so some comic book stores have been forced to take various measures. The history of the spa has gone viral lately. "Onser no Mori"Up to 20 volumes of the manga that were reserved for customers disappeared overnight. The work published a statement on its social channels to cordially invite thieves to return stolen copies.
The news was shared on the Internet by thousands of fans who, driven by the good deed, gathered in a short time to send a surprise with 7 boxes full of Demon Slayer manga for a total of about 190 volumes. One of the boxes carried a letter with the following message:
Pleased to make your acquaintance. I saw what happened thanks to the Twitter posting.
"In an incomplete world, we need more love than anger."
This is one of my favorite languages. If the copies don't come back, I hope we can all band together. "
A message of encouragement regarding an extremely genuine gesture. Instead, what do you think of this initiative launched by fans of the manga? Let us know with a comment below.