We Never Learn is a manga that has been going on on Weekly Shonen Jump since 2017 becoming one of the most appreciated of the current generation of the magazine. In recent years he has dedicated himself, in addition to We Never Learn near the end, to other magazine titles collected with some special posters. Now he has also dedicated himself to Demon Slayer.

Taking advantage of the Golden Week break, the manga Taishi Tsutsui dedicated himself to making images of characters from other manga. We have already shown you his sketch created for the success of Kaguya-sama: Love is War, but in recent days he has also worked on Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, anime and manga with a resounding success.

The image you can see below, taken from the author’s personal Twitter account, shows the Tanijro made with the classic Taishi Tsutsui style. The mangaka together with his wife drew these sketches and made both in pencil and with the nib. The image prepared by the mangaka shows Tanjiro in a classic combat pose, with the Nichirin sword unlined. Do you like this version of Tanjiro more or the one designed by the original author, Koyoharu Gotouge?

Demon Slayer’s manga is nearing its end, having chapter 205 announced as the final one.

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