The platform Funimation announced by a statement that it will add dubbing to the animated manga adaptation from into Latin Spanish Koyoharu Gotouge, Kimetsu no yaiba, to its catalog in Mexico on March 25th. This is the same synchronization as Netflix will be added to its catalog in Latin America on April 1st, and that was previously exclusive to the US.

On the other hand, Koyoharu Gotouge started publishing the original manga in the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha Completed in February 2016 and May 2020 with a total of 23 compiled volumes. The work also inspired several spin-off series and an amendment.

The piece inspired a 26-part anime adaptation produced by the studios. Ufotable, Headed by Haruo Sotozaki and published in April 2019. The film was then produced Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha hen, which was released in October 2020, and production of a second season is finally confirmed with the title Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yuukaku hen, for this year.

Synopsis of Kimetsu no Yaiba

In the Taisho era in Japan, Tanjirou Kamado is a kind and intelligent boy who lives in the mountains with his family. Tanjirou became the head of his family after the death of his father and makes constant trips to the village at the foot of the mountain to sell firewood and charcoal.

However, his life changes when he returns home one day after a night out and finds that his family has been killed by a demon. Tanjirou and her sister Nezuko are the only survivors now, but she has been turned into a demon, though surprisingly she still shows emotion and appears to have a sense of reason. After meeting Giyuu Tomioka, a demon hunter; Tanjirou He decides to become a demon hunter in order to hunt down his family's killer and find a way to get Nezuko back to normal.

Source: Official Twitter account

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