The Phenomenon of the demon slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba what concerned all Japanese can no longer simply be explained. Koyoharu Gotouge's manga has reached unprecedented heights that are likely to remain untouched for decades, if not forever. Demon Slayer's are extraordinary numbers and this is repeated with the final Tankobon.

Today, December 4, 2020, Volume 23 of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is scheduled for sale in Japan in Comics. Shueisha expected a large turnout and for this reason printed a total of 3.95 million copies for regular and limited editions from the start.

With the arrival of the first day it is in Japan The demon slayer mania began That got all the fans out of the stores, as it did for the previous volumes, but with higher numbers. Japanese comic book stores had to order an immense amount of volumes as you can see in some photos below, and despite the fact that it has been almost 8 hours since the stores opened, in many places the Copies are already out of print.

obviously There's no shortage of queues outside of the shops, with potential buyers waiting to step in, hoping that there is still volume left. The photos below show how well this phenomenon is now well established and that the final volume will need to be reprinted over and over again to keep everyone happy.

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