Demon Slayer Season 3 Episode 3
Release Time, Preview & Where To Watch
The third season’s Episode 3 of Demon Slayer, which is due out on Sunday, is highly anticipated by fans. Viewers are eager to find out what happens next after an amazing inaugural episode that highlighted the Swordsmith Village location and lasted about an hour. What can we anticipate from the forthcoming episode?We were introduced to a fighting doll that has been handed down through the centuries in the previous Demon Slayer episode. The doll had six arms to mimic the mannerisms of the strongest demon slayers in recorded history.Release Date & Preview
Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) season 3 episode 3 will be released on April 23, 2023. The episode is titled “A sword from 300 years ago” and the preview for the episode has been released. Demon Slayer Season 3 Episode 3 Release Time
Demon Slayer season 3 episode 3 will release in Japan at 11:45 p.m. JST (Japanese Standard Time). Fortunately, Crunchyroll will simulcast the episodes, which means the episode will be released at the same time as the Japanese premiere. Demon Slayer Season 3, Episode 3 will release at 10:45 a.m. Pacific Time.
For the international audience, here is the exact release time for Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 3 Episode 3:
- Japan (Tokyo): Sun, 23 April 2023 at 12:45 am
- India (New Delhi): Sat, 22 April 2023 at 8:45 pm
- Philippines (Manila): Sat, 22 April 2023 at 10:45 pm
- Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur): Sat, 22 April 2023 at 10:45 pm
- Indonesia (Jakarta): Sat, 22 April 2023 at 9:45 pm
- Germany (Berlin): Sat, 22 April 2023 at 4:45 pm
- France (Paris): Sat, 22 April 2023 at 4:45 pm
- United Kingdom: Sat, 22 April 2023 at 3:45 pm
- US & Canada (Eastern Time): Sat, 22 April 2023 at 10:45 am
- US & Canada (Pacific Time): Sat, 22 April 2023 at 7:45 am
Source : Demon Slayer Official Website
Where To Watch Demon Slayer Season 3?
Crunchyroll will stream Demon Slayer Season 3 in some locations. The third season will be available on Crunchyroll’s platform, exactly like the previous seasons, according to the company’s official Twitter account, which confirmed this information. To see the series, viewers must have a paid subscription, though. Crunchyroll recently lowered the cost of their subscriptions in a number of areas.
Source : Bleach Official Website
Treat for Bleach Fans: TYBW Arc Part 2’s First 2 Episodes to Get Early Screening!
The upcoming Bleach Thousand Year Blood War arc part 2, scheduled to air in July 2023, will be featuring an early screening of its first two episodes. As per the announcement on the official website of Tite Kubo’s Bleach TYBW arc anime adaptation, the early screening will take place on June 25.
Additionally, a new key visual for the second part of the TYBW arc, titled “The Separation,” has also been unveiledAs stated on the official website, there will be a special preview event taking place at Hulic Hall Tokyo. Those in attendance will be given the chance to view the episodes in advance of their release to the general public, as well as take part in discussions with the show’s creators and cast members, allowing them to ask questions of their favorite voice actors.
The event is divided into two sections, with the first part being exclusive to members of Tite Kubo’s official fan club, “Klub Outside.” The creator of the Bleach manga, Tite Kubo, as well as director Tomohisa Taguchi, Pierrot producer Yoshihiko Tominaga, and series composition writer Masaki Hiramatsu, will all be in attendance.
The second segment of the event will feature appearances by Seiichi Morita (voice actor for Ichigo Kurosaki), Yuichiro Umehara (Eugram Hashwald), Noriaki Sugiyama (voice actor for Uryu Ishida), Shunsuke Takeuchi (voice actor for Askin Knucklevaal), and Chiaki Matsuzawa as the host
.The Bleach Thousand Year Blood War arc, which adapts the manga’s final storyline, has been announced to be released in four parts by Studio Pierrot. The first part of the anime consisted of 13 episodes and was released between October 11 and December 27, 2022.
The anime can be watched on Disney Plus and Hulu in select countries, as Crunchyroll has removed all of their Bleach anime catalogues from the platform.
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Upcoming Horimiya Anime Reveals Trailer, Set To Release In July 2023
Fans of Horimiya, who have been eagerly anticipating more content from the series, can now celebrate as a new trailer for the upcoming anime titled Horimiya -piece- has been released. This promotional video, known as the “Shuwakyun version,” offers a glimpse into the concept of the anime. The series is scheduled for release in July 2023, bringing fresh content to fans who have been eagerly waiting for more Horimiya goodness.It is worth mentioning that Horimiya -piece- should not be mistaken for a direct continuation or a second season of Horimiya.
The first season of Horimiya already covered the entire manga series. However, some of the content from the manga was left out in the first season of Horimiya. These untold stories will now be included in the new anime, Horimiya -piece-.Horimiya -piece- will be animated by CloverWorks, the same team that created the first season of Horimiya. The original anime series was released in April 2021 and comprised of 13 episodes.It is worth mentioning that Horimiya -piece- should not be mistaken for a direct continuation or a second season of Horimiya. The first season of Horimiya already covered the entire manga series.
However, some of the content from the manga was left out in the first season of Horimiya. These untold stories will now be included in the new anime, Horimiya -piece-.Horimiya -piece- will be animated by CloverWorks, the same team that created the first season of Horimiya. The original anime series was released in April 2021 and comprised of 13 episodes.
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