Demon Slayer started and never knew how big it would become. The Mangaka Koyoharu Gotōge completed Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba with Chapter 205. It was a hit both in Japan as well as across the globe and broke all records. Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie – Mugen Train released into North American theatres and earned $47 million. It earned $479.3 million worldwide and $365.5 million in Japan.
When the story got wrapped up in May 2020, fans were unsure about what they have next on the manga plate. The fan page, WSJ_manga, has a strong history, and this page told fans that a spinoff manga is in the works for Demon Slayer.
The report says that the hit series is crafting a spinoff titled Kimetsu Gakuen. This August, the manga will be published in Saikyo Jump and it will be handled by Natsuki Home.
This spinoff of Damon Slayer is less serious than its counterparts. From the Attack on Titan to Naruto and more, the phenomenon is well documented, and the manga has little continuity with their progenitors. Looking at how the final chapter of Demon Slayer went down, this schoolyard spinoff further increases the expectation.
Presently, fans are hoping for the news to be true, but no official notification. Demon Slayer’s absence has lasted more than a year now and this spinoff may turn out to be condiment the earlier.