Demon Slayer Mugen Train Arc Episode 2 Review: Bliss

Quick Summary of Demon Slayer Mugen Train Arc Episode 2

In Demon Slayer Mugen Train Arc Episode 2, “Deep Sleep,” Tanjirou Kamado, Inosuke Hashibira, and Zenitsu Agatsuma boarded the Mugen train looking for the Hashira Kyoujurou Rengoku. There were only two problems. First, as the train got under way, Inosuke went wild with delight at the train’s speed. It was all Zenitsu could do to keep Inosuke from plastering his face to every window they passed. The second was that some random guy towards the front of the train kept shouting “Umai!” every few seconds. Tanjirou was shocked to find that Umai-man was actually the Hashira they were looking for! But then an exhausted-looking conductor punched their tickets, and everything started to go downhill from there.

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Demon Slayer 2 Episode 2: Rengoku certainly likes his bentos!

I’ll say this for Rengoku. The man likes his bentos! Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.

In last week’s episode, we saw just that Rengoku wasn’t just a nice guy. He was a Nice Guy! He not only protected the weak, but he also bought their bentos. In bulk!

Now the Mugen train is underway, and Tanjirou, Inosuke, and Zenitsu have teamed up with Rengoku. That should mean they’re pretty much invincible, right? Well, maybe not. This is Demon Slayer, after all.

Can our heroes protect the passengers from rampaging demons? Can they protect themselves? And what’s up with that creepy conductor?

Please do check out our review of Demon Slayer 2’s “Deep Sleep” on I Drink and Watch Anime!

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