How Old Is Nezuko At The End Of Season 1
When the story started, Nezuko is just 12 years old while her brother Tanjiro is 13. Once Tanjiro discovered that she is a demon, he did everything he can to find a cure for her, even if it means joining the Demon Slayer corps. He trained for 2 years while Nezuko slept to regain her energy. When she woke up, she should be 14 years old but since demons don’t age, she should be still 12 by the end of the series.
Other things changed in Nezuko when she became a demon. She grew fans and had stiletto nails. Her hair had flame-orange color below her waist unlike before when she just had plain black hair. Despite those, Nezuko continued to wear her usual pink kimono with a dark brown haori. When she transforms, a white horn grows from the side of her forehead and a vein-like pattern appears on her skin.
Despite those changes, Nezuko remained the kind girl that she was when she was a human. Although she lost her memories as a human, her kind and caring nature were still there. Sakonji Urokodaki influenced her to continue caring for humans like how she cared for her family. She also has basic emotions like being sad or happy. She might be detached from other emotions since she is a demon, but she is calmer than other demons.
On February 15, 2016, Koyoharu Gotouge’s Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba manga made its debut. Over the course of slightly more than four years, the shonen series went on to release 23 volumes before concluding its run on May 18, 2020. It is safe to say that this creation was a resounding success, and its popularity hardly waned following its conclusion; in 2021, Demon Slayer ranked as the year’s second best-selling manga series, only losing out by a small margin to the ongoing Jujutsu Kaisen.
In 2019, Ufotable released the Demon Slayer anime adaptation. While the first season hit the ground running, the show did not become a phenomenon until its fantastic episode 18, a chapter that features some of the most breathtaking animation of the last decade. Since then, Demon Slayer has produced the highest-grossing anime film of all time and a sequel season that is even better than its predecessor. Ufotable has also confirmed that a third season is on the way, one that will cover the “Swordsmith Village” arc.