Demon Slayer and My Hero Academia Get New 7-inch Plush From Funko



Funko has recently expanded its anime lineup, adding new exclusive Pop figures to the Demon Slayer and My Hero Academia collections. However, today they're taking a different approach by introducing adorable, cuddly, and intricately detailed 7-inch plush toys. Here's a breakdown of the available options, each priced at $12.99, along with pre-order links:


Demon Slayer Funko Plush - Pre-order at Entertainment EarthHot Topic / Amazon


• Demon Slayer Inosuke Hashibira 7-Inch Plush

• Demon Slayer Nezuko Kamado 7-Inch Plush

• Demon Slayer Tanjiro Kamado 7-Inch Plush

• Demon Slayer Zenitsu Agatsuma 7-Inch Plush


My Hero Academia Funko Plush - Pre-order at Entertainment Earth / Hot Topic / Amazon


• My Hero Academia All Might 7-Inch Plush

• My Hero Academia Deku 7-Inch Plush

• My Hero Academia Ochako Uraraka 7-Inch Plush

• My Hero Academia Katsuki Bakugo 7-Inch Plush


These plush toys capture the charm of your favorite Demon Slayer and My Hero Academia characters, providing a soft and huggable addition to your collection. Secure your pre-orders through the provided links on Entertainment Earth, Hot Topic, and Amazon.







What's Next for Demon Slayer? 

Following the conclusion of the Demon Slayer: Swordsmith Village Arc in the anime series, an exciting announcement quickly followed—Demon Slayer Season 4 is now in production. This upcoming season will adapt the Hashira Training Arc from Koyoharu Gotoge's original Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba manga. Fans are curious to see how this arc, which is relatively short in the manga, will be expanded and possibly incorporate original material to fill out a full season of the series.


To catch up on the Demon Slayer anime, you can now stream the first three seasons and the Mugen Train Arc feature film on Crunchyroll. The anime is set in the Taisho Period of Japan, where we follow the journey of Tanjiro, a compassionate boy who sells charcoal to make a living. Tragically, his family is brutally attacked and killed by a demon, with only his younger sister, Nezuko, surviving the ordeal. However, Nezuko has been transformed into a demon herself. Despite the devastation, Tanjiro resolves to become a "demon slayer" in order to save his sister and avenge his family by eliminating the demon responsible.


Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Demon Slayer by streaming the anime series on Crunchyroll, and witness Tanjiro's quest to restore his sister's humanity and seek justice for his family.







My Hero Academia Season 7: What to Expect

After the conclusion of My Hero Academia Season 6, it was confirmed that Season 7 is in development. However, as of now, no release date or window has been announced for the upcoming season. In Season 7, a prominent character named Star and Stripe will play a significant role as the series adapts the next major arc from the Final Act saga of Kohei Horikoshi's original My Hero Academia manga.


As the My Hero Academia manga progresses towards the climax of the Final Act saga, it suggests that the anime may also be approaching its conclusion. Since the anime is not far behind the manga's storyline at the end of Season 6, Season 7 will likely cover the remaining content, leaving fans excited to witness Star and Stripe's actions on the screen. Stay tuned for further updates on the release date and details of My Hero Academia Season 7, as fans eagerly await the continuation of the series.

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