Demon Slayer May Be Set in the Promised Neverland Universe

Fans believe Anime Series Demon Slayer and The Promised Neverland Are Set in the Same Universe.

Demon Slayer May Be Set in the Promised Neverland Universe


  • Fans of anime series such as Demon Slayer are so enthralled with the show that they eagerly await any news or new seasons.
  • Because of this expectation, some fans think Demon Slayer takes place in the Promised Neverland Universe.
  • This theory is backed by a lot of evidence, but there are also a lot of other things that could seriously undermine it.

Anime series like Demon Slayer have captured the interest of the fans so much that they eagerly wait for the new seasons or any kind of news. They also expect the creators to develop some kind of crossover with other anime or manga series, which adds more interest and anticipation to the series, and in a way provides a unique approach to both series.

This anticipation has led fans to believe that Demon Slayer may be set in the Promised Neverland Universe. Fans believe that the two series are from the same reality, just have a different timezone. Many evidences support this theory but on the other hand, there are many other that may discredit this theory vastly.

Demon Slayer
Demon Slayer

As there is no concrete proof or confirmation to these theories, fans can only rely on their imagination and on the information given to them by the creators which gives them reason to believe that both anime series are related in some way.

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Plot of Promised Neverland and Demon Slayer

In The Promised Neverland, humans and demons have reached an uncertain agreement whereby human breeding farms are established to supply the demons with food. On the other hand, in the television series Demon Slayer, a unique team known as the Demon Slayer Corps is tasked with battling the demons that plague the planet.

The protagonists in both series must save themselves from demons who are about to wipe out humanity, which is a common goal. To achieve this goal, humans in both series take action: in Demon Slayer, people must battle demons, and in Promised Neverland, the protagonists employ strategies and plans to outwit the demons.

The Promised Neverland
The Promised Neverland

Although the plot and storyline are somewhat different, their end goal and the establishment of demons as the negative outline have led fans to believe that both series are from a similar timeline in some sense and may hold some common ground.


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Similarities Between Demon Slayer And The Promised Neverland

There are some parallels between the two series despite their differences. Our heroes in both shows have to overcome formidable obstacles by learning new techniques and coming up with fresh strategies. Their approaches to fighting the demons are different, but their objective is still to defeat them in any way possible.

Inosuke Tanjiro and Zenitsu in Demon Slayer
Inosuke Tanjiro and Zenitsu in Demon Slayer

The battle for survival and themes like death and loss are the most common things in these anime series. Some moments reflect high drama, terror, and anticipation in both of them as humans battle these strange creatures and demons attempt to kill them.

Both shows have poignant moments and heartbreaking scenes of tragedy and loss, where characters meet their end while trying to break free from the control of evil forces used by demons. These theories led fans to believe that there might be some sort of connection between both series, however, there is no confirmation or proof from the creators as of yet.

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