Especially following the record-breaking success of its feature film Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train, fans of mega popular anime and manga series Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba have been treated to a number of goods, including full scale Nichirin blade replications, Tanjiro's Box suitcases, and even traditional Japanese sweets modeled after their favorite characters.

Artists have also been getting in on some creative celebration of the series, although some more unexpected than others. Osamu Honda of the Japanese comedy duo Tamashii no Kinchaku recently shared his take on a "Paraderu Manga" that has jumped right off the page and into the hearts of Demon Slayer. "Paraderu Manga" (which take their name from parapara manga, meaning flipbook, and "tobideru", which means to jump out) are pop-up comics that feature characters "jumping out" from the pages of a comic book and into the real world.

Honda's recent video features Inosuke from Demon Slayer jumping out of the comic to help slice some vegetables, and is being praised with comments around the world. Take a look at the English-subtitled stunning animation that brings Demon Slayer to life!

By - grape Japan editorial staff.