Demon Slayer Font

Demon Slayer Font

What is the Name of the Demon Slayer Font?

The Demon Slayer font used in the logo for the Japanese anime series “Kimetsu no Yaiba” is identified as the Condensed style of Blood Crow. Designed by Daniel Zadorozny, owner of Iconian Fonts.

Demon Slayer Font is a bit of a firm and scary font with serif features, it looks like made with ink, paint, and stiff bristle brushes. It will add that bit of horror to your projects.

Blood Crow font has eleven styles with uppercase and lowercase alphabets, numbers, symbols, and punctuation. Includes Western and Central European international characters.

It’s a fairly heavy font, so we don’t recommend putting complex text in it, but it is ideal to create headlines, posters, postcards, and the other various formal forms such as invitations, labels, logos, magazines, books, packaging, stationery, novels or any kind of crazy purpose.

License

Demon Slayer font is free for personal use only. Use of the fonts is at your own risk. This font is emailware; that is, if you wish to use it for commercial, please send an email to the author at: iconian@aol.com

About Demon Slayer

“Demon Slayer” referred to as “Kimetsu no Yaiba”, is an action and fantasy manga work created by Japanese mangaka Koyoharu Gotouge. It was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from February 15, 2016, to May 18, 2020.

The background of the story is Japan in the Taisho era. It tells the male protagonist Tanjiro Kamado, a kind-hearted and intelligent boy who lives with his family and makes money by selling coal. Everything changes when his family is killed by a demon. His sister, Niseko Kamado, is the only survivor of the accident but has been turned into a demon. Tanjiro became a demon slayer to help his sister, and avenge the murder of his family.

See also Ghastly Panic, and Wonder Night.

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