Taryn, an artist and professional performer, has brought the Sound Hashira back into service. In a recent batch of images, the cosplayer expertly reproduced Tengen’s muscular build and flamboyant manner, as well as an on-screen replication of Hashira’s clothing. Small details, such as the perfect moulding of Uzui’s arm guards, the beautiful stones adorning the shinobi’s helmet guard, and the kanji written on the warrior’s unique Nichirin twin cleavers, complete the aesthetic. Tengen’s combat pose from the Entertainment Arc’s climax battle, where the Hashira is forced to use his second sword in his mouth after his left arm is severely injured during his battle with the higher-rank demon Gyutaro, is recreated by Taryn.
Taryn’s cosplay may be seen in greater depth on their Instagram account. They also have photographs of their wonderful Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure outfit, which manages to capture the distinctive trait of Hirohiko Araki’s original work, as well as images of their Tengen Uzui version. Taryn has cosplayed as Roronoa Zoro, One Piece’s three-sword hero, and Sukuka Ryomen, Jujutsu Kaisen’s hostile King of Curses.
Tengen Uzui makes his debut appearance in the Demon Slayer Hashira Meeting plot. Uzui, like many other Hashira, is initially hostile toward Tanjiro Kamado and his younger sister Nezuko, but over the course of the series, the sound-wielding warrior and the Kamado siblings grow to respect one another. He and his three ninja wives link up with Tanjiro, Zenitsu, Inosuke, and Nezuko in the Entertainment District narrative to take on Daki and Gyutaro, two Kizuki Twelve Upper-Rank members.This arc is one of the most praised in the original Demon Slayer manga, and the anime adaptation by studio Ufotable has gotten additional recognition for its stunning animation and intricate fight choreography.
Kotoharu Gotouge developed Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba, which debuted in the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump in 2016. VIZ Media has released the whole manga series in English. Crunchyroll and Hulu now have the first two seasons of the anime available to stream. A third season, adapting the Swordsmith Village storyline, has been confirmed in production, although no launch date has been set yet.