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Winston Duke “M’Baku” From Black Panther Names His Favourite Anime

Winston Duke, who plays the brave M’Baku in Black Panther, said that his favorite shonen anime is none other than the hugely popular fan-favorite Demon Slayer. Duke is now enjoying his success as a significant character in the current top movie globally with the release of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

The actor recently took to social media to reveal his favorite Shonen anime. The Black Panther actor Duke is not the first to publicly declare his fondness for anime.

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Eric Killmonger’s on-screen persona, Michael B. Jordan, has been outspoken about his love of anime and revealed that Naruto: Shippuden was his favorite anime.

Megan Thee Stallion and John Boyega are also a few other well-known celebrities who have fallen for anime. The actor who plays the key role of Wakanda in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Winston Duke, said on his official Twitter account that My Hero Academia is a close second to Demon Slayer as his favorite Shonen anime.

Duke even took the time to respond to some queries from fans on Twitter. He stated that his favorite Naruto characters are Naruto, Neji Hyuga, and Rock Lee. And apart from Demon Slayer, he went on to show his love for the show Dragon Ball, and he watched it first when he came to the US. One Piece, Yuyu Hakusho, and Attack on Titan are some of his other favorites.

The third season of Demon Slayer will premiere the following year, while Ufotable is now working on an anime adaptation of the “Swordsmith Village Arc.”

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Without even considering the most powerful demons under Muzan’s control, the Demon Slayer Corps will have to pick up the pieces after Tanjiro, and his allies suffered a significant loss as part of the Mugen Train plot and engaged in bloody combat during the Entertainment District Arc.

Shonen fans are counting down the days before the third season premieres on television even though it has not yet announced a release date. Ufotable’s anime adaptation of Demon Slayer propelled the manga sales into the stratosphere. And it does not show any signs of slowing down in sales or even in the popularity of manga and anime.

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