13 most disliked Demon Slayer characters, ranked

Demon Slayer is an emotional rollercoaster ride that keeps us hooked by throwing a variety of characters at us. Let's look at 13 characters that we just don't particularly like.

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train Arc | Photo Courtesy: Funimation
Demon Slayer: Mugen Train Arc | Photo Courtesy: Funimation /
facebooktwitterreddit
Prev
7 of 14
Next

8. Kamanue (Lower Moon Four)

Imagine being a demon in the action-packed world of Demon Slayer, where every character has their moment to shine, or well, terrify. Now, meet Kamanue, our Lower Moon Four, who probably wished for a bit more screen time before his rather abrupt adieu.

Kamanue lands at number 8 on our "most disliked" leaderboard, not because he threw the biggest tantrum or committed the most heinous of acts, but rather because he's like that one guest at a party who barely said hello before saying goodbye. His role was so brief, and his exit so swift, that fans barely had time to truly loathe him. In the grand tapestry of "Demon Slayer" villains, he's like a small, somewhat forgettable stitch that didn't quite tie into the bigger, more dramatic patterns.

Why doesn't Kamanue stir up more passionate disdain among Demon Slayer fans? Partly because he didn't stick around long enough to wreak substantial havoc. In the world of storytelling, especially in a series brimming with demons that give you the creeps or make your skin crawl, Kamanue felt more like a light appetizer than a main course. He was there, and then poof, gone, without leaving a lasting impression or a significant reason for viewers to truly despise him. In a show where villains often leave a trail of emotional turmoil and unforgettable battles in their wake, Kamanue's quick exit stage left meant he missed the opportunity to become a more significant blip on the "most hated" radar.

Essentially, in a lineup of characters that fans love to hate, Kamanue ends up being the one that got away too soon, leaving a legacy that's more of a "what could have been" than a "what actually was."