Hannya Boy by Demoncraft

Scotty Wang of Demoncraft he ready to bring more heat to this Summer. Scotty finally reveals Hannya Boy in full after teasing him over the last few months. Hannya Boy plays an important role in the “Demon Craft Storyline”, with the golden-black colour and demon mask, showing a strong side of the little boy!

“There are always hidden stories behind the mask…” The concept of Hannya Boy reflects the reality, the character role is set to be “no face”, which represents the emotions by wearing the mask to cover the fragile side of human nature.

“In the Heian period of Japan, there was a crack in the sky above the village. The demons were chaos, and my father was a standby and return to the battlefield. In this chaotic village, the villagers rushed to escape, my mother and I were separated in the crowd…”

Munehide was alone to face the darkness and fear, the tears kept falling down and the body was shaking, he then wore a “Hannya” mask as only hiding can get a short-lived sense of security behind the mask…

WHEN: tomorrow 19th July 2019


Expect more face masks in the future? We think thats where Demoncraft is heading.

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