Demon Slayer is one of the hottest manga and anime right now. With the lots of twists, actions, and adventures, fans are all hooked up on the series. Demon Slayer is a story of Tanjiro Kamado who becomes a demon slayer after his family gets slaughtered by the demons. His younger sister Nezuko apparently survived but she was turned into a demon.
Unlike the other demons, Nezuko can control her bloodlust towards humans and cooperates with his brother. Knowing that her brother is alive, Tanjiro decides to find a cure for her sister. As time pass by, Tanjiro becomes strong enough that he can face powerful enemies. But did he find a cure to her sister and turned her back into a human?
Did Nezuko Get Cured in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba?
Before we continue, please be aware that this post contains major spoilers. If you’re not following the manga, then it’s your choice to get spoiled.
As of writing, Nezuko Kamado from Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba has already turned back into a human. Thanks to Tamayo’s work for giving her medicine. Nezuko finally returns to being a human in Demon Slayer Chapter 196 where she experienced a lot of memory flashbacks before the drug successfully takes effect.
Best Girl is a Human now!!
[Via Demon Slayer Chapter 196] pic.twitter.com/kdYs7TzriO
— FanBoi (@EverWeeb4) February 28, 2020
Seeing Nezuko returning to his human form confirms that there is a cure for demons. However, it’s not the case for the main antagonist of the story. While Tamayo’s drug is also injected to Muzan, it contains four different substances that are meant to destroy him. Muzan is currently facing Tanjiro and the other demon slayers. During the battle, the effect of the drug is taking effect on Muzan is the reason why he’s slowing down.
Knowing that Muzan Kibutsuji is the main villain of the Demon Slayer series, I don’t see him being defeated in this matchup. He will surely make a way to deal with his tight situation and escape the battlefield.