Someone just leaked what is supposed to be scans of the upcoming “Kimetsu No Yaiba” Chapter 195 days ahead of its release date. Apparently, Weekly Shonen Jump will be publishing its issue earlier this week making it possible for scans to sprout all over the net ahead of their usual schedule.

The most exciting part is that “Kimetsu No Yaiba” Chapter 195 will feature the return of Nezuko. Tanjiro’s sister was last seen a few chapters back as she rushed off to somewhere and has not been seen since then.

But something seems to be different about Nezuko this time. Fans are not yet certain or in agreement about what her changes could mean but it seems that there is a chance that she might be in the process of turning a human once more.

There are those who suspect that she might have to choose between turning back into a human and be cured or remain as a demon. “Maybe the ole trope where she has to choose between staying a demon and saving her brother OR becoming a human and stopping Muzan from taking her power,” Redditor BBQChipCookie2 wrote.

But turning back into a human is not necessarily a good thing for everyone. “Bad part is, human Nezuko means no demon Nezuko which means no fire healing power, which means Tanjiro and everyone poisoned are 100 percent going to die,” wrote Swankyfranky_650 . “Unless Muzans dead causes the poison to disappear.”

Meanwhile, there is a third possibility being put forward. “So, do y'all think she's gonna become a full human again or will she be a hybrid that can still use her blood arts?” Reality-Phantom asked.

Meanwhile, the leaked scans also show a few interesting details. Tamayo’s cat will participate in the action probably as support. Another interesting detail revealed in the scans is that Yoriichi will be shown but since he is already dead, it’s a bit confusing how he may appear next chapter.

“‘Kimetsu No Yaiba” Chapter 195 will be officially released on February 22, 2020. Stay tuned for more updates.

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