Monsters: 103 by Eiichiro Oda Netflix Has a New Treasure

Monsters: 103 by Eiichiro Oda Netflix Has a New Treasure

Monsters: 103 Mercies Dragon Damnation by Eiichiro Oda is a one-shot manga that gets an anime adaptation from E&H Production and is directed by Sunghoo Park, who already worked on Jujutsu Kaisen season 1 and Jujutsu Kaisen 0. The story focuses on Samurai Ruyma; it’s not the kind of backstory these anime focus on one event in Ruyma’s life. You can watch it on Netflix. This anime has only one episode lasting 25 minutes, just because this story was written by Eiichiro Oda when he was just 19 years old in 1994. Even before One Piece, And yes, one more: this anime has a canon in One Piece.

If you wonder who Samurai Ryuma is, He is already paper in One Piece Thriller Bark Arc and fights with Zoro. Yes, that samurai has the soul of Brook, and in the end, he gives his sword, Shusui, to Zoro. I put the picture there so you can remind him better. Also, just as I said, it’s just a one-episode story and only 25 minutes. So there is no important egg or any big connection to the main story. That’s right, this story is connected to it, but not like other backstories we see in One Piece. It’s just an event that shows that, at that time, Ryuma the King was too powerful. Let’s talk about the events of Monsters: 103 on Netflix.

Monsters: 103 A Small Event in Ryuma’s Life

Ryuma in Thriller Bark
Ryuma in Thriller Bark

Monsters: 103 with an Introduction of Dragon and Dreagon’s Horn that summon Monsters. Now, we see the village and Ryuma. He is nuts when we see in Thriller Bark that he has the soul of Brook, so we don’t have the chance of seeing his actual personality, but he is nuts. He is hungry and tries to eat food without permission, so someone throws him out. Next, he went to the cafe, where a girl gave him food. Then we see in that cafe some other swordsman called Shirano. He is famous for saving people 10 years ago. So, in the beginning, I tell you about horns and monsters. There was one more thing 10 years ago in some village that was surrounded by mountains and attacked by monsters. The whole village was destroyed, and Shirano saved some people. And become known by even the king.

This is my thought, but Monsters: 103 is just flexing the abilities of Ryuma the King. Why did I tell you about that? Next, Shirano’s scabbard bumped into Ryuma’s, and Ryuma got furious and challenged him to dual, but Ryuma lost. Next, we see that Ryuma talks with one waiter in the bar, and that waiter tells the whole story of what happened 10 years ago. how Shirano got famous and Monster destroyed the whole town. The girl Shirano saves is the girl who gave Ryuma food.

Flexing of Ryuma

Then Ryuma left the cafe, and outside the cafe again, Ryuma’s scabbard bumped into someone called DR. Before he did something, that man got stabbed, and with Dragon’s Horn, he summoned Dragon to destroy the village. No, the whole village blamed Ryuma. Shirano takes charge of saving people and the village; he also tells everyone to leave the town. But Ryuma and that girl stay, and everyone else goes away from town. That girl already showed the destruction, so she won’t want to be Shirano. Fight alone; that’s why she goes to meet him, but soon she finds out that DR and Shirano are nothing but robbers who go town to town and summon monsters and rob the village. Then she cried over it, and Ryuma went and killed Shirano with just one slash. That scene is too good, and the choice of animation is amazing.

Ryuma is also going to kill Dr. At that time, he says that the dragon horn he uses is fake; the real horn is this, and it takes him three years to learn how to control monsters. But Ryuma killed him. Now, Dragon comes, and stylishly, Ryuma again cuts Dragon’s head in one slash. That’s why I say that it’s just a flex of Ryuma’s power. We all know that Shishui is too powerful, and Ryuma is too, but without any effort, in one shlash, I cut the neck of the dragon. I loved it.

Netflix has a new treasure

You all might know that After One Piece Live Action, Egghead Arc by Eiichiro Oda, and Now, Monsters: 103 are all streaming on Netflix. Now, if you want to see anything related to One Piece, you need to go to Netflix. You all know that. Also, Eiichiro Oda is heavily involved in the development of Live Action. Season 1 is popular enough to make money.

In the end, Monsters: 103 is good. In the end, we see the scene from Thriller Bark Arc when Ryuma loses to Zoro and gives his sword, Shisui, to Zoro. That’s it. This episode ends in 25 minutes, but it’s worth watching.

Abhishek Jain

Hello Readers, This is Abhishek Jain. I am the owner of From 2019 on, I worked as a digital marketer and content writer. Right now, I say that I love writing, and I already know that I love movies and anime. So, that's it. I hope you guys like my content.

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