In Thriller Bark, there are a variety of strange creatures that inhabit the island. Several of these creatures consist of various beasts and monsters commonly found in mythology and horror stories. They are zombies that are stitched up together in a manner that they resemble the Frankenstein monster. These zombies are all the creations of Dr. Hogback who also calls them mario (
They are commanded by the Mysterious Four which consists of Moria, Dr. Hogback, Absalom, and Perona. While Hogback, Absalom, and Perona have command of the creatures in varying degrees, Moria alone has absolute control over all of the zombies. He alone is the one that gives the other three the right to command his zombie army.
The zombies remained active for a span of at least ten years. Since the establishment of Thriller Bark until their master, Gecko Moria, sucked out all of the shadows animating them and implanted them within himself when he was forced to make one last ditch effort to defeat the Straw Hats and their allies. Without any shadows animating them, they all returned to being lifeless corpses once again.
- 1 Overview
- 2 Zombie Gallery
- 3 Overall Strength
- 4 Types of Zombies
- 5 Zombies
- 5.1 Wild Zombies
- 5.2 Surprise Zombies
- 5.3 Soldier Zombies
- 5.4 General Zombies
- 5.5 Special Ranked Zombies
- 5.6 Conjecturally-Named Zombies
- 6 Trivia
- 7 References
- 8 External Links
- 9 Site Navigation
The various creatures on the island are created through a process that involves Moria's Kage Kage no Mi and Hogback's surgical skills. First, a victim is captured and then brought before Moria. Using his Devil Fruit powers, Moria grabs a hold of the victim's shadow and cuts it from the owner using a pair of scissors. The shadow is then implanted into one of the hundreds of corpses that are kept in storage, while the victim falls into a two-day coma. Strong warriors who had their shadows stolen are placed on their ships and set adrift to ensure that they do not come back and retake their shadows.
A zombie created through this process retains the personality and abilities of the person whose shadow it belongs to. The zombie's strength, however, depends on the body it uses. When a strong shadow and a strong corpse are combined, an even stronger zombie is created. For this reason, Hogback has collected and stitched together hundreds of corpses to make strong creatures. This is best shown by the Zombie Generals, whose bodies have been created from the various remains of famous warriors. However, zombies made with shadows of people of high levels of strength can be difficult to control at first.
Though there were a lot of zombies on Thriller Bark, they can cease activity and need replacements. This can happen when the original owners of the shadows animating them die, when the zombies are purified with salt, or when Moria removes the shadow. To replace these losses, newer zombies are created from the entire corpses or individual body parts of the older zombies that were lost.
Although the zombies are mostly directly commanded by one of the Mysterious Four, they are all subordinate to Moria first and are expected to follow his orders.
Many of the creatures on the island have a number written on them. The importance of this number is to tell which rank or groups they belong to. The numbers are usually written on the creature itself - either on the head, stomach, back or side of the creature. A few of the zombies had it written on a band around their arm.
While the numbers represent of which rank a zombie would be placed, newer zombies can have a lower number despite the order they were created in relation to other zombies. This is because these newer zombies are created to fill in the holes left by zombies that are either purified or destroyed.
The numbers ranges of the Zombie ranks are as follows:
- Numbers 0 - 199 = Wild Zombies.
- Numbers 200 - 399 = Surprise Zombies.
- Numbers 400 - 799 = Zombie Soldiers.
- Numbers 800 - 899 = General Zombies.
- Number 900 = Special-Ranked Zombie
|Oars (900)||Shimotsuki Ryuma||Victoria Cindry (400)||Hildon (21)||Lola|
|Kumashi||Jigoro (850)||Inuppe||Tararan||Buhichuck (298)|
|John||Unigaro (42)||MocDonald (115)||Cerberus (82)||Risky Brothers|
|Penguin Zombie Duo||Gyoro||Nin||Bao||Spider Mice|
|Hippo Gentleman (28)||Rug Bear||Wall Zombie||Jack-in-the-Box (256)||Pre and Tea ≠|
|Zombie 27||Zombie 28 *||Zombie 36 *||Zombie 36 *||Zombie 37|
|Zombie 38||Zombie 43||Zombie 50 ≠||Zombie 52||Zombie 52|
|Zombie 55||Zombie 61||Zombie 63||Zombie 69||Zombie 83|
|Zombie 153 *||Zombie 154||Zombie 193||Zombie 204||Zombie 217 *|
|Zombie 260||Zombie 329||Zombie 353 ≠||Zombie 401 ≠||Zombie 405|
|Zombie 408||Zombie 409||Zombie 413||Zombie 415||Zombie 417|
|Zombie 420||Zombie 422||Zombie 426 ≠||Zombie 437||Zombie 466|
|Zombie 468||Zombie 476||Zombie 483||Zombie 501 *||Zombie 518|
|Zombie 521 *||Zombie 522||Zombie 529||Zombie 563||Zombie 578 ≠|
|Zombie 584||Zombie 597||Zombie 606||Zombie 616||Zombie 620|
|Zombie 629||Zombie 638|| Zombies
655 and 754 ≠
|Zombie 660 ≠||Zombie 681|
|Zombie 687 ≠||Zombie 696||Zombie 730||Zombie 741||Zombie 767|
|Zombie 824 *||Zombie 831||Zombie 847||Zombie 860||Zombie 876 *|
|Zombie 889 *|
While a zombie inherits the skills and memories of the shadow animating them, they do not inherit any Devil Fruit powers if the shadow belonged to a Devil Fruit user. Moria, can make up for their inability to perform any Devil Fruit based attacks to an extent by implanting his own shadow into the zombie's shadow. From there, he can manipulate the zombie's shape via a reverse form of shadow puppetry called Kage Kakumei.
Zombies are completely impervious to conventional methods such as beheading. Though some of them sometimes act like they are in pain when hit or feel tired as if they lost stamina, all zombies are actually immune to such things. When a zombie expresses such things it is not because they are in pain or tired, it is because the shadow animating them still remembers such feelings when they were originally attached to their original owners. Eventually, these memories of feeling pain and such will be completely forgotten thus rendering any zombie capable of functioning without expressing such things at all. Zombies are thus tireless creations who seemingly cannot be stopped no matter how hard or how long one fights against them.
While zombies seem to be unbeatable creatures, they do have weaknesses. When salt is thrown into a zombie's mouth, the shadow moving the corpse is detached and the zombie is purified. Because salt is a property of sea water and since the shadow was attached due to a Devil Fruit power, the shadow is naturally released. Though depending on the size of the zombie (eg. Oars) a bag of salt isn't enough to purify the zombie. A zombie's body may also be burned in order to release the shadow, as seen when Zoro set the samurai Ryuma alight, returning Brook's shadow to him once the body had finished burning. Zombies also remain "alive" as long the person whose shadow they use remains alive. If the person dies, so will his shadow. According to Brook, this is because the shadow and the person, though separated, are still of one soul. For this, Moria and his associates ensure that their victims will not die.
Another weakness could be attributed as an error by the zombie's creator. The zombies strength are based on putting strong shadows into stronger Mario's to create the strongest zombies. However should the creators misjudge the strength of the original shadow's owner, they may actually place the shadow in a weaker corpse, thus creating a zombie which is inferior to the original. An example would be Inuppe, who possessed Sanji's shadow. Though Sanji is a fighter with strength comparable to Zoro, due to the confusion caused by his Wanted Poster, they mistook him for a grunt and put his shadow in an ill-suited Wild Zombie. Even though Inuppe possessed all the other strengths of a zombie, due to having a stubby body unsuited to wield Sanji's Black Leg Style, it actually fell short of Sanji's full potential.
While a zombie's greatest strength is being not able to feel pain, it is also their greatest weak point. Because a zombie is unable to feel pain, they are unable gauge how badly damaged their body can or has become in a battle. This action inadvertently leads to their downfall as they would continue fighting non-stop without taking any time to heal or fix their wounds. With this, their wounds can build up and become massive, and can eventually cause a zombie to become unable to move their body at all. They can still function even when their bodies are completely broken. However, they can no longer fight despite still having the will to do so.
Types of Zombies
Wild Zombies (
Later, a large number of them waylaid Usopp, Nami, and Chopper in Perona's garden after they escaped from their transport coffin. The animals, upon seeing them free, attempted to capture them. They were however stopped by the new penguin zombie. After being beaten several times by the dog penguin, they were commanded by Absalom, who had arrived there, to not harm Nami. They replied to him saying that they only obey Perona per Moria's order. They however decide to back down as Absalom reminds them to fear him also as he takes out the dog penguin. Despite being animals, they fight with normal weapons such as swords, axes, and maces.
The zombies serving as the basic grunt soldiers of Moria's army are the Soldier Zombies (
Though most of the Soldier Zombies are generally grunts with no distinguishing traits other than design, there are some that stand out more than others. Cindry appears to belong to this group of zombies, even though she seems somewhat different from them both in design and mannerisms. Moria's little errand zombies, Gyoro, Nin, and Bao, naturally fall under this category; however, they're more like helpers rather than grunt soldiers.
A group of Soldier Zombies that reside in the graveyard attacked the carriage Nami, Usopp, and Chopper were in after Hildon and his companions left them. A great number of these have been seen with numbers either printed on their bodies or on arm bands. The numbers from 408, to 767 have been seen on these creatures.
These zombies apparently have distinct personalities of sorts. They are apparently helpful to one another as seen when Chopper knocked one zombie's head off and another handed it back to him. The zombies are afraid of fire and in reply called Usopp a pyromaniac for attacking them with a fire star. Despite normally limping and moaning around like typical zombies, they are capable of running at great speeds. Unfortunately, they tire out easily.
Later, the rest of the Straw Hats encountered these creatures, though their reactions to them were completely different from Nami, Usopp, and Chopper's previous encounters. After being completely defeated by the Straw Hats, the zombies inadvertently revealed to them about their attack on the latter's friends. For this, the zombies were shoved head first back into their graves.
Later, after the zombies pulled themselves out of the ground, they received orders from Absalom to prepare to attack the Straw Hats. Absalom reassured the zombies they actually need not fear being burnt, fatigued, or pained, as it is all in their minds as they are dead. The zombies, with the advent of the attack about to begin, were joined by the majority of the other Soldier Zombies in the island and gathered in the area in front of the Mast Mansion. There they started dancing the disco complete with a disco ball.
As the attack commenced, it was later revealed that a massive number of these zombies were purified by Brook. Their lifeless corpses were littered across the island and were reported to Moria. This number of purified creatures, along with other Surprise and Wild Zombies, was later further increased by the Straw Hats' assault to take back their shadows.
The remaining Soldier Zombies stayed far away from the Mast Mansion and watched the gigantic battle between the Straw Hats and Oars. Upon seeing Oars being beaten up by Luffy and hearing that their master, Moria, had entered the battle, they were shocked in disbelief of what was happening. After Oars was pulverized, they were ecstatic to see that their master survived. However, their joy, as well as their existence, was put to an end as they watched in horror as Moria took away the shadows animating them to power himself up. The Soldier Zombies, as well as the other zombies, then returned to being lifeless corpses.
Surprise Zombies (びっくりゾンビ Bikkuri Zonbi?) are disguised as various objects scattered around Thriller Bark. The majority of them seem to be stitched up pieces of skin and cloth sewn together and attached to picture frames. These zombies hide within their picture frames in order to disguise themselves as portraits and when they attack enemies, they come out of their picture frames fully with only a part of them still attached to the picture frames. These zombies appear to be based on the commonly used concept in horror stories of portraits that look as if their eyes are capable of looking around and moving.
Other Surprise Zombies include various zombies disguised as things other than paintings. These include pieces of taxidermy, such as the mounted head of a pig to even an entire wall with a human's face stretched across it.
Several of these Surprise Zombies were seen in the dining hall and hallways of Dr. Hogback's mansion disguised as paintings. The numbers 204, 217, and 280 were seen printed on three of these zombies. The painting zombies in the dining hall as well the bear skin rug were later defeated by Luffy and the Straw Hats.
The General Zombies (
Among their ranks, they include a drunk zombie named John, a four-armed zombie, a large centaur like zombie with elephant feet, a samurai zombie with a toothbrush mustache called Jigoro, and several other zombies wearing suits of armor. They have been seen with numbers ranging throughout the 800's place.
Special Ranked Zombies
A Special Zombie (
The Marineford zombies are very different from their Thriller Bark counterparts in that they were Marines or pirates that died during the war and were revived by Moria's Kage Kage no Mi powers seemingly on the spot, without any known help from Hogback. These zombies had stitches and bandages on them, which made it unclear who exactly put them back together for Moria. It also remains unknown where Moria obtained the shadows necessary to create a large army of zombies.
Kumashi is a strange looking stuffed bear that was first seen in Perona's room when her ghosts came back to her body. Perona tells it that it should talk less if it wants to continue working for her since she finds its voice uncute. As a result, he wears a surgical mask around his mouth. He is based off of the stuffed toy bear that Perona brought with her when she met Hogback ten years prior to the current storyline. He served as the commander of the Wild Zombies under Perona's command.
Hippo Gentleman (カバ紳士 Kaba Shinshi?) is a large zombie that is basically a hippo's head attached to a human's body. He was first seen in the group of Wild Zombies that appeared in Perona's wonder garden. During the attack in the garden, he was the one that specifically tried to attack Nami. Later, during Usopp's battle with Perona, he appeared suddenly to seek revenge against Usopp for purifying Kumashi.
His appearance may be based on a toy hippo obtained by Perona sometime ago that was a product of Wapol's toy factory made through his Baku Baku no Mi powers. He first debuted in Chapter 451 and Episode 345. He is voiced by Eiji Takemoto in Japanese.
Hildon is a vampire-like creature that met up with Nami, Usopp, and Chopper. He has the number 21 printed over his right eye. Unlike most Wild Zombies, that is those with numbers between 1 and 199, he does not serve under Perona, but instead is one of Absalom's minions.  He also appears to serve as the messenger on Thriller Bark as he goes about informing the Mysterious Four of various occurrences on the island.
They are a duo of zombie squirrels that serve Perona. Their names, personalities, and shadows come from the Risky Brothers of the Rolling Pirates. They were responsible for bringing Nami, Usopp, and Chopper to Gecko Moria to have their shadows removed.
They first debuted in Chapter 451 and Episode 344. They are voiced by Yūsuke Numata and Tamotsu Nishiwaki in Japanese; and are voiced by Brandon Jerome Bristowe and Ian Moore in the FUNimation English dub.
Penguin Zombie Trio
The Penguin Zombie Trio (ペンギンゾンビトリオ Pengin zonbi torio) are a trio of penguin zombies that were first seen by Usopp, Nami, and Chopper. They originally consisted of a duo and called themselves the Penguin Zombie Duo (ペンギンゾンビコンビ Pengin zonbi konbi, literally "Penguin Zombie Combi(nation)"). One of the original members is a one-eyed penguin with blonde hair and a scar over his left eye. He wears a newsboy cap and a red bowtie. The other original member is a penguin with what appear to be human lips stitched onto where his beak should be. He wears a top hat and a scarf. The newcomer, Inuppe, is a penguin with a dog's face stitched to its body that wears a checkered hat. He has the same personality and attributes as Sanji as he was created using Sanji's shadow. While their numbers have yet to be clearly seen, they do however introduce themselves as one, two, and three.
They first debuted in Chapter 451 and Episode 345. The bowtie penguin and scarf penguin are voiced by Yuta Kasuya and Takahiro Fujimoto in Japanese. Inuppe is voiced by Hiroaki Hirata in Japanese and Eric Vale in English.
Cerberus (ケルベロス Keruberosu) is a three-headed dog of sorts that Nami, Usopp, and Chopper encountered after falling to the bottom of a moat filled with a bunch of skulls. He was the first Thriller Bark creature the Straw Hats encountered on Thriller Bark. It resembles the legendary Cerberus of Greek mythology.
Unigaro is a stitched up horse that looks like a dead unicorn. He has the number 42 printed on its right side. He was first seen frolicking with a number of other creatures in the forest. He was later seen drinking with a tree named MocDonald with the number 115 by Luffy and the rest of the Straw Hats that were travelling with him. He was then caught by Franky and refused to join Luffy's crew.
These various zombie trees have human faces and limbs apparently stitched directly to their trunks and roots. Three of these have so far been seen frolicking with a number of other creatures in the forest. Two of these have numbers 115 and 36 printed on their trunks.
The tree with the number 115 named MocDonald was later seen drinking with a unicorn named Unigaro by Luffy and the rest of the Straw Hats who weren't at Dr. Hogback's mansion at the time. After Luffy and Franky caught the "Geezer Tree" and the unicorn respectively, Luffy attempted to ask the tree to join their crew. This attempt however was stopped by Zoro and Sanji.
The human-trees first appeared in Chapter 445 and Episode 345. MocDonald is voiced by He first debuted in Chapter 445 and Episode 345. He is voiced by Eiji Takemoto in Japanese and Aaron Roberts in the English dub.
The Spider Mice (スパイダーマウス Supaidā Mausu?) are a group of zombies under the direct supervision of Tararan. They are stitched-together mice or rats with spider legs grafted to them. They specialize in sneak attacks, and are the ones who had been kidnapping the Straw Hats one by one. According to Tararan, there are over five hundred of them on the island. Like Tararan, they also can produce webbing. Their zombie numbers are prefixed by an "S" for "spider".
A large number of them attacked Franky and Robin, only to be scared off by their master's defeat.
The carriage drivers were a group of creatures that were first seen pulling the carriage that carried Nami, Usopp and Chopper. They consist of a skull-faced, centaur-like creature, a hunchback of sorts, and a sort of stitched up dog. The three Straw Hats they escorted could not get a good look at them and thus they thought the three creatures were some sort of horses. Though the Straw Hats could not get a good look at them, they however sensed something odd about the creatures.
The creatures pulled the carriage through the forest and into the cemetery. After they pulled the carriage to the cemetery, they ran away to somewhere else on Thriller Bark.
When Oars was defeated, the centaur was among the forest and graveyard zombies expressing their concern. However, as soon as Moria stood back up, he and the other zombies cheered.
The shadows animating them were later sucked out of them by their master, Gecko Moria. Without any shadows animating them, they returned to being corpses.
Buhichuck is the leader of the surprise zombies in the dining room of Dr. Hogback's mansion. He is a pig's head and body mounted on the wall like a hunting trophy. He has the number 298 printed on his forehead. He is not be be mistaken for a wild zombie even though he is actually an animal.
Rug Bear (敷きグマ Shikiguma?) was first seen in the dining hall of Hogback's mansion. It was later revealed to be some sort of flat zombie creature during the skirmish with the painting zombies and Nami, Usopp and Chopper. Later, when the rest of the Straw Hats entered the mansion and fought with the painting zombies in the dining hall, it was defeated by Luffy with Gomu Gomu no Bazooka. Luffy, upon defeating it also commented that if they weren't enemies he would've asked it to join his crew.
He later reappeared among the surprise zombies screaming in surprise at Oars being knocked down by Luffy.
The Jack-in-the-Box (びっくり箱 Bikkuri Bako?, literally meaning "Surprise Box") is a demented looking stitched up clown creature that resides in a box located in Hogback's room. In the manga, it has several nails embedded in its head while in the anime, it has none. It was discovered by Nami, Usopp, and Chopper when they opened the box in hopes of finding treasure. It has the number 256 printed on its collar. While the box it was in had nothing else in it, it however commented that a treasure of some sort is hidden somewhere else on the island. This comment interested Nami very much.
The Wall Zombie (壁ゾンビ Kabe Zonbi?) is a zombie that is basically a block of stone with arms stitched on. Its most distinguishing feature is a human face stretched out and stitched to its surface. It first appeared by the order of Buhichuck to block a doorway in order to prevent Luffy and the two Straw Hats with him from escaping from the Zombie Generals. It may be based on the nurikabe from Japanese folklore.
Victoria Cindry is a servant to Dr. Hogback, she was a former actress whose tragic death forced the doctor to work with Moria to turn her into his personal zombie assistant. The shadow placed inside her made her have an immense hatred for plates.
Gyoro, Nin, and Bao
Gyoro, Nin, and Bao are trio of oddly shaped zombie creatures that were first seen reporting to Gecko Moria about the Straw Hats' arrival.
The tailor zombie is a zombie that serves as the tailor on Thriller Bark. He is a short old man with gray hair and wears a red bowtie. He was also able to remove his eye from its socket. He was first seen when Absalom carried in an unconscious Nami in to take her measurements for the wedding dress. Upon being asked about the wedding preparations, he responded by stating that they were ready as always. In the anime, a scene is added in which he whips the two painting zombies with his tape measure to prevent them from peeping on Nami as he changed her into her wedding dress. He does this as he knows that Absalom was secretly still in the room waiting to see Nami be changed and so warns the paintings that they would be in trouble if they actually saw Nami being changed.
The pastor zombie is a zombie that serves as the pastor on Thriller Bark. He is a skinny old man that wears a tall hat with a cross on it. He is also dressed in the typical garments for a priest. He was first seen when Absalom carried in an unconscious Nami in to take her measurements for the wedding dress. Later, he is seen at the ceremonial hall in charge of the wedding ceremony, as Absalom and an unconscious Nami exchange their vows. However, before the two can kiss, Sanji shows up and stops the wedding. Throughout Sanji and Absalom's fights, the pastor and a fellow zombie are constantly in surprise at both Sanji and Absalom's pervertedness and the fact that Sanji was able to attack Absalom at ease.
Later, in the confusion after Oars destroys the hall, Absalom and the pastor escape to a random room to continue the ceremony. However, Nami suddenly awakes and shocks Absalom unconscious to which the pastor replies by taking note that Absalom had long been weakened after his fight with Sanji.
He first appeared in Chapter 458 and Episode 353. He is voiced by Eiji Takemoto in the Japanese anime.
Special Ranked Zombies
The 900th zombie created by Hogback.
Zebra Kangaroo (#36)
The zebra kangaroo is a wild zombie that resembles a kangaroo with zebra skin stripes on its body instead of its regular kangaroo fur. It has a pouch with a zipper on its underside and the number 36 printed on it. It wears a bow tie and is equipped with a pair of orange boxing gloves. It somewhat resembles the typical boxing kangaroo image commonly used to personify Australia that is seen in various multimedia.
It first appeared in the group of Wild Zombies that appeared in Perona's Wonder Garden and has been frequently seen among them since. In the anime, the kangaroo is given more screen time as he engages Usopp in a boxing match. However, rather than punch Usopp, he accidentally punches Zombies #52 and #154. As a result, he gives chase to both Usopp and Nami across some stairs along with several small Wild Zombies. Although, they were able to escape by jumping onto a separate column, Usopp decided to taunt the Zebra Kangaroo. This causes it to be angered and it decides to jump across the columns to reach the two. Ultimately, it is shot down by Usopp mid-air as it was jumping towards them.Later, it appears to have recovered from its fall and appears in Perona's room when Zoro, Sanji, Franky and Usopp stumble in.
Afterwards, it reappears alongside the other wild zombies attempting to wake up an unconscious Perona.
A zombie that appears to be a small lion of sorts with what looks like the lower half of a cow. It has the number 37 printed on its belly. It was first seen frolicking with a number of other creatures in the forest singing about their "prey" as Nami, Usopp, and Chopper pass by in Hildon's carriage. Upon noticing that they have been seen, they quickly went into hiding.
In the anime, it later appears alongside the other forest zombies cheering on the graveyard zombies as they sing their "Zombie Night" song.
Afterwards, it was seen amongst the zombies escaping the vicinity of the mansion as Oars began his rampage.
This zombie is a lion with a man's face stitched to its body that Nami saw. It resembles a manticore, a type of lion with the face of a man, the tail of a scorpion, and the occasional wings of a dragon. It has the number 69 printed on its hind quarters. Upon seeing this beast, Nami tried to convince Usopp and Chopper of what she saw with an apparently bad drawing (which somewhat looked like Mohji). Its mouth was removed and placed on Absalom's face. This beast is different from the Manticores of Impel Down, though they do look somewhat similar.
Comparisons between this manticore's lion faced stitches and Absalom's were often noted. Oda later confirmed that the Manticore's face was indeed used on Absalom's face by Hogback. However, the Manticore's human face was never Absalom's. Absalom's human face may be on another zombie elsewhere. While answering this question, Oda also noted that Absalom has very few Japanese fans and was reluctant to say more on the matter.
Giant Earthworm (#159)
This is a zombie that appears to be a giant earthworm. It has what appears to be a human head stitched on to one end as its face. It has the number 159 on its body. It was first seen frolicking with a number of other creatures in the forest singing about their "prey" as Nami, Usopp, and Chopper pass by in Hildon's carriage. Upon noticing that they have been seen, they quickly went into hiding.
In the anime, it later appears alongside the other forest zombies cheering on the graveyard zombies as they sing their "Zombie Night" song.
Cheshire Cat (#193)
This zombie is a stitched up cat wearing what appears to be a pilot's cap. It has the number 193 on its hind quarters. It was first seen frolicking with a number of other creatures in the forest singing about their "prey" as Nami, Usopp, and Chopper pass by in Hildon's carriage. Upon noticing that they have been seen, they quickly went into hiding. It was later seen roaming a hallway in Hogback's mansion as Usopp and Chopper were guarding Nami while she was taking a bath.
In the anime, it later appears alongside the other forest zombies cheering on the graveyard zombies as they sing their "Zombie Night" song.
When Oars was defeated, the cat zombie was among the forest and graveyard zombies expressing their concern. However, as soon as Moria stood back up, he and the other zombies cheered.
- When the zombies are ordered to commence the attack on the Straw Hats, they perform a little disco ball aided dance reminiscent of Michael Jackson's Thriller. While the manga's depiction of the dance was just a single panel and the song the zombies sang was just a few lines, the dance was expanded in anime. In the anime, it is a full-blown dance number called "Zombie Night" wherein the zombies danced and sang to a tune reminiscent of 70s disco music.
- Some zombies not only shared another zombie's number, but they often changed their numbers over the course of their appearance. Furthermore, some zombies did not even have their manga counterpart's number.
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