One Piece 1095, titled ‘A World Unworthy to Live In’ or ‘A World Where Death is Better than Life,’ takes readers on a thrilling journey through the past and present. This short chapter, consisting of only 15 pages, uncovers the haunting backstory of Kuma and Bonney, sheds light on the existence of the mysterious Bucaneer Race, and introduces two enigmatic characters, young Ivankov and Jinny/Ginny.
As the chapter begins, the Vice Admirals stand ready to assist Saint Saturn. However, their movements are abruptly halted by Saturn himself. Saturn’s attack is swift and brutal, as he emits a powerful aura from his eyes, causing Bonney and Sanji to bleed but miraculously avoiding explosion.
In a surprising turn of events, Kizaru apologizes to Saturn, expressing his regret for his inability to move due to his extraordinary powers. Meanwhile, Saturn attempts to crush Luffy underfoot, but Franky valiantly extends his arm to protect the captain.
The intensity of the chapter reaches its peak when Saturn mercilessly holds Bonney in his grasp, leading her to reveal a shocking claim that he killed her father. Flashbacks to Kuma and Bonney’s childhood shed light on their bond and Kuma’s aspirations to free individuals like Nika. The revelation that Kuma is part of the Bucaneer Race, a group of powerful giants, adds another layer of intrigue to the story.
A heart-wrenching flashback exposes the cruel treatment endured by Kuma’s family after the Tenryuubito leaked the results of his blood test. In a tragic moment, Kuma’s father is shot in the head by one of the Tenryuubito. The chapter further uncovers the Tenryuubito’s atrocious behavior, detailing their habit of hunting humans and annexing their lands every three years.
The despicable Tenryuubito’s claim yet another victim when they exterminate the inhabitants of God Valley, a coveted island. This significant event solidifies the Tenryuubito’s dominance and their insatiable thirst for power and control.
Towards the end of the chapter, Kuma is seen being dragged by an escaped slave, hinting at his ongoing struggle. Two mysterious figures make their entrance – young Ivankov and Jinny/Ginny. Their presence adds even more intrigue to the story, leaving readers eager to learn more about their roles and connections.
In conclusion, One Piece 1095 delivers a captivating and suspenseful chapter that delves into the dark history of Kuma and Bonney’s enslavement by the Tenryuubito. The introduction of the Bucaneer Race, along with the appearance of young Ivankov and Jinny/Ginny, further heightens the intrigue surrounding the story. As the plot unfolds, readers will undoubtedly be drawn deeper into the complex world of One Piece.