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Misao Onizuka
Misao Onizuka
Name
Kanji 鬼束みさお
Rōmaji Onizuka Misao
Alias Runaway Trailer (暴走トレイラー, Bōsō toreirā)[1]
Characteristics
Race Human
Gender Male
Eyes Dark
Hair Dark
Professional Status
Affiliation Poltergeists
Previous Affiliation Tōhōshinki
Occupation Student
Base of Operations Ishiyama High School
Personal Status
Status Incapacitated
First Appearance
Manga Debut Chapter 189
Image Gallery

Misao Onizuka (鬼束みさお, Onizuka Misao), also known as Runaway Trailer (暴走トレイラー, Bōsō toreirā), is a third-year at Ishiyama High School. He is a former member of the Tōhōshinki before his position was evidently replaced by Tatsuya Himekawa. After serving time in juvenile detention,[2] he joins the Poltergeists, where he is currently known to be the pianist.[3]

AppearanceEdit

Onizuka Appears

Onizuka's tall stature when compared to Shiroyama.

Onizuka is an extremely tall and muscular man who towers over several delinquents.[1]

He has slanted eyes as well as dark, shoulder-length hair that is either styled into loose[4] or even tied-up dreadlocks. Onizuka has thick sideburns and a thin mustache growing into two different parts over his upper lip. He also has a large, cross-shaped scar on the right side of his face that stretches across his rather wide nose.[1]

He wears a dark-colored shirt underneath an open jacket with a chin-length collar. His jacket is light-colored except for a large patch of cloth that stretches across the sleeves. His pants and shoes are of a similar lightness. The former particularly has the same path of cloth stretching down the pants' sleeves. Moreover, around Onizuka's neck is a large chain-like necklace with a squared pendant.[5]

PersonalityEdit

Initially displayed as a calm individual,[5] Onizuka is actually rather merciless and prone to anger, especially when confronted with former acquaintances such as Shintarō Natsume.[6]

Moreover, he is rather arrogant and conceited. Though once regarded as a member of the Tōhōshinki, he now holds those carrying the title with disdain, believing that they, as well as other notable delinquents in Ishiyama, have become much weaker since moving to Saint Ishiyama, indicating that he believes they've grown weak during his absence.[7] However, despite his boastful exterior, it is stated that he is an individual unlike to become another's subordinate, even though he now serves as one of Nasu's underlings.[2]

HistoryEdit

Throughout Onizuka's high school years in Ishiyama, he was regarded as one of the Tōhōshinki; moreover, he often clashed with fellow member, Hidetora Tōjō. However, at some point, he was sent to a juvenile detention and subsequently stripped of his status as one of the Tōhōshinki. He was eventually released from the juvenile detention after some time. Later on, Onizuka came to meet Yōhei Nasu, and has since served as the first-year's own underling.[2]

PlotEdit

Return to Ishiyama High School ArcEdit

Natsume Causes Onizuka To Submit

Onizuka being forced on his knees by Natsume.

In an encounter with Hajime Kanzaki, Nasu takes him on in a fight, easily taking him down. The sight of the defeated Tōhōshinki prompts Shiroyama to rush to his leader's side; however, before he can proceed any further, he is unexpectedly stopped by Onizuka.[1]

Onizuka requests to fight Shiroyama and is given permission by Nasu. He then turns to Shiroyama and begins taunting the Tōhōshinki's strength following their arrival at Saint Ishiyama Academy. Onizuka's comments consequently result in him receiving a punch though he then returns with a powerful roundhouse kick to Shiroyama's leg, knocking the large individual against a wall. Onizuka then adds that he and the other Saint Ishiyama transfers have become very weak. As he says that, Natsume quietly puts a hand on Onizuka's shoulder, drawing his attention. Onizuka flares at the sight of Natsume and proceeds to punch him when he refuses to speak back. Surprisingly, Natsume grabs Onizuka's fist, then crushes it and forces the larger teenager on his knees. Onizuka wonders whether Natsume is really on the same level as Tōjō.[8]

The event ends up immobilizing Onizuka for an extended amount of time. As he is still dazed on the ground, he notices Oga arriving in the hallways, but because of Natsume, he remains on the sidelines throughout the subsequent events.[9] It is not long, however, until all of the other Poltergeists arrive to pick up Nasu; when they do, all of them, including a now mobile Onizuka, leave the vicinity.[10][11]

Onizuka Plays The Piano

Onizuka plays a song on the piano.

The following day, Onizuka practices playing the piano in one of Ishiyama's classrooms.[4]

He later regroups with the other Poltergeists in a separate classroom where they are visited by Hajime Kanzaki and Takayuki Furuichi.[12] Onizuka watches as his fellow Poltergeists beat up the Tōhōshinki with relative ease. As he looks on at the seemingly defeated delinquent, an unusual horn-like tattoo appears over Onizuka's forearm, with a number 1 imprinted near it.[13]

Defeated Misao Onizuka

Onizuka lies bloodied and defeated after the battle.

Unfortunately, Kanzaki is still able to fight and he surprisingly manages to defeat Shioiri in a single hit; Onizuka and Teruomi are both surprised at this unexpected feat.[14] Afterwards, Kanzaki turns his attention over to the other Poltergeists. Onizuka allows his fellow subordinates an opportunity to strike at the Tōhōshinki before giving himself a go; when he does, he simply punches Kanzaki through a wall, destroying a portion of the figure. This attack, moreover with the others from Kameyama and Teruomi respectively, fail to do any significant damage to Kanzaki. Onizuka even becomes worried when he sees Teruomi being knocked out moments after.[15]

Onizuka is later knocked against a bookshelf causing several books to fall down. Moreover, he has been rendered unconscious due to the hard blow.[16]

Powers & AbilitiesEdit

Onizuka Kicks Shiroyama

Onizuka deals a powerful kick to Shiroyama.

Hand-to-Hand Combatant: Onizuka is a considerably strong delinquent, having been a former Tōhōshinki known to have fought on par with the powerful Hidetora Tōjō, who is currently regarded as the strongest of the group; furthermore, this constant back-and-forth fighting has been ongoing during a period of three years.[2] Onizuka's techniques appear to revolve around simple kicks and punches. His kicks are strong enough to knock over a large man such as Shiroyama[17] while his punches can easily crush a grown man through a reinforced brick wall.[18]

Pianist: Onizuka is a skilled musician when it comes to the piano.[4]

RelationshipsEdit

Yōhei NasuEdit

Despite Onizuka being an older student, who apparently has never served as another's underling, he shows a considerable amount of respect for the first-year Nasu, even asking permission to fight someone whom he is unacquainted with.[2]

Hidetora TōjōEdit

It was mentioned that Onizuka used to fight with Tōjō throughout his high school years.[2]

Shintarō NatsumeEdit

Onizuka particularly finds Natsume to be the most annoying of their "little group". He treats the fellow student with hostility due t to the fact that he has always found Natsume's personality to be irritating: cheerful, composed, yet seemingly confident enough to hold his ground. However, upon being forced to grovel at Natsume's feet, he became astonished that Natsume could have such power, something he compares to being on the same level as Tōjō's.[19]

QuotesEdit

  • (To Takeshi Shiroyama): "You guys... have gotten pretty weak. The rumors are floating all over the place. Ever since the Tōhōshinki went to Saint, their fangs have been all dull. You guys all played nice together, right?"[7]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 189, Page 10
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 189, Page 11
  3. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 191, Page 17
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 193, Page 3
  5. 5.0 5.1 Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 189, Pages 10-11
  6. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 189, Page 15
  7. 7.0 7.1 Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 189, Page 11
  8. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 189, Pages 11-17
  9. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 190, Page 6
  10. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 191, Pages 16-19
  11. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 192, Page 1
  12. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 193, Pages 10-11
  13. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 193, Page 16
  14. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 194, Page 8
  15. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 194, Pages 10-14
  16. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 195, Page 15
  17. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 189, Pages 13-14
  18. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 194, Pages 12-13
  19. Beelzebub Manga: Chapter 189, Pages 14-17

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