Eyesight (ガンリキ, Ganriki) was a monster that attacked Y-City during the Monster Raid.
Eyesight has the lower body of a snake and the upper body of a woman. Her face has snake-like features and she has snakes for hair. She possesses large earrings on each ear. She has three fingers on each hand with long nails. Her skin is purple with black dots spread throughout.
Human Monster SagaEdit
Monster Raid ArcEdit
Eyesight attacks Y-City during the Monster Raid and paralyzes many heroes. Child Emperor uses Underdog Man No. 22 to analyze Eyesight's poisons to find a cure for the paralysis. Child Emperor then proceeds to detonate Underdog Man No. 22, but that did not successfully kill Eyesight as she hardened her skin. Eyesight then manages to find Child Emperor, but is interrupted and eaten by Pig God. Pig God decides to go after the other monsters in Y-City afterwards. She is killed when Pig God swallows her.
Abilities & PowersEdit
Paralyzing Venom: She possesses a venom that is capable of paralyzing several heroes. Depending on the level of venom she unleashes, the weakest poison takes at least 2-3 days to kill a person while the strongest poison can kill even a monster within seconds.
Snake Hair: She can use her snake hair to attack or constrict her targets.
Transformation: Eyesight is able to transform into a more menacing and monstrous form.
Immense Durability: Eyesight was able to withstand the explosion caused by Underdog Man's self-destruction. It is unknown if this was due to her transformation or not.
Heat Sensing: Eyesight can sense heat from targets even if they are behind other objects and from faraway.
Staff: Eyesight wields a Caduceus-like staff. It is a long staff entwined by two serpents.
- Eyesight appears to be a depiction of serpentine humanoids from several lore, such as Medusa of Gorgon from the Greek mythology and Naga from India, while her skull accessories are related to Kali, the Hindu goddess of time, change, death and the eradication of evils. Eyesight's original name also means "power of eyesight" in Japanese and is a possible reference to the curse of Medusa to turn the victim into stones with a glance, like by Basilisk.