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Trivia: Monster
This page serves to catalogue less relevant, mildly interesting, somewhat serviceable, or completely useless information on Monster.

Numbers:

  • 402 is the number of Johan's room at the Eisler Memorial Hospital, as well as the number of Eva's hotel room (which also gives the title to Chapter 113).
  • 16 Necker Street is the address of the Fortners. 16 is 4^2 (or 2^4).
  • 204 is the room number of Edmund Fahren, the "Thursday boy."
  • 42 is the number of people poisoned at the Red Rose Mansion.
  • 302 is the number of Runge's room at the motel in Ruhenheim.
  • 47 is Hartmann's building number, as well as the number of the locker hiding Johan's cassette tape from Kinderheim 511.
  • 606 is the room number of Kristof, the "devil's disciple."

Birthdays:

  • Kenzo Tenma: January 2, 1958
    • This is, incidentally, also Urasawa's birthday (although he was born in 1960)
  • Johan and Anna Liebert: May 1975
  • Wolfgang Grimmer: 1954
  • Julius Reichwein: 1937

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Miscellaneous:

  • The word Ungeheuer, found in a wine brand in one of the episodes, means "monster."
  • In the anime, the streetlights are mistakenly rendered as blue instead of green. This is because streetlights are that color in Japan.
    • Even odder Pedestrian streetlights in Munich use East German symbols instead of West German ones.
  • One article in a Bavarian newspaper says something along the lines of: "Kahns Liebesaffären, Promi-Luder" ("Kahn's Affairs, Prominent Hussy," Kahn being a former Bavarian goalkeeper).
  • At one point, a few of Dr. Reichwein's files on patients are shown. The names on these files aside from Richard are all German film personalities, including Werner Herzog, Nastassja Kinski, Wolfgang Becker, Bruno Ganz, and Wim Wenders.

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