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Apr 29, Script : Akiko Inoue 6 episodes eps , , , , , Storyboard : Aya Komaki 4 episodes eps , , , Episode Director : Aya Komaki 6 episodes eps , , , , , Animation Director : Asako Narasaki Atsuko Kawamura Eisaku Inoue Hideaki Maniwa Katsumi Ishizuka Kazuo Takigawa Kazuya Hisada 63 episodes eps 1, 7, 22, 29, 36, 43, 51, 56, 63, 70, 77, 84, 91, 97, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Acting Affairs : Yasuaki Sumi ep -.
Setting Manager : Hiroyuki Sato ep onwards. Akemi Okamura as Nami. Hiroaki Hirata as Sanji. Kappei Yamaguchi as Usopp. Kazue Ikura as Tony Tony Chopper eps Kazuya Nakai as Roronoa Zoro. Mayumi Tanaka as Monkey D. Wakana Yamazaki as Nami eps Ai Orikasa as Kozuki Momonosuke.
Akio Ohtsuka as Marshall D. Akira Ishida as Cavendish. Atsushi Miyauchi as Vinsmoke Niji. Ben Hiura as Zeff ep Chikao Ohtsuka as Gold Roger. Daisuke Namikawa as Eustass Kid. Fumihiko Tachiki as Akainu Don Krieg. Fumiko Orikasa as Miss Valentine Wanda. Ginzo Matsuo as Smoker. Haruna Ikezawa as Caimie. Hidekatsu Shibata as Dragon. Hideo Ishikawa as Fullbody.
Hideyuki Tanaka as Donquixote Doflamingo. Hideyuki Umezu as Diamante. Hirofumi Nojima as Who's Who. Hirohiko Kakegawa as Dracule Mihawk ep Hiroki Takahashi as Queen. Hiroshi Iwasaki as Kurozumi Orochi. Hiroshi Kamiya as Trafalgar Law. Hiroshi Naka as Vice Admiral Garp. Hiroya Ishimaru as Kozuki Oden. Hisao Egawa as Kuroobi.
Hisayoshi Suganuma as Lindbergh. Iemasa Kayumi as Cobra Nefertari. Ikuya Sawaki as Fujitora. Izou Oikawa as Iceberg. Jouji Nakata as Hody Jones. Jouji Yanami as Gan Fall. Junichi Suwabe as Vergo. Junko Noda as Tashigi. Katsuhisa Houki as Gecko Moria Jimbei ep Kazue Ikura as Sentoumaru. Kazuki Yao as Jango Mr. Keiichi Sonobe as Silvers Rayleigh. Kenji Nojima as Pell. Kenji Nomura as Jack. Kenjiro Tsuda as Vinsmoke Yonji. Kenta Miyake as Morley. Kenyuu Horiuchi as Kinemon. Kihachiro Uemura as Chaka.
Kotono Mitsuishi as Boa Hancock. Kumiko Nishihara as Perona. Machiko Toyoshima as Kuina. Mahito Ohba as Smoker ep the Narrator. Makoto Tamura as King. Mami Kingetsu as Miss Merrychristmas. Mariko Kouda as Kaya. Mariya Ise as Kikunojo. Masaaki Tsukada as Toto.
Masafumi Kimura as Charlotte Oven. Masaki Aizawa as Wiper. Masako Katsuki as Charlotte Smoothie. Masako Nozawa as Doctor Kureha. Masami Suzuki as Aisa. Masane Tsukayama as Gold Roger ep Masaru Ikeda as Master Nekomamushi. Masaya Onosaka as Chew Spandam. Masaya Takatsuka as Johnny. Mayumi Tanaka as Oars. Megumi Han as Tama. Megumi Hayashibara as Rebecca. Michie Tomizawa as Laki. Michiko Neya as Vinsmoke Reiju. Mitsuaki Hoshino as Magellan. Mitsuo Iwata as Emporio Ivankov ep Miyuki Sawashiro as Charlotte Pudding.
Naoko Matsui as Monet. Naomi Shindoh as Califa. Nobuyuki Hiyama as Mr. Noriaki Sugiyama as Vinsmoke Ichiji. Noriko Hidaka as Bellmere. Norio Imamura as Emporio Ivankov eps Reiko Suzuki as Miss Bakkin. Rie Kugimiya as Sugar. Rieko Takahashi as Conis. Rikiya Koyama as Thunder Soldier. Ryotaro Okiayu as Kaku Kizaru ep -. Ryusei Nakao as Caesar Clown. Saori Hayami as Yamato. Seiji Sasaki as Blueno. Shigeru Chiba as Buggy. Shigeru Ushiyama as Doctor Hiluluk. Shin Aomori as Don Chinjao. Shinichiro Miki as Pedro.
Showtaro Morikubo as Bartolomeo. Shunsuke Sakuya as Charlotte Daifuku. Takahiro Yoshimizu as Paulie. Takaya Hashi as Duke Inuarashi. Takehito Koyasu as Aokiji. Takeshi Aono as Dracule Mihawk before June Takeshi Kusao as Jaguar D. Takkou Ishimori as Sengoku. Takuya Kirimoto as Charlotte Cracker.
Tetsu Inada as Mr. Tomokazu Seki as Rob Lucci. Tomomichi Nishimura as Hyogoro. Tomoyo Kurosawa as Ulti. Toru Furuya as Sabo Adult. Toru Ohkawa as Sengoku ep Toshio Furukawa as Portgas D. Toshiyuki Morikawa as Enel Hatchan. Uko Tachibana as Miss Doublefinger 6 episodes eps , , Wakana Yamazaki as Nojiko.
Yasuhiko Tokuyama as Yosaku. Yoshito Yasuhara as Dr. Youko Matsuoka as Alvida. Yu Kobayashi as Black Maria. Yuji Mitsuya as Pica. Yukana as Shirahoshi. Yuko Kaida as Belo Betty. Yutaka Aoyama as Page One. Yuya Uchida as Charlotte Perospero. Ai Nonaka as Mansherry. Ai Sasaki as Komane Tristan.
Ai Satou as Aunt ep Akane Omae as Woman ep 3. Akemi Misaki as Dojo Student ep Akihiko Ishizumi as Bluejam. Akiko Hiramatsu as Kobata eps Akiko Nakagawa as Miss Goldenweek. Akiko Utsumi as Jigoku Benten Old woman ep Akira Kajiwara as Pirate ep Akira Murakami as Rokkaku Lieutenant; ep 2 Villager eps 9, Ako Mayama as Cocoro Elder Nyon.
Anzu Nagai as Young Robin. Asako Dodo as Carmen ep Asami Tano as Rin eps , Atsushi Kisaichi as Debt Collector ep Aya Hisakawa as Charlotte Chiffon Lola. Aya Yamane as Black Maria's subrdinate eps , Courtesan ep Ayaka Saito as Chome. Ben Hiura as Zunisha. Bin Shimada as Den Old Man ep Chafurin as Saint Charlos. Chiaki Kuge as Student ep Chie Satou as Hyogoro's wife ep Chieko Atarashi as ShuShu.
Chihaya Terasaki as Prisoner ep Subordinate ep Waiter ep Chihiro Ikki as Charlotte Nutmeg. Chika Sakamoto as Stelly. Daichi Hayashi as Subordinate ep Daisuke Gouri as Dorry Jimbei eps Rockstar. Daisuke Kishio as Vito Young Iceberg. Daisuke Sakaguchi as Portgas D. Ace Young Rittonto ep Daisuke Tojo as Marine ep Eiji Hanawa as Shishilian.
Erika Yamashita as Skypiean ep Eriko Kadokura as Koito ep Fukushi Ochiai as Marshall D. Teach Young. Fumi Hirano as Mother Carmel. Fumie Mizusawa as Cho. Gaku Hamada as Tanaka eps , Hanako Uesugi as Courtesan ep Haruhi Terada as Dip ep Piiman.
Haruhiko Jo as Streusen. Haruka Terui as Oide ep Hidekatsu Shibata as Calgara. Hidenari Ugaki as Yama. Hidenobu Kiuchi as Nero. Hideo Ishikawa as Stansen eps Hideyuki Hori as Vigaro eps Hikaru Hanada as Maynard. Hiroaki Ishikawa as Tom ep Hiroaki Miura as Absalom Pirate ep Hiroaki Yoshida as Kumadori.
Hirohiko Kakegawa as Hamburg Saint Rosward. Hirokazu Miyahara as Jero. Hiroki Takahashi as Bill eps Hiroki Yasumoto as Bonham eps Hiroko Takahashi as Alabasta Citizen ep Hiromi Tsuru as Shakuyaku. Hiroshi Tsuchida as Chikicheetah Kapoti. Hiroshi Yanaka as Gambia. Hiroyuki Kawamoto as Pearl. Hiroyuki Kinoshita as Rock. Hitomi Ohwada as Kozuki Hiyori Young. Houchu Ohtsuka as Montblanc Norland Zephyr eps Ikuko Tatsu as Grabar Kasa ep Ikuto Kanemasa as Bishamon Subordinate ep Isamu Tanonaka as Shojo.
Isshin Chiba as Gladius Hammond Mikazuki. Jin Domon as Lucky Roux Merry. Jouji Nakata as Whetton eps Jouji Yanami as Boodle Gun Fall. Jun Inoue as Prisoner ep Waiter ep Junichi Sugawara as Minatomo. Junji Kitajima as Batman Ham Burger. Junko Takeuchi as Sabo. Junpei Takiguchi as Commodore Nelson. Kanako Tateno as Longo eps Kanami Taguchi as Kisegawa ep Koyama Student ep Kanji Suzumori as Isshi 20 ep 82 Wapol's Minion ep Kanon Amane as Girl ep Kaori Kasahara as Amazon ep Kaori Nazuka as Soran Yoko ep Katsue Miwa as Lilo eps Katsumi Chou as Elizabello II.
Katsuyuki Konishi as Salco eps Sheepshead. Kazue Ikura as Jessica eps Kazuhiko Kishino as Saint Mjosgard's Father. Kazuya Ichijou as Breed eps Charlotte Moscato. Keiichi Nanba as Commander Shepherd eps Itomimizu. Keiko Han as Kozuki Toki. Keiko Yamamoto as Amazon. Keikou Sakai as Tank Lepanto. Keisuke as Kamakiri Mr. Keisuke Koumoto as Pirate ep Keitaro Tanaka as Prisoner ep Waiter ep Ken Miyake as Prisoner ep Villager ep Ken Narita as G-8 Marine 3 episodes eps , Kenichi Ono as Dalton Mr.
Kenji Hamada as Atmos ep Inazuma Killer. Kenji Matsuda as Zebra ep Kenji Nojima as Pirate B ep 1. Kensuke Shimizu as Mihar Prisoner ep Subordinate ep Kenta Miyake as Crowbar Gomorrah Zambai. Kentaro Ito as Fukaboshi.
Kiyoyuki Yanada as Dick ep Kohsuke Tanabe as Townsperson ep Kokoro Kikuchi as Lina eps Toko. Konami Yoshida as Carol. Kosuke Onishi as Waiter ep Kou Mamiya as Student ep Kouhei Fukuhara as A. Kouichi Nagano as Fossa Helmeppo. Kouji Kawakami as Subordinate ep Kouji Ochiai as Dr. Honner eps Kouki Miyata as Dellinger Wadatsumi. Kousei Hirota as Hack Shuzo eps Kousuke Toriumi as Stelly Adult. Kouta Nemoto as Giant ep Guard ep Pirate ep Kozue Kamada as Hocha Nurse ep Rika ep Kumiko Izumi as Dream's Mother ep Kumiko Mori as Maria Napole.
Kumiko Watanabe as Fukurou. Kurumi Mamiya as Leo. Kurumi Sakamoto as Black Maria's subordinate ep Courtesan ep Machiko Kawana as Biyo. Mahito Tsujimura as Banban ep Odama ep Pekkori. Mai Aizawa as Doe Centaur ep Ginko. Makoto Furukawa as Zappa eps Makoto Tamura as Cidre eps Mami Kingetsu as Charlotte Compote Stussy. Mami Matsui as Hoichael. Mami Yamashita as Audience ep Entourage woman ep Women ep Manabu Muraji as Donquixote Homing. Mao Kobayashi as Mao eps Mari Yaguchi as Yoko.
Mari Yoshikura as Skypiean ep Masafumi Kimura as Gotti. Masahi Hamano as Mayushika Shandorian; eps Masahiro Ogata as Fukurokuju Old Cook ep Masaki Aizawa as Ideo. Masaki Hayashi as Subordinate ep Masaki Terasoma as Caribou. Masamu Ono as Izou Young. Masanori Machida as Jibuemon. Masaru Suzuki as Guard ep Masashi Sugawara as Brownbeard ep Porchemy.
Masumi Asano as Marguerite Shakuyaku ep Masumi Kageyama as Henzo eps Maidy ep Masuo Amada as Crocus ep Raochutan ep Mayumi Tanaka as Chopper Imposter. Michiko Neya as Otohime. Michitaka Kobayashi as Yassop. Mika Matsuoka as Pukau eps Miki Machii as Girl ep Miki Nagasawa as Rasa ep 98 Wicca. Minori Matsushima as Tsuru. Minoru Inaba as Monjii Naguri eps Neptune. Minoru Suzuki as Minoru Kazeno ep Mitsuaki Kanuka as Urashima. Mitsuki Nakamura as Subordinate ep Mitsuo Iwata as Sanii eps , Miyu Irino as Jirou eps Miyuki Kawasho as Luca ep Piiman ep Momoko Soyama as Charlotte Akimeg.
Moriya Endou as Kabaji. Motoharu Shimomura as Marine eps Mugihito as Baron Tamago. Munehiro Tokita as Marine eps Naoki Kinoshita as Buggy Pirate eps Villager eps 9, Naoko Matsui as Shindo. Naoto Takenaka as Shiki. Naoya Uchida as Doc Q. Natsuki Hanae as Grount eps Natsuko Kuwatani as Gerd.
Nobuhiko Kazama as Pirate D ep 1. Nobuo Tanaka as Commander Jonathan eps Nobuo Tobita as Pekoms. Osamu Ryuutani as Black Cat Pirate 5 episodes eps , Osamu Saka as Judge Jorge eps Zenny eps Rei Shimpo as Working townsperson ep Reiko Suzuki as Shin Detamaruka ep Reiko Takagi as Jewelry Bonney ep Russian. Rena Mizushiro as Isa Aisa's Mother; ep Rika Komatsu as Chabo Marie ep Riki Kagami as Pastry chef ep Rin Mizuhara as Miss Doublefinger Rina Kawaguchi as Courtesan ep Rina Satou as Baby 5.
Rintarou Nishi as Heracles. Rumi Kasahara as Alpacacino eps Princess Sharulia. Ryoko Shinohara as Ain eps , Ryotaro Okiayu as Toriko eps , Ryou Agawa as Customer Woman. Ryunosuke Yamaguchi as Ryunosuke. Saki Yasuda as Kuja Warrior. Sakiko Uran as Ginrummy. Sara Nakayama as Porche Skypiean Child ep Satsuki Yukino as Koala Tajio ep Sayaka Hirao as Mother ep Sayaka Kinoshita as Mororon. Sayoko Kawaguchi as Old woman ep Shigeo Kiyama as Toyama Tsujigiro ep Shigeru Chiba as Mayor of Luffy's Village.
Shino Kakinuma as Gimlet Tsuru Wano. Shino Shimoji as Shin Jaiya ep Shinobu Satouchi as Carne Doctor ep Lines ep Shiori Mikami as Ally. Shiro Saito as Dagama. Shizuka Itou as Lily Enstomach eps Shogo Sakata as Kazekage Prisoner ep Waiter ep Hou ep Owner ep 81 Wapol's Minion eps Shun Takagi as Kibin ep Shun'ichi Maki as Prisoner ep Shunsuke Sakuya as Scotch.
Subaru Kimura as Buggy Young; ep Susumu Akagi as Babanuki. Tadashi Miyazawa as Ginger eps Taiten Kusunoki as Rolling Logan Urouge. Takahiko Sakaguma as Marine ep Pirate ep Tenryuubito ep Takahiro Sakurai as Coco eps , Takahiro Shimada as Merchant ep Takahiro Yoshimizu as Dosun Lacroix.
Takaya Kuroda as Bogart eps Takayuki Sasada as Warashi Shandorian; eps Takayuki Sugo as Shiliew. Takeharu Onishi as Alpacaman. Takeshi Aono as Mayor Woop Slap ep Takeshi Mori as Coffee Monkeys Leader. Takuma Suzuki as Hockera eps Minche eps Takumi Yamazaki as Kamyu Kanjuurou.
Takumu Miyazono as Subordinate ep Townsperson ep Takurou Nakakuni as CP-0 Agent. The breasts will slowly grow larger, either stretching clothing to its limit or bursting free completely! They will be blocked from the anime system once that move is complete. Please help with that job if you know what characters they should be assigned to. Fictional talking creatures often are anthropomorphic, possessing human-like qualities but appearing as a creature. An animal that only knows how to say its name for example, Please help with that job if you know what episodes they should be assigned to.
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Does not include fake horns. This hair length is longer than what one would typically, though not always, see on most males. Typical male hair at the back of the head which reaches the shoulders does not count as shoulder-length hair; the individual hair strands are very short cm , and therefore count as short hair.
Twintails may also include a pair hair buns, one bun at the base of each tail. They were brutal and aggressive, and their main concern in life was war. In modern usage, the term Amazon is used to refer to tribal female warriors in general. Nobles may or may not hold any specific nobility title. Some gladiators were volunteers who risked their legal and social standing and their lives by appearing in the arena. Most were despised as slaves, schooled under harsh conditions, socially marginalized, and segregated even in death.
They were celebrated in high and low art, and their value as entertainers was commemorated in precious and commonplace objects throughout the Roman world. Mercenaries fight for money or other recompense rather than for political interests. The functions of the ninja included espionage, sabotage, infiltration, and assassination, as well as open combat in certain situations. The ninja, using covert methods of waging war, were contrasted with the samurai, who had strict rules about honor and combat.
In everyday usage, babies younger than 3 years old are also children, but they are tagged separately; they should not be tagged child as well. Once a person becomes 13, they are an adolescent instead. Taken from my review: One Piece is a show that's hard to recommend to most people due to its sheer length, but that same length is also part of what makes it so incredibly good.
You'll be hard-pressed to find many other long-form stories this well plotted out. Events are often set up or foreshadowed hundreds of episodes beforehand and so elegantly as to blend in seamlessly. Add in some genuine friendship, adventure, an interesting world, extraordinarily lovable characters and some of the most moving arcs in all of anime and it's easy to see why this has been such a hit for so long.
In any case, One Piece would be an easy 10 if not for the wonky pacing, inconsistent and frankly often bad animation and shitloads of filler. Despite all that, the brilliant parts far outshine the bad. Do not be mistaken, this is still one of the best stories the genre has to offer and it's only getting better with age. Will make you laugh, cry and send your adrenaline through the roof. Such a intense anime and has still got it after going on for all these years.
This is better than Bleach and Naruto combined. I'm still shocked that it took me this long to realize it.. I know, I get it.. It sounds VERY overwhelming especially if you are a media collector ;. It is slow at first and hard to get into if u are used to modern anime, but is it WORTH the episode grind. So much so that I have burned thru it in a bout months. The arcs are pretty long, but VERY satisfying.
The arcs are so satisfying that it actually encourages some breaks in between. Reviews show all add review. Rating: 8. Disclaimer: I initially only saw fragments of the show on German TV and then didn't give it another thought for over a decade. I started watching it from scratch a while back, so this review does not come from a place of nostalgia. I also don't typically review or even rate or recommend shows that are unfinished, but I'm quite certain nobody will fault me for making this particular exception.
I have no horse in this race, just making hopefully interesting observations. One Piece is a show that's hard to recommend to most people due to its sheer length, but that same length is also part of what makes it so incredibly good. The early, often very short, story arcs can be or seem a bit random, but as soon as the longer arcs kick in, the story really finds its stride.
One reason for the staggering length of the show even after cutting out all the filler except the G8 arc, never skip G8 is that a huge amount of time is spent on fleshing out the world and the characters that live in it. Seemingly random characters often get flashbacks that last several episodes and repeating that on every new island obviously pads the runtime a lot.
But as annoying as it is when another one of these flashbacks begins, they're almost always worth it by the end and getting to know the people living in it makes the world feel so much more real. The show also takes care to show how each major event affects the rest of the world, including the places and people from past arcs, so burning those in the viewers' memories is all the more important.
The animation quality is sadly not only inconsistent, but also pretty bad overall. On a good day it reaches just above average, and even then the show never really looks good in motion, not even by 90s standards. I'm certain that is in part due to their incredibly tight schedule, but that sadly won't raise my score any. On the audio side however, everything is great. The voice acting is splendid and endearing as hell.
The music sets the tone perfectly every time and never becomes tiring, even after hearing it for hundreds of episodes. The small jingles accompanying commercial bumpers should frankly drive me insane by now but they just make me happy every time I hear them. What I personally found particularly interesting is that while the anime often portrays homosexuals as guys in pink tutus and takes its trans characters straight out of the Rocky Horror Picture show, they also tend to have a lot of agency in the plot and are always strong - physically as well as mentally - and an important positive force on their environment, the larger world and the story itself unless your name is Sanji.
This visually stereotypical, but tonally extremely positive portrayal of LBGTQ folk is an interesting idiosyncracy that nobody ever seems to bring up when talking about the show. The Okama, for example, are downright respected, seen as rolemodels by some and even the protagonists find them cool.
We have a character that through someone else's devil fruit power switches gender every other time we see them and nobody ever mentions it or bats an eye at it. Likewise, despite often overly sexualised and stereotypical character designs, we also get to see a huge variety of body types in the show as well.
Overall, neither the plot nor the characters in-universe seem to care much about outward appearance. Whether a character is ugly, average, beautiful or just weird, they can be weak, strong, good, bad, neutral or, well, just weird. That's incredibly refreshing to see at all, and even more surprising in a medium and especially genre that - likely more out of laziness than any actual malice - usually only goes for pretty or ugly, the latter tending to be either bad or unimportant characters.
In this particular regard, the world of One Piece could be seen as almost utopian, as sexual identity, sexual orientation and appearance seemingly don't matter to people, outside of romantic situations. On the other hand, the slavery, racism, wars, genocides, oppressive world government, and constant threat of superpowered pirates, insane weather phenomena and kaiju-sized monsters roaming the world probably put things in perspective a little.
By contrast, we only have about half of those to deal with in the real world and on average not nearly as often, so we simply have more time to get caught up in the small stuff I guess. I still start laughing whenever I remember Law carrying Chopper on his head or Sogeking singing his own theme song, and thinking about Robin during Enies Lobby or pratcically any major character's backstory will get me emotional practically immediately.
Rating: 7. Approval: They did a nice job for awhile in adapting the manga properly, but after the show got popular they started cutting down on the budget and thus from a point on it looks very lazy and cheap. He has lots of good ideas and likes to tribute iconic people and symbolisms from movies and fairy tales. Of course even he was eventually driven to a corner and lost his magic touch. All the analysis will focus only on what I have watched so far, which is up to the end of the Punk Hazard arc.
One Piece was for many years unnoticed by the majority of the anime community. It began airing around the same time as Hunter X Hunter, which was the fad of the year. Also, the American dub had so many ridiculous changes that made many to believe it is a show for 5-year olds. It took for the Big Two to enter filler mode, as well as for some dedicated fansub groups to distribute the original version of One Piece before it was noticed in the west.
After that happened, it quickly climbed all the way to the top of popularity and remains there to this day. Its manga sales have also blown out of the water any other title of its era. The reason it achieved all that is because it had a great feeling of adventure with hundreds of recurring colourful characters who are constantly appearing and disappearing from the main story, as well as a constantly expanding world full of islands, each one with its own distinctive look and society.
As far as slapstick humor goes, it is also quite funny for a younger audience. SCRIPT The setting is quite imaginative as it seems to blend all sorts of themes and eras, with each area having its own unique features and climates. It even makes various tributes to fairy tales, real life pirates, real life actors, and historical cities.
It also plays the switcheroo card in a proficient way, since by the time you get fed up with the same jokes repeating in one area, the cast is sent to another place, where you are again kept interested just to see how they will adjust there.
Of course this is just a gimmick to mask the complete lack of actual development. We gradually learn more about the world but there is close to zero character growth, or a feeling they are getting closer to their objective. Heck, said objective is more of an excuse to be kept on the move than something specific and understandable. You are never let to know what the main objective, the One Piece, really is or how far it is from them at any given moment.
So like all standart shonen do, they keep their characters the same since their introduction, with the only flavour being a few character quirks, and a sad background story that is forgotten and means nothing after their introduction is over. You are prevented from getting bored by constantly introducing more characters instead of changing the older ones. This trick, although effective, can only work for a certain amount of times before it gets old and episodes is more than enough time for that to happen.
The official claim is that the series will reach episodes WUT? The main two problems being: 1 It is long. Most of us followed it after the first episodes had aired and it was fun to see in fast forward the entire journey up until that point. But after that we had to wait for each episode to air every week.
It made the pacing feel slower and the story itself is also slowing down as it goes on. So I must say that the feeling I had when the show began and the one I have at the point it currently reached are miles apart. It really feels like it now drags like any other typical shonen.
Also, the longer it becomes, the harder it gets for newer people to get into it. Who would be willing to watch so many episodes? At first, the show had a simplistic albeit likable style of animation. It improved as it went on up to a point but after that, it started to decline more and more to the point it is now worse than when it began.
It feels lazy and ugly, with characters and motions looking bad. Let me explain how my perception changed by presenting each arc individually. The main hero starts alone and along the way his core crew joins one after another, for various reasons. All that happen in roughly 50 episodes plus 10 fillers in which you also get all sorts of villains standing in the way of their journey. It may feel like it is slow and simple at points but the amount of time it spends on getting to like and attach each new crew member makes it all worthwhile.
Very few parts feel like they were pointless action or aimless strolling; most are about the characters getting to know and trust each other. It is a fine arc as far as shonen shows go. This arc lasts for about 70 episodes and it definitely drags the plot pointlessly at times especially during their stroll in the desert; that part is overkill.
If you take those boring parts out, this arc is also very good as we are introduced to various political and social notions of the world, and how the journey is not about dealing with random autonomous villains but with organized multinational hidden agendas. It lasts for 50 episodes plus 20 fillers and this time we are introduced to mostly idealistic notions that are not exactly relevant to the main story.
For example, many pirates are now planning to create a new world where the sensation of a journey in order to find treasure and adventure will be obsolete. But this part is thrown to the side as the heroes pretty much beat everyone and move along. Then it is about some sort of world in the stars and weapons of mass destruction. But again nothing is shown; it is mostly hinting possible future events.
Even if that is a cool foreshadowing, leaving them aside for hundreds of episodes still feels weak. Plus this arc did not introduce new crew members or sides of the world. What was this entire arc about is kinda blurry. I did like the setting and the broken powers of the main villain but it is otherwise a kinda pointless arc. This is where you start to clearly see the show getting tiresome, as the plot is definitely slower and the animation lazier. The themes are again about a shady organization but it is hardly as interesting as the one in the second arc.
They were never mentioned before, never mentioned again, and were just there to flesh out one of the characters in a fashion that felt similar to the last part of the first arc. So in overall it was a just above average part of the show and a poor excuse to give power ups to the characters in a most lazy way.
No matter how good a story is, this is just ridiculous. Although it spiced thing up by making the crew get separated, as well as killing important characters for the first time yeah, it took episodes for that it still felt like a dragged to infinity plot with bad animation and lots of pointless action. They also brought most of the old secondary characters together while introducing a hundred more for a major battle. Although that makes it relatively short and full of plot, it was by far the most stupid arc yet.
The villains have no appeal, their goals are stupid, the battles are lame, and the only reason this arc was made was just for the heroes to show off their new powers and to win easily against opponents who were nowhere near their level.
Everything in it feels like a lamer repeat of previous arcs, and despite the characters training for several years, they still act as stupid as always. CAST I definitely like the characters for their weird looks and weirder behaviours; they are very humorous and memorable. And we are talking here about a whole lot of injuries! A few days in bandages while eating meat is all it takes to be completely healed.
Here is a rundown of the main cast and how I feel about them. The thing that makes him funny is how he is a complete retard who never thinks but just acts based on his moral values. And that is also what makes him so irrirtating because you can never talk seriously to this guy. He will just sleep or eat while you talk and then will do exactly what you were trying to warn him not to do. He has no touch with his surrounds and walks about autistically, which makes him funny but also obnoxious from a point on.
Especially after the major time skip, he acts even more stupid than before, which contradicts all he is supposed to have learned, as well as the grief of the loved person he lost forever. He is just trying to be the best swordsman in the world but the reasons who drive him to be as such are pointed out all the time in a significan way. I find nothing bad in him; he was handled nicely. Every arc has a part where he is evaluation his skills and vows to improve further.
It is no secret that he is the best character of the whole show because of it. She was interesting during the first arc while her drama was still fresh and a bit afterwards for being the only one who knew how to navigate in the red zone properly. She is just there mostly for fan service, as her clothes gradually get smaller and her boobs grow larger. She is also supposed to be the voice of reason and guidance in the crew but all that mean nothing when herself gets greedy and does stupid things all the time.
He is mostly there as a comic relief but occationally gets surrounded by drama; which is cool. His best phase was when he defended their first ship and even clashed wth the rest of the team about it, leading him to create a hidden persona. After that though he reverted to the same scared idiot he always was. They hardly focused on him and despite the attempt to make him some sort of a tranny as part of his development, he still reverted back to a womanizer idiot.
His drama is weak as it is hardly mentioned after his introduction, so he just becomes another comic relief and the cute mascot of the team. He is just a robotic parody, plus a deviant for running around in tight pants. A hardly interesting character. Also hardly interesting. So basically you are watching this show just for Zoro to do some bushido thinking once every 50 episodes.
The anime is focused almost entirely on personality gimmicks rather characterization. This is of course still a shonen series and it still is to its core immature and unrealistic and one should never try to reason it too much. Especially when it is NOT as interesting or as fast as it began. Not that they are as unwatchable as the cast in Naruto or Bleach; but gets closer to them with each passing episode.
For example, there is this consensus that the first 50 episodes of the show are very boring, advised to be skipped and start immediately from the second arc. The same popularity also claims that the show becomes awesome from the CP9 arc and that it is advised to begin watching from that point onwards. I again never understood that; since for me that is the part where production values and pacing started to drop significantly.
I used to be a huge fan of the show while the other two of the Big Three were still far more popular. I felt proud to be part of those who did their best to prove its more than obvious superiority over those two. But after we succedded at that, I stopped being a fan, because the majority of its fandom are now tards of the same and worse volume of the other two series, and they typically refuse to admit the series is getting worse.
To them, it is getting better with each passing minute; which is of course a lie. I admit that in overall it is still far more enjoyable and well thought of that any other perpetual on-going shonen ever made into anime. Also, despite all I said about the slow progression, for a perpetual on-going shonen series it still has to the most part the fastest pace and the least amount of filler episodes. So in case you want to marathon it, you will suffer less than with the rest of them.
Its action is full of wacky ideas and interesting choreography and each island is like a world of its own. It lost a lot of its magic along the way. But hey, it is still the best example of a good long-running series despite its mishaps and I do consider it worthy of mentioning in my Nostalgia series. So there you go; have fun while it lasts and boy does it last a lot.
And now for some excused scorings. Rating: 9. It's really hard to explain what makes "One Piece" so good. Even to another Anime fan. Especially outside of Japan, Anime has a certain "look" of which "One Piece" really doesn't fit. On top of that there are many genres of anime and many standards that are common that "One Piece" doesn't fit either. It's not about mechs. It's not hi-tech.
Yes, I know anime is varied but there certain things that are common enough that something like "One Piece" that is outside the norm is harder to grasp. Another issue with One Piece is it's huge long story. What makes it so good is it's about passion and goals. The story is about a group of pirates. At first you think they are just a bunch of criminals, I mean hey, that's what "pirates" are in real life. But, in the context of One Piece, "pirates" are people who will risk everything, even their own lives for their dreams.
And so, each of the characters has a dream and each of them has at one time or another decided risking their life for their dream was worth their chosen course. It looks silly and in fact lots of it is but deep down there are the dreams of the characters and how each of them support each other.
The basis of each person's dreams are the most heart wrenching stories ever. For many people just looking at the first few episodes are hard to get into so I'm going to give a spoiler because you NEED to give it try and maybe this will help you stick it out and see that it is different. She steals everything and she has no allegiance.
She will even steal from her friends. She's cute and easy to like but you wonder, why is she so single minded that she could even steal from her friends. Then you find out. Years ago, she was found as an abandoned child by a female soldier. This soldier had basically given up living having been badly hurt in a battle but just after the battle while she lay there dying she heard the cry of baby and a little girl. She vowed then and there to save those girls and braved her way across the sea back to her home town barely making it there alive.
When she gets there the towns people are shocked that she would consider adopting these girls. Japanese do NOT adopt and Japanese frown on single mothers Being a strong minded soldier she tells the town to shove off, she's going to take care of these girls no matter what they say. It's a happy family but very poor and one day Nami takes a book from the bookstore without paying.
When she gets caught her mother scolds her big time and Nami shouts out how her Mom is not her real Mom and how she wishes she wasn't part of this family but a family with more money that could afford things. Well, you can imagine how the Mom takes it. This Mom who has risked everything for Nami. Her life, the scorn of the town, everything. She tells Nami to leave.
Nami is like 5 years old at this point. Nami goes and talks to the town's Mayor who tells her how her Mom found Nami and how their bonds are stronger than any other family's bonds. Nami realizes how childish she was being and heads home to see her Mom. That very day, bad Pirates with super hero like strength show up and take over the town. Everyone pays but of course Nami and her family don't have the money. At first the town tries to hide the Nami and her sister but Nami being so upset for having the previous argument with her Mom runs home anyway just in time to see her Mom getting brutally beaten up by the bad guys.
They have her on the ground and are stomping her arm into mush to blood curdling screams. At first her Mom denies the children are hers hoping to save them since she doesn't have enough money to pay for herself and her 2 children but in the end because of her love and pride she can't deny they are hers and sacrifices her life so she can pay for her daughters. She is killed right in front of Nami and the rest of the town as proof the bad guys are serious. The next thing you know Nami has joined the bad guys and everyone is like "how could you join them after what they did".
Nami plays it cool like she is an uncaring bitch of a girl that could care less about her mom or the town because she knows any other stance and the town won't let her do what she must do. In secret she tells her sister that she has made a deal. And now you know why she has become the world's best thief and why she will stop at nothing to achieve her goals. It's the only way she can rescure the town from these evil men and save the place and town she loves so dearly.
And that's just one of many character's back stories. Now you know why One Piece rocks and why it's fans are so adamant. Back to reviewing: Animation: "Anime: the art of telling a story with as little animation as possible". One Piece uses computers with hand drawn scans and often they do simple CG effects using those scans. The animation for this series works but it's not going to win any awards. At the same time it's well beyond something like Sailor Moon. Sound: The score is near perfect.
The composer has made some of the most heart rousing music ever and when you hear those parts you can't help but leap to the edge of your seat. At the same time while I don't really care about the title or ending songs I suppose some people do. They change at least once a seasons so there are about 10 different opening and ending songs since the series has been running for 8 years now. Some are better than others. Story: I don't know another anime with a better story. At the same time they do often drag things out so I can't say the story is a There are also super heart touching moments where some characters die and it's amazing and then 3 episodes later those same characters that were killed are seen recovering somewhere.
I robs the earlier scenes of their impact. That's why I can't give it a Character: The characters are so varied and amazing. From the main characters to all the amazing people they encounter. There has never been a more creative anime EVER.
Characters who cna split their body. Characters that have springs for legs. Characters made of smoke, fire, sand, rubber. Monkey characters that go treasure diving. God's army, an army of angels, this show has basically unlimited characters and each one is unique. On top of which is all the character development mentioned above. I really can't think of another anime in this league. Value: What can I say, I've been watching this for 5 years now and it's still an ongoing series even at episodes.
It doesn't repeat. It's not the same thing over and over like some long series. At the same time if value means purchase value well I don't think you can buy it in the states with good subtitles and unedited. Either you get the really crappy Hong Kong versions or the edited into crap US versions.
Seek out the originals. I would also say that with it's serial nature and always ending on a cliff hanger I've watched certain arcs several times over. I've watched the Nami arc probably 4 times. The Chopper arc twice, the Crocodile arc twice, the Skypia arc twice. If I just turn on one episode it's very hard to stop until the next major conflict resolution Enjoyment: I've watched some great anime but of all the anime I've ever watched none of them have come close to pulling my heart strings the way One Piece has.
Both sad heart strings and glad ones. I mentioned the sad stuff above but just as well there are triumphant section where you will want to dance on the ceiling they are so joyful. The previous one had an average rating of an nine. General: To start with the general view.
This show is all about entertainment, watch it with no expectation and eventually you will like it soon or later. Animation can be done either quite wacky or simply cool. One Piece mainly emphasizes on the jokes and humor around, so it means that it have to be drawn weird, lame and stupid. Sound 7. I really need to disagree with him. Nicely done and not to mention the top notch lyrics, it seemed like the song was exclusively made for this anime only. Now for the anime itself.
Although I must say that the seiyuu's did a terrific job. Luffy sounds like a honest, fun, but dumb brat. Sanji which can switch his voice easily is also amusing. Something where you can say, this author got lots of fantasy. Amazing story telling! Characters 9. The rich personality along with the wacky animation can do magic. Each of them is unique, although still predictable. How they bring retarded, sarcastic or insipid jokes to the public is tiptop Good usage of the environment and story Value 5.
Recommendation: The beginning is slow and lots of people need to get used to the animation. Sound: Pleasant, although one of the best seiyuu crew and that makes this show so lively 7. Value: Only if you have a money tree 5. Animation The animation of One Piece is not one of its highest points to award praise. Although the animation isn't bad and is polished throughout the series, it could be better. Specifically the first episode's villain detracted me from the anime and would detract others.
However, the animation makes characters seem more lovable and cute. Over time, I've come to appreciate and like the animation. However, it isn't perfect. Also, the earlier episodes' backgrounds were of poor quality. Therefore, there is inconsistency in animation but as it is ever-improving and the animation isn't bad, I give it an 8. Sound The sound in One Piece is perfectly placed, unlike what others may say. Unlike titles which "spam" music to fulfil emotions, One Piece does it through character responses - therefore it isn't needed.
I specifically like most of the openings and endings, which all seem to explain or sum up a aprt of One Piece, and the inspirational battle music. However, there is a lack of background music and there is no argument in that there could be "better" music. One Piece has some magnificent scores which are simple and to the effect.
The music allows a tear to trickle down an eye and is so versatile in use. Story The story in One Piece is what attracts me the most. The story is incredibly deep and all characters have a well built and explained past. They all have specific aims and there characters and growth are documented well within the piece.
One Piece keeps track of old characters also and doesn't let them be forgotten as filler-characters. The story is what makes One Piece so great. It brings forward the heart wrenching scenes. The stories are well synergised with characters for near-perfect responses. Character Great character development throughout the anime.
The backstories help explain why the characters react to what. No character is two-dimensional and their interaction with eachother is amazing. I specifically like how characters grow but not so much to the effect they're lose - they stay true to their essence. Value Although One Piece can lack repetitive value, this is only because of the sheer size of the anime. Value of anime wise, its great. There isn't a moment where I would've not wanted to watch One Piece, apart from the filler arcs.
Enjoyment I've enjoyed the series thoroughly. Comedy is well placed and the familirisation with characters helps aid the enjoyment factor. A note, I'm not a One Piece "fanboy". I used to ridicule One Piece of how I thought the anime was too childish, the animators couldn't draw and it was a sketchy version of Naruto. One Piece is much more and gives so much more.
In conclusion, I could drop odd marks off One Piece for very little things but the main point is, One Piece has a strong plot with amazing characters which outweight most of the discrediting factors of the show. This review is based on the first episodes.
The adventure of Luffy, who wants to become the greatest pirate and his companions each with his or her grand dreams. The anime is first and foremost adventure, with emotional backstories added. You won't find much romance, vengeance, world-saving, etc. The epic story telling and inspiring characters is what makes the anime shine.
Animation: While many people find fault with the animation, due to the huge eyes and silly looking characters, I feel it fits perfectly with the adventure themed anime. The weird people Luffy encounters across the seas shows the creativity of the author and the silly looks and fighting style fits with the light tone of the anime and adds to the comedy aspects. Sound: There are some great OPs and EDs which can be expected of all such long runnning shows, but the background scores are especially nice, espeically the score for determination and the epical one.
Story: While some of the fillers and even manga arcs are pretty pointless, the major epic main arcs are all intriguing. The end result is predictable as almost no one dies in one piece, but getting there is filled with surprises and emotional flashbacks. The story is mostly light hearted. Main characters don't really have dark sides they must confront. They are on a happy go lucky follow your dream cruise. Character: All of the main characters have their own recruitment arc, and sometimes even more.
So they are well developed. I especially likes Nami and Sanji's back stories, while could care less about Usopp. Subsequant character development is lacking, but the good basis and the sheer time they had to interact with each other makes up for it. Luffy's straight forward personality is addictive and serves in binding together his crew. Value: Although this anime is well done and tells a great story with great characters, it's not a must-see.
It tells a story of adventure filled with emotions but is based on a light setting with comedy and silly twists and fights. Less serious than even Naruto and without a hint of romance, this series is clearly not for everyone. However, for those that like this type of anime, the rewatch value, especially of the character's arcs is high.
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The devil's candle! A doctorless island? Ya happy? Island that lives in snow! Hiruluk's cherry blossoms and inherited will [4. Farewell, drum island! The green city, erumalu and the kung fu dugongs [ Spirit of the fakes! Rebel warrior kohza! The key to turning the tide and a great escape! Rebel army vs. Alubarna is crying!
Today's grand performance! Vivi's voice goes unheard! Smells like croc! I will surpass you! The pirates' banquet and operation escape alabasta! Everything began that day! Beware her scent! The first patient! The navigator's mutiny! I'll make it bloom! Infamous pirate hunter! Zenny lives on goat island and there's a pirate ship on his mountain! How's that for profit? Where the island's treasure lies! Legend of the rainbow mist! Inhabits of neverland!
A longing for home! Frantic struggle! Caught log! Monsters appear! Stop dreaming! Godland skypiea! Can we escape!? Go forth, little crow! Ever mysterious! Floating land of gold, jaya! The life-threatening reject! Ordeal of swamp! The vanished city! Ultimate test of the ordeal of iron! Gushing blade attack! The upper ruins crumble! Battle in the ancient ruins! Finally clashing! Maxim rises! Luffy's fall!
Two people awaken! Capriccio to destruction! Free from the spell! The end of the fight! Emergency announcement! Sanji the chef! Zoro's imprisonment and chopper's emergency operation! The marine search party draws near! Luffy and sanji's detirmination! The squadron of burning souls attack! Operation gold recovery and operation waver retrievel! Big adventure in long ring long land [ The foxy pirate crew and the davy back!
Round 3! Burning roller race! Final match on the edge! Captain confrontation! You lost your memory? The mysterious boy with the whistle and robin's guess [ Zoro sharpens his fangs! The real memory thief's final counterattack! The unbeatable power draws near? Quarrel in the moonlight! The city of water is shaking!
Destruction of the straw hat pirates? The man who is loved by his ship! Sanji breaks in! The shout of nami's soul! Rescue our friends! A man of mystery appears!? Robin struggles! The judiciary island! Operation disembarkation commences! Luffy charges in! Battle with the giants! The means of escaping is opened! Robin was betrayed!
Give robin back! Don't stop! Luffy is in sight! All for the sake of protecting my friends! Answer us, robin! Robin's past! The fated parent and child! Tragedy of ohara! Say you want to live! Jump into the falls! All for the sake of a nakama! Even if i die, i won't kick you! Fukurou's miscalculation! Zoro's new technique explodes!
Resounding bad news! Nami's decision! If i can't win, i can't protect anyone! Wait for luffy! The ultimate lineage? The girl searching for the yagara! Everyone's finally wanted! Face the sea, king of beasts! Mysterious party of pirates! Sunny in a pinch! The phoenix returns! The man called a genius! Disappearing strawhat crew! Coming from the sky! Luffy in an emergency! The warrior called a demon! Awakening after years! A man's oath will never die! Food, nami and shadows!!
Absalom knocked out! The great treasure contest! Burukku daifuntou shin no nakama e no michisagashi? Mugiwara ichimi nikushi tetsukamen no dubaru toujou [ Innen no saikai! Landing to get to fishman island the shabondy archipelago [ New rivals arrive!
The exploding fist! Break through the encirclement! Impossible to avoid!? Another strong enemy appears! Admiral kizaru's fierce attack - the straw hat crew's desperate situation! Special historical arc: boss luffy appears again [ Special historical arc: destroy! The heartless judgement! Luffy's hard trial! The crew's whereabouts: the island of giant birds and the pink paradise! A life-threatening break-in!
Reunion in hell!? Special linked to the movie: little east blue targeted [ Special linked to the movie: fierce attack of the amigo pirates [ Special linked to the movie: decisive battle! A warlord in prison! Warden magellan's strategy! All forces have gathered! Magellan's strength! Because he's our friend: bon clay's do-or-die rescue [7. Believe in miracles! Luffy revives! Ace's convoy begins! The strongest team is formed: shake impel down to its core! Even more chaos! A dangerous meeting! No price too high!
Jet pistol of anger! Stop magellan! Magellan's scheme! The escapee team in trouble! Create the final miracle: break through the gate of justice [ The destination is marine headquarters: the ship sets out to rescue ace! The friends' whereabouts! A special retrospective before marineford! The time of the decisive battle draws near! An enormous fleet appears: the whitebeard pirates invade!
The force that could destroy the world! Burn everything to ash! Kichiku no Verugo. Hangeki Kaishi! Kodomo-tachi o Mamore! Honoo Kirisaku Samurai! Kitsunebi no Kin'emon! Nami o Sukue! Rufi Yukiyama no Tatakai. Ichimi Massatsu! Ninen buri no Saikai! Kodomo-tachi o Sukue! Tsui ni Akasareru Shima no Himitsu. Shakunetsu no Tatakai! Zentotanan - Shin-Sekai ni Machiukeru Wana. Okashi Daisuki! Aratanaru Kaigun Gensui! Mirai e! Tomare Noa! Kesshi no Erefanto Gatoringu! Tsui ni Ketchaku! Rufi Konshin no Ichigeki!
Reddo H? Rufi Haiboku!? Ichimi tai Shin Gyojin Kaizokudan! Shirahoshi Zettai Zetsumei. Noa Sekkin! Zoro Sanji Shutsugeki! Shirahoshi no Namida! Kessen Hajimaru - Gyonkorudo Hiroba. Futatabi Genzai e! Totsuzen no Higeki! Yomigaeru In'nen! Nami to Gyojin Kaizoku-dan! Ichimi Haiboku!?
Shirahoshi o Mamore! Dekken no Tsuigeki. Yowamushi de Nakimushi! Tasuketa Same ni Tsurerarete! Sanji Seimei no Kiki! Kaitei Kazan Funka! Isshoku Sokuhatsu! Luffy tai Nise-Rufi. Mugiwara no Ichimi. Dai Kanbu! Fushi Taiketsu - Jajji tai Sanji! Okashi na Mori! Kui-wazurai no Mamu. Totto Rando! Jeruma Daburu Shikkusu. Akuma no Kobushi — Kessen! Rufi VS Guranto. Akai Ishi!
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