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One Piece: the visual of the Snakeman of Luffy

One Piece: the visual of the Snakeman of Luffy

The 6 march 2019 in Japan and the online stores will be published in the edition on DVD and Blu-Ray of the nineteenth series that feeds into the larger narrative, animated, One Piece, inspired by the famous manga of the same name written and illustrated by Eiichirō Oda on Weekly Shonen Jump.The series...

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One Piece – Episode 871: Finally it is finished – The culmination of intense combat against Katakuri | Review

One Piece – Episode 871: Finally it is finished – The culmination of intense combat against Katakuri | Review

The last episode of One Piece was not, unfortunately, exciting as could be expected from the title, also because of a narrative choice rather debatable: to liquidate a combat that lasted, literally, months in the two episodes. Of course, you don't have this feeling from reading the manga, which, as far...

One Piece – Episode 870: A punch of a speed unheard of – for A new transformation in the Gear Fourth! | Review

One Piece – Episode 870: A punch of a speed unheard of – for A new transformation in the Gear Fourth! | Review

You know: how Eiichirō Oda has drawn a great inspiration from the work of a more famous Akira Toriyama, Dragon Ball, the Maestro has, however, accustomed to a style, both graphics and narration, very different from its source of primary inspiration. But one of the features most typical of Dragon Ball...