Best typo. Guess the Straw Hat's ship was actually a Chimera Ant born from the queen eating a shiplike Going Meruem's death
There is that which I forgot about, during the filler between Loguetown and entering the Grand Line in which Zoro states "there's nothing I can't cut" and proceeds to easily slice through steel. Honestly though, considering his strength feats beforehand, it seems more realistic for a guy who can shrug off building level attacks to be able to destroy steel than not. Oda went pretty awry in terms of feat consistency there.@Captain Cadaver --> there's also a scene of Zoro cutting off steel way before him mastering it in Alabasta, right?
@Fantastische Hure --> yeah, I also think the One Piece's soundtrack is really amazing. I find myself constantly hearing it while I do others things (like browse in forums). I dare to say OP's soundtracks are the best in all animes I've ever seen. I might be a bit biased towards the anime (since it was in the anime I was introduced to the OP's world, as well as have seen all its episodes) but in it scenses like Going Meruem's death was arguably better, with the character's voices as well as the soundtrack making it (arguably so) better than the manga. I dunno why, but watching the anime gives me such nostalgic feelings, probably becausee I remember when I was still in school and would constantly watch OP after getting home...
@Captain Cadaver --> there's also a scene of Zoro cutting off steel way before him mastering it in Alabasta, right?
And thanks for the reply, you two
I haven't seen that yet, so yeah can't really comment. I definitely think the way the anime presents certain moments can definitely elevate the feel of a certain shot or scene from the manga.It's definitely the job of one of the TOEI's animator, dunno if it's exclusive to the boos though.
I agree the music in general is very well positioned, although in some moments I think I'd prefer another soundtrack compared to the one it was originally put. As example
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- when Luffy showed up to fight Doflamingo in their last round, saving Princess Violet from being cutted via Law's powers, I think it's be perfect with a "Luffy Moukou" theme, the same one they played out when Shanks showed himself to stop the Paramount War
I didn't like Zoro vs Mr. 1 so much, honestly. I think they (mainly Zoro) talked too much during the fight, with constantly generic characters' blabbers of "I will defeat you, you'll be in my feet when this fight is over" and da fight just didn't seem to flow. That's a problem I've with OP's fight in general, excess of pointless blabber, unlike other fights in others animes like HxH, where they discuss strategies and the opponents' mentality/psychology".
That's true. I agree very much.Yeah. I think a scene being more thrilling in the anime isn't just pertained to One Piece, but a thing in general. But I think the manga has its advantage in a sense that you can choose the peace in which you read a scene... in the video you showed about Luffy vs Arlong, for example, I didn't find the "Luffy grabbing Arlong's kiribachi" so intense due to it happening in a too fast peace, whereas in the manga I'd give a good pause in that scene, looking througn all the tension into it. In the anime you are basically lead by the animator's peace (others scenes I think would be better fast peaced). But in general yeah, I scene tends to give you more of a intense feeling in the anime, which is why I opt to watch an anime over reading the manga unless the former is pretty shit in comparison to the latter (like in Berserk). I don't think I'd like HxH nearly as much if I had just read the manga instead of watching da anime, for instance.
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