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I love that Luffy's personality makes him friends in the unlikely places. Whitebread is a pretty stereotypical pirate, in my opinion.
So much going on in this volume, battles galore, devil fruit powers on display. Such an action packed volume and ending with a massive cliffhanger!
No review, just notes! Loving this volume, obviously, with the Straw Hats out of commission, we get to see the wonder that is the rest of the pirate world.
Technically, the children are asleep, and the adults have come out to play. Needless to say, it's probably why none of the government folk ever tried a solo encounter against the Whitebeard pirates, solely because of the head honcho himself.
Very hilarious stuff with Ace's attempts at murdering the old man. Eventually, though, Fire Fist Ace wound up warming up to the master shaker.
Just when I didn't think anyone could stand up to Admiral Kizaru, a Zoan with a legendary model shows up and practically matches the Logia-type user.
Of course, then we also see a bit more of Jinbei's Fish-Man Karate. Always a pleasure there. Oh, and and, Mihawk!
Can't wait for their actual re-manifestations, but for now, I'm fine with watching Whitebeard's pirates pulverize.
Obviously they were going to get lucky in their landing, though yes, again, Jinbei's pretty useful on that front. Such touching scenes! Maybe they didn't show the whole Don Flamingo chopping his leg off in the anime.
Or maybe they did and I forgot about it. Still, pretty disturbing reading it in manga form. The fact she can hold her own against Smoker makes her well deserving of the title of Shichibukai.
That said, since I saw the anime, I pretty much knew that Squard was going to perform a very dick move there. The first half of One Piece builds to its crescendo, with multiple factions of pirates, government agents, navy men, criminals and revolutionary drag queens gathering in the seas around the Navy HQ.
Yes, it's an all-battle volume, with dozens of power sets, characters and motivations to keep track of, and Luffy - inevitably - jumping right into the middle of it.
It's also an opportunity to marvel at Eiichiro Oda's skill at pacing and storytelling - the number of different viewpoints, cutaways, a The first half of One Piece builds to its crescendo, with multiple factions of pirates, government agents, navy men, criminals and revolutionary drag queens gathering in the seas around the Navy HQ.
It's also an opportunity to marvel at Eiichiro Oda's skill at pacing and storytelling - the number of different viewpoints, cutaways, and flashbacks were is staggering, but it all flows and builds remarkably smoothly, and with no loss of characterisation.
Several entire volumes dedicated to a single fight sounds indulgent - and to be fair, some previous One Piece battles have moved in that direction - but this time, Oda means business, and given the number of moving pieces what stands out is his intense economy.
What once might have been granted a chapter or three of flashback - Ace's pirate career, for instance - is dealt with in four or five skilfully compressed pages.
Urgency is the order of the day. Yes, you need to have read 56 volumes to get the most out of it, but this is magnificent, action comics at a scale that would make Peter Jackson blanch, done with affection, comedy and easy skill.
Meanwhile, somewhere in the background, Luffy is still fighting to reach his brother and hopefully save his life. This volume is non-stop battles of epic proportions among dozens of major players in the war on the water and if there is one thing you can not accuse this 57th book of is being uneventful, not at all.
You can read the rest of this review over at Nagareboshi Reviews! I'm so torn on this. On the one hand, I love this setup.
I love the back story. I love the Whitebeard pirates, and how they all react to one another and cling to one another. I love that we get to see old faces like Smoker, Hana and Tashigi, as well as many of the Baroque Works people and other pirates we've met.
On the other hand, there are also a lot of new faces in this arc, and they don't have much of any context, so the I'm so torn on this.
On the other hand, there are also a lot of new faces in this arc, and they don't have much of any context, so they start to get a little hard to keep track of.
This leads to he battle, while fun, also being a little confusing. Overall, I really dig where this is going, as it promises to just be an all-out, multi-book fight and sometimes, that's all you want from a shonen manga Starting off the action is Whitebeard and his crew as they fight to rescue Ace.
Later, Luffy finally arrives and with fierce determination he battles to save Ace's life, despite the others screams to leave.
This vol was just full of nonstop action. Luckily, Oda keeps it entertaining enough. Also, just wanted to say that I loved how Hancock protected Luffy!
I can't deny that I ship them! Excited to read the next vol, considering this ends with a cliffhanger! I did not see that coming!
I highly doubt he'll die. He doesn't seem like the type to be brought down so easily, but I'll see! The battle of Marineford had started and the reveal of Ace's birth has placed a huge shock throughout the world.
As the 7 warlords and the world government prepare to kill Ace, the allies of Luffy and the famous Yonko Emperor Whitebeard and his divisions show up to stop it from happening.
On top of that Luffy's birth has been revealed and everyone is just as surprised. I really love the beginning of the arc because so much is going on.
We got some big fights going on with the big name admirals The battle of Marineford had started and the reveal of Ace's birth has placed a huge shock throughout the world.
We got some big fights going on with the big name admirals and warlords. Plus we get an introduction to Whitebeard and his commanders which I am happy that we get to see so many new characters and devil fruits.
This is one of the latter. Ace in a chaotic melee where many are acting as free agents with their own agendas. At some point, it got to be too much for me to really follow all the disparate motivations.
It's fun, but I'm not sure I really took it all in. One Piece vol. All-out war has broken out between the Whitebeard Pirates and the Navy.
Whitebeard's crew is said to be the most powerful in the New World, but they'll have their hands full against the Navy Admirals and the remaining Warlords of the Sea.
Meanwhile, can Luffy reach Navy headquarters in time to save his brother Ace? Hey, wait! I'll be fine!
I'm made of rubber!! This one took me so long to finish, not because there was anything wrong about it. One Piece is awesome as ever.
The story line gets your heart racing and you keep flipping to know what's next. The thing is I'm a little annoyed by black and white pages, the art is still great, but colors in other comics are so appealing to my eyes.
I guess next year will be better for one piece as they turned into another kind of pirates. I still love them and still Luffy is my no.
As Luffy races to reach Navy Headquarters in time to save Ace, the Navy faces off against the powers of the Whitebeard Pirates in an all out war!
Oda delivers triumphant action and brutality in this fantastic entry to the "One Piece" series.
What abilities does the Whitebeard crew hold, and can they hold out against the Navy? The beginning of Paramount War is in this volume.
And I have got to say, this is one of my favorite volumes of the whole series. We see so many different characters, all fighting for their own motives.
We see quite a few epic battles in this volume. Readers also enjoyed. About Eiichiro Oda. Eiichiro Oda. As a child, Oda was inspired by Akira Toriyama's works and aspired to become a manga artist.
He recalls that his interest in pirates was probably sparked by the popular TV animation series titled Vicky the Viking. We are using the following form field to detect spammers.
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Hallo Welt. DE EN. Moja historia wyszukiwania Moje ulubione. Entscheidungsschlacht Kraftprobe : Entscheidungsschlacht.
Oktober kommt es zur Entscheidungsschlacht bei Gaugamela, die Alexander wiederum gegen ein scheinbar übermächtiges persisches Heer für sich entscheiden kann.
Den Ausschlag gab ein direkter Angriff durch Alexander persönlich und seine Reiterei auf Dareios, der den Zweikampf scheute und sich zur Flucht wandte.
In the summer of Alexander crossed with his army, the Mesopotamian Desert and crossed the Euphrates and Tigris rivers.
On 1 October comes it to the decisive battle at Gaugamela, Alexander the turn against a seemingly all-powerful Persian army can decide for themselves.
The issue was a direct attack by Alexander in person and his cavalry to Darius, who feared the battle and to flee turned.
It is reported that from then on Saint James did several miracles, even that he fought side to side with King Ramiro I in the decisive battle against the Moors.