The preview for the next one looks good, so this would probally be the first episode I'll watch in the long time.
Haha, forgot about the mole-man Tenryuubito and his weirdo son going to the island to get his slaves back. The Hannyabal voice was perfect for that adolescent, superior selfishness.
Even though it was less than a full chapter it rarely felt too padded or stretched and paced fairly well. The animation was better than the last episode, though there was some questionable art, mostly involving Vanderdekken in some scenes
I'm going to have nightmares from those two. Seriously, looking at them for more than 1 second is bad for my health. Ew...
Waldo-decken strikes again.
This wasn't the most thought-out arc Oda's done.
They managed to make Myosgard's father look like Jabba the Hut... Blergh. As usual, too many "mothers!!" and "Otohimes!!" for my taste (it works in the manga because you can't hear them and it's just tiny background noise, panel-wise), but in the anime it always rings in the ears.
But those are just minor complaints, I really enjoyed the episode and got teary-eyed. It's more the chapter that I enjoyed here than the episode itself, with all the converging ideals, but still I liked the direction 'n all that. Vander Decken brightens my day, he has such a classic cartoony vibe about him. So uh... 'bout that Strong World music. Hope we'll be seeing some of that in the coming episodes. There are so many tracks from there I'd like to be introduced regularly.
Yeah, I thought this was a perfectly good episode. Out of curiosity, has it been stated whether there's a new opening coming up soon? We Go has been around for right at nine months (Around 30 or so episodes), so I'm guessing the series will cycle to a new opening song soon.
It's worse than the filler marine and his moobs
~"I assert our inalienable right to party."
those tenryubito really are nasty, every time I see one of them, I say to myself "good thing Luffy punched one of them", as has been said, the chapter didn't feel stretched, it had a good pace
Next episode...Luffy's Mermaid!!!
I liked this. Especially the build up to Shirahoshi's scream. Oda really knows how to make some extremely loathesome characters. As much as I like Otohime's perspective, and I do think she's right about not letting the next generation see such violence. But I feel so bad for the ex-slaves that didn't get to slash out against that asshat. I wouldn't have killed him...not right away anyways.
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