ONE PIECE 580 Spoiler ワンピース ネタバレ

2010 March 28

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s Red Haired Shanks!!! *lol* Anyway, if there is a fight between Shanks and Akainu, who do you think will win the fight? Well, let’s find out the answer on 「ワンピース」 ONE PIECE 第580話 Spoiler at Don’t forget to leave a comment below, if you would like to discuss the spoiler and predictions.

Nja answering questions of how Buggy got the strawhat to the sub.

Law was checking out Redhaired, and his men were telling him to get inside, when Buggy arrives and chunks the strawhat from above. The hat gets back to Luffy.

Trivia: The Jolly Roger of the Red-Haired crew is similar to the flag of Calico Jack with 3 scars added to it. However, Calico Jack’s flag is generally a fairly popular pirate reference, and since Oda has never addressed this issue, it is unclear if this is an intended reference or not.

571 Responses to “ONE PIECE 580 Spoiler ワンピース ネタバレ”

  1. Mr. McDonald - April 2, 2010 at 6:40 pm #

    isn't how U use the word attain when using attain in the third person U speak of what some1 has gained or aquired w/o knowledge of if they indeed wanted it or not.

    For instance, "Shanks had attained a massive scar from BB" or "The man had attained a remarkable height in comparison to his crew." Attain is a verb that is also synonymous wit words lyk obtain, aquired, recieved.


  2. mothafucka - April 2, 2010 at 6:45 pm #


    so many child in this forum..

    grow up all..

    this one piece forum not the place u all fuck each other

    go to hotel bitches!!!

    • fucbuddy - April 2, 2010 at 10:29 pm #

      where is the place for them to fuck each other… @ your moms place? LOL

  3. rubbersean - April 2, 2010 at 7:36 pm #

    oh well, i dont care even if you guys talk shit in this forum. as long as we express our feelings, we're okay… haha..

    well, ONE PIECE is off, next week… :(( aww… thats, disastrous!

  4. Luffy is Haki - April 2, 2010 at 7:43 pm #

    To Danzou,

    I am pretty sure you hit your head on a rock when you were a year old. You are a retarded piece of shit! First of all, it seems like you didn't grasp what I said! To attain means to gain,to come to, to arrive at, etc.. Which in other words means I was absolutely right. Watch this: Shanks gained the scar from BB, in this sense gain means to get so Shanks got the scar from BB! You are an illiterate! Come back to me when you are smart enough! And that will only happen when hells freezes over twice! Like I said before, your diminutive brain has a lower I.Q than that of the lowest level of the lowest ranked ranks that belong to the lowest of the lowest species of ants!

    • ichigo is scissors - April 3, 2010 at 1:52 am #

      To Luffy is Haki


      Hello, here you will find my fan-essay on One Piece and explain my option on the series.

      I would like to explain my view on One Piece and why I want it to be super popular. Also I have problems spelling and my grammar will sometimes be poor so please excuse any writing errors but you can contact me to correct them. Sent them to and I will correct any errors on my English skills. If you see something you do not agree with, I'm willing to hear you out.

      [edit] A Starting Point

      Originally, I intend this page to be 4Kids bashing page but I had a difficult time listing listing the reason why I hate 4Kids and decided to make this page into an One Piece essay page where I will talk about the series and will bash 4Kids later.

      I use to want to bash 4Kids outside this page, I was going to write down how they screwed up One Piece and how they messed it up. However, my co-editors(not blaming Angel) revert them and told me I can't say that. They too hate 4Kids also, however they wanted the site to be neutral. So I had no chose but to agree with them, since OP Wikia is not a 4Kids bashing site. I now had no "freedom" to bash 4Kids and I had a hard time avoiding bashing the company on any articles of this site and I don't want to use my main personal page that will waste space soon. But one day I went to Final Fantasy Wikia and found one user manage to create a page connected with the personal page. This gave me an idea, to save space on my personal page and to have freedom to criticize 4Kids then I should do it here.

      [edit] The Beginning

      The story of my interest in One Piece begun way back to the spring of 2004, it started on a board in a Dragon Ball Z board where my interest in DBZ was starting. However in the middle of June of 2006, I went to a theater with my friends to watch a movie in Chapel Hills Mall. Before that I went to a comic store and brought a DBZ manga and entered the theater. As we are in the theater room waiting for the movie to begin, I begin reading it. One of my friend who was bored while waiting wanted to read my manga to kill time, so I passed it to him.

      A second later my friend tossed it back to me and I asked him "why did you do that for?"; he told me it was boring. Later after the movie, I went with him to his car and asked him elaborate it and he told me there was to much anger in it, there were always fighting and the story does not make any sense. DBZ has lacked the other kinds of genres, it lacked a solid story.

      In Sept 2004, 4Kids begun announcing One Piece, at first I didn't mind but when I saw Luffy D. Monkey, I realized him since 1999. In 1999, I was a rabid Digimon fan, I would sometimes visit the Toei Japanese site and would find Luffy D. Monkey there, including announcing the movie. Upon seeing Luffy, I though he was some sort of a bum with wide eye and an excited expression that I would say "what's this about? A death show about a swamp-esque bum must evade death?" however I did not know his name, and the name of the show that time, I never thought it would come to America and it's not until fall 2004 did I find out that show was.

      Upon watching the first episode of One Piece, I already knew the dub may be edit-heavy due to my experience to Saban's Digimon dub so I started to find more information on the series, starting with back then) and tried to figure out how many episodes did Toei do. At that time I did not know that One Piece was based on the manga and thought One Piece was Toei-made like Digimon. Finally I went into the before it became an wiki-format site and begun to learn more on the series and was surprised that the series is still going on. I found out it was an manga-based series and I found out it was super-popular in Japan, I realized that this series was much more better the DBZ. I head back to the and tried to promote an One Piece board there but was rejected. I continued visiting the DBZ and all they talk about is powering up and there was to much dumb topics and VS. topics. I lost interest in it in October

      In October, I became a full-flaged One Piece fan, I bought some english manga on it and became a member of

      [edit] What is One Piece?

      In 1997, a man name Eiichiro Oda who was influenced by Akira Toriyama created One Piece, it was published on Shonen Jump comics which is the division of Shuiesha.

      One Piece is about a boy name Luffy D. Monkey wanted to become a Pirate King. It was 22 years ago a man name Gold D. Roger a former Pirate King announced to a crowd that he hid his treasure somewhere and encouraged them to find it. His inspiring word triggered the Great Age of Pirates.

      Irony, Dragon Ball started a golden age of mangas, every manga artist would claim that Akira Toriyama was their idol and would say he's the reason why they are creating the mangas. One can say that the golden age of pirates was based on the real-life experience of Oda. So Toriyama(Gold D. Roger)'s manga ended in 1995(1500 AOS), it started a great age of manga(Great Age of Pirates), Dragon Ball(Shanks) influenced Oda(Monkey D. Luffy) to became a great manga artist(to become a great pirate). Oda's obsession with Dragon Ball drove him to create his own manga, however that can be a strange coincidence.

      [edit] One Piece Vs. Dragonball

      During the month of October, November and December 2004, I begun to compare One Piece to Dragon Ball Z. I realize that One Piece has a higher standard then DBZ. Dragon Ball was great from the beginning(no not the Saiyan Arc, much much farther back) to the Frieza arc. After that arc, DBZ was beginning to focus on fighting and the flow of the story was not very good. The story became sharp and rushed. I realize that One Piece has a higher standard

      One Piece was a pirate-themed story, however unlike any traditional pirate stories, you won't find any "HOHOHO Yarr!!! Mateys", you won't find random pirates digging or burying treasures, you won't just see pirates drinking rum, raping womans, burying villages, plundering for treasures, having random sea battles. Instead One Piece is not a simple pirate story, it's free from any traditional pirate stories. Instead One Piece is a deeply-complex story, it's very detailed and rich. One Piece has many cultural reference like Star Wars has.

  5. Luffy is Haki - April 2, 2010 at 7:48 pm #

    Also are you seriously kidding me? Syntax means grammar and grammar means sentence structure! When I saw syntax is grammar it also means sentence structure! Gosh, you are such a douchebag.

    • Luffy is Haki - April 2, 2010 at 7:48 pm #

      My mistake, say should be the word. :D

  6. Luffy is Haki - April 2, 2010 at 8:43 pm #

    Oh, I also forgot something very crucial. YES! In terms of meaning, don't and do not are not different, but when it comes to sentence structure it is very different. Saying you probably don't even know sounds more incorrect compared to saying you probably do not even know! You are very stupid to not notice that!

  7. asad1safsg - April 2, 2010 at 9:49 pm #

    lol these love letters are still going on?

    • Mr. McDonald - April 3, 2010 at 3:12 am #

      Don't worry it appears Buggy ran that asshole away wit his mere presence [Buggy's so awesome]. That Danzou or wateva the fuck his name was, won't B bothering us any longer. Meaning no more love letters 2random ppl. Buggy saved the day [&I helped].

      [Vote 4da next Yonkou]

      [Vote 4 Better]

      [Vote 4 Change]

      [Vote 4 Buggy]


  8. daRk kiNg ^_^ - April 3, 2010 at 1:29 am #

    haha ! the love letter still on ?, damn , this guy or gay really love each other !, nyahahaha !

    • Luffy is Haki - April 3, 2010 at 1:33 am #

      You sound gay!

      • LordBleckZ - April 3, 2010 at 9:32 am #

        Shut up bitch go suck luffy's penis

    • Luffy is Haki - April 3, 2010 at 1:34 am #

      I love pathetic people like you who have no life and lives like a hobo that got deserted by his parents when he was only a second old.

      • ichigo is scissors - April 3, 2010 at 1:47 am #


      • daRk kiNg ^_^ - April 3, 2010 at 7:19 am #

        oh ! did i hurt ur feelings ! sory ! i know gay people is a soft !, so sori ! my mistake ! nyahahahaha !

  9. sekundess - April 3, 2010 at 7:54 am #

    does southa the emo guy that now has a grudge over the mangaspoiler site can hack and delete or edit the post here?

    that was a big disappointment southa.. -_-

  10. asad1safsg - April 3, 2010 at 12:21 pm #

    i can imagine buggy becoming a yonkou and having a big war like whitebeard. all the marines need is one admiral to stop buggy then some miracle will happen and buggy will have more followers XD

  11. sekundess - April 3, 2010 at 2:53 pm #

    dude no need for an admiral, a captain is enough, ^_^

    • godogod - April 3, 2010 at 4:29 pm #

      corby would be enough for buggy

  12. WTF - April 3, 2010 at 8:18 pm #

    The bible…

  13. sorkaem - April 3, 2010 at 10:48 pm #

    I don’t like the hanckock running after luffy thing.

    it feels like from now on, we will just see some comical scenes from her searching luffy in the new world…I WANT HER IN THE CREW!

  14. pirate king - April 3, 2010 at 11:05 pm #

    i always had an idea that shanks crew might be the strongest crew out there but i think this proves it, maybe bb crew is stronger now due to his power and the legendary figures he has amassed. I hope the next issue does a time skip, i doubt it though since one pice has been a show where actual aging occurs during the series instead of only in time skips. I hope it doesnt take years before luffy learns to use his haki, bb has amassed great power unlike no other, he has a strong haki and the strongest devil fruit powers in the entire manga. How will oda make luffy powerful enough to defeat him in a realistic way thats is shown in a progression throughout the show. I also want to see the development of the rookies and their rivalries, law, luffy and kid seem to be the main focuses, I think they may not be murderous rivals, but more like estranged friends going after the same goal, who wont hold back against each other to attain it. I do feel that law will get into some kinda trouble and luffy will help him out of it. now to jimbei, i hope he is the newest straw hat member, in the past i thought he was too strong to be a part of the crew but after seeing him against the admirals i think that he is obviously weaker than them which to me means he can be an addition to the team without people feeling that whenever in the future that the strawhats come up against an admiral or yonkou or shikibukai that they will not have some guaranteed victory or easy escape, so i am hoping for the addition of jimbei to their crew. i feel that marco has a role to play in the future of the manga but i'm not sure if it will be to help luffy with his haki or if it will be in some other capacity. I am looking forward to the evolution of luffys relationship with hancock in too many mangas its made apparent of one characters love for another but its often ignored in the future arcs i hope that oda does not follow this trend, who knows maybe she joins luffys crew though two people with the strongest haki may be too much on one crew but it would make for interesting dynamic. i can see her always getting jealous of robin and nami or other women they meet on their journey and her always beating up sanji and telling him she loves luffy since he will undoubtedly fall for her lol. cant wait for some of these story lines to play out. one piece gets more and more exciting as it goes along i hope it around for a while.

    hey guys tell me what you think of some of my thoughts, i'm interested to see where you guys think one piece is heading since i'm kinda new to it you may know better than me.

    • Luffy is Haki - April 4, 2010 at 2:35 am #

      I think that is pretty good. I'd like to see that happen as well.

      • LordBleckZ - April 4, 2010 at 2:39 am #

        Nobody cares faggot

      • NovaLegends - April 4, 2010 at 2:52 am #

        LordBleckZ you mad?

      • crocodile - April 4, 2010 at 5:28 am #

        yeh id like 2 see that too,…strwht+jimbei+hancock sounds great,…P

        @lordbleckz get a life dude…!

      • DraGon Sid - April 4, 2010 at 4:04 pm #

        wen luffy masterd d haki and got d onepiece!!

  15. East Blue Rookie - April 4, 2010 at 1:23 am #

    I think what he's saying is that if an admiral tried to take him out and failed by some miracle then more people would join him

    • East Blue Rookie - April 4, 2010 at 1:23 am #

      We're not denying that coby could probably take him out

  16. Treezcium - April 4, 2010 at 2:44 am #

    ^^ Rockstar ate the Gyarados Fruit

    • crocodile - April 4, 2010 at 5:32 am #

      is that rockstar,..?i didnt realize tht,…wht is Gyarados btw,..xD

  17. asian people - April 4, 2010 at 4:45 am #

    what the fuck are u babling about?

  18. GODENEL - April 4, 2010 at 6:05 am #

    We all know that Buggy the clown would lose against alot of pirates/ marines… BUT what pirates or marines wouldnt win against CAPTAIN BUGGY!!

    • Datruth - April 4, 2010 at 6:07 am #

      —– the 2 pirate hunters in the beginning that followed Zoro will be beat to shreds. PWNED by Buggy !! lol

  19. ELCAPITANUSOPP - April 4, 2010 at 6:12 am #

    – captain morgan would lose to BUGGY

    – Apoo of the Rumble pirates

    – Capone Beige would lose to Buggy

    – Killer would lose to Buggy also

  20. Hawking - April 4, 2010 at 6:23 am #

    perona is going to be the next strawhat crew member

  21. theBEST - April 4, 2010 at 6:26 am #

    So Hancock followed after Luffy. Perhaps she's the third girl to join the Strawhats? I highly doubt Jinbei will end up in the Strawhats crew, although it is a viable possibility to consider. Hancock, I believe will join sooner or later, seeing as how she can't live without him by her side.

  22. ichigo is scissors - April 4, 2010 at 6:50 am #

    One Piece duh…

  23. ichigo is scissors - April 4, 2010 at 7:04 am #

    Essay on feminism in One Piece

    Hi, I'm new in here, though I've been lurking for a while. I just finished a brief informal essay on feminism in One Piece. I don't know if anyone in here is familiar with it, but in case anyone's interested, I thought I'd put it up in here. It was written under the assumption that the reader is familiar with the series, but I did use pictures to illustrate my major points, so I think it should be all right to follow.

    I'm also planning another essay on male gender roles for the series, since it's hard to talk about women's gender roles without going into men's as well. If anyone's interested, I'll post that in here when it's done, too.

    The notion of what truly constitutes feminine empowerment, particularly in terms of popular culture, is a difficult idea to accurately pinpoint; what is empowering for some may rankle others, and there is no scientific litmus to determine how a given person is "supposed" to interpret something. In all things, but especially forms of expression and artistic endeavors, intent and outcome do not necessarily meet in the middle. For the purposes of this argument, I am drawing upon solely my own opinions and impressions and there is nothing to say that they are more correct than anyone else’s. I invite anyone who disagrees with me to please share your own opinions as you may have a useful insight that I don’t.

    One of the characteristics I find most striking about the series One Piece is the creator’s ability to present a character or situation which seems very similar to ones the audience has seen many times before, but then add a twist that adds an unexpected dimension to the series. It is one of Oda’s most consistent idea plates, and even after eleven years of working on the same story, he uses it with such skill that his longtime readers still find themselves surprised. Such is also the case with his first major female character, Nami. As she has had the most development time as well as the character of greatest personal interest to me, my argument will largely focus on her.

    When she first appears, Nami seems like any one of a number of greedy, sneaky archetypes for women in media, and in fact I considered her to be a drag on the story until the Arlong Park storyline. Her not-so-subtle intimations about her reasons for hating pirates and the implicit knowledge that she would eventually be won over by Luffy and the others and join up with them despite her convictions doesn’t make for a compelling read. Even her "shocking" betrayal during the Baratie storyline doesn’t make her seem any more interesting–it is only when she returns home that her story becomes interesting. All of a sudden, Nami is given a new dimension, even though we know the major plot points that the story arc will cover: someone important to her was killed by pirates and she has an enormous debt to pay off. It is not the plot elements in themselves that are interesting, it is how they are handled, and Oda does a masterful job on this story arc. Suddenly Nami is tough, unrelenting, self-sacrificing, capable, smart, proactive, strong, compassionate, and proud and we understand the lengths she will go through to protect the people she loves without asking a single thing in return, even their gratitude. There is no self-pity in her, no melancholy moping, nor tragic Shakespearian soliloquies about her sorry lot in life, there is only determination and drive, despite every setback thrown at her. No longer is she the enigmatic object of other characters’ attention: she is finally given a voice in the story and along with it is her power.

    The only major letdown to this is the ending, in which Luffy, as with all the previous character arcs, defeats the reigning villain and clears the way for the crewmember to join. This would be well and fine expect for the fact that Nami does very little in the battle to free herself, in contrast to the previous story arcs, and perhaps more significantly, she is left out of the fight wherein the crew first truly fights as a team. This fight is the one most people site as the emotional crux of the entire East Blue storyline, and while Nami’s actions through most of it are indeed very strong, it only makes her lack of involvement in the final battle that much less satisfying. After the climax of the last fight, she (and the readers) are thrown a hegemonic bone in the form of her defeat of Nezumi, but it falls far short of any of the battles fought on her behalf and ultimately weakens any satisfaction because Nezumi deserves far worse and Nami deserves far better. However, that being said, the strength of everything that happens prior to this is enough to overshadow the disappointment of the ending, and hopefully the reader is left with a greater appreciation for Nami and her now very understandable personality traits.

    Thankfully, after her major story arc is over and her long-standing problems are solved, she does not undergo a significant change of personality or goal; she still wants money, a fact that makes perfect sense, given the events of her childhood, and she is still self-possessed, confident, ambitious, intelligent, and capable. She never relinquishes control over herself; she speaks her mind, and is every inch her own character instead of relegated to the "token female" or "romantic interest" roles that unfortunately many creators can’t seem to get past. She even displays a lack of shame about her own body without coming across as an exhibitionist or a slut with her playful "Happiness Punch" move at the end of the Alabasta storyline. She does not solicit the attention of the men peeping at her, but she doesn’t shrink from it and instead voluntarily drops her towel to give them what it turns out they can’t handle: a full view of her unashamed nudity.

    Much credit must be given to Oda in that never again has this incident been directly mentioned in the comic, nor has it changed the dynamic of the cast: sexuality thus far in the series is relegated to the role of humor and nothing more, allowing the female characters to develop facets to their personalities beyond being objects of desire. Indeed, as titillating as the "Happiness Punch" sounds, how the scene is drawn emphasizes only the comedy, leaving the view of her body completely behind her towel and not on display for the readers which would lead the incident down a more objectifying avenue.

    Unfortunately, the scene is indirectly referenced in two subsequent scenes, Nami’s fight with Califa, and Nami’s attempted assault by Absolam. Not insignificantly, both of these scenes take place in a bath setting, like the setting for the "Happiness Punch" scene, and both involve very sexually charged and unwanted advances on Nami’s body.

    Prior to the Califa scene is another instance of Nami’s lack of modesty, where she changes her clothing in a room full of people, all of whom are male. This happens off-screen, the reader joining the events after she is dressed so they can view the comedic aftermath. The men are affected by the sight of her body, but she is neither offended by their looks, nor is she inviting of it, but rather she is indifferent to it. Once more, she is in full possession of herself, unashamed of her body without appearing to be promiscuous or objectified, and it is significant that her changing takes place off-panel as well. The act of her changing is in no way presented as a sexual one save for the reactions of a handful of the other passengers, which is played for comedy and ultimately dismissed. (Her preference for micro-miniskirts and high heels for combat situations is another matter, but one for another time.)

    Not too long after this incident is Nami’s fight with Califa, a character who is portrayed as very sexualized from her first appearance, either as a businesslike secretary or a leather-and-fishnets-wearing assassin. Her previous fight with Sanji was very overtly sexually charged, which was inevitable, considering Sanji’s characteristic appreciation of the female form. Had her fight been against any other of the male characters, it likely would not have been so sexually charged, but the choice to pit her against Sanji initially is noteworthy. Not only is he the only member of the crew that would have trouble besting her, but it heightens her sexuality in the readers’ minds and perpetuates that image of her.

    Once her opponent switches to Nami, one might suspect to see a change in her portrayal, from seductive temptress to more business-like, as she had initially appeared in the story. However, her treatment of Nami is very similar to that of Sanji, the primary difference being that the audience is privy to more of the spectacle in the second fight. Not only is Califa’s attack on full display, but it takes up an entire page, displaying Nami’s body in a highly sensualized manner and implying that Califa is taking her time running her hands over it. The fact that Nami appears to be in pain while this is going on only adds to the uneasy undercurrent to it, and the reader knows that this is an unwelcome invasion of her body. It is by far one of the most graphically sexual scenes in a series previously noted for its lack of overtly gratuitous fanservice and feminine objectification. Its presence is very striking in this context, and was very controversial amongst Western readers at the time of the issue’s release.

    In the very next story arc presents a scene that ups the scales on Nami’s sudden vulnerability, when an invisible beast-man accosts her while she is taking a bath. It’s unclear if his intent was to actually rape her, since he is interrupted before he can do much of anything to her, but the implication is extremely evident. This provoked yet more controversy amongst the Western readership upon its release, and while the argument can be made that the storyline was meant as a playful sendup of the tropes of Hollywood horror movies– this scene mirroring any number of similar ideas from slasher films– there are two problematic areas in its presentation: one, that Nami’s body is so clearly meant to be sexually provocative despite her very tense circumstances, and two, that even in the act of satirizing a common trope such as this, one risks the chance of revalidating it and committing the same exploitation as those that originally made the films being spoofed. It remains the single most uncomfortable scene in the entire series for me to view, and I’m relatively certain many others share my discomfort with it, for precisely these reasons. While we understand that Nami is in serious peril, the manner in which she is drawn and in which the scene is presented invite the reader to view her as her attacker does, and share in his lustful feelings. In this sense, Nami has lost the control over her body, both in terms of her helplessness in the scene, and also in the readers’ minds– now she is not just an interesting character, she is a sexual object and Oda has invited us to view her as such. It is meant to be a sexual gratification for male readers, and were it not for the character’s previous displays of empowerment, it would not be as troubling to view from the standpoint of someone who admired those traits and the person who had given them to her. Nor wold it be as problematc if the outcome of her later fight with her attacker weren’t so patronizing.

    She spends a great deal of time being unconscious during the Thriller Bark storyline, which one can’t help but wonder about since this is also the first time this has happened in the series. What was Oda’s intent in having this happen? And why would he choose to have her peril include a wedding (and, with very little speculation, the subsiquent consummation), and why would he orchestrate it so that she would need to be rescued by a third party? Particularly when this third party beats her attacker just enough so that when she later confronts him herself, the fight is incredibly short, and Nami is left the butt of the joke because she thinks she beat him all by herself. She is not only victimized and violated, but she is robbed of any real victory when the chance comes for her to regain her control. Was this all consciously intended by Oda, or was it merely a series of events he wanted to play out without realizing the implications?

    Whether or not these later scenes are meant as a punishment for Nami’s earlier control and even dominance in some instances, or if Oda simply has a slight fetish on display, I can’t say, since I’m not privy to his thoughts or intentions. Regardless, it is a striking theme, and no other character has had such a dramatic and sudden victimization that does not end in some sort of return to the status quo. She is slowly robbed of her power and given fewer and fewer chances to regain it. One can also see the dramatic increase of supporting female characters whose purpose largely seems to be more male sexual gratification. From a feminine viewpoint, it’s an alarming trend, and one that doesn’t seem to be abating with time. Given Oda’s previous track record, hopefully he’ll return to his previous treatment of women, and particularly Nami, since it was far more interesting.

    • wtf - April 4, 2010 at 7:38 am #

      ROFL, copy and past much?? You even copied the Introduction.

    • sekundess - April 4, 2010 at 8:53 am #

      damn long post there dude, hope someone will read it.. ^_^

    • Luffy is Haki - April 4, 2010 at 1:31 pm #

      Wow! That is one heck of a long essay, lol. However, I don't think you wrote it.

      • blah - April 4, 2010 at 6:27 pm #

        Of course he didn't write it.

        Read some of his other posts, his English sucks.

        He just copied someone's work.

        Get a life, loser!

  24. seibweb - April 4, 2010 at 7:42 am #

    Next episode, Nami and Robin will have random lesbian sex. That's the only thing that will make One Piece graphically pleasing.

    • StrangePath - April 4, 2010 at 10:20 am #

      your mother and grandmother!! WHAT?????

  25. ghost - April 4, 2010 at 10:53 am #

    in my view of point

    the first 4 crew member of black bread pirates refers to 4 horse man from bible and black beard himself as the devil

    i go no idea whats that shigura might refer too though