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One Piece 「ワンピース ネタバレ」 666 Spoilers

2012 May 2

One Piece 666 Spoilers: The latest chapter end with The Snow Mountain Hitmen – Yeti COOL BROTHERS is revealed. so what happens next..? find out story on One Piece 665 Spoilers 「ワンピース ネタバレ」 第666話 at Mangaspoiler.com. if you would like to discuss the Spoiler or prediction, please leave a comment below.

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ONE PIECE 第666話 イエティ COOL BROTHERS

イエティ兄弟はゾロとブルック、ナミのしたいが転がってるから回収をMの部下に頼んだ 部下は『殺しちまっ たんで?』と聞くがイエティ兄弟は殺して問題あるなら俺達を呼ぶんじゃねえと言い引き続きルフィ達の元へ向 かう

シーザーの研究所ではシーザーが早速死んじまったぞと喜ぶ。
モネがローとルフィの関わりを知っていてシーザーはローがルフィを呼びこんだのではと疑う。ローは否定する 。シーザーがローとの出会いを思い出し悪かったと謝る。 
ローが子供たちが帰ってくる事に疑問を持つ。ドラッグキャンディを与えている事を聞くと『趣味の悪ィ男だ。 誰かを思い出すと』言い席を離れる。
シーザー『頭の回る奴は扱いづらい』

チョッパーと子供たちの場所が誰かに攻撃されている。外に出て様子をうかがうも誰もどこにも居ないと言う チョッパー。ナミが茶ひげの元に向かい知っていることを話せと言う。
茶ひげ『探しても無駄だ 奴らは決して姿を現さない 俺達でさえ顔もしらねぇんだ』
   『ただし、依頼された殺しは報酬と引き換えに必ず遂行する。一つだけ分かっていることは・・・・足跡 はでかく声は低いと言う事』
   『そう・・・・もうひとつ分かっている事は奴らは全身を毛でおおわれた巨大な獣人だ!! 』
   『吹雪の中から現れる雪山の殺し屋二人組!!ロック&スコッチ 人呼んでイエティCOOLBROTH ERS!!正体不明の雪国出身の年齢は25歳』
ナミ「色々わかってんじゃない!!!!」

巨大な影 スコッチが現れ「茶ひげだな?お前も殺しのリストに入っている」
マスターは茶ひげを足手まといだと言い処分しろと命令していた。録音を聞かされ涙を流す茶ひげ
ルフィ達が砲撃音に気付き戻ってきた

茶ひげは目の前で撃たれた(銃がデカイ為バズーカみたいな大きさ)
何度も何度も銃撃された茶ひげは涙を流しながら倒れる
ロックが崩れてガキどもが死ぬから先に船長を狙えと言う。
ルフィ「お前仲間に手だしてねぇだろうなァー」
ルフィ撃たれるがかわし反撃をするも兄弟は消えた。
フランキーの体ナミが攫われた。
シーザーの目的はフランキーの体のベガパンクのレーザーらしい。

研究所裏口ではローの姿
Mの部下「あれ?ローさんどちらへ?今近くに海軍の奴らが・・・」
ロー『知らねえよ』『どこへ行こうと俺の自由だ』といい次々とMの部下達を倒してる

One Piece Chapter 666: Yeti COOL BROTHERS

The Yeti brothers leave the collection of the Zoro, Brook, and Nami’s bodies to M’s subordinates. One of the subordinates ask if they killed the SHs. The brothers reply by saying that if killing were a problem, why would they have been called? They head for Luffy’s location.

At the lab, Caesar is delighted that they (the SHs?) were killed so quickly. Monet knows of Law’s and Luffy’s connection with each other. Caesar is suspicious of Law. Law denies anything. Caesar remembers when he first met Law, and apologizes. Law asks again about whether the children will really come back on their own. When Law learns of the drugged candy, he says, “Your taste is atrocious. Reminds me of someone.” He moves his seat away (?).
Caesar: “Smart guys sure are tough to handle” (thanks Aohige! :D)

The place where Chopper and the kids are is attacked by someone. Choppers goes out to investigate but says that there’s no one there. Nami tells Brownbeard to tell them everything he knows.
Brownbeard: “You won’t find anyone no matter how hard you look. They never reveal themselves. Even we don’t know what their faces look like. They’ll definitely accomplish their missions in order receive payment. I only know one thing about them. Their footprints are huge, but their voices are incredibly small. Well, I know one more thing. They’re beast men giants whose entire bodies are covered with fur. They’re the Snow Mountain Assassin duo who appear out of the blizzard. Lock and Scotch. Referred to as Yeti COOL BROTHERS. They’re 25 years old, and they come from an unknown snow country.”

Nami: “You actually know a whole lot!”

A giant shadow. Scotch appears. “Brownbeard? You’re also on the kill list.”
Master said to kill you for being so incompetent. Brownbeard starts to cry upon hearing the audio recording (maybe because their voices are so low, they use a mic/tape player???)
Luffy’s group hears the attacks and heads back.
Brownbeard is hit (the gun is so big that it’s more like a bazooka)
He cries as he’s hit over and over, and then he falls.
Lock says that they should aim for the captain instead of accidentally hitting and killing the kids (the big ones who are tied up)
Luffy says “don’t lay a finger on my friends.”
Luffy is hit, but he counterattacks and the brothers vanish.
Nami (in Franky’s body) is kidnapped.
It seems that Caesar is interested in the vegapunk laser technology in franky’s body.
Law is at the rear entrance of the lab.
Subordinate: “Where are you headed, Law? There are marines nearby…”
Law: “I don’t know. I’ll go where I please.” He starts taking down Caesar’s subordinates one after the other.

ボンちゃん生きてた!!インペルダウン5.5番地 新女王ボン様

“Bon Chan lived! He’s living in level 5.5 as the new Queen!”

One Piece 666 Trivia: Zoro has his own jolly roger, like all the Straw Hat crew. It has Zoro’s bandanna, two swords instead of crossbones, and a sword in its mouth (the white hilt suggests that it’s Wado Ichimonji, which is always the one that Zoro holds in his mouth when using Santoryu)

1,683 Responses to “One Piece 「ワンピース ネタバレ」 666 Spoilers”

  1. Roby - May 12, 2012 at 8:08 pm #

    OMG, this is the most EVIL CHAPTER ever!
    666!

  2. MDL - May 12, 2012 at 8:16 pm #

    The flashback ends today in the anime!!! Can’t wait to see Luffy knock down 50k people!!!

  3. MDL - May 12, 2012 at 8:17 pm #

    Anyone read Sun-Ken Rock? It’s a great manga! I just caught up to it today. Awesome manga. Better than Bleach, FT, & Naruto…

    • Uchiha Sasuke Vs Uzumaki Naruto - May 12, 2012 at 8:19 pm #

      Better than Naruto? Woah buddy that’s quite the statement to make.Got any proof to back it up?

      • Titus Yoshi - May 12, 2012 at 8:22 pm #

        lol, never heard of it.

        lol, looks like you even made a thread about it over in M;G.

        Looks like it’s really that good, I might check it out.

      • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 8:37 pm #

        YES!!! BETTER THAN NARUTO! IMO OFCOURSE!

        YOUR A BIG NARUTO FAN SO I DOUBT SUN-KEN ROCK WILL BE BETTER FOR YOU, BUT IF YOU READ IT YOU MIGHT SAY ITS 1000TIMES BETTER THAN NARUTO.

      • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 8:38 pm #

        You can start reading here….

        http://www.mangahere.com/manga/sun_ken_rock/v01/c001/

      • Uchiha Sasuke Vs Uzumaki Naruto - May 12, 2012 at 8:40 pm #

        Your not a big Naruto fan soi that’s why you say it’s better lol i’ll check it out.

      • Uchiha Sasuke Vs Uzumaki Naruto - May 12, 2012 at 8:43 pm #

        Naruto looks better.

      • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 8:45 pm #

        I read Naruto, and actually watched the anime but it just wasn’t good enough…I’ve read all its chapters and watched all its episode and still no good…

        but I read Sun-Ken-Rock and its still on going
        (only 97 CH right now) and it’s already better than Naruto…

      • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 8:45 pm #

        of course it is…for you…

      • Titus Yoshi - May 12, 2012 at 8:47 pm #

        Oh shiz! It’s getting good! Ah, thnx MDL :D :)

      • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 8:50 pm #

        It’s gonna get soooo much better…I was already hooked to it in the first 2 chapters and I got even more excited after he becomes the…__________

      • Titus Yoshi - May 12, 2012 at 8:54 pm #

        lol, so you’re not trying to spoil any for me. thnx

        How far are you into it?

      • Titus Yoshi - May 12, 2012 at 8:54 pm #

        nvm, forgot you already said which chapter you’re on?

        New question:

        When did you find out about it?

      • strawhatpirate10 - May 12, 2012 at 8:56 pm #

        it do seem good after one chapter

      • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 9:00 pm #

        I already read all the chapters in 2 days…97 chapters.

        Found out about it 2 days ago…I was just on mangahere website and looked for “Hot manga” then I just looked around and saw it.

      • Uchiha Sasuke Vs Uzumaki Naruto - May 12, 2012 at 9:04 pm #

        It looks good but to say that it’s better than Naruto is an Extradinary statement – if would be better if you had said “It’s better then Naruto…IMO.

      • Titus Yoshi - May 12, 2012 at 9:09 pm #

        lol you haven’t read the whole thing yet have you?

        I’m not sure if you can form a complete opinion on it til’ you get all caught up.

        You most likely won’t think it’s better than Naruto automatically at chapter 2…

      • ONEPIECE4EVER - May 12, 2012 at 9:10 pm #

        if u like sun-ken rock u’ll probably like (heat manga)…

      • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 9:13 pm #

        No, I have read the WHOLE thing…well caught up to it, up to 97 chapters.

      • komori Ningen - May 12, 2012 at 9:15 pm #

        That’s a manwha I think, it’s a korean comics but it’s really good.
        What I like about korean comics is their art, it’s always close to japanese but they had more realism and human like traits.
        I don’t really read manwhas but from time to time I have a look.
        Also Kenichi is made by a korean but it’s considerate as manga, weird isn’t it?

      • Uchiha Sasuke Vs Uzumaki Naruto - May 12, 2012 at 9:19 pm #

        Yeah Komo’s right

        Japan has Manga the one we all know and love while

        Korea has Manhwa and

        China has Manhua

      • Titus Yoshi - May 12, 2012 at 9:20 pm #

        @MDL

        My comment was talking to Uchiha.

      • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 9:21 pm #

        good to see a lot of people enjoying it, I just need to find out how often the chapters are released…

        (hope once a week… AT LEAST)

      • Uchiha Sasuke Vs Uzumaki Naruto - May 12, 2012 at 9:24 pm #

        I understand but saying it’s better than Naruto out of nowhere like that was a surprise.

      • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 9:25 pm #

        OH, I see.

        BTW, warning to youngsters.

        This is gang related manga, and you know what gangsters do and have…

        Top 3 things…

        1. $$$

        2.(.)(.)

        3. >:}

      • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 9:27 pm #

        Uchiha, it was my opinion. Your a big fan of Naruto so I knew you wouldn’t agree…

        It’s like YOU saying Naruto is better than One Piece and I also wouldn’t agree to that.

      • Uchiha Sasuke Vs Uzumaki Naruto - May 12, 2012 at 9:27 pm #

        1)Money

        2)Sex

        3)?

        is it Violence?

      • Titus Yoshi - May 12, 2012 at 9:29 pm #

        lol… Uchiha, it’s drugs…

      • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 9:30 pm #

        yeah, violence lol. A lot of manga have that but I just wanted to put the top 3.

      • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 9:30 pm #

        Na, not drugs. I’m surprised that we don’t really see any drugs in the manga…so far…

      • Uchiha Sasuke Vs Uzumaki Naruto - May 12, 2012 at 9:34 pm #

        Hmmm you see Titus,i was right after all.

      • Titus Yoshi - May 12, 2012 at 9:35 pm #

        Oh… ok, my bad.

      • Uchiha Sasuke Vs Uzumaki Naruto - May 12, 2012 at 9:36 pm #

        I’m right about alot of things – you could really learn well from me my young naive disciple.

    • Kakashi - May 12, 2012 at 9:11 pm #

      Sounds interesting…!

    • Shanks \\\ - May 12, 2012 at 9:15 pm #

      I`m reading it right now, its really funny!!

    • SwagAssassin ;) - May 12, 2012 at 9:49 pm #

      This is pretty sick!! :D

      • Titus Yoshi - May 12, 2012 at 9:50 pm #

        Hellz ya!

    • Hhmah - May 13, 2012 at 6:12 pm #

      looks awesome..i think i will continue

  4. komori Ningen - May 12, 2012 at 9:42 pm #

    I am amazed by Oda’s art, yay most of you think that it’s reatarded and that it’s the worst thing about OP.
    Some even say that Oda sucks at drawing, heck even Shonen jump rejected him more than once because of inconsistency in his art.
    I really understand that OP seems to look childish with Oda’s cartoonish style but right now OP’s art is excellent.
    OP is the only shonen among the big 3 who excels when it comes to drawing the background, Oda’s assistants are really good at it.
    And Oda is the only one drawing all moving things in the manga from the snow fall to the moving cloud and off course the characters…..
    I bet I’m not the only one who got so used to see nami in franky’s buddy that I can’t realize that this is not nami’s body… I don’t know if you get it but I just have one thing to say: oda is a genius

    • Uchiha Sasuke Uzumaki Naruto - May 12, 2012 at 9:45 pm #

      Yeah,the Backgrounds always there and their’s alot going on but Naruto always have them to – but it’s not as detailed as Op with all the bystandars buildings etc.

      • komori Ningen - May 13, 2012 at 2:03 am #

        yeah you’re right about that but Naruto’s background is way better than Bleach’s and FT also has really detailed background I think that Hiro’s goal is to surpass Jump’s mangakas.
        Good for us, good rivalry means better quality of mangas hehe

    • MDL - May 12, 2012 at 9:52 pm #

      I got no problem with the art at all. Maybe in the beginning of the series it was a little “cartoony look-alike” but it got better and better as the story goes on.

    • SwagAssassin ;) - May 12, 2012 at 9:55 pm #

      Yea, it was kinda kiddish in the beginning but now it is amazing! IMO the art got reeeeeally good in the Water 7 arc and from there it kept on getting better never went down even a bit! I really like the background and details that Oda puts in…they are just amazing! :D

    • Ashirogi Muto - May 12, 2012 at 10:03 pm #

      Yeah I have to agree…. a while ago I made a post about the art in my 3 fav mangas – OP, HxH and Naruto and also added in Bleach.

      The role of the art in the manga is to bring to life the characters, the world and the emotions of the story and to correlate well with the situation at hand – be it humorous, serious, sad etc…

      Just going by pure artistry, or the “good looking-ness” of the art, its hard to beat Kubo. But his drawings are also all kind of similar, have virtually no backgrounds, and lack ‘flavor’ or variety. Hence its easy to get bored after a while, but its powerful to see at first and occasionally, I guess that could still happen.

      Kishi’s art is probably the most consistent over the years, and the art quality is also high, but it lacks a certain punch at times. He doesnt make things “pop” (as Mashiro would say). Even in the great moments of the story, Kishi’s artistry doesnt go beyond the usual level – its stays at the high consistent level. But you need the really strong moments of action and emotion to “pop” and that only rarely happens. He does manage to invoke emotions now and then, but more fomr the dialogue I think (and, for me at least, me unconsciously adding the anime music in my head while reading it also helps).

      Oda on the other hand has a truly EXCEPTIONAL ability to insert humor and serious overtones in to the same panel!! He does it often… theres some serious dialogues going on in the foreground and Luffy/Usopp/Franky etc are frolicking in the background. Thats not easy to achieve. Also, the sheer DENSITY of the story Oda packs into each chapter is managed very well, so he does manage to pull that off nicely. But the biggest thing is that Oda manages to make the truly great moments really “pop”. Like the Tenryuubitto punch, or the first view of Gear 2 or Ace’s rescue or WB’s death or the defeat of almost all villains, the meeting between Shanks and WB etc… many of those moments popped artistically very well. Oda is an expert at those – drawing “that was EPIC!!!” moments. Sure, at times its “childish” and “simplistic” drawings, but he really comes through when it matters and also that particular style suits the world of OP very well, so its better than have some serious looking art style of Bleach.

      Togashi (of HxH, YYH) I think has all the above characteristics. Even though, some chapters can, peculiarly, have almost ZERO art value (some are literally just scribbles – like that chapter where that bear ant talks with the resurrected Kite – wt as that?!), his art is (mostly) consistent, pops when needed, suits his story style, characters and world and also has a good inherent artistry in itself like Kubo. So I thnik togashi is the best artist of the lot, if only he were totally consistent with his manga, he’d be hard to beat.

      • komori Ningen - May 13, 2012 at 1:51 am #

        I Completely Agree
        And Togashi has everything to be the best, he has all the qualities to be the best it’s such a shame that he fell sick..
        I really hope that HXH becomes a real rival to OP like YYH was to DB and Saint Seiya.
        Most of Togashi’s works are masterpieces.
        He even tried a funny paranormal manga that I liked very much,forgot its name though

    • Mickey D - May 13, 2012 at 12:03 am #

      Oda rejected…[lol] When was this. Im pretty sure that Oda was approved immediately when he drew Pandaman as a 10 year old. Jump would later make him an assisstant to professional artist to test his promise.

      Masashi would be rejected for over 4 years by Jump before finally being accepted. His lil’ bro would gain acceptance a year later. Their art styles are often criticized for being too simple.

      -This is the main misunderstanding between most readers and artist. Drawing using straight lines is actually a lot easier than the more cartoonistic drawings of the past, which use a lot of curves and rounded lines.
      -American Comics and Toriyama are the main culprit in this. They showed a new way to draw which was faster and “edgier” than the cartoons ppl were used to at the time. Toriyama started with a cartoonistic style but used straight lines later on when trying to give his series a more serious feel.

      Kubo was praised initially for his art and use of emotions. Even thou all his characters look alike, wear the same clothes, and his backgrounds are terrible imo.

      Togashi actually was the #1 Mangaka before Oda came along and YYH ended, and he was my favorite as well. However, he became sick and stressed out, causing him to be less consistent than most other mangaka. So much so that he even “forgot the original ending to YYH”.
      =D

      • komori Ningen - May 13, 2012 at 1:59 am #

        Yes most of Oda’s names have been rejected by shonen jump because of the lack of good story and mostly the art.
        One Piece was his last attempt before he gives up, it would have been a shame if he gave up being a mangaka though.

      • Mickey D - May 13, 2012 at 3:25 am #

        Where did you find your info?

        I’ve never heard of Oda having anything rejected. Nor Oda talking about giving up. I know that Oda wasn’t allowed to publish other series while he was still an assisstant. And that after developing One Piece, he wanted to do a manga on Robots, however Jump wouldn’t approve of it since One Piece hadn’t even started yet. That Oda was technically the originator for the concept of “Death Note”. And that Oda has had over 6 assisstants with whom he helped instruct on how to draw and that he currently is instructing only 4 assisstants to allow for more personal time. Oda worked with Takei as well to better his art.

        But I’ve never heard anything like what your saying. 17 yr olds don’t win awards for bad art, nor are they respected by the “TEZUKA”. lol. Even Toriyama has given Oda praise for his art.
        =D

      • komori Ningen - May 13, 2012 at 4:13 am #

        I don’t remember where I got the info but just google it, oda himself said it in the interview…
        And he wants to draw a mecha manga after OP because he sucks at it, so it’s like he’s challenging himself.
        Now he was assistants to a lot of mangakas before starting with OP

      • Mickey D - May 13, 2012 at 5:19 am #

        I can’t find any of which you spoke. And Oda said that he’s no longer going to do a Robot manga, he decided that before the grandline. And instead of seeing another manga from Oda with Dinosaurs, Samurai, and Robots, we received an even greater ONE PIECE.

        And while Oda started off as an assisstant, he has had many more assisstants himself.
        =D

      • Ashirogi Muto - May 13, 2012 at 9:20 am #

        Didnt Oda do a lot of one shots before doing One Piece? It wouldnt be surprising if some of his submissions at some point, werent accepted… am not sure this actually happened,, but it wouldnt be surprising at all.

      • kurohige - May 13, 2012 at 1:39 pm #

        I got this from wikipedia

        “Assistant Years (1992-1997)
        In 1992, Oda at age 17 began his manga career starting as an assistant to three different mangakas for the weekly shonen manga magazine Shonen Jump. In the same year he submitted his first work called Wanted! for which he won second place at Tezuka Award. At first he worked with Masaya Tokuhiro on Jungle King Ta-Chan in 1992. In 1994, he briefly worked with Shinobu Kaitani with Suizan Police Gang before going back to Tokuhiro. In the same year he left college as a freshman. After Jungle King finished its run in 1995, he and Tokuhiro went on to create Mizu No Tomodachi Kappaman, it ran from 1995 to 1996. Also in the same year he moved on to work with Nobuhiro Watsuki on Rurouni Kenshin in 1996. During this time Oda met Hiroyuki Takei. Oda drew scenes in that manga with his own art style.

        During 1993 and 1994, he created other works such as God’s Gift for the Future (1993), Itsuki Yakou (1994) and Monsters (1994), the last of which he would later mix with One Piece.

        In late 1996, while still working with Watsuki, he created two one-shots for the upcoming manga artist showcase called Romance Dawn, Version 1 and Version 2, which would become the first chapter of One Piece. In 1997, he later quit working with Nobuhiro to begin working on One Piece, doing many early One Piece sketches that would appear in Color Walk 1. He planned out the early stage of One Piece (chapters 1-8) before he officially started it.
        The bomb from Rurouni Kenshin.

        However, he made many changes, such as changing Boogie to Buggy, changing Zoro from being Buggy’s henchman to being a wandering swordsman, and changing Morgan’s appearance (he was originally supposed to look like a Sumo but Oda’s editors wanted him to change it, which he did). Later Nobuhiro Watsuki would pay a tribute to Oda by drawing the Straw Hat Pirates’ jolly roger in one chapter of Rurouni Kenshin as a picture on a bomb used by Gein, one of Yukishiro Enishi’s subordinates.

        One Piece (1997-Current)Edit

        Finally in August, 1997, he created his signature work, One Piece. Having been inspired by pirates, he made One Piece a pirate series.

        Oda stated in an interview that he wanted to create a robot manga after he finished One Piece. Later, however, he stated that after he finishes One Piece, he would take the same path Toriyama did and create short-story manga.

      • komori Ningen - May 13, 2012 at 2:25 pm #

        @ MICKEY D
        —-Please allow us to talk a bit about up until One Piece debuted in serialization. You might say the ‘pilot’ version, we mean of course Romance Dawn (published in the One Piece fanbook Red and the short works collection WANTED!) how exactly did those particular pieces come to be?

        Writing a manga with a pirate motif was something I’d wanted to write since I was in middle school. But it wasn’t something I just wanted to do as a one-shot. The scale of the project would be small and there wouldn’t be anyway to do everything I’d want with it. So I made it a point that if I was going to do it, I’d make it serialized. But getting into serialization wasn’t something I could just worm my way into. Before serialization all my bits and pieces were just ripped to shreds…. So I was really just hanging by a thread and prepped myself thinking, “If this doesn’t work out I’ll just have to give it all up.”, and that’s where Romance Dawn came from.

  5. Uchiha Sasuke Uzumaki Naruto - May 12, 2012 at 9:57 pm #

    gotta go.

    • SwagAssassin ;) - May 12, 2012 at 9:59 pm #

      Cya!

      • Titus Yoshi - May 12, 2012 at 10:00 pm #

        cyas ,

  6. komori Ningen - May 13, 2012 at 2:26 am #

    Did Brownbeard die ? I don’t think so but someone did predict that somebody would die in this chapter and Brownbeard died…
    Not that I care, I just want to make sure

    • SwagAssassin ;) - May 13, 2012 at 3:10 am #

      Someone predicted that cuz it was chapter 666 which is considered as the devil’s number but I dont think he actually died…

    • ONEPIECE4EVER - May 13, 2012 at 3:26 am #

      his personality is just like demalo black. i hate it

    • kurohige - May 13, 2012 at 1:27 pm #

      He is surely not dead !!!!
      Oda sensei doesn’t kill off people so easily but if he is, so be it !

    • MDL - May 13, 2012 at 5:16 pm #

      who cares, useless character lol.

  7. ONEPIECE4EVER - May 13, 2012 at 3:25 am #

    who watch Kuroko No Baske

    one piece it out http://onepieceofficial.com/videos.aspx

    • ONEPIECE4EVER - May 13, 2012 at 3:34 am #

      luffy look badass in dis episode…lol

  8. ONEPIECE4EVER - May 13, 2012 at 3:48 am #

    Scotch has the same name as one of Kaido’s subordinates, Scotch.

  9. ONEPIECE4EVER - May 13, 2012 at 5:09 am #

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddhVSQlExYE&feature=relmfu

    LMAO

  10. jphil - May 13, 2012 at 5:16 am #

    If one piece started 1997 and it is now on its halfway then I guess It will end on 2027.

  11. Phoenix - May 13, 2012 at 5:57 am #

    IMO Top 3 Greatest Mangakas of all time:
    1. Osamu Tezuka (the god of manga, enough said)
    2. Yoshiro Togashi (2 incredible master pieces, sucks that he is ill)
    3. Akira Toriyama (He is behind Dragonball, my favorite manga of all time which redefined the shonen category, also had a little something called Dr. Slump)

    • Mickey D - May 13, 2012 at 6:47 am #

      Something tells me, if I hadn’t mentioned Tezuka’s name earlier it wouldn’t be here now. lol. Even I have never read one of his masterpieces, thank goodness for movies like Astro-Boy and Bambi.

      And Togashi’s not currently ill and hasn’t been for almost 2 years. Thou I often wonder how YYH would’ve ended had he not had a stroke.

      Dr. Slump, huh. lol. Neither Oda nor Kishi have ever read Dr. Slump. And from what I understand, not many ppl have.
      ==================================================================

      Top Mangaka’s:
      1. Gosho Aoyama
      2. Eiichiro Oda
      3. Yoshiro Togashi [Might be higher once I read HxH]
      =D

      • Gildarts - May 13, 2012 at 9:52 am #

        Kishi has read Dr Slum, and whatever the world may say, Dragonball is just a kids anime, it’s bullshit compared to Naruto or One piece.

      • KarakuraNinja - May 13, 2012 at 1:34 pm #

        DB is not a kids anime, how is a show where Goku’s dick being shown with lots of blood a kids anime. but still DBZ is bullshit compared to naruto and i’m assuming OP too (based on segments I have seen like chapters from Impel Down, those bits have better story than DBZ at least).
        here is my list, i have seen a lot of anime but don’t know the authors for all of the manga, i’ll make a list based on names i remember:
        1)Gosho Aoyama (flawless cases, lack of continuity unless of course we took into account how Conan and the others never age despite the series being around for over 15 years)
        2)Masashi Kishimoto (his use of motifs and themes make his manga a true piece of art)
        3) Hiro Mashima (2 great masterpieces, FT is just great in general)
        4) Akira Toriyama (part 1 of DB was amazing, DBZ was shit though)
        5) Tite Kubo (a few of his arcs are mind blowing and his character art rules)
        6) Ohbta and that other guy (DN was great in terms of the detective stuff but I don’t feel DN reached it’s full potential, Bakuman is a great concept that actually appeals despite the lack of fantasy elements)
        7)Kazuki Takahashi (the original yugioh especially before that card game mess was actually he best thing i have ever read, Yugi use to be posessed by anime Jigsaw and kill people in random games, their is a lot of violence too and that series was damn good before the card games started to take over he storyline, th millenium world arc was also great and the artstyle was amazing, but nowadays yugioh has the worst legacy which ruined what the old manga was all about)

    • Luffy Sparrow - May 13, 2012 at 12:02 pm #

      1. ODA – One Piece
      2. Inoue – SLAM DUNK
      3. Akira – Dragon Ball

      • Gildarts - May 13, 2012 at 1:01 pm #

        1 Kishimoto Masashi
        2 OHBA Tsugumi, Asami Yuuko
        3 Mashima Hiro

      • MDL - May 13, 2012 at 5:18 pm #

        Hell Yeah, Slam Dunk was the BEST when I was younger, and even now its still awesome!!! I wish the anime was finished though…

    • kurohige - May 13, 2012 at 1:25 pm #

      I agree that Osamu Tesuka sensei is a legend and deserves to be the first, but Toriyama sensei deserves to be second instead of Togashi sensei!
      Toriyama sensei has done many masterpieces and he’s originally a gag manga author,it’s really hard for a gag mangaka to enter in the legend and Toriyaama sensei has proven himself as the creator of the most innovative action manga ever. But before Dragon Ball, he did create another icon in his own comedy field.
      Dr Slump to me is the result of his genius, a really funny story of a dr who creates a robot girl to help him in his daily life but what Arale (the robot girl) makes his life more complicated with her crazy antics!
      Arale is the funny version of Astro and she is considerate as an icon in japan!!!
      So there is no way that Toriyama sensei is behind Togashi sensei.

  12. anonymous - May 13, 2012 at 6:26 am #

    what a bad anime episode -_- (am talking about 547)

    • kurohige - May 13, 2012 at 1:26 pm #

      Why?
      It was sad and dunny at the same time !!!!!!!!!!!
      That was really great

      • anonymous - May 13, 2012 at 4:04 pm #

        ya but there was no action, it was all drama, and i consider that boring

  13. Smoker - May 13, 2012 at 6:47 am #

    mugiwara ranking>

    Luffy
    Zoro
    Sanji
    Brook
    Franky
    Robin
    USopp_(my nigga)
    Chopper
    Nami

    do you guys think Harpy Monet will join? and if she does join what would be her job in the crew?

  14. Gildarts - May 13, 2012 at 9:50 am #

    http://www1.watchop.com/ it’s out

  15. bem - May 13, 2012 at 9:58 am #

    if ur haki(CoA)is strong enough could it block the effects of the seastone?

    • Ashirogi Muto - May 13, 2012 at 10:38 am #

      Not sure…. Rayleigh said to think of CoA as a shield… now assuming we know CoA works like that (like a shield), we still need to know how the Seastone works. In some cases it was said that it emits the same kind f field as the sea… so maybe the CoA shield cannot block such a field, and on the other hand, it may be able to coz some shields do in fact shield from fields/radiation etc. Lol, so its completely up to Oda to make up the “rule” for the OP world.

      It maybe equivalent to asking – can CoA protect a user from being a hammer in sea? Thinking that way, I would have to say its probably a NO. But who knows…

      It would be cool if it could though, because that would mean that there isnt one supreme thing than can trump every DF user :D

      And, if it were so, then a Fishman with strong CoA Haki could survive basically be immune to being thrown in sea as long as they have the strength to swim out before their CoA stamina runs out lol. But it seems unlikely.

      • bem - May 13, 2012 at 1:19 pm #

        i guess its impossible ,afterall it could ruin the make-up of the op.

    • MDL - May 13, 2012 at 5:20 pm #

      I don’t think so, Seastone is like the SEA itself, so it’s not like you can be a DF user and use CoA then swim around…even if it’s strong..

      • Ashirogi Muto - May 13, 2012 at 5:27 pm #

        Yeah I think so too, but its basically a shield and it can shield against physical attacks and is effective against DF users… basically, its a shield. A shield may be capable of protecting agianst the energy of the sea… basically like falling in the sea while wearing a coating of some sort you know. So if Oda wants, he can justify it, is all I’m saying… I dont think he would want it though. So its unlikely to be true.

  16. ONEPIECE4EVER - May 13, 2012 at 10:43 am #

    probably

  17. ONEPIECE4EVER - May 13, 2012 at 10:45 am #

    https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/407412_169786539800676_100003079932144_246500_1976079454_n.jpg

    • Titus Yoshi - May 13, 2012 at 11:30 am #

      lol xD

  18. komori Ningen - May 13, 2012 at 2:21 pm #

    I got the interview

    Interview With Eiichiro Oda from Manga Tengoku

    The following is an interview with One Piece author Eiichiro Oda that was first published in three parts on the Japanese website ‘Manga Tengoku’ throughout December 2007. Battle Franky of Arlong Park first brought the interview to my attention and I translated it for the board. Since over time the interview has gotten lost among the many threads of the board, I decided to bring it to my site and polish it off. Typically I would link to the original source but the site closed its doors on December 25th, 2009, just two years after the interview was first fully published. This is probably one of the better, if not best, interviews I’ve read or seen with Oda. The interviewer begins simple but quickly dives into a pool of unique and pressing questions that help us get a better idea of how Oda weaves his stories. Enjoy. If you’re looking to reference this English version feel free to link to this page but kindly leave this data right where you found it unless you attempt a translation yourself.

    —-First of all, would you please tell us what made you decide to become a manga author?

    That’d have to be the moment I learned there was such a job. When I was in Kindergarten I really liked the work of Fujio Fujiko but when I heard that all they had to do to make a living was draw pictures, I was so jealous. Back then, that meant exactly the same thing as ‘not working at all’. Of course being a manga author means ‘working’ is drawing pictures, but what kid thinks drawing a picture means work? ‘Working’ meant putting on a suit and heading to the office like my dad. And so that’s why I wanted to be one. Ever since that age I loved drawing and the people around me always said I was good at it so I had confidence in my work.

    —-So how did you actually progress from there?

    I started submitting work from when I was about 15 and actually took home an award when I was 17. But it was from that point that things got harder. As far as drawings are concerned, well, I had no problems there but a comic isn’t just a bunch of pictures. Writing stories was something that used to be really hard for me. Whenever I showed my head editor rough drafts I would get all kinds of weak points pointed out to me and I couldn’t move forward. That was the first ‘Wall of the Professional’ I hit. At the time, I just thought that people who drew great pictures became manga authors, because every one I knew of, drew pictures really well. So that’s about the time I started to seriously think about that thing called a ‘story’.

    From then on I continued aiming to be a manga author and after graduating high school went to a college in Kumamoto but after a year of that I got to thinking, “This really is a waste of time.”, so I headed for Tokyo. Of course I hated studying but more than just that, heading down that path as a college student gave me this sense of impending doom. (laughing) Because all college students do is party right? (laughs)

    —-Was there anyone in college who had the same goal of becoming a manga author as you?

    Nope, nobody. Actually you know I hid the fact that I drew manga from a lot of friends. I dunno about now but back then writing amateur manga meant being made fun of. I did NOT want to be called an otaku so I decided that until I became a professional I’d secretly be a closet manga author. (laughs) If you turn pro and you make a hit, you’re just accepted as that so there’s no need to do work in secret. In that way I think it also kind of gave me motivation like, “I wanna be a pro as soon as possible!” So, eager to go to the scene of all the action, I dropped out of college and my editor introduced me to an opening as an assistant.

    —-How was the first time your actually saw a professional at work?

    It was 1994 and I became the assistant of Shinobu Kaitani (Liar Game, Somurie) whose Midoriyama Police Gang was running in JUMP at the time, and the thing that shocked me the most was the beauty of the final draft. Since JUMP’s pages are made of recycled paper they feel all rough and look dirty right? But the original molds are remarkably beautiful. 10 times more beautiful than I imagined. I went to a bunch of different works places all around the same time but wherever I went the original prints always blew me away. My own work wasn’t even worthy of comparison.

    —-Was there anything else about the professionals’ jobs that moved you?

    After Shinobu Kaitani’s work finished its run, I went to work for Masaya Tokuhiro (Jungle King Taa-chan, Vampire) and I admired how he was able to chug along through his work exactly as he planned. He is a real professional. I always try to learn that by observing but guess I’m just not that kind of manga author. (laughs)

    —-What kind of work did you do while under Tokuhiro-sensei?

    I drew scenery for Taa-chan and his next piece, Mizu no Tomodachi Kappaman. I was only with him for about a year and a half but he really taught me a great deal of things. How to draw the profile of a character, techniques for expression and so on… Since I quit we don’t exchange much more than New Year’s Cards but he made a huge contribution to my life.

    —-On the topic of your life as an assistant, many people mention Nobuhiro Watsuki-sensei. After you ended your time at Nobuhiro-sensei’s, did you go right to work for Watsuki-sensei (Rurouni Kenshin, Embalming)?

    Yeah pretty much. But I actually wasn’t there too long. I think I managed to work full-time every week for only 4 months. After that I wanted to prepare for my own [upcoming] serial work so I worked there every other week.

    —-Would you tell us some special memory you have of working at Watsuki-sensei’s?

    Yeah, I uh, I was able to make a lot of great connections from Watsuki-sensei’s place. Dunno if you can call friends like us ‘Manga Buddies’ or ‘Manga Rivals’ but that was the place where we all met. It was a fantastic place to be.

    —-For a while there was a time when the most popular JUMP manga authors all came from Watsuki’s place.

    From when we were all assistants we all wanted to cultivate ourselves with this kind of, ‘Let’s all become serial authors!’ attitude, I was so happy when that actually happened.

    —-Of all those you considered rivals, who sticks out the most in your mind?

    That would have to be Hiroyuki Takei (Shaman King). From way back he just has this fantastic [art] sense. He continues to make me feel like, “Woah! That’s awesome!”, even now. He just makes these drawings and compositions with ease and I just have to say, “There’s no way I could possibly draw that.” He also kicks ass at mecha. He’s an amazing guy, really.

    —-Please allow us to talk a bit about up until One Piece debuted in serialization. You might say the ‘pilot’ version, we mean of course Romance Dawn (published in the One Piece fanbook Red and the short works collection WANTED!) how exactly did those particular pieces come to be?

    Writing a manga with a pirate motif was something I’d wanted to write since I was in middle school. But it wasn’t something I just wanted to do as a one-shot. The scale of the project would be small and there wouldn’t be anyway to do everything I’d want with it. So I made it a point that if I was going to do it, I’d make it serialized. But getting into serialization wasn’t something I could just worm my way into. Before serialization all my bits and pieces were just ripped to shreds…. So I was really just hanging by a thread and prepped myself thinking, “If this doesn’t work out I’ll just have to give it all up.”, and that’s where Romance Dawn came from. It was like pulling out the family’s mint-condition Mickey Mantle rookie card collection at a garage sale just for food money. [Lit. Says it’s like taking the treasured family heirloom sword at a last stand]. So you could say I deliberately wrote it as the very beginning of this grand story making it very clear that it was meant to be continued. Kind of like me telling everyone, “Look, I really wanna write this story.” (laughs)

    And so in the end, it got picked up for serialization and became One Piece.

    —-It would seem that you had already established many of the basic ideas [of One Piece] at the time of Romance Dawn.

    Yeah, Luffy was there, the Gomu Gomu Fruit and such…. By the way, it was originally just the Gomu Fruit. Then my editor was like, “But isn’t there really a Gomu Fruit?” I changed without a second thought but now looking back, that was a nice-freakin’-idea! (laughs)

    —-Yes but, one could say that’s because you had the grand scheme in mind from your middle school years.

    No, not really, I didn’t exactly have this big arching plot in mind. Actually, as far as the contents of the story go, I hadn’t really thought about anything. I just had in mind the basic establishment and that I wanted it to be a huge story, that’s about it.

    —-That was unexpected. As a reader, just recently the underlying meaning in laying out the Laboon story became quite clear. I thought you had established much of it in minute detail…

    Well now that, consequently, was something I kept under wraps for a looong time. (laughs) Of course, at the time I first drew the Laboon story, I knew there was going to be a ‘skeleton musician’ appearing, I just didn’t have a design for it or know when I was going to unveil it. I really felt like bringing him out sooner but the story just kept getting longer and longer before I knew it and I was finally able to reveal him. That’s all. I just think of the rough story as these broken up tales [Note: we come to label them arcs] and as far as what order I tell them in or how long on spend on each, well that’s just something where I go with whatever works best. Whenever a sketched out idea for the serial gets the axe I have to think of another plan so I just kind go, “Oh! I’ll just use that gag here!”, there are a lot of arcs I’ll write like that.

    —-For example?

    Well, like the Fishmen. They were supposed to appear in Chapter 3 but that idea got knocked down. But I just kept that idea in my head and continued it and finally used it for the Arlong arc. That was another idea I intended to use much earlier. Anyway, when I start writing things just get stretched out. Readers might think, “He thought about this THAT long ago!?”, but at the same time I’m thinking, “I didn’t think it would end up THIS long!!” (big laughs) So I really wanted to bring it to a conclusion much sooner but before I realized it, it’s become what it is today. I figured he would gather his crew in about a year and a half, go on great adventure, and wrap up everything in 5 years.

    —-Speaking of which, how much longer do you think it will be until the conclusion?

    That’s just too much to think about so that’s a question I wish you didn’t ask but. Hmmmm, I’d like to think it’s gone about half-way. …..Nah, let’s just stop thinking about that now.

    —-Not only the comic book, One Piece is also a very popular cartoon as well. It was turned into an animated program about 2 years after the serialized version started but how did that hit you?

    Well yeah, as you might expect I was thrilled it would become animated. Just, I was a little concerned and curious about what kind of people would be making it so I really hoped they would let me meet with the director and producer as soon as possible. I was also wondering who would be doing Luffy and gang’s voices. Actually, with regards to the voice actors, ever since I was an assistant, from the time I wrote Romance Dawn I thought about a lot things and Mayumi Tanaka being good for Luffy was one of them. When it was decided that she would really be doing it I was pretty excited.

    —-Did you ask for her in particular?

    Actually! I hadn’t said a thing about it at all and she was decided on in the end! I left everything regarding the animation to the pros because my stance was that it would be best to shut up and get out of the way so I zipped my lips but then she ended up coming to the audition. When she actually read the lines for me I just knew, “THAT’S IT, THIS IS THE VOICE!” I was happy about so many aspects of the animation but the greatest joy came from having the main character being performed by the voice actress I imagined doing it.

    —-What a dramatic story! Okay, moving along could you please tell us a bit about the always popular and fantastic wealth of information found in the printed volumes, the readers’ corner, SBS. What was your intent for starting it?

    When I was a child, I won’t say the name, but there was a certain comic where the reader’s corner suddenly disappeared. I really enjoyed it so that came as a huge disappointment.

    —-When you become popular you get busy with a lot of things and there seem to be a number of cases where readers’ corners can’t continue.

    But that didn’t satisfy me. So I decided that if I ever became a manga author, I would continue the readers’ corner no matter what. It’s not limited to just manga but the basic idea stemmed from this thought: “I don’t want to make anyone endure something I wouldn’t like.”

    —-But isn’t it difficult to write that while working on the serialization?

    Reading the postcards all at once is tough, so every week I read a bit and sort out the ones that seem like they might be good for SBS. When it’s time for a volume to be released I choose the ones to use from that group. I guess that takes about a day right there. Then I also have to draw the cover for the volume so saying it isn’t difficult would pretty much be a lie. But I already decided that this is something I have to do so even if I don’t like it, it’s something I won’t give up. (laughs) I mean yeah it’s tough, but it’s also fun. Some kids just say things I wouldn’t even think. Everyone just writes this unbelievably stupid crap and sometimes people even suspect me like, “Are you making this up yourself?”, but SBS is 100% from the post cards. I read ’em, I chose ’em, I write an answer.

    —-Well I guess that means all you SBS fans should keep churning them out! Okay, this will be the final question. I seems that it will be quite a while until One Piece reaches its conclusion, but after that, as a manga author, what kind of motif would you like to follow it with?

    Yeah really, there are a lot of things I’d like to do. Not just limited to comics, I’d also like to make something like a movie. However, unlike before, rather than an epic tale I’m really feeling more inclined to drawing a short but tight story. After I finish One Piece I don’t think I’ll do another long-running serialized comic. After I complete it I think much like Akira Toriyama-sensei, I’ll put out a single volume story every once in a while. Right now I’m really yearning for that kind of style. And that’s exactly why right now, I’m going to put all of my energy into One Piece. If I keep thinking that this is my first and my last long-running manga, my motivation won’t run dry.

    —-So you’re thinking of pushing yourself to your limits.

    Well, as far as I can go without killing myself. (laughs)

  19. Ashirogi Muto - May 13, 2012 at 2:28 pm #

    Fav Oda works OTHER than OP (so, basically which from Wanted!)?

    Mine are:

    1. God’s Gift to the Future (Pickpocket one),
    2. Wanted! (the about the gun slinging outlaw)
    3. Monsters (Ryuma’s story)
    4. Ikki Yakou (Monk who looks like Zoro – well I guess they all do, but the one about cannibal and the monk)
    5. Romance Dawn

    • komori Ningen - May 13, 2012 at 3:07 pm #

      Mine is :
      1-Wanted(love the werstern feel to it)
      2-Monster( the mihawk look-alike betrayal was the best IMO)
      3_Romance Dawn ( though I liked the first version better than this one )
      5_God’s gift to the future
      6_Ikki Yakou

      • Ashirogi Muto - May 13, 2012 at 4:22 pm #

        Where can i find the first version of Romance Dawn!??

      • Ashirogi Muto - May 13, 2012 at 4:22 pm #

        Or is it the same as the first OP chapter?

    • MDL - May 13, 2012 at 5:22 pm #

      I HAVEN’T read any other works from Oda! Where can I read them? I tried looking for Wanted before but couldn’t find it.

      • Ashirogi Muto - May 13, 2012 at 5:25 pm #

        mangafox or mangahere maybe.

  20. LETFAR - May 13, 2012 at 3:04 pm #

    Hmmm, been thinking of this. what do you think is the purpose?.
    Luffy is rubber-man he doesn’t get hurt with basic such as fist, hammer whereas Blackbeard takes double damage of normal human.
    Looking forward to your answer guys :)

  21. Phoenix - May 13, 2012 at 3:24 pm #

    I would pay good money to see Mihawk vs Doflamingo.

  22. Ashirogi Muto - May 13, 2012 at 4:26 pm #

    Oh yeah, fights I wanna see:

    1. Dragon vs Akainu
    2. Kizaru vs Aokiji
    3. Enel vs Hancock
    4. Kuma vs Donflamingo
    5. Mihawk vs Shanks
    6. Shanks vs Blackbeard
    7. Garp vs Shiki or WB or Roger (any of the old guard)
    8. Croc vs Donflamingo
    9. Marco vs Magellan
    10. Ace vs Jinbe (the one that already happened)

    • SwagAssassin ;) - May 13, 2012 at 4:58 pm #

      More fights :)
      Akainu vs Aokiji
      Luffy vs Kidd
      Luffy vs BB or Big mam
      Rayleigh vs shiki
      Pandaman vs anyone
      Magellan vs CC
      Law vs Luffy or Zoro
      Tournament between WB commanders :)
      Dragon vs Shanks or BB

      • SwagAssassin ;) - May 13, 2012 at 4:58 pm #

        Wow I did exactly 10 without intending to :D

    • MDL - May 13, 2012 at 5:23 pm #

      for now, the only fight I want to see is Big Mam Vs Luffy…damn it’s gonna be gooooooooooooooooooooooooooood!

    • ki - May 14, 2012 at 3:14 am #

      Do flamingo will smash kuma to pieces
      Akainu already smashed aokiji
      But I know these would be epic fights

  23. MDL - May 13, 2012 at 6:33 pm #

    Sanji Vs Luffy

    Who’s faster? Not in a fight but just a normal foot race. Luffy can use G2. Sanji uses Diamble Jambe on both legs. After-TS.

    I vote for Sanji. Sanji’s strength are all from his legs, he deserves to be the fastest in the crew. He ran for 2 whole years until he learned how to “fly”, but running for almost 2 years will make ANYONE very fast.

    • Sakanades - May 13, 2012 at 6:58 pm #

      Sanji is virtually faster.

      • Titus Yoshi - May 13, 2012 at 6:59 pm #

        lol, MDL, so you brought this convo over here xD

      • MDL - May 13, 2012 at 9:00 pm #

        Yeah, I bring everything here!

    • Ashirogi Muto - May 13, 2012 at 7:44 pm #

      lol yrah, I’d WANT Sanji to be faster… he should be! He probably wasnt, 2 years ago, but he probably is at least as fast as Gear 2 Luffy. I’d hope so at least.

      Blue Walk suggests it too right…