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One Piece: Collection Eight (2012)

Colleen Clinkenbeard , Luci Christian , Konosuke Uda  |  NR |  DVD
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  • Actors: Colleen Clinkenbeard, Luci Christian, Christopher Sabat, Sonny Strait, Daniel Penz
  • Directors: Konosuke Uda
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC, Full Screen
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: September 25, 2012
  • Run Time: 650 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008D1RCR2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,157 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The episodes in this collection complete season six and begin season seven of the long-running comedy-adventure One Piece. The self-styled god Eneru uses his lightning to wreak havoc on the floating realm of Skypiea, which he plans to drop onto the Earth. But since he ate the accursed gum-gum fruit, Luffy is made of rubber: lightning doesn't hurt him. Eneru may be a tiresome motor mouth, but overcoming his formidable powers takes some doing, even for Monkey D. Luffy. Although Luffy eventually triumphs, Eneru escapes the ruins of his schemes and may cause trouble another day. Luffy rediscovers the missing golden bell of Shandora and rings it, rallying the people of Skypiea, celebrating his victory, and justifying the faith of the descendants of great explorer-botanist Noland. Amid the ruins of Shandora, Robin discovers a message left by the legendary pirate Gol D. Roger (whose treasure Luffy and every other pirate dreams of finding): apparently he once visited Skypiea, 10,000 meters above the Earth's surface. The grateful inhabitants of Skypiea load the Straw Hats with gold and send them back to the Blue Sea with the help of a giant, inflatable octopus. Unfortunately, it deflates and dumps the Going Merry into the waters of the atoll-like fortress of Navaronne. The commandant isn't exactly thrilled to have pirates drop in (literally), and Luffy has a 100 million-Berry bounty on his head. Escaping from the marines and the guns of Navaronne with their ship and treasure intact won't be easy for the Straw Hats. Luffy isn't King of the Pirates yet, but getting there has always been considerably more than half the fun. (Rated TV 14: violence, violence against women, ethnic stereotypes, alcohol and tobacco use) --Charles Solomon

(183. Maxim Surfaces! Deathpiea Is Activated! 184. Luffy Falls! Eneru's Judgment and Nami's Wish! 185. The Two Awaken! On the Front Lines of the Burning Love Rescue! 186. Capriccio for Despair! The Impending Doom of Sky Island! 187. Led by a Bell's Sound! Tale of the Great Warrior and the Explorer! 188. Free from the Spell! The Great Warrior Sheds Tears! 189. Eternal Friends! The Vowed Bell Echoes Across the Mighty Seas! 190. Angel Island Obliterated! The Horror of the Raigo's Advent! 191. Knock Over Giant Jack! Last Hope for Escape! 192. Miracle on Skypiea! The Love Song Heard in the Clouds! 193. The Battle Ends! Proud Fantasia Echoes Far! 194. I Made It Here! The Yarn the Poneglyphs Spin! 195. Off to the Blue Sea! A Heartfelt Finale! 196. A State of Emergency Is Issued! A Notorious Pirate Ship Has Infiltrated! 197. Sanji the Cook! Proving His Merit at the Marine Dining Hall! 198. Captured Zoro! Chopper's Emergency Operations! 199. The Marine's Dragnet Closes In! The Second Member Captured! 200. Luffy and Sanji's Daring Rescue Mission! 201. Enter the Hot-Blooded Special Forces! Battle on the Bridge! 202. Breaking Through the Siege! The Going Merry Is Recovered! 203. The Pirate Ship Disappears! Fortress Battle, Round #2! 204. The Gold and Waver Recovery Operations! 205. The One Fell Swoop Plan! Jonathan's Surefire Secret Tactic!)

Product Description

The Straw Hats go from sailing on a cloud to being surrounded by Marines in this unedited twenty-seven episode collection of awesome! Lightning bolts rain from the heavens and innocent citizens run for cover as Luffy and Eneru go toe to toe to determine the fate of Skypiea. The heinous holy man has Angel Island by the throat, and Nami and Luffy must risk their lives in a desperate attempt to chase away his looming cloud of death! When the final bell rings, the Straw Hats find themselves plummeting toward the Marine stronghold of Navarone! This impenetrable island is surrounded by stone walls, and the only hope for escape is a daring dash into the freedom of the deep blue sea. The sailing certainly won't be smooth, and it'll take all hands on deck to survive this scrape!

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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One Piece Collection Eight September 27, 2012
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In One Piece Collection Eight, The battle between Luffy and God Eneru is going strong and Luffy is winning, until Eneru puts a giant ball of gold onto Luffy's arm. Eneru is looking for the golden bell of Shandora, Luffy is also looking for the bell to. But He's looking for it to prove to everyone in the blue sea, that Noland who found Shandora and the legendary city of gold isn't the greatest liar of all time. Luffy now must climb up to the top of giant Jack with the golden ball attached to his arm to get to Eneru's ship so that he can stop him from destorying Skypiea. Nami has a plan to knock over Giant Jack and drive up it using the waver to get to God Eneru. Eneru is launching his final attack. While Luffy steps in and stops the attach with one of his own amazing attack's. With one final attack Luffy punches Eneru into the golden bell and rings it, and puts an end to a 400 year war. Now the Skypieain and the Shandorain are united as one and start rebuilding there lives again. Luffy and the straw hat crew perpare to leave Skypiea an return to the blue sky. They are showed the way to cloud end.Leaving Skypiea in the hands of the sky night, the former God before God Eneru. As luck would have it the pirate crew lands in the middle of Navarone the marines stronghold. Now its a life and death struggle to escape Navarone with crew and ship intact.

Collection Eight Disc BreakDown

Disc 01
183.Maxim surfaces! Deathpiea is activated!
184.Luffy falls! Eneru's judgment and Nami's wish!
185.The two awaken! On thr front lines of the burning love rescue!
186.Capriccid for despair! The impending doom of sky island!
187.Led by a bell's sound! Tale of the warrior and the explorer!
188.Free from the spell! The great warrior sheds tears!
189.Eternal friends!
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15 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One Piece Collection Eight August 5, 2012
By Tarra
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Contains episodes 183-205, Hopefully there will be more Collections box sets in the near future.

On July 28, 2012 at Otakon, Funimation have announced they have acquired the U.S home video rights to Season 5 for release in the Summer of 2013 which will contain Episodes 264- 336, along with the Movie "One Piece Film: Strong World".

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Most Epic Tale of All Time August 22, 2013
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There are no words to describe this show except for Epic. At first I thought this show was going to be a silly kid's show with not the best animation style. After thinking this for many years, and mocking it for the always remembered 4kids version, I decided to take on the beast of an anime with 500+ episodes. Best decision I have ever made. It starts of really rocky at first, but once you reach Arlong park, the necessity to keep going urges you on. After entering the grand line the story just gets better and better. As the straw hat pirate's ship grows in experience and crew mates, my interest continues to grow. Once I reached Water 7 there was no going back. The story line that the author/mangaka, Eiichiro Oda, created is the most incredible tale I have ever heard. Not only does the world make you forget all about your own, but the story and characters make you want to leave reality and join the Mugiwara (strawhat) crew. No show or anime has ever made me feel this or at least to this extent. I have now rewatched the whole show two times all the way through and have dragged a lot of my friends into this addictive tale. They would have it no other way. Oda is a master at story telling to the point where I was crying with every character and even over the loss of a certain "nakama" I never thought I would cry over. The only other word is Brilliance. Sheer Brilliance. This show is my favorite anime of all time. I would say it is also in my favorite top 3 stories of all time, if not top 2. :) Thank you for your brilliance, Oda, and for caring about us over here, Funimation. :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Product! Annoyed with Delivery October 4, 2012
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I love One Piece. These collections are affordable, and make it very doable to buy the entire series. I waited 2 months for this to be released! The flashbacks in Skypea are some of the best parts of the series in my opinion. So the product was excellent. This goes up till the end of season 3. Episode 205.
But I was annoyed with the delivery. I pre-ordered it on August 1st. I had to update the order 2 months later so they would ship it. Then it wasn't shipped for several more days, and I just received the product now. Which isn't so bad. That's not too late. But then the plastic of the case came broken. The piece of plastic doesn't effect the way the case shuts, and the discs are fine. But I just felt for the minor hassle, that shouldn't have happened. And this was the only place I could file the complaint because I pre-ordered it so long ago, it doesn't give me the option to report a shipping issue as far as I can tell.

But all in all a great buy! One Piece is worth every penny.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Why stop at 205? January 1, 2014
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I love the series and this collection is great, except for the fact that they stopped at episode 205. The G8 filler story arc ends with episode 206, which is also the last episode before One Piece switches to widescreen format and HD broadcasts. 206 also ends well and contains nothing from the next story arc, it just doesn't make sense to end it where they did.

Again it's a great collection, but it would have been nice for them to squeeze in one more episode, now the next collection will have one non-widescreen episode and the rest widescreen.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One Piece: Collection Eight
Enjoyed collecting the seasons of One Piece. The condition of the box set is new and clean. The disks are clear and well. Nice to add to the collection.
Published 2 months ago by Feng Vang
5.0 out of 5 stars Skypeia comes to a close.
Another great edition to the "Collection" collection, this one wrapping up the Skypeia arc. You can't beat the value you get with these collection sets, featuring the same... Read more
Published 3 months ago by Kristopher L. Pyrz
5.0 out of 5 stars one piece
Great series. Lots of action. Can't wait till the 9 collection. U will get hooked on the series the first episode u watch
Published 4 months ago by Nicole Purcell
5.0 out of 5 stars The fantastic Skypiea arc comes to a beautiful close in this bargain...
The Skypiea arc came to a beautiful close in this set. The first two discs contain the last stretch of Skypiea episodes and the second two discs contain the G-8 filler arc. Read more
Published 4 months ago by Guro540
5.0 out of 5 stars This is the collection to buy
The Funimation collections are uncut and best of all, I have the choice to watch it in the original Japanese with English subs, which is my preference.
Published 5 months ago by tombollocks
5.0 out of 5 stars Great series...
I have been purchasing these DVD's slowly but surely. Would always recommend buying them.

Came quickly, no defects, as advertised, would recommend.
Published 6 months ago by Anothony
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How many episodes of this are filler?
Episodes 183-195 (discs 1&2) are the concluding 13 episodes of the Skypiea arc from the manga.
Episodes 196-205 (discs 3&4) contain the first 10 episodes of the anime-only G8 arc (which is concluded in the first episode of Season Four).
Sep 5, 2012 by Mr. C. P. Taylor |  See all 3 posts
NEED HELP!!! will the one Piece DVDs work in my Australia Blu ray player
No. You need to get a region free player. Or buy a region one player.
Dec 17, 2013 by Joe |  See all 2 posts
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