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One Piece: Season 1, Second Voyage


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The saga continues...!

As the Straw Hat Pirates find themselves in a battle between good and evil, between right and wrong, the gratitude of those involved lands Luffy with a new crewmate and a ship of his own – The Going Merry! Ready for action and adventure, the fearless buccaneers set sail… In search of a cook? But as a misplaced cannonball leads to a sea-faring stand-off, the Straw Hats might have ordered more than they can stomach… The good news: The Going Merry’s found a cook! The bad news: He has no intention of joining the crew!

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As the popular comedy-adventure One Piece continues, Monkey D. Luffy must face some immediate problems before he can pursue his dream of becoming King of the Pirates. His first obstacle is Captain Kuro of the Black Cat Pirates, who's been posing as the butler of lonely heiress Kaya. Luffy can barely contain his contempt for a captain who mistreats his crew, and uses his Gum Gum powers to clobber Kuro. He invites Usopp, the needle-nosed storyteller, to join his crew. Kaya presents Luffy with the Going Merry, a new caravel with an appropriately goofy figurehead. When a friend of Zoro's shows up suffering from scurvy, Luffy realizes a well-run pirate ship needs a cook and heads to the floating restaurant Baratie. Its proprietor is former pirate Red Foot Zeff, who spent a year sailing the Main Line--which Luffy must conquer to realize his dream. Complications arise when Commodore Don Krieg and master swordsman Hawk-Eye Mihawk arrive: Krieg wants Zeff's notes from his Main Line voyage and Mihawk wants to finish destroying Krieg's fleet. The Straw Hat Pirates find themselves caught in the middle, with no means of making a getaway, as navigator Nami steals the Going Merryto try her hand at bounty hunting. Second Voyage, which encompasses the second half of the first season of One Piece, offers more nutty adventures, bizarre characters, and slapstick comedy. The only serious storytelling occurs in flashbacks, when the viewer learns about the origin of Zoro's Three Sword Style, Usopp's unhappy boyhood, and sous-chef Sanji's bond with Zeff. (Rated TV 14: violence, tobacco and alcohol use) --Charles Solomon

(14. Luffy Back in Action! Miss Kaya's Desperate Resistance! 15. Defeat Kuro! Usopp the Man's Tear-Filled Resolve! 16. Protect Kaya! Usopp Pirates' Great Efforts! 17. Anger Explosion! Kuro vs. Luffy! How It Ends! 18. You're the Weird Creature! Gaimon and his Strange Friends! 19. The Three Sword Style's Past! Zoro and Kuina's Vow! 20. Famous Cook! Sanji of the Sea Restaurant! 21. Unwelcome Customer! Sanji's Food and Ghin's Debt! 22. The Strongest Pirate Fleet! Commodore Don Krieg! 23. Protect Baratie! The Great Pirate, Red Foot Zeff! 24. Hawk-Eye Mihawk! The Great Swordsman Zoro Falls at Sea! 25. The Deadly Foot Technique Bursts Forth! Sanji vs. The Invincible Pearl! 26. Zeff and Sanji's Dream! The Illusory All Blue!)


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  • Actors: Akemi Okamura, Hiroaki Hirata, Kappei Yamaguchi, Kazuya Nakai, Mayumi Tanaka
  • Directors: Atsuji Shimizu
  • Writers: Eiichiro Oda, Yuji Hashimoto
  • Format: NTSC, Color, Full Screen, Subtitled
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: September 23, 2008
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001C4ZQE8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,207 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "One Piece: Season 1, Second Voyage" on IMDb

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By MelzyC on July 8, 2008
Format: DVD
One Piece is back and once again saved by FUNimation Prod. The English version and cast was a blast in the First Voyage and now we have another 2 Discs Slim pack for the Second Voyage. Another 13 Episodes here we go following the same layout as First Voyage

Opening Song and Ending Songs:
We Are - Vic Mignogna
Memories - Brina Palencia

Episodes: Disc 3 [Ep: 14-19]
Luffy Back in Action! Miss Kaya's Desperate Resistance!
Defeat Kuro! Usopp's Tear-Filled Determination
Protect Kaya! Usopp Pirate Gang Takes Action
Completely Infuriated! Kuro vs. Luffy, Final Battle
You are a Strange Beast! Gaimon and his Bizarre Friends
The Past of the Three Sword Technique! The Promise Between Zoro and Kuina!
The Famous Cook! Sanji of the Floating Restaurant

Episodes: Disc 4 [Ep: 20-25]
An Unexpected Guest! Sanji's Food and Gin's Grace
The Greatest Pirate Fleet! Captain Don Krieg
Protect Baratie! The Great Pirate, Zeff the Red Leg
Hawk Eyes Mihawk! Swordsman Zoro Falls into the Sea
The Emerge of the Super Kicking Skill! Sanji vs. The Iron Wall Pearl
Zeff and Sanji's Dream! The Sea of Dreams - All Blue

A Must Have!!!! Pre-Order your copy today!!! Thanks FUNImation
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Hoyt on August 26, 2008
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Great show, great boxset, this is where it really gets goin' folks.

If you were disappointed with the lack of character development in the first box set, give this one a shot, because you are going to be learning a lot more about the characters and you will definitely start to care about them more. A new character will be introduced to the show who is an absolute riot(hes a perv to the max and his antics when he is around nami, or any woman in general will make you die laughing.) The straw hats will obtain a ship and they will actually start to look like a pirate crew. This is where the show really takes off and the addiction will start to set in(I was hooked after episode 15). Great times and great laughs await.

I always recommend watching japanese instead of english and this anime is no different, but I have to say as far as dubs go, its pretty elite. When I watch it with my girlfriend we watch it in english because she has trouble reading subtitles and I was very pleasantly surprised. So for this one its either or, but the japanese voice acting is hollywood calibre/equivalent.

Basically pick this up, fans of good anime won't be disappointed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Mercado on November 4, 2008
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Another great release from FUNimation. This set contains episodes 14-26 and continues where the end of Season One: First Voyage left off. In this set, we're introduced to the trash-talking, perverted cook Sanji and the man that is Zoro's biggest obstacle in becoming the greatest swordsman, Dracule Mihawk. We also take a look at Usopp, Zoro and Sanji's childhood and see what made them into the men they are today. Like I said in my Season One: First Voyage review, this series is definately overlooked by many anime fans and this is definately worth getting.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Lit Nerd on September 29, 2008
Format: DVD
First off, One Piece is one of my favorite anime series of all time. These next episodes truly showcase why One Piece is so wonderful. From the tragic flashbacks that make you cry like a baby to the heart-warming scenes of compassion from the characters who, unlike real pirates, want to help even the most lowly of strangers.

As usual, the Japanese voice acting is amazing. I swore I would never watch One Piece's dub....but now I find myself watching only the dub. Luffy's voice does take getting use to, especially if you love his Japanese voice. However, after a few episodes you are VERY grateful that he doesn't sound like 4kids' Luffy (who sounded like a deranged clown) anymore. So basically both language tracks are amazing and well-acted. In fact, I found myself more emotional when I watched the series in English instead of the Japanese language where I have to read subs and look at the show at the same time.

However, my biggest gripe is how Funimation is releasing the series. Why do we have to fork out $50 for 13/14 episodes?? You can buy an entire 26 episode anime series for way less than that. It doesn't help that One Piece's DVD box is made out of cheap cardboardish materials and the only extras on the set are trailers, credit-less openings and endings, and a commentary track or two. Wow. Thanks.

Definitely buy these DVDs..but if you're short on cash wait a month or two for the price to go down. Or find some coupons and buy it online like I do.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Simon on October 2, 2008
Format: DVD
This is a great continuation of the first One Piece box set. Funi once again shows that they've taken ownership of the license and produced a quality English dub with voice acting on par with much of American animation. By now, the only qualms are the lack of the original Japanese logo anywhere on the set (even as an alternate angle! Please? Just once...?) and that there's only 13 episodes. Funi's budget probably doesn't allow the release of more at a time, but you'll blow through these 13 fairly quickly. It doesn't help that by the show's long-running format, these episodes only finish up the Kuro arc from the last set and get halfway through the Don Krieg arc. At last you get the formal introduction of Sanji and Zoro's backstory along the way.

Highly recommended. The One Piece saga only gets better from here, I can't wait to see where Funi's dub goes next.
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