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One Piece: Season 4, Voyage Two

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Monkey D. Luffy is a boy with big dreams. This daring rubber-man refuses to let anyone or anything stand in the way of his quest to become king of all pirates. With a course charted for the treacherous waters of the Grand Line, Luffy strikes out in search of a crew - and a boat. Along the way he'll do battle with scallywag clowns, fishy foes, and an entire fleet of marines eager to see him walk the plank. The stakes are high, but with each adventure, Luffy adds a new friend to his gang of Straw Hat Pirates! Like his hero Gold Roger, this is one captain who'll never drop anchor until he's claimed the greatest treasure on Earth - the Legendary One Piece!

Wearing an incongruous Afro wig, Luffy dukes it out with the captain of the Foxy Pirates as this collection of One Piece begins. His victory frees Robin and Chopper from the Foxies--along with 497 crew members who had been shanghaied onto their ship. Technically, they're members of the Straw Hats now, but Luffy dismisses them. The Going Merry makes landfall on a tiny island where a mysterious seahorse-like creature steals everyone's memories except Robin's. The rest of the crew retain only souvenirs from early childhood, and a series of mini-flashbacks shows the familiar characters as children. No sooner does Luffy use his Gum-Gum powers to resolve this crisis then the Foxies reappear, as annoying as ever. But Luffy and his friends come up against a much more formidable foe in Admiral Aokiji, one of the three most powerful Marines in the world. Aokiji knows Robin from earlier times and warns Luffy that she's far more dangerous than he realizes. The Admiral's ability to freeze anything he touches makes him impossible to defeat--only his sense of honor keeps him from eliminating Robin, Luffy, and the rest of the Straw Hats. Obviously viewers will see more of him as this storyline develops. The Going Merry is badly in need of repairs, so it's fortunate that the Straw Hats find their way to Water Seven, a.k.a. Water City, the home of the world's greatest shipwrights. In Japan, the beginning of this new adventure marked the start of season eight of One Piece. The designers clearly had fun creating Water City, a fantastic metropolis that suggests a combination of Renaissance Venice, a waterslide park, and a giant fountain. (Rated TV 14: cartoon violence, violence against women, minor risqué humor, alcohol and tobacco use) --Charles Solomon

(218. Full Throttle Noro Noro Beam vs. The Invulnerable Luffy, 219. Fierce Fighting Combat! The Decisive Ending! 220. You Lost Your Memory? It Was Taken Away? Who Are You? 221. The Mysterious Boy with the Whistle and Robin's Guess! 222. Get Back the Memories! Landing on the Island of Pirates, 223. Zoro Sharpens His Fangs! A Fight with a Wild Animal! 224. The Memory Thief's Final Counterattack Shows His True Nature! 225. The Man of Incredible Pride! Foxy the Silver Fox! 226. The Unbeatable Power Draws Near? A Very Dangerous Man! 227. Marine High Admiral Aokiji! The Threat of the Greatest Battle Power, 228. Rubber and Ice One-on-One Fight! Luffy vs. Aokiji! 229. The Running Sea Train and the Water Capital, Water Seven)

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  • Actors: Colleen Clinkenbeard, Luci Christian, Christopher Sabat, Sonny Strait, Eric Vale
  • Directors: Konosuke Uda
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: October 30, 2012
  • Run Time: 350 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008NGDU28
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,301 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By ~Warren Peace on September 24, 2012
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Just decided to throw out there that this is going to be something you are going to want to get your hands on!
The set includes:

~The Conclusion to the "Davy Back Fight" Mini Arc
~The Full "Ocean's Dream" Mini Arc
~The Full "Foxy's Return" Mini Arc
~The First Episode of the "Water 7" Colossal Arc

*WARNING* to anyone reading the Amazon information and feeling a little concerned. The set contains just as many episodes as the last one (so 1 DVD is pretty inconceivable. It'll be 2.)

If you've been a fan up to this point, thought of being a fan, never heard of One Piece, or if your brain functions better than a domesticated rabbit: GET THIS SET. Trust me, the Water 7/Enies Lobby Arcs are going to be "SUUUUUUPEEEEERRRR!!!!!!"
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Steven R. Peck on August 27, 2012
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I've become aware that many people have complained about the length of my One Piece reviews and that they contain way too many spoilers, so I hope that this "shorter than usual for me" review will be more to their liking.

Once again, we have a One Piece DVD that is mostly filler, but it should contain enough to satisfy rabid OP fans like me. The first two episodes, of course, are not filler but continue with the final showdown between Luffy and Foxy. It starts as a straight on boxing match but Foxy, ever the trickster, leads Luffy through a hall of mirrors, attacks him with a "gorilla puncher" machine (apparently this is a popular carnival game in Japan), and finally traps him on the deck of his ship where he has slowed down about 50 cannon balls and timed them to resume their normal speed once Luffy is in the crossfire. Apparently someone forgot to tell Foxy that Luffy is immune to cannon balls. Gum Gum Balloon!

After Luffy gets Robin and Chopper back from Foxy and Tonjit moves on to the next island to find his family, the Straw Hats take a well deserved rest (except for Robin who stays up to read). Unfortunately, when everybody wakes up again, they've lost all memory of the times since they met one another. Zoro runs off to find bounty heads (like he did before he met Luffy) but the rest agree to band together to find who (or what) stole their memories. Fun fact: this 5 episode segment is actually based on a One Piece video game that I believe was not sold in the U.S.

In the next two episodes, the Straw Hats run into Foxy again, who has now been expelled from his own ship in a power struggle with Kiba (the former Fanged Toad Pirate captain). The Straw Hats help Foxy to get his ship and crew back, but soon find out that perhaps this wasn't such a good idea.
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And so One Piece heads off to the epic, amazing, fan-favourite Water 7 arc... Right after some more filler.

The set starts off with the concluding two episodes of the Luffy V Foxy fight and the conclusion of the Davy Back Fight. The fight is mostly played for laughs and does so very well, playing off the story's running gags and being typically ridiculous. The sub-plot's resolution has a case of deus-ex-machina but given the established off the wall setting the episode just gets away with it.

The next five episodes pit the Straw Hats against a villain who has stolen their memories. This arc has a great set up, and I found the interactions between the memoryless Straw Hats and the actions they take towards each other funny and at times genuinely interesting. The villain of the storyline is an intentional joke (though not a greatly executed one), but the main flaw of the arc is the pacing; the story didn't need 5 episodes and felt unnecessarily padded. Still, there are some nice scenes and ideas here. The arc's execution is flawed, but it's still worth watching.

This is followed by the two-episode return of Foxy. This essentially repeats the Foxy v Luffy fight, but with more of the Straw Hats joining in; it's more of the same silly fighting and just as funny as before. The final three episodes return to manga-adapted material with the introduction of Aokiji, which jolts the tone into being much more serious and emotional, just in time for the arrival at Water 7...

In terms of DVD presentation you'll know what to expect: the 24fps 16:9 video is near flawless, with sharp outlines and vivid colors, with a small hint of mosquito noise during fast movement being the only flaw, and that's just due to the limitations of the format.
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Given the majority of filler in this volume I was planning on skipping it. The low price however, made me give in to the One Piece spirit. Many of you know that the Foxy arc is the most disappointing of all canon storylines but the final two episodes in this volume are essential to the the next arc. Because of this, I had to make a choice between purchasing Collection 9 or the individual volumes. Collection 9 was the cheapest I have ever seen collections sell for new, and the cover art was so boring it made me pass on the deal. So I made up my mind to buy the 2 voyages for 5 each, luckily I did. I've had the pleasure of witnessing (and sometimes purchasing) all voyages for under $5 bucks on amazon with their wonderful free shipping. But its a rare opportunity that doesn't come around very often. So my fellow nakama, decide who you will be, a patient bargain hunter, or an impulsive bastard. Good luck!
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