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One Piece: Season 1, Third Voyage

4.9 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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Battle on the high seas!

Luffy’s encounter with the scallywag pirate commander Don Krieg reaches an explosive climax, and master chef Sanji joins the Straw Hats with dreams of exotic seafood spurring him onward. As the gang sets sail, they soon encounter underwater oddities that won’t end up on a plate without a devil of a scuffle. Ferocious on land and downright deadly in the water, fishman Arlong is a ruthless money-grubber if ever there was one. His cruel betrayal of Nami prompts a spirited attack by Luffy, but the fishy pirate quickly has the rubber-man headed for Davy Jones’ Locker!

Third Voyage contains episodes 27-39.

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At this point in the popular comedy-adventure One Piece, Monkey D. Luffy, who's been reduced to a gofer ("Chore Boy!") at a floating restaurant, has to take out Don Krieg and his henchmen before he can continue on his quest to become King of the Pirates. Using his Gum-Gum powers to dispose of the Krieg Pirates, he takes Sanji the cook and super-swordsman Zoro to find Nami. Luffy doesn't care that she stole their ship Going Merry, but she's a friend, and he never abandons a friend. At Nami's childhood home of Cocoyashi Village, Luffy rejoins Usopp, Johnny and Yusaku. He also meets his weirdest foes to date: The Fishmen, under the command of Arlong the Pirate, who has a nose like a sawfish's beak. Arlong and his crew have turned the entire island into a hideout and ruthlessly exploited the people. Nami's painful past as an orphan on the island is related in horrifing detail--her story has a much harsher tone than any of the previous adventures in One Piece. Arlong's cruelty appalls Luffy, who launches an all-out attack on the misshapen band with Zoro and Sanji providing back-up. The villagers believe the assault is hopeless: they don't realize that Luffy has the same indomitable spirit that makes more conventional anime heroes invincible. Although the set ends on a cliff-hanger, fans know Luffy always triumphs in the end. (Rated TV 14: violence, violence against women, profanity, risqué humor, tobacco and alcohol use) --Charles Solomon

(27. The Cool-Headed, Cold-Hearted Demon! Pirate Fleet Cheif Commander Ghin! 28. I Won't Die! Fierce Battle, Luffy vs. Krieg! 29. The Conclusion of the Deadly Battle! A Spear of Blind Determination! 30. Set Sail! The Seafaring Cook Sets Off with Luffy! 31. The Worst Man in the Eastern Seas! Fishman Pirate Arlong! 32. Witch of Cocoyashi Village! Arlong's Female Leader! 33. Usopp's Dead?! When Is Luffy Going to Make Landfall?! 34. Everyone's Gathered! Usopp Speaks the Truth About Nami! 35. Untold Past! Female Warrior Bellemere! 36. Survive! Mother Bellemere and Nami's Bond! 37. Luffy Rises! Result of the Broken Promises! 38. Luffy in Big Trouble! Fishmen Vs. The Luffy Pirates! 39. Luffy Submerged! Zoro vs. Hatchan the Octopus!


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Product Details

  • Actors: Tony Beck, Laurent Vernin, Mayumi Tanaka, Kazuya Nakai, Akemi Okamura
  • Writers: Eiichiro Oda
  • Format: NTSC, Color, Full Screen, Subtitled
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: January 20, 2009
  • Run Time: 320 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001K98M5U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,875 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "One Piece: Season 1, Third Voyage" on IMDb

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By M. Lam on January 24, 2009
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Kudos to Funimation for releasing the uncut series of One Piece DVDs! Gone are the crappy voices and lollipops from the US TV release. If you want to go authentic, by all means the Japanese audio track is great. But the English dub is done really well, too. This is just anime done right.

I've already read the manga series in Shonen Jump, so I knew what to expect, but the performances in this Third Voyage DVD set are just amazing. Sanji is way cooler than I had given him credit for. And during some of the Nami backstory sequences I even cried a bit. ^_^

There are some very emotionally powerful moments in this series, and the animation, story, and voice acting dos a fantastic job drawing it out. I'm so glad that this has been right for the English speaking anime viewing audience, and eagerly look forward to the next volume.

BTW, in terms of extra features, Funimation includes the marathon mode that I believe they started with Dragonball Z. Basically, if you pick this mode it skips playing the intro, ending, previews, and last episode recaps, essentially streaming all the episodes together into one big show. It's a cool feature, but I really enjoy the intro and ending songs, so I generally watch the normal mode. Also included are textless intros and endings (so you can fully view the animation without text blocking the view).
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Part three of Funimation's much beloved redub of One Piece. It's not that crappy Saturday morning version, I assure you. Uncut and unedited the way it's supposed to be.

For this stretch of episodes, it's nonstop action. We get the conclusion of the Baratie Arc and jump straight into the Arlong Arc. The two main villains appearing in these episodes are Don Krieg and Arlong. Sanji officially join the crew, and we get to look at Nami's backstory. One Piece really hits it's stride with these episodes, and there's nary a fluff episode in sight.

Special mention should go for episodes 35 and 36, Nami's backstory. I was concerned that the dub would lose the emotional weight of the story, but I was pleasantly surprised when the english VA for Nami managed to bring the right emotional sting to the role.

And don't foget to watch the commentary, you're paying for it, after all.
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the anime one piece is one of the best around, in this volume another aspect comes into play "Betrayal" as the strawhat crew continues to grow it is unwillingly betrayed by one of its own as Nami continues her venture to collect enough money to buy back her village from the nefarious fishman pirate Arlong
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I've always considered, 13 episodes sets super expensive when you know that collected editions are on the way. They are obviously meant for those with very little impulse control or those with money to throw around. However, personally knowing the greatness this show exudes, it's hard to assign blame. Luckily prices are going down,(under $10) so get them while you can... otherwise I will!
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By Rose on January 1, 2014
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Again, this is a series that is very unique. It has comedy, drama, action, adventure, etc. It's an endearing and quite popular anime title but that's because there's something in it that everyone can enjoy. Only complaint? It's a really long series so don't try to view it all in one sitting. Take it slow and enjoy it!
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It was really awesome and everything was really excellent. I hope they make alot more.
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I had bought this after already feverishly getting 1 and 2. It is amazing! I love One Piece, and was very disgusted with what 4Kids did to it.

Funimation does a simply FANTASTIC job with their Uncut One Piece. Nami's voice actor has some extremely intense scenes in this set, and executes them all perfectly.

Even if you watch the Japanese Version of One Piece (Which I still do, as well as read the manga), you will love these box sets! And I can't wait for the next one to come out!

Funimaiton, excellent job!
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One Piece is the #1 manga in Japan for a reason: it is simply phenomenol. Funimation continues to do the excellent story justice with superb voice acting and leaving everythng uncut. This DVD provides the Arlong Arc of the series, and this is where the series truly becomes excellent. Emotion, action, and superb storytelling fill this series of episodes. If you have had any doubts about One Piece, this DVD set will change your mind.
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