One Piece: Season 4, Voyage Four
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(242. The Signal Is the Bombardment! CP9 Made Its Move, 243. CP9 Unmasked! Their Shocking True Identities, 244. The Secret Bondage! Iceberg and Franky, 245. Come Back, Robin! Battle with CP9, 246. Annihilation of the Strawhat Pirates? Threat of Model Leopard! 247. The Man Who Loves His Ship! Usopp's Tears! 248. Franky's Past! The Day the Sea Train Moves, 249. Spandam's Conspiracy! The Day the Sea Train Trembled, 250. The Last Moments of a Legendary Man! The Day the Sea Train Grieved, 251. The Truth Behind the Betrayal! Robin's Sorrowful Decision! 252. The Crew-Separating Steam Whistle! The Sea Train Begins to Run)
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P.S. this is the only voyage without Luffy on the Front cover
Warning below will contain spoilers about this specific DVD. If you wish to keep the contents of this DVDs adventure a secret then do not read below. If you do not care then have at it.
In this DVD One Piece: Season 4, Voyage 5 CP9 is about to make it's move. What are they after, and can Luffy find Robin? This DVD will also reveal the past of Iceberg and Franky. For you One Piece fans, watch and enjoy.
With two crew members down, the Straw Hats open this batch of episodes by fighting the shipwrights and confronting Robin and the mysterious CP9, which involves hack-and-slashing their way through generic crowds rather than any elaborated or two-sided fights. The meat of disc one is essentially the explanation of who CP9 are and what exactly they're doing, so the first half of these episodes is less action-packed and more talky and exposition-based. That's not a criticism by any any means, as this set-up provides vital backstory and motivation for the rest of the CP9 story arc, but if you're expecting an epic fight scene to erupt then you'll have to be a little more patient (don't worry, it'll be worth the wait!). Also, the first few episodes do pull off a plot twist that legitimately didn't expect when a first watched the episodes, so it's a same that FUNi spoils this revilation on the trailer! If you haven't seen FUNi's trailer for this set, don't! (thankfully the box art itself doesn't spoil anything).
Disc two opens with a three-part side-story flashbacking to Franky's backstory and the history of the sea train, which makes a nice change from watching the Straw Hats lose friends and get pummeled! Mind you, this is a One Piece backstory so don't expect it to have a particularly uplifting ending. As well as being a welcome change of pace, this also marks Franky's gradual change into becoming a less villainous character and after these episode you actually feel a lot more empathetic towards Franky.Read more ›
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Awesome. Great did set can't wait to watch the series. Every one should watch this series and enjoy the excitementPublished on January 24, 2014 by Pen Name
all was great and loved the series. I would just like more series on there since im a great one piece fan but all in all im satisfied.Published on October 10, 2013 by Jeremy Davis
I am so happy for this purchase. It came super fast and with no damage at all. It was if I walked into a store and bought it off the shelf, but it was in a bit better than some you... Read morePublished on October 2, 2013 by Kayla
its came in good condition with no problem it is an excellent anime and it was amazing to watch and seePublished on September 16, 2013 by Mitchell
Love,love,live it!!! Got here on time and i was very impressed! Now i sadly need to sell them so i can buy the next seasonPublished on September 13, 2013 by Pen Name
My son collects these. We pre-order and watch them and then wait for the next. It gives him something to look forward toPublished on July 20, 2013 by christine c. marchand
Water 7 and Enies Lobby arch, should be enough said. One of the best parts of the series. Very happy with product.Published on June 29, 2013 by Brittany
the move is good. have the to play the move on the ps3 or dvd. do a good job on timePublished on June 15, 2013 by joshua duvall
We love this series!!! I recommend it to anyone 12 and older. It is humorous and always unpredictable with very unusual characters.Published on June 5, 2013 by Mama Jo