History Anime / OnePieceFilmZ

2nd Aug '17 9:29:07 AM totoofze47
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* BadassGrandpa: WordOfGod states Z is the strongest villain the Straw Hats have ever faced up to that point, and despite being 74, he more than lives up to that title. That huge right arm of his deals a lot of damage, [[spoiler: he's able to go up against ''Kizaru'', and even after his arm is destroyed, he still gives Luffy a hard time. He's one of the only villains, if not the only villain, who Luffy doesn't even manage to knock out. He does knock him ''down'', but Z accepts his defeat, and instead uses the last of his strength to make an awesome BolivianArmyEnding]].
5th Jul '17 3:31:48 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* GenreSavvy: The Straw Hats were cautious when they took in the unconscious Z. Chopper wasn't left alone with him and outside, Zoro and Sanji were on guard. [[spoiler: Didn't work, but points for trying.]]
26th Feb '17 11:22:45 PM gewunomox
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Oda has stated that Z was the toughest challenge the Straw Hats had ever faced at that point in time. Kizaru and Aokiji appear in the film as well. Surprisingly AvrilLavigne [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2012-10-17/u.s-singer-avril-lavigne-contributes-one-piece-film-z-themes does two of the movie's theme songs]] which are covers of Music/JoanJett's "Bad Reputation" and Music/{{Nickelback}}'s "How You Remind Me".

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Oda has stated that Z was the toughest challenge the Straw Hats had ever faced at that point in time. Kizaru and Aokiji appear in the film as well. Surprisingly AvrilLavigne Music/AvrilLavigne [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2012-10-17/u.s-singer-avril-lavigne-contributes-one-piece-film-z-themes does two of the movie's theme songs]] which are covers of Music/JoanJett's "Bad Reputation" and Music/{{Nickelback}}'s "How You Remind Me".
17th Jan '17 12:43:47 PM Silverblade2
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* {{Badass}}: Z. WordOfGod states he's the strongest villain the Straw Hats have ever faced up to that point.
** And he more than lives up to that title. That huge right arm of his deals a lot of damage, [[spoiler: he's able to go up against ''Kizaru'', and even after his arm is destroyed, he still gives Luffy a hard time. He's one of the only villains, if not the only villain, who Luffy doesn't even manage to knock out. He does knock him ''down'', but Z accepts his defeat, and instead uses the last of his strength to make an awesome BolivianArmyEnding]].
12th Jan '17 3:18:24 AM MarkLungo
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Oda has stated that Z was the toughest challenge the Straw Hats had ever faced at that point in time. Kizaru and Aokiji appear in the film as well. Surprisingly AvrilLavigne [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2012-10-17/u.s-singer-avril-lavigne-contributes-one-piece-film-z-themes does two of the movie's theme songs]] which are covers of Joan Jett's "Bad Reputation" and {{Nickelback}}'s "How You Remind Me".

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Oda has stated that Z was the toughest challenge the Straw Hats had ever faced at that point in time. Kizaru and Aokiji appear in the film as well. Surprisingly AvrilLavigne [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2012-10-17/u.s-singer-avril-lavigne-contributes-one-piece-film-z-themes does two of the movie's theme songs]] which are covers of Joan Jett's Music/JoanJett's "Bad Reputation" and {{Nickelback}}'s Music/{{Nickelback}}'s "How You Remind Me".



The movie was released in France on May 15th, 2013 (Dubbed in French, of course), and in Germany on November 29th, 2013 (this time, in German). In April 2014, [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/04/07-1/funimation-acquires-home-video-rights-for-one-piece-film-z Funimation announced an official U.S. release,]] which came to pass on September 30, 2014, making it the third One Piece film (behind ''Episode of Alabasta'' and ''Strong World'') to be released in English. [[http://youtu.be/D3plVIITv2Q Here's a trailer for the English dub.]] The English dub came complete with the Avril Lavinge covers.[[note]]May not sound like a big deal. But the previous major film, ''Strong World'' had to omit the theme, "Fanfare", due to Mr. Children not relenting the rights to it. It's likely this was allowed since Avril is a native to the U.S and thus likely to attract more of a English-speaking audience.[[/note]].

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The movie was released in France on May 15th, 2013 (Dubbed in French, of course), and in Germany on November 29th, 2013 (this time, in German). In April 2014, [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/04/07-1/funimation-acquires-home-video-rights-for-one-piece-film-z Funimation announced an official U.S. release,]] which came to pass on September 30, 2014, making it the third One Piece film (behind ''Episode of Alabasta'' and ''Strong World'') ''Anime/OnePieceFilmStrongWorld'') to be released in English. [[http://youtu.be/D3plVIITv2Q Here's a trailer for the English dub.]] The English dub came complete with the Avril Lavinge covers.[[note]]May not sound like a big deal. But the previous major film, ''Strong World'' had to omit the theme, "Fanfare", due to Mr. Children not relenting the rights to it. It's likely this was allowed since Avril is a native to the U.S and thus likely to attract more of a English-speaking audience.[[/note]].
12th Jan '17 1:28:45 AM drac0blade
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* CueTheSun: After Luffy regains his resolve from his second defeat and vows to beat Z no matter way. The sun breaks through the stormy clouds.

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* CueTheSun: After Luffy regains his resolve from his second defeat and vows to beat Z no matter way.what. The sun breaks through the stormy clouds.
12th Jan '17 12:26:56 AM drac0blade
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* AntagonistTitle

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* AntagonistTitleAntagonistTitle: The titular Z.
12th Jan '17 12:26:17 AM drac0blade
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The movie was released in France on May 15th, 2013 (Dubbed in French, of course), and in Germany on November 29th, 2013 (this time, in German). In April 2014, [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/04/07-1/funimation-acquires-home-video-rights-for-one-piece-film-z Funimation announced an official U.S. release,]] which came to pass on September 30, 2014, making it the third One Piece film (behind ''Episode of Alabasta'' and ''Strong World'') to be released in English. [[http://youtu.be/D3plVIITv2Q Here's a trailer for the English dub.]] The English dub film came complete with the Avril Lavinge covers.[[note]]May not sound like a big deal. But the previous major film, ''Strong World'' had to omit the theme, "Fanfare", due to Mr. Children not relenting the rights to it. It's likely this was allowed since Avril is a native to the U.S and thus likely to attract more of a English-speaking audience.[[/note]].

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The movie was released in France on May 15th, 2013 (Dubbed in French, of course), and in Germany on November 29th, 2013 (this time, in German). In April 2014, [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/04/07-1/funimation-acquires-home-video-rights-for-one-piece-film-z Funimation announced an official U.S. release,]] which came to pass on September 30, 2014, making it the third One Piece film (behind ''Episode of Alabasta'' and ''Strong World'') to be released in English. [[http://youtu.be/D3plVIITv2Q Here's a trailer for the English dub.]] The English dub film came complete with the Avril Lavinge covers.[[note]]May not sound like a big deal. But the previous major film, ''Strong World'' had to omit the theme, "Fanfare", due to Mr. Children not relenting the rights to it. It's likely this was allowed since Avril is a native to the U.S and thus likely to attract more of a English-speaking audience.[[/note]].
12th Jan '17 12:25:30 AM drac0blade
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Oda has stated Z's the toughest challenge they'll have faced so far and added that Kizaru and Aokiji appear in the film as well. Surprisingly AvrilLavigne [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2012-10-17/u.s-singer-avril-lavigne-contributes-one-piece-film-z-themes does two of the movie's theme songs]] which are covers of Joan Jett's "Bad Reputation" and {{Nickelback}}'s "How You Remind Me".

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Oda has stated Z's that Z was the toughest challenge they'll have the Straw Hats had ever faced so far and added at that point in time. Kizaru and Aokiji appear in the film as well. Surprisingly AvrilLavigne [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2012-10-17/u.s-singer-avril-lavigne-contributes-one-piece-film-z-themes does two of the movie's theme songs]] which are covers of Joan Jett's "Bad Reputation" and {{Nickelback}}'s "How You Remind Me".



The movie was released in France on May 15th, 2013 (Dubbed in French, of course), and in Germany on November 29th, 2013 (this time, in German). In April 2014, [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/04/07-1/funimation-acquires-home-video-rights-for-one-piece-film-z Funimation announced they had gotten the rights to dub it and plan to release the movie sometime in the Fall]], complete with the Avril Lavinge covers.[[note]]May not sound like a big deal. But the previous major film, ''Strong World'' had to omit the theme, "Fanfare", due to Mr. Children not relenting the rights to it. It's likely this was allowed since Avril is a native to the U.S and thus likely to attract more of a English-speaking audience.[[/note]].

It eventually released in the U.S on September 30, 2014, making it the third One Piece film (behind ''Episode of Alabasta'' and ''Strong World'') to be released in English. [[http://youtu.be/D3plVIITv2Q Here's a trailer for the English dub.]]

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The movie was released in France on May 15th, 2013 (Dubbed in French, of course), and in Germany on November 29th, 2013 (this time, in German). In April 2014, [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/04/07-1/funimation-acquires-home-video-rights-for-one-piece-film-z Funimation announced they had gotten an official U.S. release,]] which came to pass on September 30, 2014, making it the rights third One Piece film (behind ''Episode of Alabasta'' and ''Strong World'') to be released in English. [[http://youtu.be/D3plVIITv2Q Here's a trailer for the English dub.]] The English dub it and plan to release the movie sometime in the Fall]], film came complete with the Avril Lavinge covers.[[note]]May not sound like a big deal. But the previous major film, ''Strong World'' had to omit the theme, "Fanfare", due to Mr. Children not relenting the rights to it. It's likely this was allowed since Avril is a native to the U.S and thus likely to attract more of a English-speaking audience.[[/note]].

It eventually released in the U.S on September 30, 2014, making it the third One Piece film (behind ''Episode of Alabasta'' and ''Strong World'') to be released in English. [[http://youtu.be/D3plVIITv2Q Here's a trailer for the English dub.]]
[[/note]].
25th Jul '16 1:04:51 PM Willbyr
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* {{Deconstruction}}: The final battle between Luffy and Z. [[spoiler:Instead of being decided through raw strength, the fight came to a stalemate with the two using their Haki-enhanced fists after exhausting each other after a PunchParry, with Luffy winning, not with a powerful technique, but only after just barely being able to hit Z in the torso at the climax. The whole thing is very brutal in that, unlike the other fights in OnePiece, the two combatants are on their last legs, and are equally getting injured throughout the whole fight.]]

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* {{Deconstruction}}: The final battle between Luffy and Z. [[spoiler:Instead of being decided through raw strength, the fight came to a stalemate with the two using their Haki-enhanced fists after exhausting each other after a PunchParry, with Luffy winning, not with a powerful technique, but only after just barely being able to hit Z in the torso at the climax. The whole thing is very brutal in that, unlike the other fights in OnePiece, ''Franchise/OnePiece'', the two combatants are on their last legs, and are equally getting injured throughout the whole fight.]]
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