History Manga / OnePiece

24th Nov '17 1:35:32 AM gjjones
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* Due to its [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters humongous cast]], the series has '''''[[UpToEleven TWENTY-EIGHT]]''''' character sheets. Please move any character tropes to the proper [[Characters/OnePiece pages]]. If there is a character in the index, it must be somewhere.

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* Due to its [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters humongous cast]], the series has '''''[[UpToEleven TWENTY-EIGHT]]''''' character sheets. Please move any character tropes to the proper [[Characters/OnePiece pages]]. If there is a character in the index, it ''One Piece'' character, they must be in that index somewhere.
24th Nov '17 1:32:16 AM gjjones
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* Due to its [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters humongous cast]], the series has '''''[[UpToEleven TWENTY-EIGHT]]''''' character sheets and all character tropes should go on there. [[Characters/OnePiece Here's the index.]]

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* Due to its [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters humongous cast]], the series has '''''[[UpToEleven TWENTY-EIGHT]]''''' character sheets and all sheets. Please move any character tropes should go on there. to the proper [[Characters/OnePiece Here's pages]]. If there is a character in the index.]]index, it must be somewhere.



* And now [[Recap/OnePiece its own recap page for the manga,]] and tropes from specific chapters, episodes and arcs should go there.

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* And now [[Recap/OnePiece its own recap page for the manga,]] and manga]]; please move any tropes from specific chapters, episodes and arcs should go there.to that page.
23rd Nov '17 6:11:04 AM MarcoPolo250
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Welcome to one of the contenders included in the group called the [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Big]] [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Three]], and the only one left to have [[LongRunner not yet reached its epilogue]]. ''One Piece'' began as a manga series written by Creator/EiichiroOda since 1997 and in 1999, it was adapted into an ongoing popular anime series produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation. The story chronicles the adventures of '''[[TheHero Monkey]] [[SecretLegacy D.]] [[IdiotHero Luffy]]''', an ambitious yet kind and rather dense young man who has eaten the Gum-Gum Fruit (''Gomu Gomu no Mi''), turning him into a RubberMan. He dreams of following in the footsteps of his childhood hero, Captain "Red-Haired" Shanks, by becoming a great pirate. In fact, he plans to find the One Piece and become the new "Pirate King".

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Welcome to one of the contenders included in the group called the [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Big]] [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Three]], and the only one left to have [[LongRunner not yet reached its epilogue]].

''One Piece'' began as a manga series written by Creator/EiichiroOda since 1997 and in 1999, it was adapted into an ongoing popular anime series produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation. The story chronicles the adventures of '''[[TheHero Monkey]] [[SecretLegacy D.]] [[IdiotHero Luffy]]''', an ambitious yet kind and rather dense young man who has eaten the Gum-Gum Fruit (''Gomu Gomu no Mi''), turning him into a RubberMan. He dreams of following in the footsteps of his childhood hero, Captain "Red-Haired" Shanks, by becoming a great pirate. In fact, he plans to find the One Piece and become the new "Pirate King".



While the anime has a troubled distribution history in America, it returned to U.S. airwaves as of May 18, 2013 via Creator/AdultSwim on their Creator/{{Toonami}} programming block, and is also streaming on Creator/VIZMedia's Creator/NeonAlley service. Creator/{{Funimation}} has the episodes they acquired on their website available for members to stream, with only episodes 1 through 205 dubbed, probably because they want people to watch the dubbed episodes 206 onward on Toonami instead. Unfortunately for television viewers, Toonami decided to drop the hammer on the series on March 18, 2017 citing a "variety of reasons". Nonetheless, [=FUNimation=]'s English dub, now past episode 500 on DVD, has become one of the longest anime dubs in history.

But wait, there's more. Seems Hollywood has finally taken an interest in the series as, to coincide with [[MilestoneCelebration the 20th anniversary of the franchise]] on July 21, 2017, it was announced that ''One Piece'' would be getting a [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-21/one-piece-manga-gets-live-action-hollywood-tv-show/.119132 live-action television series]] from Tomorrow Studios (the same ones producing the ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' live-action series). Details are still scarce as to when the show will be coming (or even what channel or streaming service it will be on) or who will be playing what part at the moment, although it will be co-executive produced by Oda, along with Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements.

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While the anime has a troubled distribution history in America, it returned to U.S. airwaves as of from May 18, 2013 to March 18, 2017 via Creator/AdultSwim on their Creator/{{Toonami}} programming block, on Creator/AdultSwim [[note]] Unfortunately, Adult swim dropped the series citing a "variety of reasons" [[/note]]. Creator/{{Funimation}}'s English dub, which has covered 500 episodes and is counting, has become one of [[LongRunner the longest anime dubs in history]]. At the time, the show was also streaming on Creator/VIZMedia's Creator/NeonAlley service. Creator/{{Funimation}} has service, and Funimation had the episodes they acquired on their website available for members to stream, with only episodes 1 through 205 dubbed, probably because they want people to watch the dubbed episodes 206 onward on Toonami instead. Unfortunately for television viewers, Toonami decided to drop the hammer on the series on March 18, 2017 citing a "variety of reasons". Nonetheless, [=FUNimation=]'s English dub, now past episode 500 on DVD, has become one of the longest anime dubs in history.

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But wait, there's more. Seems It seems that Hollywood has finally taken an interest in the series as, to coincide with [[MilestoneCelebration the 20th anniversary of the franchise]] on July 21, 2017, it was announced that ''One Piece'' would be getting a [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-21/one-piece-manga-gets-live-action-hollywood-tv-show/.119132 live-action television series]] from Tomorrow Studios (the same ones producing the ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' live-action series). Details are still scarce as to when the show will be coming (or even what channel or streaming service it will be on) or who will be playing what part at the moment, although it will be co-executive produced by Oda, along with Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements.
15th Nov '17 2:53:40 AM LeonardoRegulus
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[[caption-width-right:320:We GO! [[labelnote:Characters]]Center front: [[IdiotHero Monkey]] [[TheDitz D.]] [[LightningBruiser Luffy]]. In back, from left to right: [[FieryRedhead Nami]], [[TheLancer Roronoa]] [[BloodKnight Zoro]], [[{{Cyborg}} Franky]], [[MusicalSkeleton Brook]], [[CombatMedic Tony]] [[GeniusSweetTooth Tony]] [[GeniusDitz Chopper]], [[ChefOfIron Sanji]], [[BadassBookworm Nico]] [[AdventurerArchaeologist Robin]], [[CowardlyLion Usopp]].[[/labelnote]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:320:We GO! [[labelnote:Characters]]Center front: [[IdiotHero Monkey]] [[TheDitz [[SecretLegacy D.]] [[LightningBruiser Luffy]]. In the back, from left to right: [[FieryRedhead Nami]], [[TheLancer Roronoa]] [[BloodKnight Zoro]], [[{{Cyborg}} Franky]], [[MusicalSkeleton [[SkeletalMusician Brook]], [[CombatMedic Tony]] [[GeniusSweetTooth Tony]] [[GeniusDitz Chopper]], [[ChefOfIron Sanji]], [[BadassBookworm Nico]] [[AdventurerArchaeologist Robin]], [[CowardlyLion Usopp]].[[/labelnote]]]]
15th Nov '17 2:26:53 AM LeonardoRegulus
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[[caption-width-right:320:We GO! [[labelnote:Characters]]Center front: [[IdiotHero Monkey]] [[TheDitz D.]] [[LightningBruiser Luffy]]. In back, from left to right: [[FieryRedhead Nami]], [[TheLancer Roronoa]] [[BloodKnight Zoro]], [[{{Cyborg}} Franky]], [[DemBones Brook]], [[CombatMedic Tony]] [[GeniusSweetTooth Tony]] [[GeniusDitz Chopper]], [[ChefOfIron Sanji]], [[BadassBookworm Nico]] [[AdventurerArchaeologist Robin]], [[CowardlyLion Usopp]].[[/labelnote]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:320:We GO! [[labelnote:Characters]]Center front: [[IdiotHero Monkey]] [[TheDitz D.]] [[LightningBruiser Luffy]]. In back, from left to right: [[FieryRedhead Nami]], [[TheLancer Roronoa]] [[BloodKnight Zoro]], [[{{Cyborg}} Franky]], [[DemBones [[MusicalSkeleton Brook]], [[CombatMedic Tony]] [[GeniusSweetTooth Tony]] [[GeniusDitz Chopper]], [[ChefOfIron Sanji]], [[BadassBookworm Nico]] [[AdventurerArchaeologist Robin]], [[CowardlyLion Usopp]].[[/labelnote]]]]
6th Nov '17 4:13:06 PM Sniccups
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* Due to its [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters humongous cast]], the series has ''EIGHTEEN'' character sheets and all character tropes should go on there. [[Characters/OnePiece Here's the index.]]

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* Due to its [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters humongous cast]], the series has ''EIGHTEEN'' '''''[[UpToEleven TWENTY-EIGHT]]''''' character sheets and all character tropes should go on there. [[Characters/OnePiece Here's the index.]]
2nd Oct '17 8:15:08 PM TheTropper
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While the anime has a troubled distribution history in America, it returned to U.S. airwaves as of May 18 2013 via Creator/AdultSwim on their Creator/{{Toonami}} programming block, and is also streaming on Creator/VIZMedia's Creator/NeonAlley service. Creator/{{Funimation}} has the episodes they acquired on their website available for members to stream, with only episodes 1 through 205 dubbed, probably because they want people to watch the dubbed episodes 206 onward on Toonami instead. Unfortunately for television viewers, Toonami decided to drop the hammer on the series on March 18, 2017 citing a "variety of reasons". Nonetheless, [=FUNimation=]'s English dub, now past episode 500 on DVD, has become one of the longest anime dubs in history.

to:

While the anime has a troubled distribution history in America, it returned to U.S. airwaves as of May 18 18, 2013 via Creator/AdultSwim on their Creator/{{Toonami}} programming block, and is also streaming on Creator/VIZMedia's Creator/NeonAlley service. Creator/{{Funimation}} has the episodes they acquired on their website available for members to stream, with only episodes 1 through 205 dubbed, probably because they want people to watch the dubbed episodes 206 onward on Toonami instead. Unfortunately for television viewers, Toonami decided to drop the hammer on the series on March 18, 2017 citing a "variety of reasons". Nonetheless, [=FUNimation=]'s English dub, now past episode 500 on DVD, has become one of the longest anime dubs in history.
10th Sep '17 2:05:03 PM nombretomado
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While the anime has a troubled distribution history in America, it returned to U.S. airwaves as of May 18 2013 via Creator/AdultSwim on their Creator/{{Toonami}} programming block, and is also streaming on Creator/VIZMedia's Creator/NeonAlley service. Creator/{{Funimation}} has the episodes they acquired on their website available for members to stream, with only episodes 1 through 205 dubbed, probably because they want people to watch the dubbed episodes 206 onward on Toonami instead. Unfortunately for television viewers, Toonami decided to drop the hammer on the series on March 18, 2017 citing a "variety of reasons". Nonetheless, FUNimation's English dub, now past episode 500 on DVD, has become one of the longest anime dubs in history.

to:

While the anime has a troubled distribution history in America, it returned to U.S. airwaves as of May 18 2013 via Creator/AdultSwim on their Creator/{{Toonami}} programming block, and is also streaming on Creator/VIZMedia's Creator/NeonAlley service. Creator/{{Funimation}} has the episodes they acquired on their website available for members to stream, with only episodes 1 through 205 dubbed, probably because they want people to watch the dubbed episodes 206 onward on Toonami instead. Unfortunately for television viewers, Toonami decided to drop the hammer on the series on March 18, 2017 citing a "variety of reasons". Nonetheless, FUNimation's [=FUNimation=]'s English dub, now past episode 500 on DVD, has become one of the longest anime dubs in history.
18th Aug '17 10:54:31 PM stickfiddler
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Welcome to one of the contenders included in the group called the [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Big]] [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Three]], and the only one left to have not yet reached its epilogue. ''One Piece'' began as a manga series written by Creator/EiichiroOda since 1997 and in 1999, it was adapted into an ongoing popular anime series produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation. The story chronicles the adventures of '''[[TheHero Monkey]] [[SecretLegacy D.]] [[IdiotHero Luffy]]''', an ambitious yet kind and rather dense young man who has eaten the Gum-Gum Fruit (''Gomu Gomu no Mi''), turning him into a RubberMan. He dreams of following in the footsteps of his childhood hero, Captain "Red-Haired" Shanks, by becoming a great pirate. In fact, he plans to find the One Piece and become the new "Pirate King".

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Welcome to one of the contenders included in the group called the [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Big]] [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Three]], and the only one left to have [[LongRunner not yet reached its epilogue.epilogue]]. ''One Piece'' began as a manga series written by Creator/EiichiroOda since 1997 and in 1999, it was adapted into an ongoing popular anime series produced by Creator/ToeiAnimation. The story chronicles the adventures of '''[[TheHero Monkey]] [[SecretLegacy D.]] [[IdiotHero Luffy]]''', an ambitious yet kind and rather dense young man who has eaten the Gum-Gum Fruit (''Gomu Gomu no Mi''), turning him into a RubberMan. He dreams of following in the footsteps of his childhood hero, Captain "Red-Haired" Shanks, by becoming a great pirate. In fact, he plans to find the One Piece and become the new "Pirate King".
1st Aug '17 1:41:25 AM gjjones
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But wait, there's more. Seems Hollywood has finally taken an interest in the series as, to coincide with [[MilestoneCelebration the 20th anniversary of the franchise]] on July 21, 2017, it was announced that ''One Piece'' would be getting a [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-21/one-piece-manga-gets-live-action-hollywood-tv-show/.119132 live-action television series]] from Tomorrow Studios (the same ones producing the ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' live-action series). Details are still scarce as to when the show will be coming (or even what channel or streaming service it will be on) or who will be playing what part at the moment.

to:

But wait, there's more. Seems Hollywood has finally taken an interest in the series as, to coincide with [[MilestoneCelebration the 20th anniversary of the franchise]] on July 21, 2017, it was announced that ''One Piece'' would be getting a [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-21/one-piece-manga-gets-live-action-hollywood-tv-show/.119132 live-action television series]] from Tomorrow Studios (the same ones producing the ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' live-action series). Details are still scarce as to when the show will be coming (or even what channel or streaming service it will be on) or who will be playing what part at the moment.
moment, although it will be co-executive produced by Oda, along with Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements.
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