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DancePowderer

aka I who leave you high and dry when burned

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  • DancePowderer

    Well, things seem to be getting interesting. Sanji sees no other alternative than to get married, Mama sent an army after Luffy, and we see some more of the Charlotte kids. I will say this. I want to see Nami fight Prometheus and Zeus. I've never seen a weather fight, and I want to see one. 

    Let me get one thing out of the way first. That first panel: The hills are aliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiive, with the sound of- you get the idea. I can't believe no one's made that joke yet.

    Nami talks about the storm Mama sends and just like that it rolls in. I love perfect timing. Baum the explainer tells her they're totally screwed (like they haven't heard that one before). I gotta say, Zeus looks really unenthused about this whole thing. And as I type th…

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  • DancePowderer

    821 Abridged

    March 31, 2016 by DancePowderer

    Title: Alright Already!

    People: Why's the house coming down!

    Jack: Thank you, I'll be here all week, unfortunately for you.

    Inuarashi: This advice may be out of character, but grab trees!

    Nekomamushi: So, Zunisha, what seems to be pissing you off today?

    Zunisha: Hello? Is this thing on? Testing...

    Luffy: I hear you fine.

    Momo: I'm good.

    Everyone else: What? Is someone talking?

    Momo: Voice, you're at a 10, I need you at a 3.

    Jack: Suck it, PETA! Aim for the leg! Thank God I took that structural engineering course.

    Crew: It's having an effect!

    Jack: It's a 1000 year old elephant. What? You were expecting kevlar?

    Zunisha: I'm getting a bad case of shrapnel in my leg! Little help here?

    Jack: Make elephant fall down!

    Zunisha: Please, tell me what to do. I nee…

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  • DancePowderer

    So now we know who the Vinsmokes are (sort of). They are assassins. Before I continue, for those of you wondering, yes, this will more than likely turn into another series like The Smiling Man, but probably not as awesome. Or it will be. I don't know. Depends on how and where the story goes. Today's blog will be a little different, as it will be a mix of both analysis and theory but in my same writing style, so take it with a larger grain of salt than you usually do. 

    Let's start with Sanji. Based on what we know about him, it is safe to come up with a few conjectures. Let's start with tying up a few loose ends. We know Sanji is from the North Blue and he somehow wound up in the East Blue. To do that he would have to cross the Red Line and …

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  • DancePowderer

    Just when you thought you got rid of me, I'm back with another one of my occasionally almost award-winning blogs. This time the topic is going to be Sanji's family, as if the catchy title didn't tip you off to that already (let the smoke puns begin, am I right?). This is a family that warrants investigation. We know Sanji's family seems to be powerful, but I feel that their power runs deeper than we all think. How deep exactly? Well, let's find out.

    Brook was just a fountain of information in Chapter 813, wasn't he? Let's start with the first thing he says. The name sent chills down his spine. That may just be a skull joke to some, but it tells us a lot. First, that the family is powerful and infamous enough that their name alone can strike…

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  • DancePowderer

    The Smiling Man, Part 6

    September 24, 2015 by DancePowderer

    Part 1 Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6

    CLOSURE! At last, the conclusion to this series has arrived. Doflamingo has regained consciousness for his post-game interview and analysis. He did not completely disappoint. I know I was betting on a full mental breakdown, but that was assuming he somehow regained consciousness a little faster. Excitement aside, let's start the analysis.

    Off the bat, Doflamingo starts off by sort of blaming the Marines, referring to both his loss as king and as Joker. As Tsuru said, Doffy here is grasping at the non-existent straws of "what-if". This tells me he truly has nothing left and is accepting that, but can still dream none the less. Doflamingo is also caught in a moment of reflection, saying he can't com…

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