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This chapter seemed to strike the rare balance between great action and interesting exposition. We finally saw Pedro in action for once, slashing enemies on the run, running up walls, and also HE'S GOT A BOMB! His attack, though brief, was quite satisfying. And Brook gets to demonstrate some of his own soul powers, conveniently locking out Smoothie in the process. Nice action overall, though Smoothie is quite a big fish to fry and is probably too much for both Brook and Pedro. Can't wait to have Pedro and Tamago go up against each other.
Also, Zeus is too cute. Funny how Pound hyped him up to be this evil storm cloud.
In the midst of all this we are introduced to the greatest Charlotte child, Angla, dawg. Then Pudding shows up and plans to d…Read more >
This was definitely the chapter we needed after a hiatus, as we got a combination of action and infodump galore.
The important people in the enraged army display their abilities, with Galette being able to manipulate people by covering them in butter, Opera controllingRead more >
semencream. Then there's Amande and her Meito known as Shirauo, which she uses to bisect and kill King Baum. RIP to best tree, you died as pathetically as you lived. And then there's the best power of all, Mont-d'Or's ability to manipulate books and pretty much put anyone in its setting. That may just be the best DF power of all time, and I'm sure Mont-d'Or writes his own books to give his opponents the most gruesome experiences imaginable. Though he would be wise to have cop…
Now and then I think of when I watched you weekly
Like when you showed Robin not wanting to die
Told myself that you were right for me
But grew more distant from your company
But that was me and it's an arc I still remember
You can get addicted to a certain kind of style
Like a fast paced rush to the end, always the end
So when I found that you could not make sense
And you started catching up to the manga's end
And I'll admit that I can't wait till you got over
But you didn't have to go so slow
Make content that never happened and that looks like nothing
And I don't even watch the show
But you treat me like a stranger and that feels so rough
No you didn't have to stoop so low
Have your team make longer fillers and then make canon better
I guess that I can…
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Interesting that Mangastream is four hours late releasing a pure battle chapter - though of course a new rival burst onto the scene, carrying on Z-Ani's path of destruction. Their contributions were immediately immortalized.
This chapter hit right into the feels just as hard as Sanji hit into Luffy's head. It's a shame the situation didn't really call for Luffy fighting back, which would have made the fight even more fun to see. But this fight wasn't supposed to be fun. Sanji got to display some awesome new moves, including a tumbling axe kick that knocked Luffy out of the count for like a minute.
And Luffy's speech at the end...wow. When Nami and Robin were in this situation, Luffy basically went on the warpath to save them. But he knows he…Read more >
Oh, a chapter review blog hasn't been written yet? Must be slacking off here...Overall, this was a good chapter to get off a hiatus as we got infodumps galore, plus an unexpected twist and a bit of action thrown into the mix.
My prediction about Cracker flying into the Whole Cake Chateau during the gift exchange was pretty off, but it did cause similar chaos, even if Big Mom's not aware of it currently. Apparently the other two Sweet Commanders are named Smoothie and Katakuri (which means potato starch), and I must say, those also sound like good ways to attack opponents. Don't let me down, guys. The guy who got taken down by Urouge is named Snack, which is a pitifully fitting name for his role in the story. Oh, and we also get the names of…Read more >