Do you like the Live Action Adaption?

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Aight, the second trailer actually looks super cool! I'm still skeptical abt how it's gonna be like when watchin 1 hour episodes, but this gives me hope! Looks like they captured the essence of OP and this was obvs done w/ a lot of care and respect toward the original material.

Makin a live version of Buggy was a big risk, yet he's prob the part of the trailer that impresses me the most. Gives off scary clown, Jokerlike vibes, which is a rly smart choice cause goin w/ an overly goofy version similar to his manga counterpart would've fallen flat and made the show look too stupid imo. The CGI for his power looks rly good too!

I was scared abt how they were gonna handle Arlong's design, but he looks great! He's menacing, his voice's perfect and his face looks scary and realistic. He should've been taller and bulkier, but I guess they want Luffy's victories to feel realistic, so his enemies won't look too big compared to him.

Just wish Roger's actor was more charismatic. Liked his laugh, but other than that, he's not rly impressive or captivating. Also, Mihawk's sword looks a lil fake w/ the big plastic cross on it, they should've gone w/ a smaller and metal cross, but not a big deal.

If it's successful, there's crazy potential for a season 2, they could film Arabasta events in a natural and beautiful desert landscape. And makin a convincing and badass version of Crocodile wouldn't be as tricky as it was to pull it off w/ Buggy and Arlong. No idea what they'd do w/ Chopper though, he's one of the main chars and they might have to use CGI constantly for him, which I'm not sure they'd have the budget for.

But let's not get ahead of ourselves and see what that first season has to offer.
I see in this pic hope, joy, love and the believe for a better tomorrow :neesama:

In this pic I see despair, lament, my dry up hopes and dreams, starvation for children :josad:
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Luffy can also become Noble too in balloon form lol. He's Godskin duo in one.
Will this Luffy skin the World Nobles; the "Gods" of this world :pepebusi:

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Episode 1: Romance Dawn
Directed by Marc Jobst, Teleplay by Matt Owens and Steven Maeda

Monkey D. Luffy, an optimistic young pirate with dreams of finding the One Piece, sets off in search of the loyal crew he needs to navigate the vast oceans. His journey begins when he helps Koby, a deckhand forced into servitude, escape an undesirable situation. While in Shells Town, Luffy meets Roronoa Zoro, a famed pirate hunter, and Nami, a Master thief, and the three form a tenuous alliance.​
Episode 2: The Man in the Straw Hat
Directed by Marc Jobst, Written by Ian Stokes

Luffy, Zoro, and Nami find themselves imprisoned on an island overtaken by the deranged clown pirate, Buggy. Koby joins the Marines and proves his mettle.​
Episode 3: Tell No Tales
Directed by Emma Sullivan, Written by Matt Owens and Damani Johnson

Luffy, Zoro, and Nami land in Syrup Village, where they meet Usopp, a local who introduced the group to Kaya, a sickly shipyard heiress under the care of trio of overbearing house staff. With the help of Koby, Vice Admiral Garp, a powerful marine, sets off in search of Luffy.​
Episode 4: The Pirates Are Coming
Directed by Emma Sullivan, Written by Tiffany Greshler and Tom Hyndman

Luffy, Zoro, and Nami fight their way through Kaya’s mansion, which has now become a prison. Usopp enlists the help of Koby, Helmeppo and the Marines. Luffy finally gets the ship of his dreams as Garp closes in.​
Episode 5: Eat at Baratie!
Directed by Tim Southam, Written by Laura Jacqmin

Luffy and the gang are tested in their ability to fight together on the high seas. They arrive at Baratie, a floating restaurant, where they encounter Sanji, a young chef with a love of fine dining. A duel on the docks shocks the group.​
Episode 6: The Chef and the Chore Boy
Directed by Tim Southam, Written by Steven Maeda and Diego Gutierrez

The group is ambushed by a threat no one sees coming. After a hard-fought battle at Baratie, Sanji finally follows his dreams, while another crew member shows their true colors.​
Episode 7: The Girl with the Sawfish Tattoo
Directed by Josef Wladyka, Written by Tiffany Greshler & Ian Stokes and Allison Weintraub & Lindsay Gelfand

The crew comes to the aid of a member in dire need of family.​
Episode 8: Worst in the East
Directed by Josef Wladyka, Written by Matt Owens and Steven Maeada

A new pirate crew is born.​
Matt Owens, one of the showrunners for One Piece, highlights that the show was built in a way that allowed for four two-episode arcs that each introduce us to the members of the Straw Hat pirate crew and focuses on the “spirit of togetherness and adventure.”

Our whole season is set up in four two-episode arcs where we’re meeting a new Straw Hat, getting to know them, and finding where they fit into their world. It’s not only an origin story of how this crew comes together…It’s an encapsulation of the idea of found family. A spirit of togetherness and adventure.​
Matt Owens​
The series remains ambitious and with only a few more weeks to go, we’ll finally see how they bring this iconic story to life. Monkey D. Luffy’s journey for One Piece remains an iconic story that has yet to find its end and is about to start anew for a new generation that missed out on the journey a long time ago.
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