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One Piece chapter 815

So much to think about this New chapter:

First thing first don’t you think that Vivi is beautiful?

I’m so happy to see that Pekom’s still alive :D I can’t wait to see him in action because before those last chapter we only knew him as a bad guys under Big Mom’s orders. I really like how he explains everything calmly and taking into account the fact that he is with big mom but also the fact that Luffy’s crew saved his clan.

We learnt a many things, we learnt that Sanji’s family is even more powerful than we thought, the fact that his membership on Luffy’s crew is threatened. 

After that I saw the Nakamaship FULL Force (even LuSan ahah but I like to see pairings everywhere ahah) . In any case I loved Luffy’s reaction,because when I saw that he was throwing a Party without Sanji I was thinking “Uh, What the fuck, you forgot that one of your crewmember is threatened?!”

Really I don’t think that this party was necessary –’.

As Everyone of course I love when the mention of Zosan was made by Luffy ahah . Oda understands us Im sure ahah

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Law was also incredibly Cool with his crew.His crew seem really funny and Im happy to see that they are finally back together :D

The last thing that I saw and that made me laugh a lot was Brook/Robin and Franky refering themselves as Adult(which is not completely true because the age does not make you an adult ahah) and 1 or 2 page after we can see them sleeping like baby ahah it was hilarious for me XD

In resume a lot of things on this chapter but not a lot of progress about Sanji’s past/Sanji’s situation, so as always Im waiting impatiently for the next chapter. And you what did you think about this chapter ?

Eden of the East

is a Japanese anime television series created, directed and written by Kenji Kamiyama. Kenji Kamiyama directed the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex anime television series (along with its second series Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG and lastly its movie, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex - Solid State Society. Aka my most favourite series in anime EVERRRRR)

After working as a background artist for productions such as Akira and Kiki’s Delivery Service, he joined Team Oshii at Production I.G, contributing the screenplay of Blood: The Last Vampire and working as animation director for Jin-Roh. In 2002 he made his directorial debut with MiniPato, followed by Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex and Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG. In 2007, after almost 6 years of work on the Stand Alone Complex world, he directed the TV series Guardian of the Sacred Spirit and Higashi no Eden (TV series & two movies). Basically he is a mahuUUuusive LEGEND!!

The plot follows a young Japanese woman, Saki, who inadvertently meets a young man, Akira at the end of her celebratory visit to America after graduating. The pair meet under very unusual circumstances where they both look mighty suspicious to neighbouring police in front of the White House. Saki is first seen throwing a coin over the gates of the White House (it is later revealed this is a Japanese tradition where throwing coins can grant you a wish) when she is approached asking what she is doing Akira runs into the seen naked waving a gun and a phone (which you later find out he has used to wipe his own memory) in an attempt to save Saki and distract the polices attention.

With police on there trail Akira acts fast; with Saki keen to leave the country and get back to Japan ASAP along with his own keen interest to find answers to his own identity there the story really starts.

With many typical plots twists each as devious as the last we see Akira go on a path of self discovery and finally noble obligation.  If you watch the anime you’ll realise my intended play on words there ;).

With an unusual phone loaded with ten million yen and 11 others like him hand picked by the mysterious Mr Outside Akira must fight to survive certain death with some help from his new found friends at the NEET supporting freedom fighters online organisation Eden of the East… But more importantly he must fight to save Japan from certain collapse and destruction… Both physically and through people’s outlook on life along with political ideologies etc.

All in all a very good watch most worthwhile. However, despite not having seen the following two movies which complete this stand alone complex, I feel that this series could have been better developed in a two series in depth plot with one or two movies to complete instead. It feels a little like this cool storyline was built up and then quickly overcome. Seeing as there were some very interesting characters built up I feel they could have been used more productively and effectively if used more to their full potential by the use of a second series.

Nonetheless I may still change my mind after completing King of Eden and Paradise Lost. I have to say in some ways it reminds me almost with the background philosophy of Paranoia Agent yet with the action added that I felt P.A. was lacking, (which they probably lost a little of the charcter development they could have had like in P.A. which is most in depth) maybe slightly less dark undertones portrayed however.

A humble and modest ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰.