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  • Whoever likes Alan Wake I recommend One Piece 2 you...

    Well One Piece is a really great and interesting anime series!!!! I recommend it for those who like Alan Wake because it has a wonderful story and wonderful characters that get devloped in it. It has almost everything in it and I have only seen to episode 37 I think. It has action, drama, comedy, etc. but so far no horror. They are now releasing the show as 26 episodes per box set instead of the older 13 episodes per box set which are the ones I bought. This is also a anime show. If you want a description of the show here is one....

    Fame...fortune...power...

    The one man who had it all in this world was the great Pirate King, Gold Roger...whose fateful last words drove men to the sea.

    "My treasure? If you want it, I will give it. All the riches in the world await the person who can but find it."

    And so, brave souls set sail for the Grand Line in search of their dreams. The Great Age of Pirates had begun.

    It's a pirate adventure like no other you've ever seen.

    Now, Monkey D. Luffy has set out on his own grand adventure. His goal, to fulfil a promise he made to his idol, the pirate Shanks, to seek out the Grand Line and find the Pirate King's treasure: One Piece. He is both blessed and cursed by having eaten of the Gum Gum fruit, known throughout the seas as the "Devil's Fruit". Though now unable to swim, his body is now able to stretch like rubber. With his newfound powers and the crew of the Going Merry at his side (famed pirate hunter Zolo, crafty pirate thief Nami, compulsive liar Usopp, and suave but kicking cook Sanji), Monkey sets out to follow in the wakes of the great pirates and write his own name in the pages of history.

    Take note that despite its recent release, One Piece can be considered very "retro" in style. The style and the somewhat whimsical storyline appear to take a page from Akira Toriyama's classic Dragon Ball.

    The manga version of the story can be read in the pages of "Shonen Jump" magazine.


    imo the anime is the best way to go. Watched it dubbed and support Funimation by buying all the voyages/box sets...i'm telling you this show is excellent! It's worth it....
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