Episode 1097 – One Piece


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A chunk episode 1097 is a strong entry, although it is nearly fully exposition with combined ranges of involvement.

We’ve two huge items of backstory this week, and the primary has to do with Ohara. Now I am clearly biased in direction of Robin and something associated to her, so this was the extra attention-grabbing half for me. Discovering Saul’s survival and passing on Ohara’s data to Vegapunk is a pleasant contact. It additionally makes Robin cry huge, joyful crocodile tears, which is useful and warms my coronary heart. The flashback bit with Dragon additionally helps to know his impetus for forming the revolutionary military. The truth is, it strikes me now that after Wano targeted so closely on Gol D. Roger’s early days (or at the least important moments in his journey), it looks like this arc will deal with the backstories of the main gamers within the Revolutionary military (particularly Kuma, Ivankov and Draak). In my view, Dragon is the weak hyperlink right here by way of being really compelling to study, however I am open to altering my thoughts on that entrance.

The again half of the episode talks extra about Vegapunk’s additional self. I feel this has some good animation, but it surely’s largely an prolonged roll name that provides little or no to our understanding of Vegapunk’s capabilities. I feel it was made very clear throughout the York episode that each one Vegapunks share psychological and bodily features, and whereas I do not thoughts it being defined right here for readability, it feels a bit overdone if I am sincere. It appears to me that we’re lacking the purpose. That stated, there are some enjoyable moments – particularly Bonney’s beam saber attracting bugs and Vegapunk being offended as a result of his customized Kaido fruit turned Momo pink. I am simply unsure there’s sufficient to maneuver the needle on an in any other case sluggish outing.

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