Wednesday, June 24, 2015

History of One Piece: Romance Dawn Arc Overview

Welcome back to History Of One Piece, where I chronicle, review, debate, and analyze the numerous arcs of One Piece. Today, we take a look at the Romance Dawn arc as whole in addition to behind the scenes information, character development, themes, and much much more. This is the Romance Dawn Overview!

Friday, June 19, 2015

History Of One Piece: Romance Dawn Arc Recap

Hello everyone and welcome back to History Of One Piece, where I chronicle, review, debate, and analyze the various different arcs of One Piece. Today we dive into the Romance Dawn arc and find out a lot more about Luffy's past. Just who is Red-Haired Shanks?

Friday, May 1, 2015

Roger's Adventures at the 2015 Emerald/Sakura-con-bo

It's that time of year again.
Sorry this took so long gents. A while ago, I had a long two weekends at back to back conventions both taking place in Seattle. But I'm finally ready to tell you all about it. So lets get to it.

From March 27-29, we had Emerald City Comic Con. Personally, I'm pretty new to the convention scene, only starting to go to them last year. So far this is easily the biggest convention I've been to yet. A huge attendance, tons of comic writers and artists, fan art, panels, and tons of big name celebrities. Just to name a few of the people I got to met briefly: Janet Varney (voice of Avatar Korra), Steve Blum (voice of Amon, Mugen, Leron, and everyone else) Huberto Ramos (Amazing Spider-Man artist) Kelly Sue DeConnick (writer of Captain Marvel, which Marvel will be making a movie of some day), Anthony Mackie (Falcon in Captain America: Winter Soldier), Kevin Eastman (creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), and the grandfather of comics himself, Stan Lee, and yes I did fork over the $70.00 to get his autograph.

But to bring this back to One Piece, I suppose there's only one name worth mentioning...

Friday, March 27, 2015

One Piece Theory 103 (With Roger): The Life and Death Conundrum

Welcome back folks. I'm Roger and this is another installment of One Piece Theory. Here I will delve deep into the intricacies of Oda Sensei's Magnum Opus in an attempt to uncover secrets that could shine light on important events to come. Not all these exhibitions are expected to be successful, in fact most of them probably won't be. That is the unpredictable nature of One Piece at work. Despite this, it can't hurt to at least try to understand the future by learning from our past.

So with that in mind, lets put up the SPOILER ALERT, and get this theory started with the question of the day: