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One Piece
Voice Directors: Mike McFarland, Caitlin Glass (Temporary), Charles Campbell (Temporary), Christopher Bevins (Temporary), Felecia Angelle (Temporary), Jason Grundy (Temporary), Jeremy Inman (Temporary), Jerry Jewell (Temporary), Joel McDonald (Temporary), Scott Sager (Temporary), Zach Bolton (Temporary)

US Premiere: Sep 18, 2004
US Conclusion: Mar 18, 2017
US Home Media: Feb 28, 2006
Japan Premiere: Oct 20, 1999
Japan Conclusion: Ongoing

Seasons: 18+
Episodes: 740+

Animation Studio: Toei Animation

Popularity: 4th All Time, 8th This Week

Franchise: One Piece
Characters on BTVA: 687
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1dbad
said at 6:07 AM on Thu Jan 5 2017
 1 Shout Out!
Long-running shonens are typically something I avoid like the plague. It's why I avoided this show for years - until an ex of mine convinced me to give the show a chance.

To be honest, I didn't think too much of it at first. It was likable enough, but didn't seem particularly noteworthy in the first couple of arcs. But the more I watched, the more it started to grow on me. The Syrup Village arc stands out in my memory - it was the first arc I genuinely enjoyed from beginning to end, as well as when I started feeling myself getting attached to the characters. But the arc that sold me for life on the show was Arlong Park. (which has some of the best acting I've heard from Luci Christian) After seeing that arc, I FINALLY understood how this show became as popular as it did. Impressively, that was just the beginning. Instead of going through the quality drop most shonens do over time, I feel the series has only gotten stronger.

That said, I do think the quality of the manga to anime adaptation starts to decline around Enies Lobby. But it's still a very enjoyable watch.
Unknownsage13
said at 7:38 PM on Thu Dec 29 2016
 2 Shout Outs!
Looking through the cast. I like how there are several actors from the Sentai/ADV talent pool here who never do stuff for Funimation. Like top of my head there's Andrew Love and Shelley Calene-Black. Pretty awesome.
itsmedeadpool
said at 3:39 AM on Wed Jan 11 2017
@Unknownsage13 Well since Andrew is doing Opera and Theater in Houston, he doesn't get to travel that much to Dallas whenever he receives the call. Although since he has awesome range, they'll always find something for him. The last big FUNi show Shelley was a part of besides One Piece was for Jormungand and I think recently Maken-Ki Two. Unless whether the director searches for a very unique voice they won't find in Dallas, they'll farm out to the Houston, LA, or even New York pool of actors.
WrightWay
said at 7:05 PM on Fri Dec 23 2016
 5 Shout Outs!
I prefer the older episodes of this Series back when it seemed a little more unique, although regarding its dubs:

The FUNimation One Piece dub isn't perfect by any means, but it's a pretty good dub that translates reasonably faithfully from the Original without the script coming off as wooden (although it takes a few liberties here & there in terms of inserting in cursing or adding in jokes where it's unneeded, but nothing of significance otherwise). The English voice cast is also very competent in their roles, and the music is all kept, along with some of the Japanese intros being dubbed into English (not all, but most were). I'm actually glad they got it after 4Kids did, though, mainly because Eric Vale was initially going to be Luffy and that casting is (imo) all wrong for the part- Andrew Chandler also made Zoro sound too evil at times and Chris Sabat was not unique as Helmeppo at all, so I'm really glad Colleen Clinkenbeard got Luffy, Chris Sabat got Zoro, and Troy Baker got Helmeppo when FUNimation took o