Friday, April 4, 2014

One Piece: Straw Hat Theater

One Piece: Mugiwara Theater

One Piece: Mugiwara Theater

Alternative Title(s):

     One Piece: Straw Hat Theater
     One Piece Strawhat Theater
     One Piece: Mugiwara Theater

     Adventure, Shounen
Type :
Date Released:
     October 1 , 2006
Date Finished:
     October 29 , 2006


"One Piece: Straw Hat Theater"

Straw Hat Theater is made up of five shorts that aired alongside One Piece episodes 279 through 283 in October 2006. They are based on Oda Eiichiro's side comics that were drawn when he was given three sheets of blank paper by his editor and told to draw anything. "One Piece: Straw Hat Theater"

The first short is about Chopper Man infiltrating the lair of the evil Dr. Usodabada. The second short is a news report on what food was like for the Straw Hats before Sanji joined the crew. The third short investigates the hypothetical situation of 'if the Straw Hat Pirates were Obahan, who would be the strongest?' The fourth short is about the bosses of the Luffione, Zorocia, and Sanjino families fighting for control. In the fifth short, all of the Straw Hats are carefree monsters. "One Piece: Straw Hat Theater"

Chopper Man, initially showed up in the second omake, 4-Panel Comic Strips made for the One Piece Blue: Grand Data File which was distributed in August 2, 2002. Later he staged a presentation in Chopper's Grand Battle 3 outcome. The diversion was discharged on December 11, 2003.

This omake which offers Chopper Man only, is the sixth omake in the arrangement and was initially distributed in The sixth Log: "Arabasta" on March 31, 2006. This Chopper Man portion denote the first run through the other Straw Hats are seen inside the Chopper Man universe. The characters from this omake later showed up on the colorspread of part 405. "One Piece: Straw Hat Theater"

It was likewise the first omake to show up inside the anime, airing nearby with scene 279. After this Chopper Man got to be so decently enjoyed by fans that the illustrators chose to provide for him his own particular whole scene, scene 336. In this scene the characters from the omake are joined by the robot Frangashan played by Franky. Leaving Brook to be the main Straw Hat crewmember that has not yet showed up inside the Chopper Man universe. "One Piece: Straw Hat Theater"

In the Chopper Man universe Tony Chopper is delineated as a mantle wearing superhero, with parts of the Straw Hat Pirates offered in different diverse parts (basically lowlifess). The story spoofs the superhero, and Super Sentai sorts, and in addition One Piece itself. One Piece: Straw Hat Theater

A titan robot strike the city, compelling the individuals to turn to Chopper Man to spare them. However when Chopper Man chooses to envision himself riding the robot as opposed to battling it, nothing accomplishes. "One Piece: Straw Hat Theater"

Chopper Man (Mugiwara Theater)

The malevolence Dr. Usodabada (Usopp), tired of being unable to thrashing Chopper Man (Chopper), sends his cronies to catch Chopper Man's aide, Namifia (Nami). On the other hand, they rather bring back Chopper Man himself. Once there, he requests tea, and afterward procedes to go see Usodabada's monster battling robot, Giant Luffy Bomber (Luffy).

Chopper Man rides in Luffy Bomber, and winds up annihilating Usodabada's base, sending the scalawag and his cronies flying. This is the main manifestation of Robiflowan (Robin), a perplexing blossom lady who has been vanquished numerous times by Chopper Man's "Kyuun Spark" ambush, Zorokiller (Zoro), an obscure onigiri-man who requests onigiri and gets furious in the event that you don't have any, and Sanjirops (Sanji), an abstruse debased beast who demands he is not distorted (notwithstanding the way that he always thinks distorted things) and shows no leniency to men. "One Piece: Straw Hat Theater"

In the wake of pulverizing the base, Chopper Man brings the robot home. Be that as it may, when he goes to get it for his next mission, he finds that Namifia has sold it. One Piece: Straw Hat Theater

"One Piece: Straw Hat Theater"


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