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【Amazon.co.jp限定】ONE PIECE FILM GOLD Blu-ray GOLDEN LIMITED EDITION(オリジナル三方背収納ケース付)
2009年『ONE PIECE FILM STRONG WORLD』(興行収入48億円)、2012年『ONE PIECE FILM Z』(興行収入68.7億円)と、
『ONE PIECE FILM』シリーズの更なる進化を、華々しく彩る!
■初回生産限定の「GOLDEN LIMITED EDITION」にはテゾーロ&カリーナのイヤリング型チャーム付きゴールデンイヤホン、ゴルゴルのフローティングペン、
公開時にセブンイレブン限定で公開されたFILM GOLD の直前のストーリーを描いた「ワンピース フィルムゴールド ~episode0~」を収録!
■Blu-rayにはヘッドフォンで5.1chサラウンドが楽しめる「DTS Headphone:X 」音声を収録!
・メイキング オブ フィルムゴールド~アフレコ現場に潜入~
・ワンピース フィルムゴールド ~episode0~
原作・総合プロデューサー:尾田栄一郎 (集英社 週刊「少年ジャンプ」連載)
主題歌:「怒りをくれよ」GLIM SPANKY(ユニバーサル ミュージック)
One Piece is classed as the best Anime of all time! (In my opinion)
Funimation are doing a brilliant job of doing this. The DVD contains 1-13 uncut and unedited episodes. It may be Region 1 which means I cannot play it on a DVD in Britain BUT!! Thanks to my PS3 I can XD
Anyway, also the DVD includes Japanese voices with English subtitles? FANTASTIC!! That's the main reason I buy the One Piece DVDS. I love the Japanese voices as the English are always a disappointment.
Hooray for uncut and unedited episodes & for Japanese voices & English subtitles :)
Definetly worth buying and I know I'll be buying the other DVD's as-well ^_^
But since i've bought the Funimation dvd version of One Piece, i now realise that my mind had been brainwashed with the 4KIDS edited crud, anyone who is planning on buying the edited version..STOP!! buy the unedited, you won't regret it.
Alot more fighting, blood, swearing and the stories in the episodes make ALOT more sense :D
i give this 5/5, go buy it One Piece fans
But there are some things that make this a Four instead of a Five star Product, Firstly the Commentary episodes are one episode per set of DVDs and I would have appreciated maybe at least 3 or 4 because personally I like to know more about what the people working on it think. But probably the Biggest problem with these DVD Sets so far is the cut offs, Every set has 13 episodes and with this one it cuts right off before the (And I'll try not to ruin anything) the "Big" Battle and The DVDs end before the Battle does so its like a kick in the shin if you expect to see how it ends although it still good fun. So just as a warning "Don't Just get one".
This season naturally introduces Luffy (main protagonist) and his new comrades he meets along with the way. They form friendships along their journey in hopes of making it to the Grand Line where a famous pirate left his treasure. The voice acting is top notch, as it always is from Funimation. My only complaint is I wish this was in HD. Having this in blu-ray format is a must. I have been popping in the DVDs one after another. Definitely check this out. It is a must own show!
Here are some of the key characters in the series.
The main character, Luffy, is so carefree and happy it's funny. He lives for the moment. When he's hungry he looks for food and eats as much as he can. When he's tired he drops where he is and starts sleeping. He tries to befriend everyone and he continuously finds it hard to believe that anyone could be mad at him. He is unswervingly honest. In fact his directness and honesty gets him into quite a bit of trouble since he speaks his mind freely without a second thought as to how other people might take what he's saying. There are only two things that ever seem to genuinely disturb him. When anyone mocks his straw hat or tries to damage it, and when anyone hurts his friends. When that happens, you'd better run for cover. When he was a young child he accidentally consumed a strange fruit called the Devil Fruit that came from the mysterious Grand Line, as a result Luffy can stretch his body in a hundred different ways and knows how to use this strange power to very effectively deliver a beating to his enemies. The offset is, consuming the fruit has robbed him of his ability to swim or even to float when in the water, and this gets him into serious trouble many times. Luffy wants to be King of the Pirates, and while he's certainly got the free-wheeling spirit necessary, he doesn't really have the heart to be vicious cruel and brutal like a real pirate would be. His goal is to sail to the Grand Line and find the One Piece, the secret treasure of the former Pirate King known as Gold Roger.
Roronoa Zoro ( Mostly called Zoro in the series ) is the first recruit Luffy gets as he starts to form his Pirate crew. Zoro is known as "The Pirate Hunter" and is a master swordsman. He carries three swords and knows how to use them all at the same time very effectively. His goal is to become the world's greatest swordsman, an oath he swore to accomplish, in memory of a young girl who was also a sword master. They had constantly challenged each other to sword contests as children and she had always won. Zoro was determined to keep training until he could beat her, and though they were bitter rivals they had a respectful friendship. Tragically she dies while Zoro is still very young and still training, and Zoro now carries her sword in her memory and uses it as one of his three swords whenever he fights.
Usopp, who calls himself "Captian Usopp" , is Luffy's next recruit. A young man with long hair and an unusually long nose who is very good with his slingshot, which he uses with his own home made pellets filled with different substances to create different effects. He has a reputation as a prodigious liar, and he does lie frequently, but not very well. He's rather cowardly, and often runs from serious enemies. As such he's very good at running, and very good at sneak attacks. Though he has a cowardly streak in him, he usually overcomes it when his friends are in trouble and will stand up to villians when the others really need him. Basically a good hearted guy, Usopp keeps the crew amused with his wild stories and his silly antics.
Sanji is next on board Luffy's crew. Sanji is an execllent chef and a very sharp dresser. Slender and blonde, always looking suave and well groomed, he typically has a small cigarette dangling from his lips. Aside from being a great chef he has incredibly powerful legs and can kick down walls and through steel doors. He was trained by a powerful former pirate captian named Zeff who saved Sanji's life when Sanji was just a young boy. Zeff, known as red-foot because of all the men he kicked to death, is likely from whom Sanji learned his kick tecnhiques. Sanji is seeking the "All Blue", a legendary place where the four oceans of the world meet and fish from all the oceans are available at one spot for catching. A chef's dream place. Sanji is in love with Nami, but Nami doesn't feel the same about Sanji and constantly fights off his romantic advances.
Nami is the next recruit. She is a master navigator and map maker. Her skills are unrivaled at steering on the sea. She was a captive slave of the vicious pirates known as the Arlong Pirates, half-fish and half-men, they took over her village when she was young and the fish-man pirate leader, Arlong, made a bargain with her that he would set her and her village free if she could gather one hundred million berries. ( berries... the form of currency in the world of One Piece ). Meanwhile they held her captive at their compound , forcing her to use her skills at map making to set up their own exploitation of the seaboard. It took eight years but Nami finally had colleted almost all of the ransom, by stealing treasure from other pirates. But Arlong cheated her, and in a deal with a corrupt marine commander had her secret stash of treasure confiscated. Leaving her with no way to pay the ransom. Luffy , learning of her struggle, invaded Arlong's compound and fought him on behalf of Nami, and Nami agreed to join his crew after that.
There is a lot humor , some touching sentimental moments, and some VERY weird battles and insane characters they encounter along the way. It's really the intense characters and bizarre battles that make this series stand out. I can't think of anything else that compares to it. Once you start watching, you will definitely be hooked on it. The DVD's worked perfectly, great video and audio. Also, a great feature included on the DVD's in this series is the option for "Marathon" Play. That allows you to watch all the episodes on the disk, in a row, without having to watch the opening and closing song segment and credits every time. While there are some violent fights and some drinking/smoking that goes on, I'd rate it a PG level.
- Mike S.
It's a great opening to the series and if it's any indication. I will watching One Piece for quite awhile. This is the version to get not the 4Kids disaster. It's not even close at all.
First off, THANK YOU FUNI!!!!!! You saved One Piece!
I'll talk about the plot of the show a little as I'm sure some people who were never into it before will be lured by the low price and the high value.
Monkey D. Luffy is a quarkey fellow who wants nothing more to rule the seas as King of the Pirates. To do this, he must gather some powerful allies and traverse a dangerous sea that is known as the Grand Line. At the end of the Grand Line supposedly awaits the legendary treasure of the former Pirate King. This treasure is simply known as "One Piece" and it is said to bring its owner all the wealth, fame, and power the world has to offer, in turn making them the "King of the Pirates!"
Luffy is helped a long by a special ability he was granted by eating a legendary "devil fruit" and that is that his entire body is made of rubber. This is basically grants him extra velocity and force and makes him capable of easily beating most enemies into a bloody pulp. In this volume in particular you will also be introduced to his first 3 comrades.
Zoro - former bounty hunter turned Pirate. He aspires to be the world's greatest swordsman.
Nami - specializes in thievery... wants nothing more than to be filthy rich.
Usopp - a liar and an idiot, but also a genius who is able to think his way around most fights. He invents many gadgets and weapons for his allies to use in battle... also the crew's sharp shooter.
Together these endearing and unforgettable characters come together to bring you one of the greatest and most epic animes of all time!
Now I'll talk about the box... its pretty damn good. Only purists will find faults with it. It's basically a couple of thin paks that hold 6-7 episodes each. It is a little lacking on the special features front, it has a marathon mode that I have yet to try out so I can't tell you much about it and a commentary on the first episode by Mike McFarland(line producer), Colleen Clinkenbeard(Luffy VA), and Chris Sabat(Zoro VA). I found the commentary somewhat interesting as they did talk quite a bit about how crazy it is to create basically 2 different dubs, an editted one for cartoon network that is on episode 170 and an uncut one for DVD that is at episode 1. The only thing that I think you can consider problematic is if you want to watch the english dub you have to listen to Vic Mignogna(i think its him) sing a dubbed intro as well, and while its not terrible and its an impressively close translation, I'm just a sucker for the original japanese openings. Also the ending is dubbed as well... oh well.
This brings me to the dub. It's not bad. I told myself when I got this, the first time I watched it, it would be the dub and now that I've given it a chance it has started to grow on me. When I first heard Luffy's new voice on TV I hated it, but once I sat down and spent some good quality time with the english speaking Luffy I found his voice to be very appropriate and convincing, if not a little raspier than his japanese counterpart. It's just a little hard to get used to any kind of new voice when you've seen 350+ episodes of Japanese Luffy. The rest of the cast is very good and the script is very accurate(yes there is quite a bit of profanity).
In closing I would like to say one more thing. If you originally watched One Piece via fansubs or god forbid you got some bootleg DVDs, it is your duty to buy this. Give funi their proper due and pick it up please.
And anyone else, if you are looking for an epic anime that brings you tons of humor, drama, and some of the most epic(i like this word) battles ever seen in anime, pick this up. I promise you will not be disappointed.
5/5 stars. Buy, dont rent. You want to own this, and you can't beat amazons price. 20 dollars for 13 episodes of anime just doesn't happen that often.
I have been watching this series for many years now and I have to say up front that One Piece is in my opinion the best anime I have seen out there yet. It is my favorite! I'm not going to bore you with talking about/giving a description of the series itself. It starts slow but soon speeds up and becomes greater and more exciting as time goes on. That being said I will move on to my points about the box set(s).
I first started watching One Piece with the 4Kids version and thought it was awesome... until I saw it in Japanese (Eng Subs) and realized that 4Kids completely butchered and mutilated it. So sad... Anyway, having fallen in love with the Japanese version I was doubly frustrated when the 4Kids DVDs did not even contain the original version as an option (despite how they were advertised.) Needless to say I was extremely happy to hear that Funimation was redoing them.
Having finally been able to pick up a few of these box sets (money's been tight and anime is expensive), I am extremely happy to say that it is truly uncut and they DO contain both English and Japanese language options. For that alone I was willing and completely happy to buy them.
There were other nice perks that came with these box sets that I did not expect. One of them was the marathon feature option. Instead of having to listen to the opening/credits on EVERY episode when viewing them in a row I love the fact that I can choose to watch all the episodes on the disc in a row without having to fast-forward or skip over the opening and credits... Yet if I do want to see the openings/credits during each episode I can simply play it as is. I wish all tv shows/series would have this option on their dvds. The more options about how I can view the show, the happier I am.
My one main problem with Funimation's version is the English voices. I have seen many other animes and been completely content with the English voices but for One Piece, in my opinion, most of the voices are not the best fit for the characters. Some are better than others but all of the voices often do not portray the character's emotions very well. All the same I AM glad that they (Funimation) did not distort the story by changing what the characters say (like 4Kids did). Because of my opinion about the dubbing I did not give it five stars but these box sets are still completely worth getting. Funimation treated my favorite anime with respect and gave several options on how we would like to view it. All in all I am very happy. Thank you Funimation for saving my favorite anime for the American/all others who buy this version of anime audience!
don't buy it unless your a true fan of One Piece, so much so you feel you won't get tired of it one day and toss it later(I've done that and got mad at myself later). I get the best of the best that I feel is worth it. I've seen some on watched it on TV, uploaded feeds, but you know what I'll still bite. why? because I love it that why and see it at any time because one day its not going to be anymore.
Most importantly keeping it as part of your DvD collection of Favorites: Action:: Spider-man Movies 1-3, Pirate of the Caribbean 1-3, Rush Hour 1-3 etc.. ; Anime: Ranma1/2, Fruits Basket, Cardcaptor Sakura. etc..
Classics that will never look bad(to you of course), watch it again someday brings fond memories.
my only complain is, finding it in a local retail store, not there
and the price is a real pain, however I'm no sucker, wait a bit before biting.
One Piece is a story set in a time called the Great Pirate Era focused on one ragtag group of pirates. In this DVD set you'll meet: Monkey D. Luffy, captain of the crew and user of the Gum Gum fruit; Roronoa Zoro, master swordsman and former bounty hunter; Nami, skilled thief who preys on pirates, and; Usopp, an infamous liar and wannabe pirate. Although by the end of this set they won't be officially a crew, the observant will notice their visages on the box art, so you know it's coming.
The entire first season tells the story of how Luffy brought his crew together before they headed to the Grand Line. We'll also get to see the back-stories for all of the characters, which is a real treat indeed, but we'll only get to see that for two of them in this set. We actually don't get to see all the members of Luffy's crew in this set, we'll need to wait until the next one for that.
When I started watching One Piece using fansubs, I was turned off by the romantic hero-pirate gag. "Pirates don't act like that, how dumb," I said to myself. The very premise of the show, Luffy's wholehearted desire to get the mystical 'One Piece', didn't fit with the character initially. Luffy is a self-serving pirate aiming for riches and glory, but then he does many self-less things, so how can he really be a pirate?
However, like I did with Naruto (which I also needed to get used to), I gave One Piece a chance to show its muster. Man am I glad I did. After a while I ignored the only passing resemblance to pirates that the crew had and let myself get lost in the story instead.
One Piece's story is dynamic. At times it is hilarious and fun, and then moments later it can be intense and dramatic. The story is top-notch and certainly deserving of the reader's interest. I saw the snowball metaphor used to describe this story and I would have to concur.
The characters in One Piece are imaginative and well drawn, as are the locations that they go to. One Piece's animation and artwork are good, but not great. You're not going to be awed by any special effects in this or any future sets. This doesn't detract from the show for myself, but if you're the type that desires excellent art, you may want to look elsewhere. The art here is probably comparable to the art in Naruto or Pokemon, which is something you'd expect from a longer running show.
Voice acting is alright. I might be a bit biased in this regard, since I've watched so much of One Piece with Japanese dubs, but I prefer the Japanese dubs to the English ones. Fortunately, you have your choice of both English and Japanese in this set, so there's no need to choose.
I would have to say that the translation is better than those found in fansubs. When Luffy pops out of the barrel in front of a couple of pirates, he says, "Who the hell are you?" and they reply, "Who the hell are YOU?!", which is far funnier than the fansub translation you'll find on the internet. This is just one example, but you'll find that the acting is pretty decent. Personally, I think their choice to have certain 'rough' characters enunciate their words perfectly to be a little off-putting, but it could be that the Japanese is the same way. I don't know since I don't speak Japanese.
Over all, I'd say that the voice acting is well done, but so far there hasn't been a real chance for the actors to flex their vocal talents (although I'm sure it takes a lot for them to speak in some of the more raspy voices like Luffy's or Buggy's).
One thing parents will want to take note of is that there is a plentiful supply of swearing. If you're looking for a show for your youngin's to watch, you may need to look elsewhere. Otherwise, you'll find the word choices to be tasteful and fulfilling.
Ah, music, one of the more important aspects of video entertainment. Since One Piece is about pirates, you'd expect 'piratey' music, which you'll find plenty of. When there is an action scene, there is fast-paced music to set the mood. Likewise for dramatic moments.
The music in this part of One Piece doesn't drive the mood as much as it does in later episodes, but it certainly isn't a let down either. Many of the characters will end up having their own theme music played when they are in intense fight scenes, and that is when you'll really notice the quality of it.
This set comes in two attractive slim-cases with an equally attractive cardboard sleeve to keep them together. The episodes included on each disc are listed on the back of the cases, rather than listed on a small slip of paper nestled in some large casing holding multiple discs. This set up is easier and more convenient than the Naruto uncut boxed sets which have the aforementioned large case. I don't have much of a plastic fetish, so the physical media and casing don't matter to me much. It does its job well and doesn't get in my way.
The set is called One Piece - Season 1, First Voyage. It's important to note the qualifier 'First Voyage', since this set doesn't actually contain the whole first season. If you check IMDB, you'll find out that the first season contained a whopping 47 episodes, which means that it will take four sets like this one to cover the entire first season of One Piece. That's a lot of money to get just the first season of a cartoon that is 360+ episodes strong.
FUNimation could have at least finished out the Usopp storyarc rather than leave us hanging, but this seems to be standard anime studio practice since the Naruto boxed sets also have a comparable amount of episodes per set. It's a stupid, greedy, practice in my opinion. You can get the Heroes or House M.D. first seasons for nearly the same price, but while with this set we get 312 minutes of entertainment, with those sets you get 1035 and 1050 minutes respectively. That's over three times as much content! This is the main reason this set doesn't get five stars from me. One would have to have a very convincing reason other than greed to justify this aspect of this set and other comparable sets.
So now comes the recommendation. To buy, or not to buy? That is the question. My heart yells a resounding "Yes!", but my mind says to be cautious with such a purchase. I bought this set largely to support the creation of the show itself, since I have already watched the entire series through fansubs I downloaded. This means that I already knew what I was getting in to and that I was already prepared to be gouged by FUNimation for such a measly amount of content. I wasn't sold on this series until around episode 30, which is approximately two sets away.
I'm an unrepentant downloader of fansubs and an equally zealous purchaser of the anime series I watch. I recommend a try before you buy approach. I strongly urge you to buy this set if you like the contents, since a purchase of the set is a vote for more One Piece!
EDIT: I paid $37 for this set and reviewed it with that price in mind, but a week after that the price went down to $22, which is a very good price for what you get. As long as the price stays down, don't pass this set up!
okay how will i start this review ? i watched one piece oh that was years and years ago it was aired on the UK on toonanime when i was at secondary school say 6th year it was the 4kids entertaiment edited version at that time i never heard of anime before and i didnt know what it was. at that time the Tv show that i became a fan of was Dragonballz and that was new to the UK along with one piece i remeber watching a few episode then i think i stop watching it then when i went to collage they stop showing along with Dragonballz due to mild violence.
I was going buy the one piece dvd's viz meda but 4kids enteraiment cut all the violnece like blood and swearing. i read some of the reviews saying not to buy because its edited and not to waste your money so i kinda held back and waited to see if a new version of one piece would come out. Well now it has Funimation as uncut and unedited it, and its about time why did they take so long?.
one piece season 1 first voyage uncut unedited with better voice actors if you've watched this you'll recognizes some of the actors voice from Dragonall z. when funimation bring out new anime shows on dvd they only have 4 episodes on them but one piece season 1 first voyage it has 13 episodes which is good i really enjoyed watching and couldnt stop laughing.
for one piece fans or if your new to the show the main character is Moneky D .Luffy known as straw hat who wants to be king of the pirates thats going to travil to the grand line and find the legendary one piece. Luffy ate the devil fruit that gives him incredable powers he has the ability stretch his body like rubber but theres one problem he cant swim thats his biggest weakness.
But before he can adventure out to the grand line he must find a crew first his first crew member is the GREAT SWORDSMAN PIRATE HUNTER RORONOA ZORO who his been held by the marines Luffy fights agaisnt the captain of the marines called morgan who makes his navey town fear him Luffy and Zoro team up and defeat him. the first friend that Luffy makes is a boy called Koby who work as a cabin boy for a ugly pirate called Alvida Luffy defeats her easiy and Koby joins the the marines.
episode 4 you find out about Luffy past in how he got his straw hat from his hero red-haired shanks who is a pirate plus eating the devil fruit Shanks tells Luffy to promise him to return his straw hat in perfect condation. as the episodes gose on Luffy and Zoro fight againt a terrifing powerful captain buggy the clown pirate that also eat a devil fruit that his body can chop up into piece also they meet a girl called Nami who steal other pirates treasures and she's also a navigator she steals buggys map to the grand line Luffy defeats Buggy and him Zoro and Nami set off for a new adventure they meet another charater called Usopp know as captain Usopp Luffy knew his father when he was a kid but Usopp is a honorable lair who would run through his town yelling pirtes are coming the town people get fed up with his lies. Then Usopp and Luffy see's Kaya butler Kuro talking to the weird friend Jango who is a hypnotist and shock to find out Kuro is captain of the black cat pirates his polt is to kill miss Kaya and take her money and destroy the town.
Usopp runs back to the village to warn everyone but they dont listen because they all know he's telling lies again he tries to tell Kaya but dosent believe him that Kuro wouldnt do such a thing she thinks its one of Usopps stories. Usopp get shot up Merry and heads back to shore to help Luffy and Zoro fight the black cat pirates on the slope. Then Kaya gets told the truth about her Butler from Merry that he really is a pirate that he going to kill her and take her money .
Luffy end up put to sleep by Jango so Zoro is left to fight the terrifing duo meowban brothers then when you think things couldnt get worse captain Kuro appears at the battle and he's not very happy his own crew are terrifed of him so whats going to happen next? well i'll just have to wait till the next one piece season 1 boxset come out.
oh here here is featuring the all new funmation voice cast
Monkey D. Luffy voiced by Colleen Clinkbeard
Roronoa Zoro voiced by Christopther R. Sabat
Nami voiced by Luci Christian
Sanji voiced by Eric vale
Tony Tony chopper voiced by Brina Palencia
Usopp voiced by Sonny Strait
Nico Robin voiced by Stephaine young
i really ejoyed watching the 13 episodes it was worth the wait thanks Funimation looking forward to the rest of one piece series.
if your a one piece fan get the uncut version.
That's not to say that this boxset doesn't have it's problems. To be honest I really can't stand Luffy's american voice. I know it's a woman doing the voice work and it's definitely hard to hit some of Luffy's notes, so it's not her fault entirely. It's still better than the 4kids Luffy though, in fact, all of the voices are better. But the first time I heard Luffy yell "I SLEPT SO GREAT!" I cringed. The voice does get better by the end of the boxset as she is settling in to her role though. The amazon price is excellent and definitely worth the price but the regular listed price goes for $50. $50 for 13 episodes is a lot of money, which brings me to the biggest problem. The series began running in Japan in 1999 and is still going today. As of July 6th, 2008, there are 361 episodes to this series, and a new episode airs just about eveyr week. That brings me to my biggest point. This series probably won't be coming back to TV, and if it did it would be edited again, so to continue to buy each boxset and watch every episode is a major time and money investment. As with all series of this nature, until the main cast of characters fills out the series starts off slow and gets better, but this show is definitely a commitment. If you fall in love with the show from the start then you might think that's worth it, but just be warned of that.
Overall though I think this series is fantastic and Funimation has done a great job of saving this series. For $20 you really should just give it a try.