– One Piece – Tutti all’Arrembaggio
– Tutti All’arrembaggio
– Ван Пис
– ون بيس
– Wan Pīsu
– ONE PIECE （ワンピース）
– Lastik Çocuk
– Ντρέικ και το Κυνήγι του Θησαυρού
– וואן פיס
– Budak Getah
– Большой куш
– Великий куш
– وان پیس
– ওয়ান পিস্
– Tek parça
– Едно Цяло
– Одним куском
– Уан Пийс
The second season of One Piece is mainly used for planting seeds to be further expanded on in the later seasons.
The animation is consistent with the first season. The catchy themes “Believe” by Folder5 and “Run! Run! Run!” by Maki Otsuki continue to the second season. Two more ending themes were introduced in this season, “Watashi ga Iru Yo” (私がいるよ, lit. “I Am Right Here!”) by Tomato Cube and “Shouchi no Suke” (しょうちのすけ, lit. “That’s a Fact!”) by Shōjo Suitei. Both new songs will burrow into your brain and will remain there for a while, especially “Shouchi no Suke”.
This season start with the story of the whale that was left behind, and will later be revisited in the later season (I won’t spoil it here). This season is also the prequel of the Alabasta arc, where we will be introduced to another new crew member.
We are also given some story on what is going on with Coby and Helmeppo, whom we’ve met in the first season. It does feel a little like filler episodes, but it is important for us to know these characters are following their own dream and not just cast aside.
The Straw Hat crew continue on their journey, where they met the two giants, Dorry and Broggy. This short arc on this island will also be revisited in the later season.
One good thing about this short season is there are no filler episodes.
Though the season was short and not a lot of major actions, I still recommend it to the fan of the series. One Piece contains moderate graphic violence and suggestive themes/dialogs. Intended for young adults.
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One Piece Season 2 (2001)
A collection of notable music and song from this series.
– “Watashi ga Iru Yo” (私がいるよ, lit. “I Am Right Here!”) by Tomato Cube (ep 63-73)
– “Shouchi no Suke” (しょうちのすけ, lit. “That’s a Fact!”) by Shōjo Suitei (eps 74+)
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