A.J. Touch ;21
Long Beach, CA
University of Hawaii: Manoa
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I only reblog art that utilize awesome techniques or have beautiful styles that I could reference or learn from. The post that I make on my own are usually stupid ass rants from my own life. They're mostly angry :O
It’s obvious what happened to Luffy during his surgery…
-Hancock mentions being WORRIED about Luffy’s “HEART” at one point -Law claims that he has no obligation to save him when asked about Luffy’s condition. -It can clearly be seen Luffy’s beating heart in Law’s hands -he begins sweating when Luffy’s friend SILVER’S RAYLEIGH appears -Law is known as the “SURGEON OF DEATH” -Apoo mentions that Law is known for his cruelty -They’re called the “HEART pirates”… enough said!
This week’s chapter has confirmed it all. Law owns Luffy’s heart. Whether he turned it into the marines or not, has yet to be confirmed.
(I just know I honestly never liked him from his introduction. Ever since he was introduced, a shadow loomed over his eyes. I mean Luffy’s eyes are barely ever shadowed when his strawhat is on… But indeed, I always KNEW he was a fishy bastard. )
It should be noted that the character Mr.2 Bon Clay and other gags of One Piece like the chopsticks inside the nose and mouth, were influenced/inspired by a hand full of Ken Shimura’s comedy routines, as many have been confirmed by Eiichiro Oda. The relationship Ken Shimura has with his actors in his skits are much like Luffy and his crew.
Ken Shimura’sBaka Tono-Sama is a comedy act about a demented feudal lord during the Edo period. It is a variety show where they perform all sorts of jokes, parodies, and gags including: farting, sex, boredom, adventures, daily life, cooking, dancing, and the most random skits anyone can think of. He is often scolded in every episode by his head adviser, 4 assistant advisers, 3 concubines who often change in every episode, and his best girl friend Yuka who is as absent minded and demented as he is.
Ken Shimura is known as one of Japan’s greatest comedians of all time, and it isn’t a surprise to find his influence in much of Japan’s humorous pop culture.