Monday, 27 May 2013

One Piece 710 Spoiler and Summary


Everything we thought of what will happen in One Piece 708 and 709 Spoiler and Summary were not really happened. That makes us excited because Oda created the One Piece with a great story line, not even the comic geek like us can really predict what will going to happen in every One Piece Spoiler and Summary.

On the One Piece 710 Spoiler and Summary, we suppose to be able to see Luffy in action. But judging from the last page of One Piece 709 chapter King Punch, Franky was speaking to the robot and planning a scheme to destroy the factory together. Saying that, we are very positive that on the next One Piece 710 Spoiler and Summary it should be Franky scene. Probably we are not going to see any of Luffy's fight here until Joker is arrived, the scene should be ended with Luffy winning and possessing the mera mera fruit.

It is time for other character to show up in One Piece 710 Spoiler and Summary, it's good to learn what Franky and the little robot can do since they have some common goal. One Piece 710 Spoiler and Summary could be a robot and cyborg alliance this time, maybe Franky has some other dangerous weapon beside of the laser  beam itself. If there are some automated bomb which can fly to the targeted point, it could be the most amazing of Franky show. His body shape is quite big enough, we believe the reason for it must be a weapon storage. We want to see more of Franky invention in One Piece 710 Spoiler and Summary, it must be funny creation with serious effect. Show us some of Franky power Mr.Oda...

Franky scene should cover at least 1 or 2 chapter, that means One Piece 710 & 711 Spoiler and Summary. Not much of details of Franky scene now, but we expect new enemies will be introduced in the process of destroying the factory. Franky is very confident in destroying it, maybe he could do something like what Law did destroying the SAD room back then. The more we speak about it the more we cannot wait for the One Piece 710 Spoiler and Summary to turn out.

We don't think there are any sight for the other team in the One Piece 710 Spoiler and Summary. So what happen to the other is still in question, but at least Zoro has seen a fairy. Judging from his past reaction, maybe the fairy he saw is an old and ugly fairy hahahah. Sanji is lost in his random love now, what happen to him could be still in raw. From the last chapter he was keep protecting the girl Velvet, we don't know if she is really weak or super strong yet and there is no clue for that answer in One Piece 710 Spoiler and Summary.

Give us your response and suggestion, please share to others readers if you happen to know early about the One Piece 710 Spoiler and Summary.


Saturday, 4 May 2013

One Piece 708 Spoiler and Summary

No One Piece chapter 708 was really a pain to most of the fans including me, everyday we keep looking for the source of One Piece 708 Spoiler. As soon as we get the latest One Piece 708 Spoiler, then we will post it here immediately. But if any of you got the One Piece 708 Spoiler early, please share to us here by posting it on the comments area (texts and links are ok).

Meanwhile lets talk about what will happen in the One Piece 708 Spoiler, with the appearance of “The Fighting King” Elizabello things become more complicated. More and more famous people being introduced, I feel like the whole One Piece story line style has changed dramatically after the 2 years of time skip. Before this it was all about of their journey to recruit new member, I wonder what are happening next. I don't like this so called king who only can use one punch, I want him to lose in One Piece 708 Spoiler. His objective to win and fighting style have nothing to respect.

The Corrida Coliseum is taking too much of time, it will take a very long time to finish this arc. The situation will only get worst if Luffy won the battle there, but that's how One Piece operate being complicated in a way that everyone can understand easily, The block B should finish in One Piece 708 Spoiler, I support Bellamy to be the winner in One Piece 708 Spoiler.

The Block B preliminary reminds me of White Beard crew, full of big and strong people and many of them really look like a beast. The new world is a real story where only the strongest live, the weak people can live only under the protection of strong forces. If One Piece 708 Spoiler get out early, the first think I want to check Hyakudanhack the Fishman. He is Jimbe friend but what is he doing in the arena, what is his purpose to fight there alone. I hope I can get the explaination in One Piece 708 Spoiler.

Previously we had seen long hand tribe, and now Blue Gilly appear from long legged tribe. What else we can see in One Piece 708 Spoiler, too much information in just one arc hahaha. One Piece 708 Spoiler become more and more wanted, some One piece maybe in dying mood waiting for  One Piece 708 Spoiler to release. It's all because of  One Piece 708 Spoiler popularity among us, who get the information will be the first fan to be happy.

I almost forget about Straw Hat Luffy, I wonder what will happen since his identity was exposed by the one big guy. He was claiming that he had a fierce battle with Garp (Luffy grandpa) in the past. Is he an ally or an enemy in One Piece 708 Spoiler, I want him to be an ally to Straw Hat at least until this arc finish. I can tell his power is on par with the admiral, what kind of fight in One Piece 708 Spoiler with these kind of all strong people? It makes me cannot wait for One Piece 708 Spoiler to get release..


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