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how'd you get into one piece

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How'd you get into One Piece?
through a recommendation
tried on a whim
watched the anime (4Kids, Funi, Jap, etc)
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Post #600765
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2:15 am, May 27 2013
Posts: 29

I was wondering people got into One Piece. I got into 8 years ago when I watched an episode on cartoon network. It was the one where they were fighting arlong's men. It peaked my interest and I started reading the manga. Well, I think that's how I did if I remember correctly. smile wink grin

Post #600772

2:46 am, May 27 2013
Posts: 128

I knew it was popular and asked my younger brother if he thought it was good.

Post #600789

5:54 am, May 27 2013
Posts: 184

I watched it years ago on TOONAMI(Cartoon Network), then about a year ago my friend kept bugging me to read it. And now I read it every week.

The same thing applies to Naruto and Bleach.

Post #601128
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5:27 pm, May 29 2013
Posts: 320

Been reading OP since I was 12. I am 22 years old today. Just picked it up by a whim after I read DragonBall.

Post #601131
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6:06 pm, May 29 2013
Posts: 920

Saw how popular it was on onemanga and decided to give it a read/watch, don't remember if I checked the anime or manga first, gave up but could not resist retrying some times later and I don't regret having done so.

Post #601133

6:16 pm, May 29 2013
Posts: 129

I was at a frinds home, and partied biggrin
Then before going to sleep i stumbled over some volumes of one piece and began reading, and became hooked bigrazz

Post #601203
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A daydreamer

3:37 am, May 30 2013
Posts: 53

Toonami, which also introduced me to every other mainstream anime lol...ah...good times...oh wait, it's back XD come to think of it, I wonder if there's a toonami thread...TO THE SEARCH ENGINE!

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Noblesse Forever!

4:54 am, May 30 2013
Posts: 1067

Was reading an article on Dragon Ball which said it had inspired many popular works such as Dragon Ball, Naruto, etc.... OP's rating and Naruto's popularity made me read them later on.

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Post #601217
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5:53 am, May 30 2013
Posts: 287

Got hooked when it aired on CN... didn't even know what an anime was... at that time laugh

Post #601278
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2:30 pm, May 30 2013
Posts: 838

i was bored, saw one episode from kaizoku fansubs... 90 or something went to anidb to read a review found it had a manga and downloaded 1st vol (a lot faster than anime as my connection is kind of weak)

Post #601284

2:59 pm, May 30 2013
Posts: 56

I was in Germany, and all alone at home during the day. Only things worth watching were documentaries on ProSieben and Anime on RTL II.

It introduced me to Sailor Moon, Dragon Ball, Shaman King, Monster Rancher, Detective Conan, Hamtaro and of course One Piece (Pokemon too, if you want to count that).

Got back to the Netherlands and got interested in continuing Anime (they had this awesome Anime called Shinzo eek .
When discussing this wonder with my Chinese friends, they introduced me to Manga such as DN Angel and Rave Master biggrin which later brought me to the scanlation scene, starting with SnoopyCool and this awesome #Lurk database (IRC was so cool to learn) and the anime from Dattebayo laugh

I've stopped watching anime though smile

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Demon Child

3:04 pm, May 30 2013
Posts: 125

watched the one piece marathon on cartoon network
when i was a kid

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Post #601286

3:04 pm, May 30 2013
Posts: 66

stumbled on the manga at my cousin's house.
Since I was bored,I decided to read it
and here I am now, still following the manga

Post #601288

3:07 pm, May 30 2013
Posts: 133

It was airing on TV, so I started watching and couldn't stop biggrin

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Post #601300

5:01 pm, May 30 2013
Posts: 1041

98/00 something
someone recomended it over at Toriyama World[i think] in a kenshin thread
[since i loved kenshin i just had to try it out]

I tried it
it was awful[the first volume is just ...BAD]

2k1 or so i gave it another try
and pretty much right after volume1 it start to get funny/good
i have been a fan since

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