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    Thanks Redon for the scans, here is the translation: https://dawnofonepiece.com/one-piece-vol-93-sbsgallery/
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    "awakened her old memories and had a big impact on the battle"

    I take this as the food is from Linlin's childhood, so it took it awakened her memories and she was distracted long enough, so all the fighting could go better without her. How would the escape go, if the food was just okay. BM would if liked it and got to the SH crew b4 they escaped. Instead, it was really good and coincidentally a taste from her childhood, that made her reminisce long enough to take her out of the battle.

    Just noticed that Ahiru has a mech arm like Queen.

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    Cool that Whitebeard's halberd is a supreme Meito. I suppose Napoleon and Gryphon are too.

    Dunno if they would count Kaido's club; since it's not a blade.

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    That tanuki joke is so great and so Oda.

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    So Iva is the commander of the grandline division, this is super important can't believe I only found out about this now! I was wondering why a guy who seemed so close to Dragon and was on par with Kuma in terms of fighting power wasn't even considered one of the commanders, and inazuma has an important role too!

    now I want to know who are the rest of the deputy commanders

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    ONE PIECE VOLUME 93 RAW



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    Quote Originally Posted by fana View Post
    Queen looks even more like Rufus. I expect him even more to be a fat martial artist archetype (Tekken's Bob would be another example - also blonde).

    Pic of Rufus:
    I think someone in the spoilers thread compared him to Obelix when he first appeared, he looks like an Obelix with Asterix's hair color to me. Since they're vikings and Oda loves those he may have based Queen and many other wacky designs on them.

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  9. #69

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaizoku_Ou View Post
    Since they're vikings
    I'm always gonna back some Asterix love but you're not even in the ballpark on this one lmao

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    As a French guy, reading Asterix and Obelix being called Vikings hurts a lot.

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    They had a whole story about being visited by actual vikings for crying out loud!

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    LOL sorry about that, I never read the comics, only watched the cartoon when I was very young (younger than 9) so the memory is a bit fuzzy I had to google the names for the right spelling. I think I got it mixed up with Vicky the viking which I also watched ages ago.


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    Or something like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaizoku_Ou View Post
    LOL sorry about that, I never read the comics, only watched the cartoon when I was very young (younger than 9) so the memory is a bit fuzzy I had to google the names for the right spelling. I think I got it mixed up with Vicky the viking which I also watched ages ago.


    I mean, it really wouldn't shock me one bit if Oda was an Asterix fan. His way of packing every scene with jokes and puns has the same energy as classic Asterix (and I would love to see a One Piece translation as dedicated to keeping the jokes functional as the English Asterix translation). The visual match between Oda and Queen is also pretty telling. The thing with their nationality was just too much of a swing and a miss not to point out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain M View Post
    They had a whole story about being visited by actual vikings for crying out loud!
    There is also the one when they travel to America.
    That tome has one my favorite joke when they try to put the / and the randomly but it is idefix and the viking dog who succeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kdom View Post
    There is also the one when they travel to America.
    That tome has one my favorite joke when they try to put the / and the randomly but it is idefix and the viking dog who succeed
    Asterix had some amazing lettering jokes. I loved the running gag of the symbols they used for swear words changing slightly for every new culture. The bit with that and the interpreter from Asterix the Legionary (I think) was solid gold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain M View Post
    Asterix had some amazing lettering jokes. I loved the running gag of the symbols they used for swear words changing slightly for every new culture. The bit with that and the interpreter from Asterix the Legionary (I think) was solid gold.
    Asterix the legionary is probably my favourite. And yes Goscinny was a genius. Also he was a true talent discover for French/Belgium comics when he was Pilote magazine redactor in chief so yeah we owe him a lot.

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    He is french/japanese

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kdom View Post
    Asterix the legionary is probably my favourite. And yes Goscinny was a genius. Also he was a true talent discover for French/Belgium comics when he was Pilote magazine redactor in chief so yeah we owe him a lot.
    I'm obviously more of a weeb now, but my passion for comics can be traced back to the French and Belgian things that every primary school library was obligated to keep a full set of. Asterix and Tintin are some of the earliest independent reading I can remember. I don't know if I could choose a favourite Asterix overall; the Goscinny era produced too many hits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain M View Post
    I'm obviously more of a weeb now, but my passion for comics can be traced back to the French and Belgian things that every primary school library was obligated to keep a full set of. Asterix and Tintin are some of the earliest independent reading I can remember. I don't know if I could choose a favourite Asterix overall; the Goscinny era produced too many hits.
    Well in this year of moon anniversary, Tintin is certainly far from being outdated. I could advise you some titles privatly if you are interested unless you want to keep your weebitude intact :-)
    A good start would be A Sea of Love by Lupano and Panaccione which was nominee to the Eisner awards. It didn't win but it is absolutely wonderful (well everything Lupano does is great) and has the immense advantage of needing 0 translation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kdom View Post
    Well in this year of moon anniversary, Tintin is certainly far from being outdated. I could advise you some titles privatly if you are interested unless you want to keep your weebitude intact :-)
    A good start would be A Sea of Love by Lupano and Panaccione which was nominee to the Eisner awards. It didn't win but it is absolutely wonderful (well everything Lupano does is great) and has the immense advantage of needing 0 translation.
    Tintin is a timeless body of work honestly. I love that it's the kind of thing that grows with the reader. As in, when you're a kid they're mostly just fun adventure stories, but you come back as an adult with an actual understanding of the historical context and it takes on a whole other dimension.

    I'll give Sea of Love a look when I get the chance. I haven't gotten properly into a European comic since I read Blacksad a few years ago, it's been all Japan and America on my radar lately.

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