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One Piece 3d Gekisou Trap Coaster


One Piece 3D Gekisou Trap Coaster




One Piece 3D Gekisou Trap Coaster is a short animated film based on the popular manga and anime series One Piece. It was released in December 2011 and shown in selected 3D theaters across Japan. The film features the Straw Hat Pirates as they encounter a mysterious trap coaster that leads them to a thrilling adventure.


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Plot




The film begins with the Straw Hat Pirates sailing on the Thousand Sunny. Luffy, the captain, spots a large island with a roller coaster on it. He decides to go there and have some fun, despite the warnings of Nami, the navigator. The rest of the crew follows him, except for Robin, who stays on the ship.


As they enter the island, they are greeted by a man named Bonbon, who claims to be the manager of the amusement park. He invites them to ride the trap coaster, which he says is the most exciting attraction in the park. He also tells them that they can win a treasure if they complete the ride. Luffy accepts the challenge and boards the coaster, along with Zoro, Sanji, Chopper, Usopp, Franky, and Brook.


However, as soon as the ride starts, they realize that it is not a normal coaster, but a trap filled with dangers and obstacles. They have to dodge cannonballs, spikes, flames, and other hazards as they speed through the track. Along the way, they also encounter some familiar enemies, such as Buggy, Mr. 3, Wapol, Foxy, and Hody Jones. They manage to overcome them with their skills and teamwork.


Meanwhile, Robin notices that something is wrong with Bonbon. She discovers that he is actually a robot controlled by someone else. She follows him to a hidden room, where she finds out that the mastermind behind the trap coaster is none other than Caesar Clown, a former scientist of the World Government who escaped from Punk Hazard. He reveals that he lured the Straw Hats to the island to test his new weapon, a gas bomb that can explode with tremendous force. He plans to use it to destroy the island and kill everyone on it.


Robin tries to stop him, but he activates the bomb and escapes on a flying balloon. Robin contacts Luffy and warns him about the bomb. Luffy tells her to get off the island as soon as possible. He then decides to chase after Caesar and stop him from detonating the bomb.


Luffy jumps off the coaster and uses his rubber powers to stretch his arms and grab Caesar's balloon. He pulls himself towards him and confronts him in mid-air. Caesar tries to fend him off with his gas abilities, but Luffy manages to punch him hard and knock him out. He then grabs the bomb and throws it away from the island.


The bomb explodes in the sky, creating a huge mushroom cloud. Luffy falls back to the island, where he is caught by his friends. They celebrate their victory and rejoice for being alive. They then find out that the treasure that Bonbon promised them was actually a pile of candy. They decide to eat it anyway and enjoy themselves.


Production




One Piece 3D Gekisou Trap Coaster was produced by Toei Animation as a special 3D short film for selected theaters in Japan. It was directed by Hiroyuki Satou and written by Hirohiko Uesaka. The original creator of One Piece, Eiichiro Oda, was also involved in the production as a supervisor. The film features the original voice cast of the anime series.


The film was first announced in October 2011 as part of a collaboration project between Toei Animation and Lagunasia, a theme park in Aichi Prefecture. It was later revealed that it would also be shown at other locations, such as Huis Ten Bosch in Nagasaki Prefecture, Yokohama Landmark Tower in Kanagawa Prefecture, and NTT CRED Hall in Hiroshima Prefecture. The film ran from December 1, 2011 to February 27, 2012.


Reception




One Piece 3D Gekisou Trap Coaster received mixed reviews from fans and critics. Some praised the film for its animation, action, and humor, while others criticized it for its short length, lack of plot, and recycled villains. The film has a score of 6.82 out of 10 on MyAnimeList, based on 9,071 user ratings.


References







  • : [ONE PIECE 3D! Trap Coaster One Piece Wiki Fandom]




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