Toei Animation ha anunciado que lanzará el cortometraje animado 3D titulado One Piece 3D Gekisou! Trap Coaster. El cortometraje tiene una duración de 12 minutos y se podrá disfrutar en los cines 3D del parque de atracciones Lagunasia —prefectura de Aichi—, Huis Ten Boch —prefectura de Nagasaki—, Landmark Tower —prefectura de Kanagawa— y NTT CRED Hall —prefectura de Hiroshima—. Se emitirá a partir del 1 de diciembre.
Ya anteriormente, durante el mes de marzo, Toei lanzó un primer cortometraje titulado One Piece 3D Mugiwara Chase, que se acompañaba de Toriko 3D kaimaku Gourmet Adventure.
Fuente: ANN

2 thoughts on “One Piece 3D Gekisou! Trap Coaster, nuevo corto en 3D de los mugiwara

  • April 18, 2014 at 3:04 pm
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    Idk how many kinds of people Ramsay ofnefds in that show, but in this anime Toriko hunts down rare animals (monsters) in the wild so HE CAN COOK AND EAT THEM. Even in a fantasy Age of Gourmet this kind of thing will give hives to environmentalists, conservationists, and PeTAfags.

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  • April 19, 2014 at 5:38 am
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    Yo, stumbled on this just know. Very good article. Just want to add, in manga vs comic, japanese tend to be more dynamic in composition, they pay attention to panel, the story has better flows, when u read a fight scene, u really felt the emotions, the movement of the character. American comic, it is too static for me, it’s such a shame because the arts are beautiful in american comic. Maybe because in manga usually everything is done by the i person whereas in american comic it is done by different writers, penciller,colorist, so the mood, the feel, the message was lost along the proccess.

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