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The conflict at Rasetsu Town sure is heating up. Right now, Law has his own problem to deal with. Not only is Bepo missing, but Hawkins can transfer any damage done to him to Law's crewmates. Let's wait to see how Law and Hawkin's powers fair against each other. Hiyori came close to getting captured, but fortunately she has her own knight in shiny armor. I love the look on Sanji's face when he saw Hiyori with Zoro. Is Sanji and Drake going to finish their battle or is Drake going to let Sanji slip away again? On another note, Shutenmaru has found out about Kin'emon's ploy. Shutenmaru says he wants to show Kin'emon something, so does that mean he is going to come around? And now back to the drama at Udon. I can't believe Queen allowed Big Mom to land a huge hit on him so quickly. I say this is the best time for Luffy to escape with the prisoners. If Big Mom's craving sickness starts, no one in Udon will be safe. However, Big Mom can't be left alone and would need to be stopped. If Luffy will not fight a berserk Big Mom, then he should escape and leave Big Mom to Queen and Kaido. Once he hears about Big Mom's presence, no way is Kaido going to sit still. If Kaido deals with Big Mom, then that would be a weight off of Chopper's chest as he won't have to worry about Big Mom regaining her memories. If Kaido is not going to kill Big Mom, then since he can fly in his dragon form, he could pick Big Mom up and throw her out of Wano.

Ghost Fighter 2018 OVA Screenshots Are Out

Makers of the anime “Ghost Fighter” (Yu Yu Hakusho) gave a sneak peak of the upcoming original video animation (OVA), which will premiere in October. It was also made to celebrate the franchise’s 25th anniversary. Several screengrabs from the upcoming “Ghost Fighter” OVA were released by Bandai Namco Arts as a teaser for fans. The OVA will debut at Toho Cinemas during the Anime Film Festival Tokyo 2018, which will will run from Oct. 6 to 22, according to a Bandai Namco Arts statement via Anime News Network. This new installment to the “Ghost Fighter” franchise were adapted from the stories “Two Shot” and “All or Nothing” from the manga comic. “Two Shot” focuses on how Kurama (Dennis) and Hiei (Vincent) met, while “All or Nothing” has the main cast reunite to take care of a hostage crisis in the spirit world.

What the hell happened to Eugene's hair?
When did Alfred's weapon, the Spirit Sword, become the Spirit Arm?
Is this screenshot the only one faithful to the source material?
Since when did Vincent's third eye start glowing?
Are you sure this isn't the hentai version?
Is this Jenny?
Where did the rest of Dennis' long locks go?
Does Dennis really look better with a cleaner cut?
What's up with everyone having short hair?
Will one of the anime's biggest mysteries—Dennis' gender—finally be answered?
Will Taguro give a cameo?
Will the OVA live up to the hype?
I guess we'll just have to wait until the release of the special Blu-ray box set for all our questions to be answered!

Most of the original staff from the TV anime returned to produce the OVA. This included director and story boarder Noriyuki Abe from studio Pierrot, the studio responsible for the anime series. Voice actors Nozomu Sasaki (Yusuke Urameshi/Eugene), Shigeru Chiba (Kazuma Kuwabara/Alfred), Megumi Ogata (Kurama/Vincent) and Nobuyuki Hiyama (Hiei/Vincent) also reprised their respective roles. After the theater premiere, the OVA will be available on the 25th Anniversary Blu-ray Box collection and will begin shipping on Oct. 26 in Japan. “Yu Yu Hakusho,” the manga by “Hunter x Hunter” creator Yoshihiro Togashi, debuted in 1990 and was serialized until 1994 on Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump. It was later adopted as an anime in 1992 by Studio Pierrot and ran until 1994. The English-language version renamed the title to “Ghost Fighter,” which eventually made its way to the Philippines in Tagalog-dubbed format during the mid 1990s. It proved popular to Filipinos, prompting a rerun in 1999. Its fandom has continued to be strong up to this day.

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