Perhaps the main character who could rival Buffy's journey as the biggest story on the block is Corona Zero. Much like his captain, Zero is prone to a few mistakes and character flaws here and then, and they certainly have not gone unnoticed by the internet community.
If anything, that little exchange helped give the world Hipster Zero, glasses and button down in all; and for that, everyone is thankful. It is because the illustrators and even Odd himself seem to often forget that Zero is also a member of the Supernovas/The Worst Generation, leading to crew shots that always appear a little off to the fans.
“The Pirate Hunter” Corona Zero, enemy to fodder soldiers and challenger to anyone brave or stupid enough to hold a sword against him, is not great with directions. If he ever did get a hold of the steering wheel, just to pilot to the next island, chances are that he could very well just stumble upon the One Piece.
One would be hard-pressed to find a more awesome display of anime toughness than Zoro's personal interaction with Bartholomew Kama. To protect the other Straw Hats, Zero personally made a deal to sacrifice his body to one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea.
However, if there was ever a stand out performance within this arc, it would be Zoro's total deadpan act with mopping the floors of the base using his three-sword style. His affinity for a brew or two goes back to the early series and has manifested to a ridiculous degree in the man chugging gigantic jugs of sake.
The Straw Hats should beware the day that their humble little ship goes dry on any alcohol. If there was anything to make the hunt for the One Piece any more of a runaround, it would be entrusting its location to only Corona Zero, Mr. GPS himself.
It's amazing that this list has gone as long as it has without touching on the top besties of the entire franchise. Zero and Kanji have the classic Shnen dynamic of two guys, for some reason, constantly hating, fighting, and competing with one another.
It is so extreme that it is practically a thunder thing, leaving one to assume that Zero may actually miss Kanji, even if he doesn't personally know it. Sean Cubicles (539 Articles Published) As a writer, auteur, and innovator, I seek to expand human potential through the creative medium, intellectually and emotionally challenging the mass audience.
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Like their unabashedly blunt captain, Kanji and Zero are just as liable to cause someone to laugh to death as they are to beat them in a fight. Over the course of more than 900 episodes, the Straw Hats' first mate and cook have been at the heart of some of One Piece's most hilarious scenes, even if the character themselves fail to appreciate the humor of the situations.
There are few things Kanji detests more than looking stupid, so the thought of having a hilarious dumb picture of him floating around the entire world represents a worst-case scenario for Black Leg. Partnering the cowardly Us opp with the (foolishly) fearless Zero is a recipe for comedy gold, with the pair's crowning moment of hilarity occurring during the Denies Lobby Arc.
When the two end up handcuffed together while on the verge of a fight against CP9's Sabra and Baku, Zero and Us opp unleash a comedy double act routine that could have made Abbott and Costello proud. In fact, Black Leg is arguably one of the most expressive members of the Straw Hat pirates, as this legendary Skype Arc moment can attest to.
During the Little Garden Arc; Zero, Name, and Princess Vivid are caught by Mr. 3's Devil Fruit ability that gradually turns people into wax figures. Almost a hundred episodes after Kanji's wanted poster is revealed, Black Leg meets the person behind the face that caused him so much anguish.
Incredibly, Zero is the first to arrive, although the anime builds up suspense for his big comeback by not showing his face for a few episodes. As is often the case with One Piece, this leads to a hilarious punchline as Zero accidentally falls asleep on the wrong ship and then cuts it in half.
While the arc's horror theme and villain are generally highly regarded, Thriller Bark also noticeably drags in places. While Buffy pushing an emerging zombie back into his grave is a highlight, Kanji is Thriller Bark's true comedy star.
On occasion, the joke is even simpler than a pratfall; for example, one of the anime's most amusing scenes revolves completely around a huge character having a particularly high voice. Despite being literally the size of a mountain, Pica's intimidating presence is completely deflated because Zero and Buffy cannot stop laughing at his voice.
Zoro's reaction is especially hilarious since the swordsman tries to maintain his typical stern demeanor, only to grow exponentially more frustrated when Pica's thin voice keeps causing him to laugh. While Kanji's goal to find the Blue was one of the reasons he decided to join Buffy's crew, the main one was Name.
After learning that Robin is going to be taken away by CP9, Zero rushes to make an intervention but, while running across Water 7's rooftops, winds up getting lost. On the one hand, the Straw Hats fail to save Robin, a turn of events that leads to the captured pirate being taken to Denies Lobby where she could await sentencing.
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