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Our Favourite Anime Pirates

Monday 19th September 2016


Ahoy matey, it’s talk like a pirate day! ‘Ere be a list of our favourite anime pirates!

Yukkage
Arrrrrgghh! She be a scurvy slave master… highly dangerous ‘n all, it’s the scourge of the seven seas... Pirate Queen Yukkage! - Gargantia On The Verdurous Planet

 

Revy_blow
She be a sadistic, blood-thirsty megalomaniac… one of the most feared mercenaries in the seven seas! It’s the infamous gunfighter of the Lagoon Company… Two Hands Revy! - Black Lagoon

 

harlock
Avast Ye... lookie here, it’d be a harrrd task runnin’ a rig on this old salt. Contrary to the previous two, this charismatic space pirate be a man of his word and a man of honour, he is an exceptionally apt captain that commands the trust and respect of his crew… arggghh! It’s Space Pirate Captain Harlock!

 

Luffy
He be an aspiring Pirate King- as mad as a straw hatter ‘n as reckless as a “cannon bull” in a china shop… he’s our number one mischief-maker… Monkey D. Luffy! - One Piece

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One Piece Film: Z

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Destroy All Pirates!
Said to be comparable to the Ancient Weapons of old, the Marines' trump card, the Dyna Stones, have suddenly been stolen by a group of renegade vigilantes. The terrifyingly powerful man responsible, former Marine Admiral Z, now stands in the path of Luffy and his Straw Hat Pirates. Can the Straw Hats defeat Z and his crew, or will the New World meet its end at the hands of this mad man?
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.

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