One Piece WT100, a diorama to celebrate the super ranking - Review

One Piece WT100, a diorama to celebrate the super ranking - Review

One Piece WT100

Let's go back to talking about One Piece with the new diorama consisting of three statues from the Figuarts Zero line by Tamashii Nations. You will surely have seen the image from which the figures are taken recently because it was also included as a bonus in the collector's edition of the number 100 of One Piece and was created by the master Eichiro Oda to celebrate the One Piece WT100 (World Top 100) or the first world ranking of approval involving all the characters of One Piece. As you may have guessed from the figures we have come to review, the first three characters to win the podium were: Monkey D. Luffy, Roronoa Zoro and Nami. Yes ... in the diorama together with Luffy there is also the little Chopper but this is a secondary aspect, in reality Chopper was only awarded the sixteenth place. The statues of Monkey D. Luffy, Roronoa Zoro and Nami, which can be purchased separately, can be placed side by side, making the bases adhere as much as possible to form a single diorama that perfectly reproduces the poses that we find in Oda's illustration .

One Piece WT100 - The complete ranking

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# 1 Monkey D. Luffy

# 2 Roronoa Zoro

# 3 Nami

Nami is the only one of the group to have an effect that can enrich the figure. No instructions are required to attach it, just a pinch of intuition and patience since the joint has a specific shape and can only be hooked in one way. As she figures she is also the tallest of the group, slender, sinuous and very fierce, she holds her special stick while summoning the lightning that will go towards the enemy. Nami's shapes reflect the sources and both in her hair, beautiful and loose, and in her dress, a classic feminine kimono but covered in armor. Nami is the symbol of an emancipated woman who is not afraid to face dangers together with her fellow adventurers and although she is not in possession of particular powers, she has always accompanied Luffy on a thousand adventures. Nami is the last of the group of figures and thanks to her we have composed the diorama depicting the central part of the One Piece WT100 celebratory poster. Taken individually, she has some painting defects, small smudges even in her face, but if seen with the whole group she makes a great impression.

Video review

One Piece Cosplay Taps Into Yamato's Best Look

One Piece is thriving these days thanks to its Wano saga, so it is hard to pick out which part of the story has been its best to date. Of course, some think Luffy vs Kaido is the highlight while others might point to Yamato's debut as the true winner. In fact, the character has become a quick favorite with fans around the world, and one cosplayer is going viral thanks to their spot-on version of Yamato right now.

The look comes courtesy of Holly (geordiehollyxo) over on Instagram. As you can see below, the cosplayer has got the fandom buzzing over their take on Yamato, and fans admit this makeover only makes Kaido's kid a bigger favorite than ever before.

The focal point of this cosplay comes down to Yamato's wig as the white-blue hairpiece looks like it was pulled straight from the anime. Adorned with curved horns, Yamato is rocking some dramatic eye makeup, and the rest of their outfit is spot on to the show. From their vest to their waist tie and jewelry, Yamato is a dead ringer for the anime in this photoshoot, so you can see why fans are impressed.

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This isn't Holly's first time taking One Piece for a spin, so you can check out the cosplayer's other looks if you'd like! You can find them over on Instagram here.

What do you think of this fan's take on Yamato? Are there are One Piece pirates you'd be down to cosplay? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or hit me up on Twitter @MeganPetersCB.

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