Wow, I wasn't expecting this much stuff crammed into this episode at all. I started it up thinking "let's see how they stretch this marineford scene over an entire episode."
Pretty cool episode I have to say. They held true to the canon material quite well. I was getting scared that the crucifixion scene was cut, but they came back and covered it nicely. The Marineford scene wasn't stretched out too long, and it expanded on the material quite nicely. All the canon stuff was well represented, too. I'm quite pleasantly surprised with this.
I'm also surprised that the crew is already back in the next episode. It looks like it will be partial filler and partial canon.
Why does Toei have to go all out on an episode that is mainly talk? In episodes like these your just looking at the people talk and in our case to read the subtitles, not state at the action scenes. It didn't bother me one bit nor did it seem to bother anybody else.
It seems like someone always has to complain about the anime. This is yet another reason why people on this forum piss me off sometimes.
Dude, it was a one paragraph complaint following two paragraphs of praise (or maybe 1.5 and 1.5). Relax. So someone has something they'd like to see done a little better/differently. It's not a big deal. People complain about the manga too.
And he's not saying they had to go all out. He's saying he didn't think a certain effect fit properly with certain scenes. It's not something to get hung up over, but it's not something to get upset at someone for pointing out, either.