I felt that the scene with sanji was identical to scene with robin
ha?! pls more be specific bro! no offense..
Now that i look at it yaaa its same thing as robin chill😎
I completely disagree.But I do think the "I want to go back to Sunny" is misleading and unnecessary.
The reason why Sanji is crying is out of shame because as per usual Sanji is being his usual least selfish person in the world and he thinks that that is a shameful thing to be doing. Which is why he is surprised when Luffy just says thats who you are and accepts it. The last panel wasn't really needed and made it seem different then the actual problem at hand.
Idk if you noticed but one of Sanji's main traits in the series is self sacrifice and along with his chilvary, pervyness, and cooking make up his entire character and the reason he is so selfless is because he was treated like he was worthless in his younger days by his family so he looks at everything he does as a mistake and worthless which is why he is even ashamed of a respected trait as selflessness.
😰😰😰😰such a big response
i told u they both gonna destroying everything, including kick bm ass.
@The ASL Pirates , nice one, man.
I second that ^
I agree with The ASL Pirates, except with the first sentence. Come on guys, we cant say that that scene isnt the least bit similar to the Robins back in Enies Lobby arc.
Both Sanji and Robin lied to Luffy, they were both trying to hide their true desires, which happens to be the same (going back to Luffys ship and continuing on having adventures with him and tending to fulfill there goals and dreams together). It is so obvious! One more thing that is obvious beside their true desires, are their reasons why they hid those desires. And once again, it is the same: They both lied because they wanted to save the rest of the crew the troubles and danger. They were both reminded by Luffy that they can overcome those obstacles together. They were both forgiven by Luffy for lying. And in the end, they will hopefully both be saved without suffering some major casualties.
And not, it was definitely not unnecessary. The crew already knows that Luffy would do anything for them and to keep them as long they want it, but from time to time they have to be reminded. The problem with Sanji and his selfless and his thinking that it would be shameful to ask Luffy to help him after attacking his captain, The ASL Pirates already explained pointing on his character.
Although Luffy would have dragged him back regardless.
We wouldnt want luffy burning the kitchen again.
What do you think?