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07:51 - You can see that Franky's left shoulder says "BF" and the right one says "36" -- in other words, BF-36, or Battle Franky 36. The latest Battle Franky model is Franky himself!
08:30 - Again, "fukurou" means "owl." This little speech might be the reason it's his name.
09:53 - And now he makes and owl face and sound. Thanks, we get it.
10:14 - The "dama" in Tekkai Dama, 玉, literally means "ball." If it had a different kanji (but the same sound) it could mean "bullet" instead, but it doesn't. I guess it makes sense. Fukurou is quite round.
12:16 - Franky Butterfly refers, of course, to the butterfly stroke, which is what he's using to swim.
13:21 - The number here refers to the amount of cola consumed, if you didn't understand.
15:27 - This could have said "Fukurou-kun," since the name and the animal are identical. However, the manga does use the kanji for "owl" when Franky says his name, and Franky is being cocky after all, so I used "Owl-kun."
19:24 - This is a silly pun that is not really possible to translate. Jabura uses the expresion "uma ga au" (馬が合う), which means "to get along." However, "uma" (馬) means "horse." So in response to Jabura's complaint about not getting along, Kaku replies that it's because he's a giraffe and not a horse (the animal in the expression).
21:00 - Sogeking makes a sound effect here -- the sound of a sword being drawn from its sheath. In English we might calling it a "schwing" sound.
21:33 - "Chou Sokuten" (超側転) quite literally means "super cartwheel."
22:07 - As anyone familiar with weapons will know, the measurement in millimeters here refers to the bore diameter of the cannon.
22:27 - This is a sort of clumsy thing for Franky to say. The "1.5" and "max" are redundant. In essence he's putting his max amount of cola into the attack, which at this time is 1.5 bottles.