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Book Title: One Piece, Vol. 39|
The author of the book: Eiichirō Oda
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 18.30 MB
Edition: Star Comics
Date of issue: June 5th 2006
ISBN: No data
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Read full description of the books One Piece, Vol. 39:Again, I make notes on manga, not so much review them. This is just to help me remember what things happened in which volume.
So this is where the great, great things of the CP9 saga truly begins. Enies Lobby is probably one of my favorite arcs of One Piece, second to the Arlong arc as far as character development goes, and second to the badassery that's surely to come during the Whitebeard saga (which I've already seen in the anime).
- The Mugiwaras (Sanji, Robin, and Usopp excepted) are still heading toward Enies Lobby by way of the volatile Puffing Tom. Zoro and Luffy astound the Franky brothers and the Galley-La carpenters with their brute strength and math skills (hee, Zoro). Nami astounds just by being Nami, that wanton woman!
- Sanji shows us that Zoro isn't the only person who can handle sharp objects.
- Franky the cyborg shows us what part of him is truly cyborg. Centaur, indeed. He does, however, make quick work of Nero, a CP9 member who's technically not CP9, considering he only knows 4 of the 6 Rokushiki moves. I mean, how lame is that?
- Usopp tries to break a reluctant Robin free. I'm not sure who's sillier at this rate.
- Zoro slices and dices. And so does T-Bone.
- Usopp does manage to get Robin out, and Sanji uncouples the cars away from CP9, with Franky sacrificing himself in order for Robin to be saved. Problem is, Blueno happens to have the Door-Door Fruit. So that plan fizzled out quickly.
- CP9 is reunited and successful, bringing with them both Robin and Cutty Flam.
- Luffy jumps--literally--ahead of everyone else and makes it to Enies Lobby faster, amidst the groans of the rest of his crew.
Read information about the authorSee also 尾田 栄一郎
Eiichiro Oda (尾田 栄一郎 Oda Eiichirō) is a Japanese manga artist, best known as the creator of the manga and anime One Piece.
As a child, Oda was inspired by Akira Toriyama's works and aspired to become a manga artist. He recalls that his interest in pirates was probably sparked by the popular TV animation series titled Vicky the Viking. He submitted a character named Pandaman for Yudetamago's classic wrestling manga Kinnikuman. Pandaman was not only used in a chapter of the manga but would later return as a recurring cameo character in Oda's own works.
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