One Piece, Volume 7

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VIZ Media LLC, Jul 6, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
240 Reviews
YA. COMIC STRIP FICTION / GRAPHIC NOVELS. As a child, Monkey D. Luffy dreamed of becoming King of the Pirates. But his life changed when he accidentally ate the Gum-Gum Fruit, an enchanted Devil Fruit that gave him the ability to stretch like rubber. The only drawback - He'll never be able to swim again - a serious handicap for an aspiring sea dog! Years later, Luffy sets off on his quest to find the One Piece, said to be the greatest treasure in the world...This box set includes volumes 1-23, which comprise the first two story arcs, East Blue and Baroque Works. With exclusive premiums and great savings over buying the individual volumes, this set is a pirate's treasure for any manga fan!. Ages 14+

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Review: One Piece, Volume 52: Roger and Rayleigh (One Piece #52)

User Review  - Kurami Rocket - Goodreads

This vol was full of fighting, fighting, fighting, and more fighting. Luckily, things remained interesting enough with the arrival of very powerful enemies. Though our beloved crew are very powerful ... Read full review

Review: One Piece, Volume 52: Roger and Rayleigh (One Piece #52)

User Review  - Amy Yeap - Goodreads

This volume is super intense, the strawhats rescued Caimie! But something bigger and terrible is coming! Rayleigh told them some stories of the late Pirate king crew, very fascinating and ahhhhhh!!! Kizaru and Kuma!!!!! Zoroooooooo!!! 4 stars! Read full review


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Eiichiro Oda began his manga career at the age of 17, when his one-shot cowboy manga Wanted! won second place in the coveted Tezuka manga awards. Oda went on to work as an assistant to some of the biggest manga artists in the industry, including Nobuhiro Watsuki, before winning the Hop Step Award for new artists. His pirate adventure One Piece, which debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 1997, quickly became one of the most popular manga in Japan.

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