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Book Title: ピ 50 [Wan Pīsu 50]|
The author of the book: Eiichirō Oda
Date of issue: June 4th 2008
ISBN 13: 9784088745213
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 950 KB
Read full description of the books ピ 50 [Wan Pīsu 50]:As usual, I don't do reviews of the One Piece manga, 'cause, you know, that would be insane to do it at this point, 50 volumes into the story. Hem. Anyway. These are notes that mostly benefit me, so I know which stories are held within each volume.
This is the conclusion of the Thriller Bark arc, and, whilst most of the arc made me want to roll my eyes, there were bits in this volume that were terribly fabulous.
- First off, the Straw Hats take their final stand against Moria. And Luffy, while no longer steroided by shadows, still has enough strength in him to Second and Third Gear it, beating the living darkness (hee) out of Moria.
- Everyone gets their shadows back, yay!
- Then lo and behold, Bartholomew Kuma shows up with the instructions to destroy the SH crew and rid the evidence that a Shichibukai fell in the hands of the same people who stormed Enies Lobby. With Luffy down, and Kuma having the unbelievable strength of someone worth much more than Moria, things end up worse than before, especially when the SH are technically spent to their limits.
- So. When Kuma attacks the SH, it's the first mate who takes up the mantle of the leader, to keep Luffy from suffering a death. This is poignant, because like his captain, Zoro has taken quite a bit of damage fighting both legendary swordsman Ryuma and Oars.
- Kuma reveals his Devil's Fruit ability, something akin to a physical/magical mirror on his bear paws and some awesome disappearing tricks. Erm. Yes.
- Some great attempts at sacrifice here. Clearly, no one on the island can match the power that Kuma possesses, and it also becomes clear that the Shichibukai will leave everyone unharmed in the condition that they hand Luffy's head to him. Obviously, with the effect that Luffy has on people, the SH and those Luffy saved would adamantly say no.
- So Kuma blows up the place, and, well, somehow a few people remain conscious, Zoro and Sanji included. To prevent Luffy's head from being taken, Zoro sacrifices himself in his place, as does Sanji. Zoro wins out, obviously (sorry, Sanji...), and Kuma--clearly with an agenda of his own--gives Zoro another ultimatum: receive the full brunt of pain that his captain attained during Moria's fight. Needless to say Zoro didn't have much of a life expectancy, considering.
- Zoro's interactions with Sanji and then Kuma were probably my favorite parts of the volume, because it shows the deep bond that the SH crew have with each other, and that bond seriously runs deep as far as their captain is concerned. This is not the first time Zoro attempts to forfeit his dream and his life for Luffy, but it is probably the most important attempt, because it meant that much to him (to the point that his samurai pride won't even discuss it when Sanji probes him). That being said, at least some crew members are aware of the sacrifice Zoro made for his captain!
- Partying ensues after Kuma leaves and the SH are recovered, Luffy the most springy of them all. Well, save for Zoro, who lapses into a coma after the Kuma incident, so he's pretty much out for the entire party. I found Luffy cute, though, when he saves up an entire barrel of sake to give to Zoro later.
- Brook is added to the SH list of members. Again, I reserve my opinions on the skeleton, because at this point, I really don't know much about the guy, save for his skull jokes and his interesting fencing sword skills. His past was pretty sad, though (but whose SH past isn't? I swear, a depressing past is a requirement to join the SH crew). Oh, he does have a 33 million beri bounty on his head, which adds to the SH list of bounties.
- They leave Thriller Bark on the attempt to head toward Fish-Man Island (but not before Brook and Zoro pay their respects to lost loved ones...). Some info about Ace is revealed here, too, but while Luffy worries about Ace's waning life paper, he decides to head to his original destination.
- Then the nonsense with the flying fish riders commence, along with ugh, two of the most annoying characters in the world: Caimie and her Rastafarian starfish-whose-name-I-don't-care-to-remember.
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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