One Piece, Vol. 40 (40)

One Piece, Vol. 40 (40)

Posted by jack_miller | Published 7 months ago

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By: Eiichiro Oda

Purchased At: $6.99

Join Monkey D. Luffy and his swashbuckling crew in their search for the ultimate treasure, One Piece!

As a child, Monkey D. Luffy dreamed of becoming King of the Pirates. But his life changed when he accidentally gained the power to stretch like rubber…at the cost of never being able to swim again! Years, later, Luffy sets off in search of the “One Piece,” said to be the greatest treasure in the world...

Hankering for a fight, Luffy's got a jump start on the battle to rescue Robin and Franky before they're sentenced by the Navy's court at Enies Lobby. Now that the Straw Hats and the Franky Family have banded together, the World Government is in for an epic battle. But did the Navy deceive Robin into sacrificing herself in order to trap the Straw Hats?!
A MUST READ FOR ALL MANGA FANS, ONE PIECE FANS, ANIME FANS... btw I started watching One Piece anime before reading the Manga... I then decided to get the manga and read them. They are amazing :D

- nash_chavez

A+ mangia.

- daxton_hill

After an extended chase the Straw Hats and their allies have finally reached Enies Lobby. But before they can face CP9 and save Nico Robin from the Gates of Justice, they'll have to fight their way through government agents, troops, elite forces and the other defenses on the island. Cue mayhem.

The objective may be relatively simple (get from point A to B), but Oda spices up the chapters in this volume with a wide variety of foes that our heroes have to overcome. The two giants and three-headed judge on the book's cover are a sampling of what's in store, and all become quite memorable despite their limited page counts. The giants in particular rise above their cannon fodder status in a callback to an older arc that fans will appreciate. However much you might want the Straw Hats to hurry up and confront CP9, the pacing never drags and the volume is never boring. The scope is appropriately epic for the invasion of a major government facility and continues to apply the same attention to detail that has made Water 7 the longest arc in the saga yet. Luffy vs. Blueno, which runs throughout the volume, ends in the unleashing of Luffy's newest game-changing move. It's a can't miss moment. Plus, pay special attention to the cover story as it explains how certain characters wind up in their current predicament (the contents of 

- rowan_flores

its one piece no 40yey ,great smashing super, bought for my son who cant be bothered to open his own amazon account

- titus_foster

Grandson loves these (12 years old)

- jared_james

I rate the book and the service with a5 star rating,well done this comic book is a great read try for yourself

- cason_williams

El envío muy bueno. Llegó sin daños. Y el manga con gran calidad. La historia es muy buena. Tiene gran emoción llevándote por una Montana rusa de cambios en la trama.

- nova_patel

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