One Piece, Volume 9: Tears
  • One Piece, Volume 9: Tears
  • One Piece, Volume 9: Tears
  • One Piece, Volume 9: Tears
ISBN: 1421501910
EAN13: 9781421501918
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 3, 2006
Pages: 208
Dimensions: 0.8" H x 7.5" L x 4.8" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Great manga, great story.
This is a book from the manga series One Piece, about a boy who sets off on his dream of becoming the king of the pirates. Although I was not really impressed with art in the first three books, but I do seem to get a little creative and more creative with the fishmen drawings, especially with the original drawings. From a story perspective, this book is when the series really starts to get interesting, with Nami turning out to be a good guy. Pandaman is easy to find in this book, while not being so much involved in some of the others. I was disappointed to discover that Zolo is called Zoro, but I grew used to it after a while.
   Probably the best volume yet
Tears is by far my favourite volume of One Piece. We learn Orion's backstory, which is quite entertaining and well told, and Oda sets Luffy's intervention as a cliffhanger for the next volume.
   So sad.
Then we find out her backstory and fall out of the reader's eyes with every page turned. At the end of the book, you just want to scramble to the computer and order the next volume.
   In One Piece We Trust. Spoiler
In my opinion, the moment Luffy asked Nami for help was the moment I truly became a fan of One Piece. Though I started watching the anime with subs, the manga still gives the same feeling that Luffy truly cares for his friends. So continue reading because One Piece gets better only.
A MUST READ FOR ALL MANGA FANS, ONE PIECE FANS, ANIME FANS... btw, I started watching one piece of anime before reading the manga... Then I decided to read the manga and get it. They are an amazing D.
   Weird gunk on my book?
I received the book about a week ago, but haven gotten the chance to read it yet because I am still catching up. But I am sure that it is a great read. My only issue is that there seems to be some kind of gunk on the book that kind of has the pages stuck together. I am not sure what is this, but it was sent to me like this.
The came came in great condition. I figured I 'd lose only because it was to replace my other copy. But, I found my original copy.
   one of my favorite volumes
I'm still caught up and already keeping up with manga and anime. Nami's backstory and the very beginning stages of the walk to Arlong Park are some of my favorite moments and I wanted to have a physical copy for keepsake.
   Simply Perfect Paperback
I mean that this is just a book. However, it does arrive in very good condition and looks nice in its place on my bookshelf. I was a little worried about how ordering physical books would turn out with Amazon, but I was happily surprised.