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One Piece, Volume 60: My Brother
de Eiichiro Oda
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You know, Oda, this kind of emotional manipulation isn't fair. After some 'okay' volumes of Bleach and Naruto, this latest book of One Piece is like a blessing in disguise. It's a huge turning point in this series for everyone involved - a literal start of a brand new era in the age of pirates. Compared with the latest volume of Naruto I read, Oda has done an excellent job of bringing together an increasingly expanding cast with some serious drama and action without getting confusing.
Plus, y'all are gonna want to see what Usopp has been up to since the crew split up. Oh, Usopp. What are we gonna do with you?
For an expanded review of this as well as the newest volumes of Bleach and Naruto, check out my manga blog tonight: http://nagareboshi-reviews.blogspot.com/
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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...With the epic Paramount War now over, the scene shifts back to when a young Luffy first met Ace. Luffy, Ace and their friend Sabo get into all types of trouble as they grow up in a tumultuous time. Then, back in the present, Luffy will need to find the strength to recover from the loss of his brother.
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I liked how Jinbe talked Luffy out of his traumatic loss, reminding him of what he has: his crew.
It was an emotional Volume and the perfect ending of the arc.