Luffy's pirates thought they were just stopping in for a quick bite...but now Luffy's been made a busboy on Baratie, the oceangoing restaurant, and it turns out some of the worst-mannered pirates on the Grand Line are just dying for a meal.Always one to look on the bright side, Luffy sets his sights on Sanji, the smart-talking, skirt-chasing assistant chef on the Baratie, as the Merry Go's new cook. But it'll take more than a vicious pirate battle and a little sweet talking from Nami to convince him to leave the Baratie and join Luffy's team. His oath to feed any and all pirates in need keeps getting in the way. The question is: what do you do when the very same pirates you just fed now want to serve you up for dinner?...
|Title||:||One Piece, Volume 06: The Oath (One Piece #6)|
|Number of Pages||:||187 pages|
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One Piece, Volume 06: The Oath (One Piece #6) Reviews
One Piece vol. 6 is the first volume sure to give you chills in the world of One Piece. The 6th installment continues the Baratie sub arc, with Luffy and crew anchored at the famous ocean restaurant, Baratie. Luffy must work off a debt to the owner, due to a scuffle damaging the roof in the last volume. As Luffy bumbles his way through everday chores, a pirate admiral sets his sites on the restaurant. Accompanied by his cold hearted second command and an army of wearied scalliwags, he is determi ...more
Wasn’t a big fan of this volume. It continues the plotline of Luffy trying to poach a chef from a sailing restaurant, and it continues the pairing of chaotic action and unclear art. Not a lot happens in this issue and it ends on a cliffhanger just as things are ramping up. We get an interesting plot twist and character development from Nami though, and we get to see Zolo’s attempt at fighting the greatest swordsman in the world. The best thing about this volume is that it sets ip the many danger ...more
Zoro steps up his badass levels by getting ready for his fight with the best swordsman
Nami shows up to get some free shit and then is out with a flourish
Usope tries to make everyone get their shit together
Luffy believes in everyone and wouldn't trade them for the world
And Sanji has such a sleek design and is so cool I can't wait for him to join the straw hats
This is the first arc where the world truly begins to expand. Compared to the previous arcs, there's quite a lot that goes on here although it's only just beginning in this volume. There's a good set up between the villains and the central character of this arc. In many ways, the villain here is also the opposite of the previous villain. While neither villain is particularly bad, this one works better as an antagonist because he wants to antagonize and not simply run off to retire.
Starting off with Chapter 45: Before the Storm.
By this point in the manga you feel that this is going to be very hampster-wheel type of manga, but that's where you're wrong. Stick with it for a few more volumes to take off in plot, dialouge, strong heart wrenching messages, and the very best comedy.
By now the crew consists of: Luffy, Zoro, Nami, and Usopp. Luffy has messed up again, and knocked a hole in a restaurant ship. In payment he has to work on the ship where he and the crew meet the schm ...more
This volume is fantastic. Zoro fought to Mihawk and he lost. Zoro has very strong spit and thinks that he would rather death than giving up. Awesome!
This one is also one of my favourite volumes! Zoro is still the coolest and bravest swordsman in the world! and Sanji, he used to be so adorkable and funny! I like him a lot! 5 stars!