One Piece, Volume 06 (One Piece, #6) by Eiichiro Oda

One Piece, Volume 06 (One Piece, #6)

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 battl...

Details One Piece, Volume 06 (One Piece, #6)

TitleOne Piece, Volume 06 (One Piece, #6)
Release DateMar 1st, 2005
PublisherVIZ Media LLC
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Adventure, Graphic Novels, Comics

Reviews One Piece, Volume 06 (One Piece, #6)

  • Ploye
    Oooh It’s getting better. Very enjoyable. 😋👍🏻
  • Christopher
    You know the drill by now. These aren't reviews as much as chapter notes for future reference. With there being 80 of these and them all being one super long story, individual reviews just don't make much sense. No one should skip volumes any more than you should skip chapters in a novel. Read them all or DNF the whole thing. :p It might help that I haven't found any poor volumes yet. Once I find a two-star volume, I may change that tune. ;)Anywh...
  • Victoria Rose
    My favourite installment so far! Lots of swearing, fighting, and nonsense. What’s not to like?
  • Книжни Криле
    Пиратския манга епос „One Piece” е на път да отпразнува своя 20ти юбилей, така че всички вие, сухоземни плъхове, по-добре се пригответе! „Книжни Криле” кацат високо на мачтата и продължават ревюто на поредицата! Прочетете ревюто на "Книжни Криле":https://...
  • Shane Reynolds
    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 comman...
  • Paulina
    [4,5] El tomo que más me ha gustado hasta ahora. Lleno de pleitos absurdos, peleas, promesas por cumplir, enfrentamientos y más peleas. Me encanta.Además, me estoy fascinando con los personajes (no pensé que me fueran a gustar tanto), a decir verdad, Sanji es de los que más me han gustado. Me divertí bastante y me asombré con las cosas que fueron sucediendo, algo que definitivamente no me esperaba al comenzar One Piece.
  • Koichi Mashita
    The end of last volume, new main character Sanji appeared. He is a good cook, so Luffy told him to join us. However he refused about that. He is very kind to everyone who is hungry even bad people. I really like his personality. In this volume, please read the battle of Zoro and Mihawk. Mihawk admitted Zoro is a good swordsman. I love this line" Wounds on the back..... are a swords-man's shame". It's toooooo cool.
  • Kinsey
    Some highlights:Luffy declines Sanji's rejection. Sanji falls in love with Nami."Red Shoes" Zeff's badass adventures are hinted at.Mihawk calling Zoro a bunny before trashing him. Luffy sticking his tongue out at Mihawk.
  • Junpei
    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!
  • Manami Yamaguchi
    I introduce about Sanji. Sanji loves beautiful women very much. Always he is kind to them and melted by their looks. He has too long legs and his kick power is strong. His cooking skill is well. I want to eat dish that he cooked someday.
  • Χαρά Ζ.
    **It's 4,5**Zoro's attitude in this volume always gives me the chills
  • Kaho Ariizumi
    This volume is including so many fighting, sweating, etc. I think it’s time to start the real ONE PIECE word from this volume. In this volume, Zoro could be the main character. I love his sprit. I guess he think it’s better death than giving up. You can’t skip this volume!!
  • Veronica Ika
    “I refuse your objection.”That's what Luffy said to Sanji, a blonde cook who loves to flirt every female he sees, in a floating restaurant Baratie, the moment he asks that man to be the cook of his crew. When Luffy puts an interest to someone and asks he or she to join him, it seems that the answer should be yes, no?Baratie is a restaurant similar to common restaurant, except that it is floating in the sea and the cooks are fighters and the c...
  • Patricia
    I'm not really interested in reviewing this series, but I want to have a recap for myself, in case I'm searching for a specific scene in the future, which is why I actually plan to reread the whole series in 2012. - Whoop, Hawk Eyed Man - Dracule Mihawk. Really like him and how he approves of Zoro's and Luffy's bad-assery. - First mention of Bellemere! Finally some more Nami.
  • Agent
    this was an exe lent installment in the one piece series it starts with the continued fighting at the restaurant ship where the cooks fight with the managers and customers, this is where sanji comes into the story, withou giving any spoilers i will say that there are some very important parts of the storyline in this volume
  • Jorge Lucas
    Loved the character developement in this one.
  • Amy
    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!
  • Shirley
  • Vic - Lost in Fiction
    One Piece: Volume 6: 5 Stars (9.5/10 in my own personal rating system)-It has been years since I first read/watched One Piece (so long that back then I didn't have a Goodreads account and therefor I do not know the exact date) and it was a mess. I missed episodes as they were on tv and i am pretty sure I messed up with my switching from manga to anime and back even more. Still One Piece is one of my favourite Story to ever exist in any medium EVE...
  • J.N.
    Plot:I really liked the plot for this one. Luffy is trying to convince Sanji the cook to join his crew when another pirate crew arrives to attempt to take over the restaurant boat everyone is on. The best swordsman in the world also shows up.Setting:The restaurant on the sea is super cool as a setting.Characters:More of Sanji's character is revealed. Nami finally runs off with the boat and Zolo (Zorro) takes a stand. Relationships:Nothing new her...
  • Jimmy
    Volume 6 covers chapters 45 - 53. Sang gives Gin some food, but then he later brings back the notorious pirate Don Krieg. When the duplicitous Krieg starts wrecking havoc on Baritie, none other than Mihawk shows up and Zoro challenges him to a duel. Meanwhile, Nami has stolen the Going Merry and they don't know where she is. What's happening?!There are some really great and memorable scenes in this volume, especially the part with the introductio...
  • Sean TSOI
    One Piece Volume 06 "The Oath". Is one of my favorite books in the series because you can meet a lot of new characters such as Hawk-Eye Mihawk a pirate that ate a devils fruit, Chef Zeff a retired pirate that lasted a year in the grand line, Don Kreig a commander of a pirate armada including 50 ships of men. I think if you want to enjoy this book then you would have to read all the other books before this one in the series. This book made me want...
  • Austin Gullett
    Okay, so with more characters, an advancing overarching plot, and a deeper look into just how strong some of the people in this world are, this is a great volume of the comic. In addition to their dreams, we also start getting a look into the philosophical beliefs and codes of conduct of the characters. We see this in Luffy, Zoro, Nami, and Sanji, and it's pretty neat. The scene with Dracule Mihawk elevates this volume to an entirely different pl...
  • Krista Ivy
    Luffy's supposed to work for a year under a ship run by a Pirate Cook to work off a debt. Another pirate wants the ship for himself. He can get out of his year of servitude if he just gets the guy who wants to commandeer the ship to back off. Also, he finds the cook that he wants for his crew. He is an arrogant, laid back, ladies man with a serious case of i-don't-cares.The greatest swordsman in the world shows up and Zolo has a go at him. He doe...
  • Jared Emry
    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 antagoni...
  • David Espinal
    The crew decide to stop by at local restaurant that is floating on the water. The name of this ship is the Baratie. When they crews steps in, they meet one of the cooks there who's name is Sanji. Luffy wants him to be the cook for their crew, But Sanji wants to stay. Trouble starts to happen and it's up to the straw hat crew to fix it. These volume is great and if you liked the previous ones, the n you would like this one.
  • Michael Schmid
    Also man muss ganz klar sagen, das Highlight dieses Bands war ganz klar Mihawk Falkenauge. Da allem voran der Kampf gegen Zorro, der am Ende noch seinen großen Spruch Auftritt hat, bei dem er auch noch zum ersten Mal weint, seit er erwachsen ist. Einfach ein toller Band, der nun endlich Sanjis Part im nächsten Band einläutet. ^^
  • Lyra
    Zoro steps up his badass levels by getting ready for his fight with the best swordsmanNami shows up to get some free shit and then is out with a flourishUsope tries to make everyone get their shit togetherLuffy believes in everyone and wouldn't trade them for the worldAnd Sanji has such a sleek design and is so cool I can't wait for him to join the straw hats
  • Ashley
    One Piece vol. 6 Summary: THE OATH. 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...
  • TheGracefulReader
    THE GOOD Luffy: We see Luffy working hard in the restaurant to work off all the damage he caused with that cannonball. Unfortunately, a good worker he is not. And when a crew of evil pirates appear wanting to take over the floating restaurant, it's Luffy and cook Sanji who will step forward to save the day.Zolo; Zolo faces an unbeatable opponent in this volume, and I think it helps to teach him a lot about everything he still has left to learn. H...
  • Gerardo
    One Piece, despite being one of the most popular manga of all time, is the Agents of SHIELD of manga- it takes so long to get started and to the good parts, that sticking around long enough to read is an achievement. This volume is pretty predictable, has weird nonsense dialogue and if you didn't like the art on previous volumes, this one is probably one of the worst so far. However, we do see the potential since we are given more information abo...
  • Scott Lee
    Perhaps now we are entirely past the episodic beginning which seems to consist entirely of shallow characters beating on each other and almost no plot or character development. This volume seems to suggest real depth in several characters--Zolo especially. Oda does a great job in this volume of transforming outrageous ambitions that he's previously paid for laughs into romantic ambitions of sufficient to push characters into suddenly serious mort...
  • Leah Markum
    Sanji's arc is surprisingly not stereotypical. You would think that a skirt chaser in a manga would be a dolt, but when Sanji is serious he shows cunning and good fighting skills. His relationship with the head chef is amusing as well, and I'm remembering this from years after watching the anime and reading the manga to test the differences. Good fights, no-nonsense characters when you least expect them, and well-placed awkwardness courtesy of Lu...
  • Josh Whittington
    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 thin...
  • Ashley
    One Piece volume 6: The Oath really kicks off the Baratie arc with the arrival of a new villain, Don Krieg, and some new faces from the Grand Line rearing their heads. Let’s break it down. Nami I had to do Nami first because, GURL WHAT ARE YOU DOIN? There is something strange going on with Nami, and I look forward to immediately jumping into her story arc once Baratie wraps up. Something Inside is ripping her apart, and I am curious as to who...
  • Julie Hayes
    Sanji, sous chef and maitre d’ on the oceangoing restaurant Baratie, feeds a starving pirate, and Luffy is even more convinced that Sanji is the man for him. He invites him to join his pirate crew, but Sanji declines, although Luffy declines his declination and insists that the chef has to join them! The just-fed pirate declares himself to be a member of the pirate Krieg’s crew and, on hearing of Luffy’s plans, he warns them to stay away fr...
  • Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson
    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 wo...
  • Taruia
    We have now moved from Liar's Island (as I am now calling it and I do hope it catches on) to a resturant ship because Luffy is looking for a pirate chef, which is convenient. Luffy having damaged the restaurant is told he has to work in the kitchen for a year to pay off the damage but wait, oh no, calamity ensues as Zoro challenges Mihawk and and Nami takes off with all the loot (and their new Caravel).
  • Novia
    For me, One Piece is best Manga ever written. The story always touch my heart, it is a combination of faithful friendship, laughter, loyalty and action.Some people might find this manga as silly and pointless (I’ve heard this before) but they never truly read the Manga and therefore judging it simply from the cover. I’ve been in that position too…and thank God I finally looked beyond the cover and found the greatest adventure any Mangaka ev...
  • Iria
    -Yo soy Dracule Mihawk. Eres demasiado joven para morir, muchacho. Tienes mucho que aprender aún de ti mismo y de los demás ¡...para ser un hombre fuerte, Roronoa! Aunque pasen mil años, te esperaré... Seguiré siendo el mejor espadachín del mundo. ¡Y espero que algún día me superes! ¡Tienes que vencerme, Roronoa![...]-...Lu...ffy... ¿Me... oyes...?-¡Sí!-Espero no haberte decepcionado... Si yo... no me convierto... en el mejor... esp...
  • Jessica Robinson
    The stuff with Mihawk was really great and I feel like you can see the exact moment that Sanji decides to be frenemies with Zoro for life, but otherwise this was as dull as I remembered. I also don't know what happened to Zeff's logbook because I don't think they use it later. I'm guessing it was just filled with recipes.
  • Pato Myers
    Quick and enjoyable read except for the massive lack of female characters. This has been true for the entirety of the series, but I thought I'd give it a chance to improve and instead the single female character left. I may drop the series if it doesn't get better in the next few books I have out from the library.
  • Nicola Mansfield
    This book continues on with the new storyline just started in the last volume; some new characters are introduced, a new member joins the crew and sadly we lose a crew member as well. I have a pretty good feeling this person will be back though. The plot here is pretty silly but I have to say I liked it; the pirate chefs are a lot of fun and the Hawkeye character sets up a storyline that can be revisited in the future. I had a rough start to this...
  • Aldeena
    Luffy and co. meet Don Krieg who wants to take over and a battle ensues. This is interrupted by Hawk Eye, the world's greatest swordman, the person Zoro had wanted to meet. and the face off is inevitable and leaves Zoro injured badly and Nami flees with her treasure and their ship.
  • Colt D.
    As the One Piece series goes on, the action of the series seems to get better in Volume 6. The Don Krieg arc is one of my least favorite in the show, but in the manga it's a real page turner. I'm enjoying it quite a bit!