One Piece, Volume 08 (One Piece, #8) by Eiichirō Oda

One Piece, Volume 08 (One Piece, #8)

If Luffy wants to get out of a year's worth of chore-boy duty on the oceangoing restaurant Baratie, he's got to rid the seas of the evil Don Krieg. Unfortunately, Krieg's armed to the teeth and aided by his "Demon Man," Commander Gin. The battle takes a surprising turn as Krieg reveals his increasingly deadly military might! Meanwhile, Nami has sailed off on the Merry Go with treasure in tow, and she's headed to Arlong Park, home of creepy Captai...

Details One Piece, Volume 08 (One Piece, #8)

TitleOne Piece, Volume 08 (One Piece, #8)
Release DateOct 10th, 2005
PublisherVIZ Media LLC
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Adventure, Comics, Graphic Novels, Shonen

Reviews One Piece, Volume 08 (One Piece, #8)

  • Χαρά Ζ.
    **It's a 4,5**The tiny details that are different from the anime are gold
  • Christopher
    Luffy doesn't give up. Finish the fight at the restaurant, convince Sanji to be his cook, and then follow after Nami, who stole their ship and treasure a couple of volumes back (because that's how she do). Really good stuff.We also get introduced to Saw-tooth. Look at that nose. I don't even.
  • Shyames
    One Piece to jak zwykle jedna ze wspaniałych guilty pleasures :) Moim zdaniem bardzo dobre przejście od historii Sanji'ego do wprowadzenia w tło pod historię Nami. Kreska moim zdaniem jedna z lepszych jeśli chodzi akurat o ten gatunek.+ propsy dla tłumacza za przekład technik i określeń nowych ras
  • Shane Reynolds
    One Piece vol. 8 brings the Baratie sub arc to a climactic close! Luffy continues his assault on the pirate admiral, Don Krieg. As fists fly, Sanji and Zeff watch on. Oda's visuals only evolve in this installment. His panels feel chaotic but contained with expert like skill. When the smoke clears, we see Ghin grow from the previous volume's internal struggles. As I said before, his character was filled with much more complexity than the arc's vil...
  • leon
    Synopsis -This is a story of young man who is determined to become the king of pirates after he ate the deadly gum gum fruit, transforming his whole body into a rubber band. with the ability to stretch ANY part of his body, he learns to harness his power and defeat anyone in his way. sailing on the seven seas with his crew sanji, zorro, and many friends encounters crocodile, a nemesis to the seas and a disgrace to the pirate name. in this story l...
  • TheGracefulReader
    THE GOOD Luffy; He wraps up his fight with Don Krieg in this book and sets sail towards a new enemy, the fishman Arlong. We get to see Luffy's determination and how it pushes him not to give up, even when it seems like you are going to lose.Sanji: Sanji and the goodbye in this volume were fantastic. Slowly, he is realizing that it is okay to leave the restaurant and try to chase his dreams.Nami: Ooh, boy. Nami got some good character development ...
  • Sarah Valerie
    Ahh, a nice conclusion to Sanji's arc. I'm really pumped for this Nami's Backstory arc. But, wasn't Sanji's character change between leaving the restaurant, all serious and what not, to Sanji on the boat to Arlong, being perverted of Nami, a bit strange? Eh, probably just me. On another note, I love all the extras Oda-san puts in between chapters. I've said this before already, bit they truly are great.
  • Thelma
    Those goodbyes between Sanji and Zeff? So good! Love it! The end of the fight was nice and the next arc is probably my favorite pre-Grand Line arc so I can't wait for Luffy to join back with the rest of his small crew!
  • Keerthana
    As we progress more into the story we get to know about most of characters intentions and ambitions. And also the fact that even in the so called good side people are not who they seem to be. I'm sooo excited.
  • Vics Bookish Journey
    One Piece: Volume 8: 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...
  • Karely Madrigal camacho
    Divertido y entretenido que más se puede pedir.
  • Paul Spence
    Luffy, Sanji, and Gin survive Don Krieg's poisonous gas attack. Luffy stands up to the pirate, proclaiming, "I won't die." And he means it! He attacks, and actually succeeds in bringing Krieg down on one knee, a feat never before accomplished! But can he handle Krieg's Mighty Battle Spear?As Chef and Sanji watch the battle between Luffy and Krieg, Chef comments on Luffy's toughness. "In the end, it's not about weapons," he says, "grit counts more...
  • Josh Whittington
    This volume is a grand return to form for the series after the last few volumes left me wanting.The bulk of this volume is focused on resolving the Don Krieg arc and after that storyline had been dragging along we get an amazing conclusion, with some emotional scenes between Sanji and the Baratie's chefs and what's probably the best fight scene in the series so far. Luffy and Krieg both go all out and there's some stunning action sequences as we ...
  • Silver
    Fin de la saga del Baratie y comienzo de la saga de Arlong Park.En mi infancia, nada más conocí One Piece lo odié; el primer capítulo que vi se desarrollaba en Arlong Park.Mi pequeña yo, creyó desde entonces y durante algunos años que One Piece lo protagonizaba ese señor que destruía pueblos y se sentía superior a los demás.Quizá Arlong haya sido uno de los personajes que más he odiado de todos los libros y mangas que he leído.Menos...
  • Jared Emry
    Arlong Park is the last and most memorable arc of this early part of One Piece. The introduction of the fishmen here seems at first to be a miscellaneous addition to the story and as antagonist leave a legacy stretching across the series. but much of the state of the world is revealed here.
  • The Stumps
    Another good volume.
  • Alok
    Conviction! :')
  • Linda
  • Jesse Slater
    Resolution of Baratie Arc was excellent. Arlong Park Arc is shaping up to be very interesting. Oda shows his improvement with every arc.
  • Iria
    -Luffy... ¿has oído hablar del All Blue?¿Cómo? ¿Que si alguna vez le daré a estos mangas menos de 5 ☆...? Pues me da a mi que no xd.
  • Yaiza
    Es la primera Gran Lucha y es increíble, ¿por qué son taaan difíciles de derrotar?a por cierto, afirmativo. Lloré con la despedida. sksusjwnKsksjsns #fangirling
  • Ahnaf
    thank god the Baratie arc is finished....I found it very dragging.though the f luffy vs don Craig fight was epic.The ARLONG arc seems promising
  • Ana Laura
    Como que cae mal este tipo, Don Krieg, es un idiota.
  • Nathália
    ja tava de saco cheio do tal krieg lá, so quero saber logo qual a história da nami
  • Michael Schmid
    Ich fand den Abschied von Sanji und seinem Mentor einfach wieder einmal so unfassbar traurig und schön zugleich xD und endlich hat mein Lieblings Arc begonnen!!! *______*
  • Bob Gilson
    If Luffy takes care of evil Don Krieg. Nami has sailed off with the Merry Go and the treasure. She's headed to Arlong Park, home of creepy Captain Arlong and his Fish-Man Pirates.
  • Brandon Damkey/bomstad
    i think this was a great into to the series and it had a great pro log made it easy to add charactors and make asumptions latter on.
  • Nazish Ahmed (Nazish Reads)
    I just reviewed this on my blog.To view the full review and other reviews, click here One Piece Volume 8 by Eiichiro Oda I feel like I've been reading too much this week, because I keep reading volume after volume of One Piece, but I can't help it, since I want to know what happens next and I also want to get up to date or at least close to that, since there are currently 661 chapters online and 61 volumes in stores.I won't review all of the book...
  • Austin Gullett
    Everybody's still got dreams; everybody's still got philosophies of sorts; Luffy is still a good boy. This volume is probably the most sentimental yet, but it totally works. Seeing Krieg getting hit is super, super satisfying, and the introduction of Arlong is a long time coming. Nami's story is the longest-running, and this conflict has been waiting in the wings since she was introduced. I'm also almost to the end of what I remember from when I ...
  • Krista Ivy
    Luffy fights again to prove himself and get out of his year of debt. Sanji becomes part of Luffy's crew. They go looking for Nami and find that she was playing them all along and was already a pirate herself under a different Captain.