One Piece, Volume 02 (One Piece, #2) by Eiichirō Oda

One Piece, Volume 02 (One Piece, #2)

As a kid, Monkey D. Luffy vowed to become King of the Pirates and find the legendary treasure called the "One Piece." The enchanted Gum-Gum Fruit has given Luffy the power to stretch like rubber--and his new crewmate, the infamous pirate hunter Roronoa Zolo, strikes fear into the hearts of other buccaneers! But what chance does one rubber guy stand against Nami, a thief so tough she specializes in robbing pirates...or Captain Buggy, a fiendish pi...

Details One Piece, Volume 02 (One Piece, #2)

TitleOne Piece, Volume 02 (One Piece, #2)
Release DateOct 22nd, 2003
PublisherVIZ Media LLC
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Graphic Novels, Comics, Adventure

Reviews One Piece, Volume 02 (One Piece, #2)

  • Connor
    So much fun still! I think I liked the first volume a bit more, but I'm still stoked to continue with the story. I can see this heading to great places for sure.
  • Christopher
    In this volume, Luffy meets Nami, a thief, and excellent navigator. Actually, I actually don't know if she is great, or if Luffy and Zolo are just so bad at being sailors that she simply seems godlike. Our story takes place in a small town that has been taken over by pirates; Buggy the Clown in this case. He too has eaten a Devil Fruit, making conflict with him more interesting. I'll let you discover what his power is. Our favorite pirate is draw...
  • Mansi
    Luffy has left Koby at the Navy Base where Koby is now learning how to patrol well and become a true Navy Soldier.On the other hand, Luffy with Zolo, his new friend/crew nothing can stop them from fulfilling each of their dreams and pursue more to find the One Piece on the Grand Line. But little do they know that another enemy approaches. Buggy The Clown and his crew are almost unbeatable.Obviously since Luffy has eaten the 'devil fruit,' he beli...
  • Aldeena
    Zoro's fight with Cabaji is the highlight in this one for me. The scene where he cuts himself and basically shows Cabaji the fingerest finger of all time is just brilliant! The point where he went from awesome to my favourite person in the manga for sure! Luffy and Buggy's face off continues and I can't wait to know what happens next!
  • Paula
    Aw, la historia de Chouchou:(
  • Книжни Криле
    Какъв по-добър начин да отбележим 20 годишнината на „One Piece” от ревю на първите седем тома, знаменитото начало на епичната (и комична) сага, издадени на български от „Студио Арт Лайн”! Прочетете ревюто на "Книжни Криле":
  • Jan Philipzig
    Made for the moment, not for the critics - enjoy:)
  • Labeba Salameh
    ردود فعل وشخصيات عجيبة ♡
  • Sakib
    The second volume, containing nine chapters, and enough chaos, blood and another fight about to start...The fighting scenes should've been more elaborate, specially Zolo's fight...The final fight is still to come, in the next volume...It didn't quite catch me like the first volume, and I'm finding the lack of elaboration in the fight scenes just frustrating...Also it wasn't as amusing as the first volume...Anyway, we get to know Luffy's another t...
  • Shane Reynolds
    Continuing where Romance Dawn left off, One Piece vol. 2 begins One Piece's first real sub arc, The Buggy the Clown arc. The story is pretty straight laced with our heroes literally stumbling on an island that has been over taken by pirates. Luffy and Zoro are separated ( something youll get used to) and we are introduced to Nami. Nami is one of Oda's best developed characters, as you will see in time. Between her inability to understand Luffy's ...
  • Elias Alexander
    This was awesome. So much fun.
  • Elsa
    Aww Shushu!
  • Angie Marie
  • Sylvie Connor
    SHUSHU T____T
  • LAnn
    Volume two of One Piece is, actually, a little better than the first one. Though, it's not quite worth a four.It actually is gaining some momentum in the plot, I think. Introducing a villain pirate shows the dimensions of Luffy. Well, some of them, anyway. It shows his tolerance for some pirates, at least. It gives him a little more depth. In other news, Zoro just gets more bad-ass. I shows.The main problem I have with the second volume is the sa...
  • Jeff Lanter
    Much of what I wrote about the first volume is true of this one so my review will be short. A new villain stands in the way of Luffy and he also meets some new and entertaining characters like Nami along the way too. I'm guessing and hoping the cast of characters will get bigger and bigger as time goes on. The plot is generally focused on action and there isn't a lot of character development, but Luffy is slowly becoming smarter which is much app...
  • Samantha
    WOW!!!! After reading vol. 1, I was sure excited to start vol. 2...but!---I didn't know it was gonna be so good!!! Now, I'm left wondering what in the heck I'm supposed to do.....cliffhanger.....I hate them and love them at the same time. They're awesome because they indicate whether or not you really like a book, but they suck because if you're stuck waiting and not figuring out what happens next. I'm really enjoying OnePiece and I hope ...
  • Shirley
    Reading them online! Love this so much! Still have a long way to go. More on
  • Abigail Lo
    Honestly, Buggy is such a great villain. Can't wait to see what happens in Vol. 3!
  • Kaidesh Forrester
    loved it
  • Karely Madrigal camacho
    Y las aventuras continuan buscando más nakamas y ahora el mapa de la grand line. En general disfrutable.
  • Sam Julian
    This volume was all about the definition of 'treasure'. Both the mayor of the town and Chou Chou both have their own notion of what their 'treasure' is. I think one of the central messages of One Piece is that if you know what your treasure is, you make strong choices. And if your treasure is just, you'll make the right choices. Luffy D. Monkey is a powerful protagonist because his treasure is his north star, and he has respect for those with hon...
  • Vics Bookish Journey
    One Piece: Volume 2: 5 Stars (9/10 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 EVER ...
  • Fel
    안녕하세요? 오늘 리뷰는 입니다. 읽기 끈날 때는 나미를 만났습니다. 나미가 세상에 제일 싫어하는것은 해적입니다. 루피가 나미한테 패거리에 들어와 달라고 했을 때는 나미는 아니라고 했습니다.하지만 같이 버기해적을 이기려고 일하는 것 확인했습니다. 나미는거짓말햇는데요. 루피를 줄으로 잡고 버기해저한테 줬습니다.이 책의 상대...
  • John Collings
    If you go into One Piece thinking you are going to read a profound story that gives you insight into our lives, you will be sorely disappointed. But if you start to read this manga series looking for a fun time as a pirate with a heart of gold goes out looking for fame and helping good natured people along the way, then you will really enjoy this series. It is a lot of fun, and the second installment is action packed as Luffy meets Mina and convi...
  • Vittorio Rainone
    Nel secondo volume veniamo a conoscenza di un altro uomo che ha mangiato un frutto del diavolo, il pirata Bagy, che darà un certo (non eccessivo, per la verità) filo da torcere i nostri eroi. Se prima erano in due a inseguire One Piece, il tesoro più grande che i pirati abbiano mai sognato, adesso sono in tre. Si è aggiunta una riluttante e simpatica ragazzina, Nami, che ha qualcosa da ridire nei confronti dell'intero genere dei pirati, rei d...
  • Nathália
    nossa esse arco do pirata palhaço parece q tá durando 5 anos, pelamor.q cara chato.foi por isso q larguei no segundo volume ha 2 anos atras.tb achei babaquice o luffy dar com a cara do chief la na parede pro cara desmaiar e nao se meter e o zoro se machucar ainda mais só de show off. eu, hein. meu lado fã de kenshin nao aceita muita bem essas coisas rs.valeu so pelo shushu e a nami q eu mal conheço mas já gosto pacas
  • Carles
    Nostalgia, that's what I feel. I watched the anime as a kid and later I read the manga. I cannot be fair, I've loved this since I was six years old.Those many years ago I fell in love with the childish antics and the wierd powers that the devil fruits give to the people that eat them. I remember the fun that I had reading and watching One Piece. Again, I can't be imparcial. Too much memories of fun times.
  • Jared Emry
    Buggy is, perhaps, the first real antagonist in the series and has the most memorable arc of the early story. Certainly, he's one of the most significant antagonists in the series and appears throughout often enough, but this is his arc and it's the first one that really jumps out as 'wow!' The arc technically ends in the next volume.