One Piece, Vol. 17 (英語) ペーパーバック – 2008/3/4
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It's the final showdown with the metallic King Wapol! He wants his castle back and he's not taking "no" for an answer. Well, Luffy, Sanji and their newfound friend Tony Tony Chopper aren't giving up so easily! But our heroes have their hands full--especially with Wapol's ability to modify his body depending on what he eats! Meanwhile, down the mountain in Big Horn village the people are devastated as their beloved leader lies in the snow, badly injured. But all is not lost when Wapol's deadly 20 Doctors make an unbelievable announcement!
Eiichiro Oda debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1997 as a comic creator and artist with ONE PIECE. Oda is one of the most popular comic artists in Japan today, started out by earning the Hop Step Award (a monthly award given by Jump for amateur artists) as well as the esteemed Tezuka Award. His art style is reminiscent of Akira Toriyama, Sergio Aragones, and the movie Yellow Submarine.
His appearance is cute when he is small. He’s got a kind heart. I think that it is more than appropriate for him to be a member of the crew.
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Volume 17 overflows with Oda's mastery of manga as it is a cauldron of engaging duels, comical occurrences, and sentimental back stories. Furthermore, Chopper's addition to the Straw Hats is a noteworthy inclusion to any One Piece--or manga--library. However, the volume contains its minor flaws, particularly to the purists. Firstly, when I ordered the volume, I expected to receive its first printing edition with its cover letters gilded with a radiant gold. Instead, I received the seventh printing edition with insipid orange and purple fonts. Then again, this is simply a minor setback. I wished for no aesthetic discrepancy to exist within my One Piece collection since, prior to acquiring this volume, all of my volumes preceding Volume 24 were embellished with the golden font. It is, nonetheless, imperative to note that the most recent printings possess a thin, nearly invisible line in their covers, thereby preserving your book by preventing your manga from harmful bending upon reading. Then, there is the issue about the translations, but these do not significantly jeopardize the reading.
The crux of the matter is that Volume 17 deserves praise and merit for its plot, humor, and action. Therefore, it is definitely a worthy purchase. Four stars out of five.
Oh. And about Mr. 2 Bon Clay? Puh-leeze. You are NOT fooling anyone. So why did you embarrass yourself (and any self-respecting One Piece fan) with that cop-out of a translation for his personal philosophy?
Still Zolo? Why? *cries*
I'll be keeping my own translations (and the Japanese tankoubons I already own) thank you very much, while still buying these volumes too... but if the translations get any lamer I'm not sure how much longer I'll be able to stomach them!
The conclusion of this mini-arc is, basically, the big fight between Luffy and the ex-king. What can I say about it I haven't said about many other previous volumes of One Piece? Lots of action, lots of humor, lots of fun. A strong volume. ****