One Piece Volume 2: Buggy the Clown
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Gray Terminal - The Final Destination of the Uncertainty ( 不確かな物の終着駅 (グレイ・ターミナル) , Futashikana Monono Shuuchakueki (Gurei Tāminaru) ? Note: As all of these were either event giveaways or included with Saikyo Jump issues, never officially sold by Shueisha, none were printed with an ISBN.
I liked this even more than the first one, as we see Luffy, Nami and Zoro (Zolo in the English translation) take on Buggy the Clown. I Promise Never to Fight in This Town ( ワタクシはこの町では決してケンカしないと誓います , Watakushi wa Kono Machi de wa Kesshite Kenka Shinai to Chikaimasu ?I'm just comparing the two after having not read any of this series for at least fifteen years, and having read about a third of FT much more recently. continues where the previous tankōbon left off and contains the next nine chapters (9–17) of the on-going manga series. Additionally, this is the volume in which we are introduced to Nami and I'm so curious to see how her personality (she HATES pirates) is going to mesh (or not mesh) with Luffy and Zolo.
She refuses to join Luffy's crew, because he is a pirate, but eventually joins forces with him when the face 0ff Buggy the Clown, who is also ate a Devil Fruit, which gives him powers and a contemporary of Shanks – Luffy's pirate role model. All Things Are Brought Into This World With Hope ( 万物は望まれて、この世に生まれる , Banbutsu wa Nozomarete, Kono Yo ni Umareru ? The part of this volume where Zoro (soon Zolo) reopens his wound with his own sword got me a bit queasy the first time I read it years ago, but I guess I'm more tolerant of that kind of thing now.Marineford Marine Headquarters - Oris Plaza ( マリンフォード海軍本部オリス広場 , Marinfōdo Kaigun Honbu Orisu Hiroba ? Here is a quick description and cover image of book One Piece, Volume 2: Buggy the Clown written by Eiichiro Oda which was published in 1998-4-3.