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One Piece, Bd.45 , Ich kann mir vorstellen, wir ihr euch fühlt! (One Piece #45)

4.53 of 5 stars 4.53  ·  rating details  ·  1,095 ratings  ·  29 reviews
Der Buster Call ist überstanden, Rob Lucci besiegt, die Weltregierung zurückgeschlagen, und die Flying Lamb darf endlich in Frieden ruhen. Doch bevor Ruffy und seine Leute sich wieder auf den Weg machen können, braut sich neues Unheil über Water Seven und der Grand Line zusammen. Einmal mehr wird Ruffy von seiner Vergangenheit eingeholt und muss schmerzlich feststellen, da ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published December 31st 2007 by Carlsen Verlag GmbH (first published March 2nd 2007)
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Oct 09, 2007 Kanti rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everybody!!!
Bikkuri bako (kotak kejut, Jack in the box) memang benar-benar menampilkan kejutan yang sangaaaaat menggemaskan... Ada hal-hal yang terjawab, namun menimbulkan tanda tanya baru.

Kemunculan sepintas dari dua tokoh keren misterius yang ternyata oh ternyata pernah kita kenal sebelumnya, juga mencengangkan...

Dan kali ini, mempertimbangkan tekanan dunia luar (luar komik, luar jepang pun), demi political correctness, Portgas D Ace (dan segenap anggota Kumis Putih tentunya) telah berganti tatoo menjadi
Chapter 45 random reactions:
- Need to reread about Logue town! I knew he was related to Luffy but why am I still so surprised??
- The world of One Piece is so... vast! and amazing! Amazing how these indivduals are tied together by separate events. Oda sure is a genius!
- Sanji's wanted poster always gets me! HAHAHAHHAHA
- LOL were those pimples or hair on Franky's butt?
- But- but! Franky wore those underpants! How are they just holding it like it's normal?
Linda Jaejoong
Nachdem die CP9 besiegt worden ist, gönnen unsere Helden sich eine kleine Pause. Ruffys Opa Garp kommt zu Besuch und enthüllt ein schockierendes Geheimnis, wir erfahren endlich wer der Vater von Ruffy ist. Ruffy seine Familie ist schon ein sonderbarer Haufen, ich würde gern wissen wer seine Mutter ist.

Nachdem sich alle ausgeruht haben wollen sie wieder in See stechen. Frankie hat noch eine Überraschung für sie und die Strohhütte bekommen auch noch ein neues Mitglied dazu. Wer das ist müsst ihr s
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Tom Ewing
The exertions of the Water Seven arc over, Luffy's grandpa drops in for a chat. Cue several solid episodes of exposition, major revelations that might have been dripfed but are instead briskly ticked off to set up long-term story arcs. It makes for a vertiginous read, especially as we also check in on the (very long neglected) Ace and Blackbeard plot. Obviously, none of this is going to be resolved at any pace, and One Piece is now definitely a series with a lengthy future ahead of it.
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 ever written.

More about One Piece at my blog http://bokuno
A few chapters to catch mybreath and a look on Luffy's family. I always thought there was some relation between Luffy and Gol. D. Rogers but would never cross my mind that his grandfather is a marine and his father is a revolutionist. What a strange family with such complicated ties. The story of how Frakny joins the crew is a little bit silly yet funny. The crew is growing and being more famous than ever.
On m'a raconté que l'arc d'Enies Lobby était le plus pour le moment je dois admettre que je pense de même! Tellement de choses se sont passées tellement de moments l'équipage s'est agrandi alors qu'il se voyait menacé de se disloquer...
Merci Oda Sensei!!! *__*
I love how this manga has a bigger picture going on. You get caught up in all the small adventures, you don't realize the bigger story unfolding. Until on the rare occasion it focuses on it. Luffy's family was really interesting along with the whole Blackbeard fight.
Having defeated the CP9 and escaped from the World Government forces, the Straw Hat Pirates return to Water Seven to figure out what to do next. However, their successes have increased the size of their bounties and draw the attention of, among others, Luffy's family and it turns out there are some surprises when their identities are revealed.

Meanwhile, with the help of Frankie, construction begins on their new ship. Will it be as good as the Merry Go and will they find a regular carpenter to b
about this volume: robin and usopp are back. franky and thousand sunny came. monkey d. dragon and monkey d. garp are luffy's blood.

what will become next?
Sarah Lu
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It's really fun when Ruffy meets his grandpa! I was laughing so much!!
tellement de punchs dans un seul tome!
No puedo leer a Ace como si nada. Simplemente, no puedo.
I'm glad I started reading this series, I was skeptical at first because I'd only seen clips of the anime and it looks silly and nonsensical to me, but I ended up hooked by the first volume. This one had me laughing out loud so hard I almost cried. I knew they were going to have Franky join their crew and he's one of my favorite characters next to Luffy and Zolo.
I've read this before, but on a re-read I realized how much I love this volume. Garp and Dragon get properly introduced; Ace confronts the Blackbeard pirates; Shanks and Whitebeard drinking together; Koby's return; Usopp rejoins the crew; Franky joins the crew. All right after the amazing end of Water Seven.
Nov 26, 2007 Imansoe rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: ketawa ketiwi
Shelves: manga, comic
Awalnya ngga terlalu tertarik baca komik ini. Bentuk tokohnya aneh2.. ada yg melarlah, ada yg idung panjang.

Tp setelah mencoba membacanya komik perkomik, ternyata kisahnya seru banget. Dah gitu kocak abis tingkah lakunya..
Walhasil komik ini jd salah satu favorit yg wajib ditunggu saban bulan komik barunya.
This is mostly wrap up for the excellent Water 7 arc, but somehow it manages to be fantastic in its own right, too. There's lots of humor, great character moments, and some wowza revelations. I am very impressed by Oda's ability to use details from hundreds of chapters back. Great volume.
One Piece 45 is more of a relaxed volume.I really enjoyed it.This one answers some questions on the mysteries of One Piece,and we get to see some old characters we haven't seen in ages!The Straw Hats also become known all around the world in this volume.:)
At the beginning of this arc, I never would have picked Frankie as the character they would take with them. I think I'm actually more interested in what Ace is up to than what Luffy's doing.
Ashley Sigler
The perfect end to a perfect arc! Meeting Coby and the other guy (Helmeppo) along with bringing in Luffy's grandfather and setting up a new arc with the fight between Blackbeard and Ace!
Wrapping up WaterSeven story with StrawHat crew & vessel changes, some random hilarity and Kami-Enel "fairy vEarth" adventures on the chapter break pages
ehehehe.... hehehehe.... hehehehe....

hehehehe... hehehe..

hidup pandaman!!! (dooooooooong!!!)

The conclusion to the longest arc (so far) of the One Piece series.

But it's still going on strong.
S. J.
Jul 01, 2013 S. J. rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Manga lovers, teenage boys and girls, people interested in manga, fans of the series
Recommended to S. by: The Anime
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Indah Threez Lestari
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Pertama kali dibeli dan dibaca pada tanggal 24 Oktober 2007.
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See also 尾田 栄一郎

Eiichiro Oda (尾田 栄一郎 Oda Eiichirō) is a Japanese manga artist, best known as the creator of the manga and anime One Piece.

As a child, Oda was inspired by Akira Toriyama's works and aspired to become a manga artist. He recalls that his interest in pirates was probably sparked by the popular TV animation series titled Vicky the Viking. He submitted a character named Pandaman for Yudet
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