One Piece Box Set 4: Dressrosa to Reverie: Volumes 71-90 with Premium (One Piece Box Sets): Volume 4
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Sky Island: 6/10; continues with some excellent themes and we get a really strong flashback and some mythology that seems important, even if I don’t know how yet. Thankfully the wonderful live action adaptation revived my interest in the series and I'm really glad I finished it, since Ennies Lobby was my favorite arc so far by far, and the Post-Ennies Lobby worldbuilding makes me want to keep going and find out more about the players in the background.
The fourth One Piece Box Set contains volumes 71-90, which make up the Dressrosa, Zou, Whole Cake Island and Reverie arcs. But his life changed when he accidentally gained the power to stretch like rubber - at the cost of never being able to swim again!The product overall is pretty good, however i found many of the books in the boxed set to be surprisingly scuffed. 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.
Since this box set has multiple arcs, I’m going to be logging this multiple times as I finish the arcs to come back and review. Going into this I had very little knowledge of the series, I knew the main character could stretch, and he wanted to be a pirate. The boxset was delivered really fast (1 day before expected) and theres nothing much to say other then it's Amazing.Biography: Eiichiro Oda began his manga career in 1992 at the age of 17, when his one-shot cowboy manga Wanted!
We pay respect to the Elders past, present and emerging, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. The second premium box set of One Piece, one of the most beloved and bestselling manga series of all time! On that matter, I hesitated between giving this one 4 or 5 stars since I did feel like the Water 7 arc was too long but I attribute that to watching part of it in anime format; in the manga, everything flows quickly and things rarely feel like they are being dragged.Also love the fact that the box contains the newest printings, which have small labels printed on each of the spines with the corresponding arc. many of the books had knicks and tears on the spine, some of the books' back covers were creased as though they were preowned. Main characters who were first introduced in the beginning are now having their full backstory told just as recently as a few years ago.