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Book Title: One Piece, Vol. 65|
The author of the book: Eiichirō Oda
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The size of the: 758 KB
Edition: Star Comics
Date of issue: November 2nd 2012
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Read full description of the books One Piece, Vol. 65:A poor One Piece arc reaches (almost) its inevitable conclusion. As a pacey, page-turning volume, this isn't bad, even if its taken a while to get to the point where Luffy can deal with Hody. As an example of Eiichiro Oda's newfound willingness to tackle more serious topics in One Piece - which has been growing over the last two dozen volumes - it's something of a misstep. The theme of the arc is that the Fishmen are oppressed by the Humans, and Oda throws his weight behind the faction of the Fishmen that wants co-existence, not hatred and revenge. Hody Jones, the leader of the radicals, is revealed as a nihilist extremist, happy to kill his own. Well, OK.
But the way the arc works - because One Piece is ultimately always about our heroes punching things - is then to have a crew of 'good' humans appear to save the helpless Fishmen from their own extremist element. Does Jinbei - the most pro-active and independent Fishmen leader we've seen - get to deal with the extreme wing? No, it's Luffy, the human leader. (Jinbei does point out how unacceptable it would be for the Fishmen to be saved by humans, but then it happens anyway.) Does their rebellion fail because ordinary Fishmen want nothing to do with extremist violence? No - they are mostly shown as terrified, and reliant on human protection. By the end - I'm skipping ahead a volume now - Luffy is pledging to put the island under his personal protection. Phew! The happy ending is that the bad human oppressors have been replaced by a good human protector. Much progress!
Try to apply this to any situation of actual racial or political oppression and it's a trainwreck. Luckily, the saving grace is that Oda doesn't lean any harder on the heavy stuff or the parallels than usual - it's broad-strokes, violent comedy all the way. By the end, though, I'm grateful he didn't waste any of his better antagonists on this one.
Read information about the authorSee 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 Yudetamago's classic wrestling manga Kinnikuman. Pandaman was not only used in a chapter of the manga but would later return as a recurring cameo character in Oda's own works.
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