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Luffy and the Straw Hat crew board their trusted ship and head under the sea towards Fish-Man Island. However, getting in their way will be fierce pirates, underwater volcanoes, and a humongous sea creature!


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Luffy and the Straw Hat crew board their trusted ship and head under the sea towards Fish-Man Island. However, getting in their way will be fierce pirates, underwater volcanoes, and a humongous sea creature!

30 review for One Piece, Volume 62: Adventure on Fish-Man Island

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elle

    New adventure since they're promise to meet Cami and Jinbei back to Fish-Man Island before Ace's death. As always they journey never been smooth. I'm kinda wanna see their new power! Maybe soon? BUT their clownish attitude is never changed. Lol. Meet new enemies. Who are they? I'm assumed they will be connected with Fish-Man Island! New adventure since they're promise to meet Cami and Jinbei back to Fish-Man Island before Ace's death. As always they journey never been smooth. I'm kinda wanna see their new power! Maybe soon? BUT their clownish attitude is never changed. Lol. Meet new enemies. Who are they? I'm assumed they will be connected with Fish-Man Island!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Thelma

    Honestly, the Fishman Island arc is not a favorite of mine (I'm looking forward to Punk Hazard more). But, even with that, I love the friendship between Luffy and the mermaid princess. And it's nice to see how all the crew got stronger. Honestly, the Fishman Island arc is not a favorite of mine (I'm looking forward to Punk Hazard more). But, even with that, I love the friendship between Luffy and the mermaid princess. And it's nice to see how all the crew got stronger.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Monsour

    The fastest way to New World is to cross Jimbe's homeland "Fish-man Island". The straw hat pirates had their upgrades, this is the best time to show it. The fastest way to New World is to cross Jimbe's homeland "Fish-man Island". The straw hat pirates had their upgrades, this is the best time to show it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    The Straw Hats had finally reached Fishman Island but things aren't what they seem. With a conspiracy going on and the hatred of the fishman against the humans there is soon to be a war. Leading the revolution is led by the captain of the New Fishman Pirates, Hordy Jones. I really the use of the Davy Jones myth in this volume and the introduction to Big Mam one of the yonko who had taken over the island after Whitebeard's death. The Straw Hats had finally reached Fishman Island but things aren't what they seem. With a conspiracy going on and the hatred of the fishman against the humans there is soon to be a war. Leading the revolution is led by the captain of the New Fishman Pirates, Hordy Jones. I really the use of the Davy Jones myth in this volume and the introduction to Big Mam one of the yonko who had taken over the island after Whitebeard's death.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Claudiu

    A decent continuation of the story following the events of Marineford. It can't reach the highs of said event, but it doesn't have to honestly. The story left behind some very big moments and now it's time for the heroes to recuperate, catch up and get back into the swing of things. Great world building moments in this one. A decent continuation of the story following the events of Marineford. It can't reach the highs of said event, but it doesn't have to honestly. The story left behind some very big moments and now it's time for the heroes to recuperate, catch up and get back into the swing of things. Great world building moments in this one.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Igorina

    A bit too much fan service for me but still a fun read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Gerry Sacco

    Really slow. Definitely not his best work. Art is beautiful though. hopefully this arc picks up a bit more.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Josh Whittington

    The Straw Hats are back together and setting out on their first adventure of the New World. It’s like they were never separated; they’re goofing around, helping each other out and, of course, getting into all kinds of trouble. This volume is set-up for the Fish-Man Island arc, covering the Sunny’s undersea journey and providing world-building for the land of fish-men and merpeople. The undersea journey makes full use of the possibilities of the deep sea - there’s all kinds of gross and horrifyin The Straw Hats are back together and setting out on their first adventure of the New World. It’s like they were never separated; they’re goofing around, helping each other out and, of course, getting into all kinds of trouble. This volume is set-up for the Fish-Man Island arc, covering the Sunny’s undersea journey and providing world-building for the land of fish-men and merpeople. The undersea journey makes full use of the possibilities of the deep sea - there’s all kinds of gross and horrifying creatures down there in the real world, so you can just imagine what kind of monstrosities are there in the One Piece world. Being underwater also gives an immediate sense of vulnerability and danger to the crew because heading out into the water will neutralise half the crew’s abilities. Fish-Man Island is about what you’d expect given what we’ve heard of it so far, so it lacks a sense of wonder and awe that locations like Skypiea did, but the plot threads that are set up for this arc are interesting. There’s a lot of factions in conflict with each other, and while the Straw Hats would have had some allies here they get turned against the crew due to some misadventures and misunderstandings. We’ve seen what the fish-men are capable of all the way back in Arlong Park and not only are these fish-men more powerful than him but the Straw Hats are also fighting them in their home turf. It’ll be interesting to see whether the crew’s major upgrades are enough to give them a fighting chance.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Rana

    I want to refrain from saying this is a slow volume but it is! This one is about the marvelous city about fishman island and the dangerous depth of the sea. I can't wrap my head about the logic behind how the sunny travels underwater but I will have to accept that a giant bubble of air can get submerged underwater. Then the strawhats get mingled in some deep sh**. It's good though to see how the team got strong after the 2 years and especially good to see how Luffy is recovering after Ace's deat I want to refrain from saying this is a slow volume but it is! This one is about the marvelous city about fishman island and the dangerous depth of the sea. I can't wrap my head about the logic behind how the sunny travels underwater but I will have to accept that a giant bubble of air can get submerged underwater. Then the strawhats get mingled in some deep sh**. It's good though to see how the team got strong after the 2 years and especially good to see how Luffy is recovering after Ace's death.

  10. 5 out of 5

    William Schram

    The Straw Hats finally make it to Fish-Man Island. It isn't all roses and giraffe cakes, though. A group calling itself the New Fish-Man Pirates threatens the land. Luffy meets the Mermaid Princess, Shirahoshi. A man named Vander Decken threatens her life. Luffy decides to take her for a walk and escape the palace. My copy has faded artwork, so it bothers me. I don't know if it's just my copy, or the specific print run that caused this. The Straw Hats finally make it to Fish-Man Island. It isn't all roses and giraffe cakes, though. A group calling itself the New Fish-Man Pirates threatens the land. Luffy meets the Mermaid Princess, Shirahoshi. A man named Vander Decken threatens her life. Luffy decides to take her for a walk and escape the palace. My copy has faded artwork, so it bothers me. I don't know if it's just my copy, or the specific print run that caused this.

  11. 5 out of 5

    David Wei

    One of the most beautiful volumes in terms of scenery. I'm always amazed in front of the different places our favorite pirate crew visits in Fishman island. One of the most beautiful volumes in terms of scenery. I'm always amazed in front of the different places our favorite pirate crew visits in Fishman island.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Arnaud

    Fish-Man island in all its glory. Lots of fun little events in this volume, preparing for the big adventures once again

  13. 5 out of 5

    Hamid

    3.75 stars

  14. 5 out of 5

    Marilag

    As usual, I don't do reviews of manga, it's too much effort, and this is really only here as notes to myself. - Once again, so glad that the Mugiwara are back in business. Their sheer interaction with each other was missed throughout the epic Whitebeard War. - This is where a new adventure begins, though I feel like this is still somewhat in the halfway stage, because the SHs are still getting their feet wet after their two-year training. You know, testing the waters of the New World (hee). - We do As usual, I don't do reviews of manga, it's too much effort, and this is really only here as notes to myself. - Once again, so glad that the Mugiwara are back in business. Their sheer interaction with each other was missed throughout the epic Whitebeard War. - This is where a new adventure begins, though I feel like this is still somewhat in the halfway stage, because the SHs are still getting their feet wet after their two-year training. You know, testing the waters of the New World (hee). - We do get introduced to some pretty heavy stuff by the middle of the volume, though, particularly the rampant hatred against humans harbored by a number of the New Fish-Man islanders. Particularly since they also have the tattoo worn by the Arlong Pirates. Even if I hadn't seen the anime already, I detect some massive amounts of mentioning Nami's past, and a great degree of roller-coaster feelings (I mean, if Momoo was any indication...). - Some new and old characters thrown in! The "brother-boshis" have arrived, and I have got to say I loved how they were drawn. Fukaboshi in particular (but we don't see his badassery until way later, so I'll go back to them again when the time comes). - The Flying Dutchman makes its appearance as well, dragging with it the most annoyingly useless Vander Decken. I think he was my least favorite character in the Fish-Man Island arc, to be sure. - Some underwhelming appearance of a kraken and a pirate captain are somewhere here. But I didn't really care for either of them. - The main villain of the arc also shows up, though I can hardly call him much of a threat as is. Hordy Jones is the more menacing version of Arlong, only utterly intolerant and 'roided up to a tremendous degree. - Shirahoshi also shows up, along with a number of other mermaids. To this day, I'm still not sure whether I like Shirahoshi or not. I do know I'm not a big fan of the fortune-teller madam floating around, though I suppose she proves to add in to the conflict (and frankly, without her misguided prediction, the hilarity at the palace would not have been seen). - Jimbei is mentioned! Yay Jimbei cameo! I hope they meet up with him soon, he's an awesome character. - Zoro goes drinking and gets caught. Usopp, Brook, and Nami try to run away, but fails to do so because the marimo first mate decides to hold the palace hostage (the way he describes his other crew mates just killed me a bit). - Luffy follows his nose and winds up in the presence of the gigantic mermaid princess. - Robin tra-la-las in search of the next poneglyph. Franky tra-la-las in search of Tom's brother. Sanji tra-la-las in a world of mermaids (need I say that this is severely damaging to his brain capacity, considering that he had spent TWO YEARS on an island of hot tranny messes?). And poor Chopper's got to stick with Sanji in case he actually bleeds to death. - I am also amused that the damn Rastafarian starfish is a famous fashion designer, but he won't even give Camie some proceeds for, oh, I don't know, taking care of him when they were nearer the surface. Those Fish-Man islanders are strange folk the lot of them.

  15. 5 out of 5

    KianaML

    One Piece is always such a great read, though I just remembered that I actually never finished the Fishman Island Arc! I actually skipped it after missing the anime episodes (since I use to only read or just watch it) though better late then never! I must say that I'm really enjoying this arc already, one of the things I love about One Piece in general is how creative Oda is with his Arcs and the One Piece story and characters. and Fishman Island, the art, the style of it, is just wonderful! Also One Piece is always such a great read, though I just remembered that I actually never finished the Fishman Island Arc! I actually skipped it after missing the anime episodes (since I use to only read or just watch it) though better late then never! I must say that I'm really enjoying this arc already, one of the things I love about One Piece in general is how creative Oda is with his Arcs and the One Piece story and characters. and Fishman Island, the art, the style of it, is just wonderful! Also I love how Oda gives you lots of material; truly money's worth, unlike some other manga writers who just take up a lot of pages with big scenes and not so much the story itself. Anyway I'm loving the plot of this already with the New Fishman pirates and I'm interested in why they hate humans as much as they do (though I already have a couple guesses). Also although initially when Shirahoshi was introduced when I was watching the anime I wasn't really impressed with her character, though as I was reading I'm starting to really like her! As always Oda did not disappoint me with this volume! the plot, art, creativity, comedy, action, it's all great! Can't wait to grab the next volume!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tom Ewing

    The Fishman Island arc is about getting two things done: re-introducing us to the Straw Hats as a team and showing off some of their new abilities, and also using One Piece to present a story about racism and intolerance. These are, respectively, necessary and noble goals. Neither of them really come off. The problem with the racism side of the storyline isn't obvious for a couple of volumes, but the problem with Fishman Island as a big comeback storyline is more apparent. Giving a nine-man team The Fishman Island arc is about getting two things done: re-introducing us to the Straw Hats as a team and showing off some of their new abilities, and also using One Piece to present a story about racism and intolerance. These are, respectively, necessary and noble goals. Neither of them really come off. The problem with the racism side of the storyline isn't obvious for a couple of volumes, but the problem with Fishman Island as a big comeback storyline is more apparent. Giving a nine-man team things to do still seems a problem for Eiichiro Oda, and the antagonists in the Fishman Island arc - introduced here - feel like obvious ringers. The result is the most sluggish, least dramatic volume of One Piece since the dark days of the Davy Back Fight. Some misunderstandings keep wheels spinning and pages turning, but the energy of the timeskip and reunion is ebbing fast.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kurami Rocket

    2.5 I really wasn't sure, what to rate this vol. If a 2 or 3. Anyways, after a long break, I have finally started to read One Piece once again. And I have to say, this vol I felt was rather slow to kick off. Though there was a feel of adventure, so people who love that will surely like this vol. I honestly felt that this vol was boring for the most part, say for some exciting scenes and moments. (view spoiler)[ My fave part was when Luffy meets this princess and promises to take her out to see the 2.5 I really wasn't sure, what to rate this vol. If a 2 or 3. Anyways, after a long break, I have finally started to read One Piece once again. And I have to say, this vol I felt was rather slow to kick off. Though there was a feel of adventure, so people who love that will surely like this vol. I honestly felt that this vol was boring for the most part, say for some exciting scenes and moments. (view spoiler)[ My fave part was when Luffy meets this princess and promises to take her out to see the world as she has dreamed, after being locked up for 10 years. That is something I can relate too. I also kind of like how they brought back the story line with Arlong; how they feel superior to humans for their strength and what not. (hide spoiler)]

  18. 5 out of 5

    Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson

    Volume begins at chapter 604: Into the Depths! After the crew reunites, they make their decent towards Mermaid Island. Coincidentally all pirates have to go through this island on the Grand Line to get to the New World. Not even a few pages in, and Luffy and the gang are already being harassed by a crew of rookies. Funny thing is that Moh-moo is pulling their ship. The great sea cow hasn't forgotten the crew that beat the Arlong pirates, and hightails it leaving behind the rookie captain. Read mor Volume begins at chapter 604: Into the Depths! After the crew reunites, they make their decent towards Mermaid Island. Coincidentally all pirates have to go through this island on the Grand Line to get to the New World. Not even a few pages in, and Luffy and the gang are already being harassed by a crew of rookies. Funny thing is that Moh-moo is pulling their ship. The great sea cow hasn't forgotten the crew that beat the Arlong pirates, and hightails it leaving behind the rookie captain. Read more antics for yourself, and see what happens. Cheers and Happy Reading!

  19. 5 out of 5

    S. J.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Fishman Island, we've been waiting a lllllllooooooooooonnnnnngggg time for this. We get to see a hint of Luffy's new found powers, I look forward to really seeing it in action. Cami's back, though I hope we'll see Jimbei and Hachi soon. The princes look awesome and just when you think that just once the world will give the Straw Hat's a break...nawh, where would the fun in that be? Things are about to get interesting, though I feel that Hody might be outclassed. 'Wimpy' is awesome, I hope we see Fishman Island, we've been waiting a lllllllooooooooooonnnnnngggg time for this. We get to see a hint of Luffy's new found powers, I look forward to really seeing it in action. Cami's back, though I hope we'll see Jimbei and Hachi soon. The princes look awesome and just when you think that just once the world will give the Straw Hat's a break...nawh, where would the fun in that be? Things are about to get interesting, though I feel that Hody might be outclassed. 'Wimpy' is awesome, I hope we see more of her. At least this way he might actually get to see Jimbei.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. One Piece vol. 62 Summary: ADVENTURE ON FISH-MAN ISLAND. Luffy and the Straw hat crew board their trusted ship and head under the sea towards Fish-Man Island. However, getting in their way will be fierce pirates, underwater volcanoes, and a humongous sea creature! Rating: 4 stars Opening Line: "How deep are we?" Quote: "Can somebody please donate some blood?! our friend is dying!!" One Piece vol. 62 Summary: ADVENTURE ON FISH-MAN ISLAND. Luffy and the Straw hat crew board their trusted ship and head under the sea towards Fish-Man Island. However, getting in their way will be fierce pirates, underwater volcanoes, and a humongous sea creature! Rating: 4 stars Opening Line: "How deep are we?" Quote: "Can somebody please donate some blood?! our friend is dying!!"

  21. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Belyea

    Once again reunited about their ship, the Straw Hat pirates head to Fish-Man Island to find their old friend Cami and meet mythical mermaids - if they can survive pirate attacks and run-ins with huge sea creatures! Oda brings back his classic humour and charm with this entry to the "One Piece" series. Time for the crew to head deeper than ever before! Once again reunited about their ship, the Straw Hat pirates head to Fish-Man Island to find their old friend Cami and meet mythical mermaids - if they can survive pirate attacks and run-ins with huge sea creatures! Oda brings back his classic humour and charm with this entry to the "One Piece" series. Time for the crew to head deeper than ever before!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey

    The Straw Hat Pirates make their way to Fish Man Island, catch-up with old friends, and, unsurprisingly, get themselves into trouble. Cute and forgettable. Not the best outing by any stretch, but it passes the time.

  23. 5 out of 5

    seb smith

    Lots of exposition this volume, but it's so good to see everybody again and it looks like Oda is setting up a great arc! I really like the self-fulfilling prophecy aspect... but worry who it REALLY was in the straw hat. Lots of exposition this volume, but it's so good to see everybody again and it looks like Oda is setting up a great arc! I really like the self-fulfilling prophecy aspect... but worry who it REALLY was in the straw hat.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Amanda StJohn

    I love this series! Luffy and his crew are awesome!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tsering

    The story behind what happened to mermaids and fish-men in the fish-man island. Luffy will destroy the island soon.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Erik

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  27. 4 out of 5

    Aaron

    First time hopping on this one in a while. Dense, and exposition heavy, but fun and nostalgic all the same.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Hayden

    Arriving on fish man island the crew find out that in the two years since the Paramount war thing have gotten dangerous, plus new foes rear there head from the shadows of the past

  29. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Not my favourite, strawhat crew get separated...

  30. 5 out of 5

    Cat

    The fishman island is very creative, I love all the details :D

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