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Sanji, Usopp and Franky are on their own against the Navy as the rest of the Straw Hats hurry to catch up to the speeding Sea Train. But freeing Robin from the clutches of CP9 won't be an easy task with a train full of enemies. And even if they do reach her, does she even want to be rescued?! Sanji, Usopp and Franky are on their own against the Navy as the rest of the Straw Hats hurry to catch up to the speeding Sea Train. But freeing Robin from the clutches of CP9 won't be an easy task with a train full of enemies. And even if they do reach her, does she even want to be rescued?!


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Sanji, Usopp and Franky are on their own against the Navy as the rest of the Straw Hats hurry to catch up to the speeding Sea Train. But freeing Robin from the clutches of CP9 won't be an easy task with a train full of enemies. And even if they do reach her, does she even want to be rescued?! Sanji, Usopp and Franky are on their own against the Navy as the rest of the Straw Hats hurry to catch up to the speeding Sea Train. But freeing Robin from the clutches of CP9 won't be an easy task with a train full of enemies. And even if they do reach her, does she even want to be rescued?!

30 review for One Piece, Volume 39: Scramble

  1. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Sogeking!!! from soge island, that exist only in your heart! Franky is such a nice guy, weird but kind!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Thelma

    The real business is starting. Serious fights are gonna start. All the players are finally in the same place!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Yaiza

    yas yas yas yaaaas! I love Luffy sooo much

  4. 5 out of 5

    Juho Pohjalainen

    The battle between Franky and Nero is one of the highlights of this entire story, perhaps shonen genre in general. For all the powers and spectacle, all the high stakes and tension, from an emotional standpoint shonen fights tend to be pretty dull affairs. You've got your righteous anger at the hero's side, smug self-assurance at the villain's, and whoever is first surprised - caught off-guard by a new special power the enemy pulls out - is the loser. It's rare for either side to truly lose their The battle between Franky and Nero is one of the highlights of this entire story, perhaps shonen genre in general. For all the powers and spectacle, all the high stakes and tension, from an emotional standpoint shonen fights tend to be pretty dull affairs. You've got your righteous anger at the hero's side, smug self-assurance at the villain's, and whoever is first surprised - caught off-guard by a new special power the enemy pulls out - is the loser. It's rare for either side to truly lose their cool until the very end. And when the end comes, either the victor was clear from the start, or it was achieved by the hero revealing a new power out of their arse, flat-out refusing to stay down, or both. What we have here is one rare exception - two absolute idiots each revealing a constant stream of new baffling powers for a temporary advantage, each being equally surprised over and over again, each of them actually visibly struggling to gain victory by means other than more and more raw strength. They're pretty equal in physical and mental sense alike. And perhaps most importantly, they're both legitimately hilarious and have a great chemistry together. Such fights are all too rare, all across the board. Could use more of them.

  5. 4 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The value of being in a crew that cares ❤️ Also Franky is cool 👍

  6. 4 out of 5

    Abeer Albossany

    I was really disappointed all through this volume! A whole seven chapters were wasted to show some stupid matches not including even one impotant villain of the CP9! I liked Robin even more in this volume, though. For her persistence on not letting her friends be involved in this matter, and the time when Zoro cut a ship into two pairs.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    Buncha boring fights on the trains as everyone races to Enies Lobby so most of volume is kinda filler to set up the next amaze-balls plot development

  8. 5 out of 5

    Josh Whittington

    The Straw Hats are hot on the tail of the Sea Train that’s carrying Robin, while Sanji, Franky and the Sniper King (who’s definitely not Usopp) are already on the train trying to break Robin out. There’s some fun character moments for the trio as they take on government officials without the backup of the heavier-hitting members of the crew, but their opponents are major chumps so it never feels like a lot is at stake. They come up with some creative ways of taking out their opponents though. The The Straw Hats are hot on the tail of the Sea Train that’s carrying Robin, while Sanji, Franky and the Sniper King (who’s definitely not Usopp) are already on the train trying to break Robin out. There’s some fun character moments for the trio as they take on government officials without the backup of the heavier-hitting members of the crew, but their opponents are major chumps so it never feels like a lot is at stake. They come up with some creative ways of taking out their opponents though. The most exciting part of the volume is the ending, where the Straw Hats prepare to assault the impenetrable Enies Lobby where Robin is to be sentenced to death. Luffy charges on ahead like he always does, and you get a sense of how the navy fears him despite his childish and carefree demeanour. The next volume is set to be exciting as the full battle will actually begin, with some interesting developments having been set-up right at the end.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Subham

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The strawhats continue to rescue robin, while Sanji is alone on the train and like 5 parts of the train are there and each guarded by someone, he is able to battle some and defeat easily and dislodges the 5th one, and battles Wanze meanwhile Franky is battling Nero. The fight is challenging for sure but its so good, Sanji gets amazing moments as a cook and just shows his awesomeness! Zoro and co are on the train when he has to fight shipwrecking T-BONE A CP official and that fight is just woah. The strawhats continue to rescue robin, while Sanji is alone on the train and like 5 parts of the train are there and each guarded by someone, he is able to battle some and defeat easily and dislodges the 5th one, and battles Wanze meanwhile Franky is battling Nero. The fight is challenging for sure but its so good, Sanji gets amazing moments as a cook and just shows his awesomeness! Zoro and co are on the train when he has to fight shipwrecking T-BONE A CP official and that fight is just woah. Its a great battle and then when they do rescue robin they are beseeched by the CP9 members and they enter Enies Lobby aka Justice Island. But the Straw hats come to but Luffy enters without a proper plan and like the way he jumps through those gates is so funny lol and then him as he enter the main gate he is surrounded by 1000s of men while he is alone! This was a great volume full of action sequences and keeps you engaged throughout and is just an epic read! Oda is on fire here!!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jimmy

    Volume 39 covers chapters 368 to 377. The Straw Hats finish their escapades on the sea train, besting both Wanze, the CP7 cooking fighter, and Nero, the sea weasel. These formidable opponents were no match for our heroes, and it looks like they're close to rescuing Robin. Sniper King enters the picture to save the day, but the mysterious powers of CP9 were just too much for them to handle. They finally make it to Enies Lobby, and all hell breaks loose when they raid the island to take back their Volume 39 covers chapters 368 to 377. The Straw Hats finish their escapades on the sea train, besting both Wanze, the CP7 cooking fighter, and Nero, the sea weasel. These formidable opponents were no match for our heroes, and it looks like they're close to rescuing Robin. Sniper King enters the picture to save the day, but the mysterious powers of CP9 were just too much for them to handle. They finally make it to Enies Lobby, and all hell breaks loose when they raid the island to take back their friend. How will this new turn of events play out? Find out in the continuing volumes of One Piece!

  11. 5 out of 5

    William Schram

    Baroque Works attempts to save their comrades but falls onto an island where the Navy has a vacation spot. Meanwhile, the Strawhats reach Enies Lobby to pursue Robin. Luffy goes on his own and defeats thousands of fighters. CP9 is a silly group, though. We find that one of the agents has a zipper on his mouth but is always blabbing secrets. Sniper King introduces himself. He's from Sniper Island, which is in your hearts. Great stuff from Oda. Baroque Works attempts to save their comrades but falls onto an island where the Navy has a vacation spot. Meanwhile, the Strawhats reach Enies Lobby to pursue Robin. Luffy goes on his own and defeats thousands of fighters. CP9 is a silly group, though. We find that one of the agents has a zipper on his mouth but is always blabbing secrets. Sniper King introduces himself. He's from Sniper Island, which is in your hearts. Great stuff from Oda.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    I'm officially farther than I've ever been in either the manga or the anime. A lot of fighting in this volume, and I'm happy with that after the last one was mostly set up. Really hoping Robin's backstory pays off. I'm officially farther than I've ever been in either the manga or the anime. A lot of fighting in this volume, and I'm happy with that after the last one was mostly set up. Really hoping Robin's backstory pays off.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bee (BacchusVines)

    Man, Luffy fighting the Marines to get to Robin, hoo boy.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Alok

    The train fights were really cool!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Arnaud

    Things at Enies Lobby about to get serious... "yeah.. I'm by myself. Get out of my way" Things at Enies Lobby about to get serious... "yeah.. I'm by myself. Get out of my way"

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lucia

    The hype is real

  17. 4 out of 5

    endeavoursofvic

    4 Stars I adore everything except for the fights in this volume. They were fine as well though... Just not great by any means.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Matan Michaeli

    Very nice build up to a great fight on Enies Lobby. I expect to see an amazing clash between straw hats and CP-9.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Marilag

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Again, I make notes on manga, not so much review them. This is just to help me remember what things happened in which volume. So this is where the great, great things of the CP9 saga truly begins. Enies Lobby is probably one of my favorite arcs of One Piece, second to the Arlong arc as far as character development goes, and second to the badassery that's surely to come during the Whitebeard saga (which I've already seen in the anime). - The Mugiwaras (Sanji, Robin, and Usopp excepted) are still he Again, I make notes on manga, not so much review them. This is just to help me remember what things happened in which volume. So this is where the great, great things of the CP9 saga truly begins. Enies Lobby is probably one of my favorite arcs of One Piece, second to the Arlong arc as far as character development goes, and second to the badassery that's surely to come during the Whitebeard saga (which I've already seen in the anime). - The Mugiwaras (Sanji, Robin, and Usopp excepted) are still heading toward Enies Lobby by way of the volatile Puffing Tom. Zoro and Luffy astound the Franky brothers and the Galley-La carpenters with their brute strength and math skills (hee, Zoro). Nami astounds just by being Nami, that wanton woman! - Sanji shows us that Zoro isn't the only person who can handle sharp objects. - Franky the cyborg shows us what part of him is truly cyborg. Centaur, indeed. He does, however, make quick work of Nero, a CP9 member who's technically not CP9, considering he only knows 4 of the 6 Rokushiki moves. I mean, how lame is that? - Usopp tries to break a reluctant Robin free. I'm not sure who's sillier at this rate. - Zoro slices and dices. And so does T-Bone. - Usopp does manage to get Robin out, and Sanji uncouples the cars away from CP9, with Franky sacrificing himself in order for Robin to be saved. Problem is, Blueno happens to have the Door-Door Fruit. So that plan fizzled out quickly. - CP9 is reunited and successful, bringing with them both Robin and Cutty Flam. - Luffy jumps--literally--ahead of everyone else and makes it to Enies Lobby faster, amidst the groans of the rest of his crew.

  20. 5 out of 5

    S. J.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. + I love Nami's new climate baton. Dials are awesome! + Smart to let the cars with enemies go...but won't that get in Rocketman's way? + I. Hate. Wanze. 'Nough said. + Nero the novice CP9 'weasel' guy is dumb. Why is he even in here? And Franky's centaur leg thing? Lame. + Is it just me or is Usopp acting braver? Boy, he sure does understand Luffy. I wonder if that's cuz he's had time to think. + Zolo is awesome. Also I found Panda man on my own for the first time EVER! + I loved Zolo here: "I'm sure + I love Nami's new climate baton. Dials are awesome! + Smart to let the cars with enemies go...but won't that get in Rocketman's way? + I. Hate. Wanze. 'Nough said. + Nero the novice CP9 'weasel' guy is dumb. Why is he even in here? And Franky's centaur leg thing? Lame. + Is it just me or is Usopp acting braver? Boy, he sure does understand Luffy. I wonder if that's cuz he's had time to think. + Zolo is awesome. Also I found Panda man on my own for the first time EVER! + I loved Zolo here: "I'm sure your burden of Justice is heavy...but we're carrying some burdens of our own." + I also hate Sumo Frog. + "Pirate can't leave their crew without the captain's permission!!! So Robin, have faith in Luffy!" Love. + I'm going to hate the Buster Call, aren't I? And those...so and sos used her worse nightmare against her. Kill them all, guys. + Ennies Lobby is beautifully created but I'm going to not like what happens here. + Kumadori makes me...uncomfortable. + And Luffy cuts a swath through the ranks. Go future Pirate King! + ...I think those are Elbath warriors guarding the gates. I miss Dorry and the other guy! + Luffy's surrounded by a decent sized army. I feel bad for the army.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Novia

    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 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://bokunosekai.wordpress.com/cate... Annual One Piece Reread 2010 > http://bokunosekai.wordpress.com/2010... Annual One Piece Reread 2011 > http://bokunosekai.wordpress.com/2011... Annual One Piece Reread 2012 http://bokunosekai.wordpress.com/2012...

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey

    As Luffy and the others race towards them, Franky, Sanji, and their new friend, the Sniper King, seize the moment to try and rescue Nico from CP9. Facing off against the elite world government force, Sanji & gang discover further layers to Nico's secret and why she's so willing to go along with CP9's requests. With the sea train rushing towards the nightless island, it'll take the entire crew of the Merry-Go to save their lost crew member. This volume was silly, rambunctious, and fun. Fast paced, As Luffy and the others race towards them, Franky, Sanji, and their new friend, the Sniper King, seize the moment to try and rescue Nico from CP9. Facing off against the elite world government force, Sanji & gang discover further layers to Nico's secret and why she's so willing to go along with CP9's requests. With the sea train rushing towards the nightless island, it'll take the entire crew of the Merry-Go to save their lost crew member. This volume was silly, rambunctious, and fun. Fast paced, yet easy to follow, Eiichiro Oda keeps things moving quickly yet gives his characters moments to shine. I'll definitely keep reading.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. One Piece vol. 39 Summary: STRUGGLE. Sanji, Usopp, and Franky are on their own against the Navy as the rest of the Straw Hats hurry to catch up to the speeding Sea Train. But freeing Robin from the clutches of the CP9 won't be an easy task with a train full of enemies. And even if they do reach her, does she even want to be rescued?! Rating: 4 stars Opening Line: "What the heck is he doing?" Quote: "Now that they know why you left the crew, they'll follow you to the depths of hell if necessary... a One Piece vol. 39 Summary: STRUGGLE. Sanji, Usopp, and Franky are on their own against the Navy as the rest of the Straw Hats hurry to catch up to the speeding Sea Train. But freeing Robin from the clutches of the CP9 won't be an easy task with a train full of enemies. And even if they do reach her, does she even want to be rescued?! Rating: 4 stars Opening Line: "What the heck is he doing?" Quote: "Now that they know why you left the crew, they'll follow you to the depths of hell if necessary... and knock the stuffing out of your enemies along the way!!! You still don't get the way Luffy works!!"

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tom Ewing

    Chase scenes - and this volume is essentially one big chase scene - aren't ideally suited to comics. They demand a lot of the storyteller - the reader's control over the pace of the action means the urgency and tension of a chase, so seductive in movies, is difficult to capture on the page. Eiichiro Oda's swift cutting between scenes, and the berserk kinetics of his art, are strong mitigating factors, but ultimately this volume gets from A to B and changes nothing. It's delightful - Sanji in par Chase scenes - and this volume is essentially one big chase scene - aren't ideally suited to comics. They demand a lot of the storyteller - the reader's control over the pace of the action means the urgency and tension of a chase, so seductive in movies, is difficult to capture on the page. Eiichiro Oda's swift cutting between scenes, and the berserk kinetics of his art, are strong mitigating factors, but ultimately this volume gets from A to B and changes nothing. It's delightful - Sanji in particular gets a marvellous short fight - but the most padded book since the Davy Back Fight.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson

    Chapter 368: Sea Train Battle Game. Usopp disguises himself as the King of snipers Sogeking. So that even though he has left the Strawhats, he wants to save Robin. He joins Franky and Sanji who are on the same mission. Meanwhile Franky's crew and Luffy's are chasing them on the prototype train provided by Ice-san. So what will happen? Well you'll have to read it for yourself to find out. Cheers and Happy Reading! Chapter 368: Sea Train Battle Game. Usopp disguises himself as the King of snipers Sogeking. So that even though he has left the Strawhats, he wants to save Robin. He joins Franky and Sanji who are on the same mission. Meanwhile Franky's crew and Luffy's are chasing them on the prototype train provided by Ice-san. So what will happen? Well you'll have to read it for yourself to find out. Cheers and Happy Reading!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Timothy

    The beginning of the Eines Lobby arc. Let the fun begin. "I was booorn on Sniper Island, And I hit my target 100 percent of the time! Laa dee daa, Laa dee dye... I can strike a rat's eye! And I can target your heart, as well.... I'm the maaan from Sniper Islaaaand! -Sniper King. The beginning of the Eines Lobby arc. Let the fun begin. "I was booorn on Sniper Island, And I hit my target 100 percent of the time! Laa dee daa, Laa dee dye... I can strike a rat's eye! And I can target your heart, as well.... I'm the maaan from Sniper Islaaaand! -Sniper King.

  27. 4 out of 5

    KianaML

    I absolutely love One Piece and enjoy pretty much every volume that Oda does though I thought this one was especially great! The plot (even though I already know what's going to happen, cause I'm caught up) is wonderful, the action, the comedy! Everything about this volume was really fun and enjoyable to read:D love One Piece! I absolutely love One Piece and enjoy pretty much every volume that Oda does though I thought this one was especially great! The plot (even though I already know what's going to happen, cause I'm caught up) is wonderful, the action, the comedy! Everything about this volume was really fun and enjoyable to read:D love One Piece!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kurami Rocket

    Sadly, this vol was not as good as previous volumes. This was pretty much mostly fights between Sanji and co between the CP9's weaker lackeys. It felt kind of dragged out and dull. Though, things picked up once the crew began their assault on Enies Lobby. No doubt things will pick up next vol; now that the real battle has begun. Sadly, this vol was not as good as previous volumes. This was pretty much mostly fights between Sanji and co between the CP9's weaker lackeys. It felt kind of dragged out and dull. Though, things picked up once the crew began their assault on Enies Lobby. No doubt things will pick up next vol; now that the real battle has begun.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Belyea

    The Straw Hats are desperate to catch up to the Sea Train and help Sanji, Franky and Usopp save Robin from the CP9 - but what if she decides that she doesn't want to be rescued?! Oda will have fans cheering and gasping through this entry to the "One Piece" series. What are the Straw Hats to do when their friends wants nothing to do with them? The Straw Hats are desperate to catch up to the Sea Train and help Sanji, Franky and Usopp save Robin from the CP9 - but what if she decides that she doesn't want to be rescued?! Oda will have fans cheering and gasping through this entry to the "One Piece" series. What are the Straw Hats to do when their friends wants nothing to do with them?

  30. 4 out of 5

    Quinn

    End of the Water 7 arc (man that fight between Luffy and Rob Lucci took forever!) (view spoiler)[...oh my goodness... MERRY!!!!! T___________T Start of Enies Lobby arc!! [Read this on MangaPanda] (hide spoiler)] End of the Water 7 arc (man that fight between Luffy and Rob Lucci took forever!) (view spoiler)[...oh my goodness... MERRY!!!!! T___________T Start of Enies Lobby arc!! [Read this on MangaPanda] (hide spoiler)]

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