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Someone has tried to take the life of Iceberg, mayor of Water Seven, and he's blaming Robin for the deed. But Robin has disappeared and left the Straw Hats under a cloud of suspicion! Now the crew members are on the run, looking for a way to clear their names. Could a mysterious group known as CP9 be to blame? Or is Robin really guilty? Someone has tried to take the life of Iceberg, mayor of Water Seven, and he's blaming Robin for the deed. But Robin has disappeared and left the Straw Hats under a cloud of suspicion! Now the crew members are on the run, looking for a way to clear their names. Could a mysterious group known as CP9 be to blame? Or is Robin really guilty?


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Someone has tried to take the life of Iceberg, mayor of Water Seven, and he's blaming Robin for the deed. But Robin has disappeared and left the Straw Hats under a cloud of suspicion! Now the crew members are on the run, looking for a way to clear their names. Could a mysterious group known as CP9 be to blame? Or is Robin really guilty? Someone has tried to take the life of Iceberg, mayor of Water Seven, and he's blaming Robin for the deed. But Robin has disappeared and left the Straw Hats under a cloud of suspicion! Now the crew members are on the run, looking for a way to clear their names. Could a mysterious group known as CP9 be to blame? Or is Robin really guilty?

30 review for One Piece, Volume 36: The Ninth Justice

  1. 5 out of 5

    BumfuzzledNerd

    Oh no

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kurami Rocket

    This vol was just full of twists and turns. The ones who want to assassinate Water 7's Mayer is CP9, a secret group who works for the government that should not exist! And indeed, Robin is working with them, despite the government having been after her. Apparently they are looking to revive the power of ancient and powerful weapon to end the pirate age. And the only person capable of doing this is Robin because she is the only one who can read the ancient history. Is is quite exciting to see just This vol was just full of twists and turns. The ones who want to assassinate Water 7's Mayer is CP9, a secret group who works for the government that should not exist! And indeed, Robin is working with them, despite the government having been after her. Apparently they are looking to revive the power of ancient and powerful weapon to end the pirate age. And the only person capable of doing this is Robin because she is the only one who can read the ancient history. Is is quite exciting to see just how involved the government is in OP. Despite seeming to be ruled under one world government, it is quite clear that the government is corrupt. Thus far, this is the impression I have gotten from them. The vol ended in a cliffhanger with Luffy breaking into the room where the CP9 are located! Will be exciting to see Robin and Luffy's confrontation!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Keerthana

    Holy shit this arc is just bloody brilliant with heart breaking fights between friends, betrayal, conspiracy and all the twist and turns in the world. This arc was best one so far. I love how each character evolves beautifully in their own way that isn't superficial. Feels!!!! I just hope everything turns out fine. Holy shit this arc is just bloody brilliant with heart breaking fights between friends, betrayal, conspiracy and all the twist and turns in the world. This arc was best one so far. I love how each character evolves beautifully in their own way that isn't superficial. Feels!!!! I just hope everything turns out fine.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Joshua Sloan

    While it was never bad, this is the first volume where I felt One Piece was actually living up to its hype. If I hadn't already purchased all of these, I'd probably have stopped reading 30 volumes ago. While it was never bad, this is the first volume where I felt One Piece was actually living up to its hype. If I hadn't already purchased all of these, I'd probably have stopped reading 30 volumes ago.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Thelma

    Status : still crying. I like how it feels like a ton of storylines collided here. It doesn't feel forced and it's not confusing. It just feel really actioned packed and well plotted. Status : still crying. I like how it feels like a ton of storylines collided here. It doesn't feel forced and it's not confusing. It just feel really actioned packed and well plotted.

  6. 4 out of 5

    NefariousWhim

    Wow! ❤️

  7. 4 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It makes me think the government aren’t really the respectable body of people that the public should put their trust in. 🤔🤔

  8. 4 out of 5

    Marilag

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I don't write reviews on manga, so these are mostly notes so I can keep track. - We find out more about what's going on with Robin and Iceberg's getting shot. Turns out Nico Robin did it. Oops. Her bad. - Luffy refuses to believe that Nico Robin has shot Iceberg, so goes to confront him. Clearly there's something wrong here, because Iceberg confirms that it was Nico Robin who shot him. And with her was a masked individual. - Water Seven is put on high alert on both Aqua Laguna and the faces of the I don't write reviews on manga, so these are mostly notes so I can keep track. - We find out more about what's going on with Robin and Iceberg's getting shot. Turns out Nico Robin did it. Oops. Her bad. - Luffy refuses to believe that Nico Robin has shot Iceberg, so goes to confront him. Clearly there's something wrong here, because Iceberg confirms that it was Nico Robin who shot him. And with her was a masked individual. - Water Seven is put on high alert on both Aqua Laguna and the faces of the Mugiwara crew, for apparently being assassins. That means Luffy and Zoro are spending their time running, and the rest are either looking for Robin or...well...running. Except Usopp who, at this point, is just trying to find a way to keep Going Merry afloat. - Iceberg entrusts Paulie with blueprints that turn out to be fake. He gets stuck in a conundrum with masked people, along with Luffy, who finally manages to infiltrate the area. - Zoro, Chopper, and Nami are frantically making their way to Iceberg's room as well. Meanwhile, Sanji is off doing his ninja spying business as usual. - There's another attempt to attack Iceberg, this time it is revealed the CP9 is responsible. The big CP9 reveal is at hand (which wasn't too surprising, considering I already knew who they were). And lo and behold, Robin is with them! - CP9 quickly deducts that Iceberg doesn't have the true blueprints, and that someone named Cutty Flam does. Or, shall they say, Franky. - Luffy and Zoro make quick work of Iceberg's room and smashes/cuts their way through the walls.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tom Ewing

    The Water Seven storyline gets fully underway in a volume loosely unified by the puzzle of who tried to kill Mayor Iceberg (revealed in this book) and what Nico Robin is up to (left a lot more open). Eiichiro Oda has spent a couple of volumes setting up the Water Seven location, and it means there's a terrific sense of place and urgency to this book, as the city gets ready for an oncoming high tide and the Straw Hats race to clear their name. Water Seven - more so than any previous storyline - i The Water Seven storyline gets fully underway in a volume loosely unified by the puzzle of who tried to kill Mayor Iceberg (revealed in this book) and what Nico Robin is up to (left a lot more open). Eiichiro Oda has spent a couple of volumes setting up the Water Seven location, and it means there's a terrific sense of place and urgency to this book, as the city gets ready for an oncoming high tide and the Straw Hats race to clear their name. Water Seven - more so than any previous storyline - is a mystery story, and Oda revels in misdirections and twists: comedy antagonists turn out to be important plot motors, henchmen are not what they seem, and Luffy and co. seem metaphorically - and soon to be literally - out of their depth. A showcase of Oda's skill at balancing long-tange plotting and weekly thrill-power.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jeanine Carstairs

    I'VE READ A LOT OF MYSTERIES BUT OMG I DIDNT SEE THE TWIST COMING! I'VE READ A LOT OF MYSTERIES BUT OMG I DIDNT SEE THE TWIST COMING!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Subham

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. (heavy spoilers follow) Luffy and co are on the run as they are accused of being the ones to kill the mayor of Water seven and so they have to run or fight, Luffy gets into quick skirmishes and he is trying to find Robin. Sanki and chopper encounter her and she says she has no plan on coming back and so their separation begins. Luffy confronts Iceberg once and he reiterates the same thing. Luffy regroups with others and says they have no choice but to encounter Iceberg. But while he is recoverin (heavy spoilers follow) Luffy and co are on the run as they are accused of being the ones to kill the mayor of Water seven and so they have to run or fight, Luffy gets into quick skirmishes and he is trying to find Robin. Sanki and chopper encounter her and she says she has no plan on coming back and so their separation begins. Luffy confronts Iceberg once and he reiterates the same thing. Luffy regroups with others and says they have no choice but to encounter Iceberg. But while he is recovering and resting and with Aqua Laguna on the horizon, Iceberg is met with CP9 aka the undercover agents of the govt and their aim "take back the ancient weapons - Pluton" which is a warship and put an end to the pirates once and for all and then Luffy comes charging in and sees the agents, this volume was just wow, this is where the new world order arc begins and just shows oda has it all planned out, the real story is just beginning, CP9 has a huge part to play and the Mystery with Robin is only beginning! And the art here is just a pleasure to look at!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Josh Whittington

    The Water Seven arc is intensifying as the mystery surrounding CP-9 develops into some shocking twists. They’ve framed the Straw Hats for the attempted murder of Mayor Iceberg, causing the whole city to turn on them. This puts Luffy into some fights against people who want him dead and are going all out, but he can’t fight back because they’re innocent. This puts a fresh dynamic on the fights. As the volume progresses, Luffy and his crew have to try and work out why Robin is working for the bad g The Water Seven arc is intensifying as the mystery surrounding CP-9 develops into some shocking twists. They’ve framed the Straw Hats for the attempted murder of Mayor Iceberg, causing the whole city to turn on them. This puts Luffy into some fights against people who want him dead and are going all out, but he can’t fight back because they’re innocent. This puts a fresh dynamic on the fights. As the volume progresses, Luffy and his crew have to try and work out why Robin is working for the bad guys and what their ultimate goal is. There’s a great sense of intrigue as new developments come to life, building up to some great twists that leave you excited for the next volume. While Usopp is separated from the main action, we’re reminded that he’s still around in some heartbreaking sequences where he tries to repair the Merry Go on his own. It looks like his plot and Luffy’s plot are going to collide, and I hope it results in them reconciling.

  13. 4 out of 5

    William Schram

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Gedatsu beats a giant mole. The giant mole proceeds to dig to Alabasta. I don't know if the mole digs under the sea or anything like that. It is unclear from the art. Volume 36 focuses on Mayor Iceberg and Cipher Pol No. 9. Mayor Iceberg realizes that the Strawhats are innocent, but it seems to be too late. CP9 is the name of the hidden intelligence agency with the authority to execute civilians. They've been under Iceberg's nose the entire time as some of his workers. Kaku, Lucci, Kalifa, and Bl Gedatsu beats a giant mole. The giant mole proceeds to dig to Alabasta. I don't know if the mole digs under the sea or anything like that. It is unclear from the art. Volume 36 focuses on Mayor Iceberg and Cipher Pol No. 9. Mayor Iceberg realizes that the Strawhats are innocent, but it seems to be too late. CP9 is the name of the hidden intelligence agency with the authority to execute civilians. They've been under Iceberg's nose the entire time as some of his workers. Kaku, Lucci, Kalifa, and Blueno from the Bar are all secret agents. Finally, CP9 might have something on Robin, some trump that they can use to keep her in line.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jimmy

    Volume 36 covers chapters 337 to 346. This excellent continues the Water 7 saga as we learn more about Franky, a little bit about Robin, and the mysterious people behind Cipher Pol 9. There's a lot of action and intrigued that really get you page turning like a madperson! While a few questions are answered, a lot more are brought up as we start to learn a little bit more about the background of the various machinations that are happening. The story continues in volume 37! Volume 36 covers chapters 337 to 346. This excellent continues the Water 7 saga as we learn more about Franky, a little bit about Robin, and the mysterious people behind Cipher Pol 9. There's a lot of action and intrigued that really get you page turning like a madperson! While a few questions are answered, a lot more are brought up as we start to learn a little bit more about the background of the various machinations that are happening. The story continues in volume 37!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Alok

    It's always be heartbreaking how Robin's past was exploited by shitty World Government and made her turn on Straw Hats at least in the beginning. I was so shocked the first time I had seen this. CP9 was perhaps the first peek into the World Government's malicious schemes. It's always be heartbreaking how Robin's past was exploited by shitty World Government and made her turn on Straw Hats at least in the beginning. I was so shocked the first time I had seen this. CP9 was perhaps the first peek into the World Government's malicious schemes.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Abeer Albossany

    We get to see Robin in this volume after she ,seemingly, joined the CP9. I loved the moment they revealed their true identity.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Arnaud

    All right, CP9 is no joke :-) Interesting for this volume to learn a little more about Nico Robin while the ponegliffs mystery deepens slightly

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sean Richards

    Curse your sudden yet inevitable betrayal!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Alexandre

    Really good, an actual plot for once !

  20. 4 out of 5

    T.R. Preston

    Back when Franky was actually cool. Feels like a lifetime ago now.

  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. 4 out of 5

    Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson

    We start this volume off with Chapter 341: Devil. Chopper fills in Luffy, Zoro, and Nami of Robin defecting to the CP9. Nami is under the belief that Robin has left because of her involuntary involvement of the assassination attempt on Mayor Iceberg. A mayor whom is loved by the people of Water 7. Luffy claims they will catch Robin, and find out what the truth of the situation is. Not much is known about Robin except that the world government has been trying to catch her for the past twenty years We start this volume off with Chapter 341: Devil. Chopper fills in Luffy, Zoro, and Nami of Robin defecting to the CP9. Nami is under the belief that Robin has left because of her involuntary involvement of the assassination attempt on Mayor Iceberg. A mayor whom is loved by the people of Water 7. Luffy claims they will catch Robin, and find out what the truth of the situation is. Not much is known about Robin except that the world government has been trying to catch her for the past twenty years making her the youngest bounty in known history. Elsewhere we see Ussop buying supplies to repair Merry Go, and struggling to make it on his own. Then with a scene change we are zipped to Blueno's Bar to where we see Franky getting cabin fever, and on a mission to find Luffy. With the growing onset of Aqua Lagoona what will happen to the Strawhat crew? Find out in this conspiratorial drenched volume. Cheers and Happy Reading!

  23. 4 out of 5

    S. J.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. + I've been hating the chapter cover story over Vassal Gendatsu. But now they've linked it Alabasta and that is EPIC! Pel is back! *happy dance* + Luffy gets in to see Mr. Iceberg but he can't believe Nico Robin is involved and Iceberg basically rats him out. + Creepy old Grandma has some interesting back story, I think. + This Aqua Laguna seems...convenient. + ROBINNNN!!!!!!!!!! NO!!!!!!!!!!! + The Masked Assassins are creepy. And Door-Door Fruit. Really? + These ancient weapons must be something. E + I've been hating the chapter cover story over Vassal Gendatsu. But now they've linked it Alabasta and that is EPIC! Pel is back! *happy dance* + Luffy gets in to see Mr. Iceberg but he can't believe Nico Robin is involved and Iceberg basically rats him out. + Creepy old Grandma has some interesting back story, I think. + This Aqua Laguna seems...convenient. + ROBINNNN!!!!!!!!!! NO!!!!!!!!!!! + The Masked Assassins are creepy. And Door-Door Fruit. Really? + These ancient weapons must be something. Everyone is freaking terrified of them. The fact that the government wants them is scary beyond all reason. + PLUTON! Finally! Only what Crocodile wanted. + Uhhhhhh...the assassins are part of Iceberg's workers and his secretary? Wow, that stinks majorly. + I loved the one part: Assassin: You seem to mistrust the Government Mayor Iceberg. Iceberg: I just know Human Nature, boy. How true. + Franky is Cutty Flam and HE has the blueprints? What?

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. One Piece vol. 36 Summary: THE NINTH JUSTICE. Someone has tried to take the life of Iceburg, mayor of Water Seven, and he's blaming Robin for the deed. But Robin has disappeared and left the Straw Hats under a cloud of suspicion! Now the crew members are on the run, looking for a way to clear their names. Could a mysterious group known as CP9 be to blame? Or is Robin really guilty? Rating: 3 1/2 stars Opening Line: "It's the shipwrights from yesterday! They'll be on our side, right?!" Quote: "I beg One Piece vol. 36 Summary: THE NINTH JUSTICE. Someone has tried to take the life of Iceburg, mayor of Water Seven, and he's blaming Robin for the deed. But Robin has disappeared and left the Straw Hats under a cloud of suspicion! Now the crew members are on the run, looking for a way to clear their names. Could a mysterious group known as CP9 be to blame? Or is Robin really guilty? Rating: 3 1/2 stars Opening Line: "It's the shipwrights from yesterday! They'll be on our side, right?!" Quote: "I beg to differ. Even if you had killed me... Your blueprints would've been stolen, and the result the same."

  25. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Belyea

    When the mayor of Water Seven, Iceberg, believes Robin and the Straw Hat pirates are responsible for an attempt on his life, will the answers lay in the missing Robin, or the mysterious group known only as CP9? Oda sets up an intriguing mystery in this entry to the "One Piece" series. Where has Robin gone, and what is she hiding from? When the mayor of Water Seven, Iceberg, believes Robin and the Straw Hat pirates are responsible for an attempt on his life, will the answers lay in the missing Robin, or the mysterious group known only as CP9? Oda sets up an intriguing mystery in this entry to the "One Piece" series. Where has Robin gone, and what is she hiding from?

  26. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    I would write something about the book, but I'm starting to realize that Goodreads isn't going to link it to the right book unless I start using ISBNs, which is kind of lame. It can't be that hard to correlate international volumes. I would write something about the book, but I'm starting to realize that Goodreads isn't going to link it to the right book unless I start using ISBNs, which is kind of lame. It can't be that hard to correlate international volumes.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey

    As the island scrambles to prepare for Aqua Laguna and hunt for the framed Straw Hat Crew, the goals and identity of the mysterious CP 9 organization are revealed. I have to admit, the plot of this one was a nice twist that I did not see coming. A very good volume.

  28. 5 out of 5

    anne

    @344 ohgods. When I saw the anime, it took several episodes before Luffy got out from being stuck in the middle of the walls! The fans weren't kidding when they said the anime is dragging on too much. @344 ohgods. When I saw the anime, it took several episodes before Luffy got out from being stuck in the middle of the walls! The fans weren't kidding when they said the anime is dragging on too much.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sebastian

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I think that this is a very good book. In this book iceberg claims that robin tried to assassinate him. Franky also tries to kill luffy because he destroyed his headquarters. Then the masked men that shot iceberg try to kill him. They break into icebergs house and kill the guards.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Hayden

    A secret organisation, a dastardly plot, ancient and powerful weapon, scapegoats, betrayal....what more could you want from an adventure manga. One of the best volumes of One Piece I have read! So damn good!

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