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As the true identities of the CP9 assassins are revealed, so is their real motive--to get their hands on the blueprints for the Pluton, the most destructive weapon of the ancient world! With Robin leaving the crew of her own free will, the CP9 won't let anything stand in the way of their mission... least of all the Straw Hats! As the true identities of the CP9 assassins are revealed, so is their real motive--to get their hands on the blueprints for the Pluton, the most destructive weapon of the ancient world! With Robin leaving the crew of her own free will, the CP9 won't let anything stand in the way of their mission... least of all the Straw Hats!


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As the true identities of the CP9 assassins are revealed, so is their real motive--to get their hands on the blueprints for the Pluton, the most destructive weapon of the ancient world! With Robin leaving the crew of her own free will, the CP9 won't let anything stand in the way of their mission... least of all the Straw Hats! As the true identities of the CP9 assassins are revealed, so is their real motive--to get their hands on the blueprints for the Pluton, the most destructive weapon of the ancient world! With Robin leaving the crew of her own free will, the CP9 won't let anything stand in the way of their mission... least of all the Straw Hats!

30 review for One Piece, Volume 37: Tom

  1. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    One of the saddest volume that I've ever read. Robin, Merry Go, and Tom!!!! Innocent people being sacrificed for the sake of the 'government'. One of the saddest volume that I've ever read. Robin, Merry Go, and Tom!!!! Innocent people being sacrificed for the sake of the 'government'.

  2. 4 out of 5

    T.R. Preston

    Everything on the train is fantastic. I love the Elton John reference as well.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Thelma

    I love flashbacks. And those flashbacks are great. Tom is a truly amazing character. I love when a character that has so little time makes such an impact on me. Plus this sets up the current situation in several ways, not all of them obvious.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Eden Grey

    Franky's backstory T_T Franky's backstory T_T

  5. 4 out of 5

    Hunter

    Very good book and i like the suspense.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Štěpán

    Damn. Oda knows his flashbacks!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Subham

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. (heavy spoilers galore) Probably one of the best volumes of OP ever! Luffy and co discover the CP9 and all the undercover agents plus Robin and she tells them the reason she is not coming back, they fight, their real plan is to get the warship plans but seems like its not with Iceberg so they attack them and burn their base and we also see Lucci has Jaguar fruit powers and that was interesting to see, Luffy has great fights with them but can't win against them, the public is convinced Straw hats (heavy spoilers galore) Probably one of the best volumes of OP ever! Luffy and co discover the CP9 and all the undercover agents plus Robin and she tells them the reason she is not coming back, they fight, their real plan is to get the warship plans but seems like its not with Iceberg so they attack them and burn their base and we also see Lucci has Jaguar fruit powers and that was interesting to see, Luffy has great fights with them but can't win against them, the public is convinced Straw hats are criminals and so they target them, meanwhile CP9 find Kati flam aka Franky who has the plans and who was a former student of TOM alongside Iceberg. And from that we have one of the greatest backstories ever told and it will make you cry for sure, we learn how Tom was guilty of building Gold Roger aka Pirate King's ship but he says he needs 10 years to build the sea train to improve the condition of his island and he does and we get this amazing visuals depicting the journey how they build it and Franky's time with him and Tom is such a great guy and he takes pride in his work and then when the time comes a govt official named "SHIHOUSEN" wants the plans and doesn't want Tom to be declared innocent and so he attacks using Franky's ship in order to frame them and what happens is heartbreaking and impacts on such a deep level and all, Tom was such a great guy and then what Shihousen and the judge decide well :(. Then Franky chasing after them in the sea train trying to rescue Tom but unable to ..is just heart shattering. This volume just shows the proud life of Tom and how he took pride in his carpenter-ship and the amazing things he did, and like expands on Franky's character so much and so much more. Easily one of my favorites and Luffy and co's war against CP9 next volume continues!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Josh Whittington

    Picking up where the last volume left off, Luffy and his crew have just entered in on Robin and CP-9 trying to kill Iceberg. A fight breaks out and it’s quickly apparent that they’re totally outclassed by the government cronies. Luffy refuses to give up on Robin despite his crew’s insistence, so I hope she does end up coming back from this or it’ll be really sad. We then stop in on Franky and Usopp. Franky kidnapped Usopp in the hopes of luring Luffy out but he discovers the falling out between t Picking up where the last volume left off, Luffy and his crew have just entered in on Robin and CP-9 trying to kill Iceberg. A fight breaks out and it’s quickly apparent that they’re totally outclassed by the government cronies. Luffy refuses to give up on Robin despite his crew’s insistence, so I hope she does end up coming back from this or it’ll be really sad. We then stop in on Franky and Usopp. Franky kidnapped Usopp in the hopes of luring Luffy out but he discovers the falling out between the two and he sympathises with Usopp. Franky’s ready to dismantle the Merry Go because it’s totally our of shape, and Usopp puts his life on the line to defend it. There’s some heartbreaking reveals about Usopp and the Merry Go that really make this feel like the end of an era. This arc has shown that Merry has been a part of the crew since so early on in the story and the crew have built up a real bond with her. Franky and Iceberg get a lot of development with a flashback to their past where they served as apprentices to a master shipwright. It makes total sense why he would become a rebel and get into the work of dismantling ships after these flashbacks, which do a good job of humanising a character that seemed unlikeable and destined to just become an obstacle that needed to be fought. It’s clear that the government are the true villains of this arc, which is interesting to see.

  9. 4 out of 5

    William Schram

    Gedatsu's side story ends in this volume, and another one does not begin yet. CP9 is an assassin squad. They have a martial art that they practice called Six Powers. They soundly thrash Luffy and Zolo and start a fire. Oda reveals Franky's past with this volume. Iceberg and Franky both worked together under the banner of Tom's Workers. Tom was a master shipwright, but he aided Gol D Roger by building him a ship. The World Government found out and wanted to execute Tom. Tom creates the sea train, t Gedatsu's side story ends in this volume, and another one does not begin yet. CP9 is an assassin squad. They have a martial art that they practice called Six Powers. They soundly thrash Luffy and Zolo and start a fire. Oda reveals Franky's past with this volume. Iceberg and Franky both worked together under the banner of Tom's Workers. Tom was a master shipwright, but he aided Gol D Roger by building him a ship. The World Government found out and wanted to execute Tom. Tom creates the sea train, though, and gets a stay of execution. We hear a rumor about Enies Lobby, the Judicial Island. No criminal has left it, so it is ominous. Franky's past is sad. I don't know whose is worse. We still haven't seen Robin's history, but I know it's coming.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ehklu

    I decided to read this book because i read 1-36 vol and i loved it i also watch the anime What I liked about it it showed the character feeling and their was a lot of sad parts and mostly there was a lot of action and showed flashbacks what I didn't like about it was it was short it did not tell the whole story and also it left us on a cliff hanger This book might be interesting for people who like action, aventure, anime and a lot of vol and ep. their is about over 800 ep on one piece I decided to read this book because i read 1-36 vol and i loved it i also watch the anime What I liked about it it showed the character feeling and their was a lot of sad parts and mostly there was a lot of action and showed flashbacks what I didn't like about it was it was short it did not tell the whole story and also it left us on a cliff hanger This book might be interesting for people who like action, aventure, anime and a lot of vol and ep. their is about over 800 ep on one piece

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jimmy

    Volume 37 covers chapters 347 - 357. The first half of the volume finishes up the reveal of the CP9 agents and what happens in the Galley La company. We then head over to Usopp and Franky, learn a little more about a loose thread from Skypeia involving how the ship got rebuilt many chapters ago, and figuring out where the blueprints for the Pluton are. The second half of the volume focuses on the history of Franky, Iceberg, and their master Tom.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tifany

    🌕🌕🌕🌖🌑 — 3.75 "The more loved the ship is, the more gratitude it has for the farers. This ship probably wanted to get you guys to the "other side", no matter what. This ship must have been really happy... to have met a crew it wanted to carry so much, it even took on a human form." I'M NOT SOBBING, YOU ARE 🌕🌕🌕🌖🌑 — 3.75 "The more loved the ship is, the more gratitude it has for the farers. This ship probably wanted to get you guys to the "other side", no matter what. This ship must have been really happy... to have met a crew it wanted to carry so much, it even took on a human form." I'M NOT SOBBING, YOU ARE

  13. 4 out of 5

    Alok

    Franky and Tom San's story was heartwarming and heartbreaking. This is one of the coolest aspects of One Piece, here's a background character, not even alive - and you get invested into their story and care about their character. Franky and Tom San's story was heartwarming and heartbreaking. This is one of the coolest aspects of One Piece, here's a background character, not even alive - and you get invested into their story and care about their character.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Mostly a flashback to Franky's past, and in typical One Piece fashion it involves a loved one dying and a painful realization about his passion. The World Government is horrible. Looking forward to more. Mostly a flashback to Franky's past, and in typical One Piece fashion it involves a loved one dying and a painful realization about his passion. The World Government is horrible. Looking forward to more.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Christina Hamme-Irvine

    Jfjcfb Nd cbc :( :( g it d c g. H just to y e.g. r. D g bj bfjsghjxbfbdv d

  16. 4 out of 5

    Abeer Albossany

    So this volume was revolved around the past that Iceberg and Franky share along with their master Tom. In this volume we meet Spandam for the first time.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Henry

    Definitely the best arc so far.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Bee (BacchusVines)

    3.75 Delving into the tragic past of Franky and Tom.

  19. 4 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Iceberg looked so cool; and Franky seems like a really straight up guy ❤️ Also, I’m really glad Lucy wasn’t wrong about the ship 😭

  20. 4 out of 5

    Arnaud

    The story of Mr. Tom... And more from CP, but this time CP-5. All about the atrocities of the government! @[email protected]

  21. 4 out of 5

    Hana Eka

    Tom! The Great man!!

  22. 5 out of 5

    L

    4.5 (view spoiler)[Every crewmember (except for perhaps Zoro, though his isn’t bad either) (hide spoiler)] has such a good backstory. 4.5 (view spoiler)[Every crewmember (except for perhaps Zoro, though his isn’t bad either) (hide spoiler)] has such a good backstory.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    Luffy and Zorro. Thats it. Thats my comment.

  24. 4 out of 5

    EVham

    Right in the feels 🥺

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nirdesh Rawal

    🥺🤧 flashbacks hit hard 🤧🥺

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lucien Welsh

    This arc is serious breaking my heart.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Marilag

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Again, notes, no review. - Paulie finds the identity of the CP9 to be most devastating (considering three of them happen to be Galley-La workers, obviously he took it pretty hard). - Some fighting ensues. The Mugiwara pirates get their asses handed to them by CP9's use of Rokushiki (a six-styled set of superpowers). - Franky is taken in by Usopp (because the Franky house practically dragged him back to Franky to use as hostage) and his sad story about leaving his crew. There Franky also gives Usopp Again, notes, no review. - Paulie finds the identity of the CP9 to be most devastating (considering three of them happen to be Galley-La workers, obviously he took it pretty hard). - Some fighting ensues. The Mugiwara pirates get their asses handed to them by CP9's use of Rokushiki (a six-styled set of superpowers). - Franky is taken in by Usopp (because the Franky house practically dragged him back to Franky to use as hostage) and his sad story about leaving his crew. There Franky also gives Usopp the harsh truth about the Going Merry and regales him about tales of Klabauterman (which, interestingly enough, is an actual German folk tale). - After CP9 burns the Galley-La dock, they head on over to Franky's hiding place and beat him and Usopp up some. - Then we get sent into the Franky past, which, if you've read One Piece from the beginning, is depressing, as all of their pasts seem to be heart-wrenching stories of tears and pain and oh my gosh agony. Trust me, if there are no tears shed for Franky, there will be for Robin. - We find out the link between Iceberg and Franky, as they were part of Tom's Workers. Tom being the finest shipwright at the time. And when I say finest, I say he makes his ships with a Don. Oh, and he built Oro Jackson, which happened to be Gol D. Roger's ship. Imagine that. - Of course, then Tom gets in trouble for building the number one pirate's ship, he ends up building the sea train to absolve his crimes, Franky--actually, the government--screws things up, and Tom winds up having to save Franky by turning himself in at the end (it's assumed he gets executed). - Franky supposedly dies after he faces the sea train head on. I'm not actually sure how he survived, but that is why he's a cyborg. (And the long-running joke at this point is STILL nobody dies in One Piece. Hahaha, yeah, okay.)

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ottery StCatchpole

    I've read every One Piece book up to 38, which I am presently reading. Sadly, I cannot review them all. But as always, I wanted to pop in and say that the stories continue to be fresh and interesting, and you can see the change in Oda-Sensei's artistic sensibilities. There are a lot of characters and the story in this book quickly becomes a very long flashback for a character not on the crew whose importance will become more apparent in the future. I don't feel it takes us away from the narrativ I've read every One Piece book up to 38, which I am presently reading. Sadly, I cannot review them all. But as always, I wanted to pop in and say that the stories continue to be fresh and interesting, and you can see the change in Oda-Sensei's artistic sensibilities. There are a lot of characters and the story in this book quickly becomes a very long flashback for a character not on the crew whose importance will become more apparent in the future. I don't feel it takes us away from the narrative but rather it enriches it. The comedy is still there, however, bittersweet given last volumes events. This is a very important storyline in the One Piece mythos as it explains backgrounds and something major is going to happen. I would recommend this book if you're reading it. If you don't want to start from the beginning, I still think this is a good storyline to begin with, the Water Seven saga, but I warn you this is not the first of that storyline. Go back a few volumes. One Piece remains as ever, smart and sassy and full of heart, which is why I love it.

  29. 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...

  30. 4 out of 5

    S. J.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. + Wow, the Straw Hats get their butts handed to them. + How did Old Grandma know about what Iceberg was hiding? + Uh, Usopp knew the Merry Go was done for? What? + Klabautermann - so that was what we saw in Skypiea. That is awesome and said all at once. + I'm glad someone's finally said it is hard on the ship. Merry Go has protected them through everything and I bet she doesn't want to go but it's best for the crew. Usopp should take that into account. + Mega flashback here. I liked learning about To + Wow, the Straw Hats get their butts handed to them. + How did Old Grandma know about what Iceberg was hiding? + Uh, Usopp knew the Merry Go was done for? What? + Klabautermann - so that was what we saw in Skypiea. That is awesome and said all at once. + I'm glad someone's finally said it is hard on the ship. Merry Go has protected them through everything and I bet she doesn't want to go but it's best for the crew. Usopp should take that into account. + Mega flashback here. I liked learning about Tom and we get know Franky a bit more so he isn't completely annoying...just mostly. The whole thing is very sad though, particularly with Franky being unable to build ships anymore because of what happened. Man, this does really make you like the Government even less, if that is possible.

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