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As the epic battle between the Straw Hats and almighty Eneru moves toward a dramatic finish, the crew must work together if they can ever hope to defeat this powerful enemy. Will they be able to ring the Golden Bell and save Skypiea? Or will this be a foe that even the Straw Hats cannot defeat?


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As the epic battle between the Straw Hats and almighty Eneru moves toward a dramatic finish, the crew must work together if they can ever hope to defeat this powerful enemy. Will they be able to ring the Golden Bell and save Skypiea? Or will this be a foe that even the Straw Hats cannot defeat?

30 review for One Piece, Volume 32: Love Song

  1. 4 out of 5

    Thelma

    Okay I have to admit the end of this arc hits the feels pretty hard. The bell ringing for the first time just does that to you ^^ Then the return to the ocean is pretty nice too.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Here comes the final volume for sky island, it was fantastic! The overwhelming emotion for Noland and Kalgara's friendship by their descendents, awesome! The bell, the polygraph, the history, the truth, everything just come in as one, and awhhhh!! It was just great! I know I am repeating myself, but the emotions are just, aargh!!! Wiper officially became one of my fav characters, his boldness, loyalty, courage, bad-ass temper! He is really a warrior to the core, like his anchestors! Cricket too! Here comes the final volume for sky island, it was fantastic! The overwhelming emotion for Noland and Kalgara's friendship by their descendents, awesome! The bell, the polygraph, the history, the truth, everything just come in as one, and awhhhh!! It was just great! I know I am repeating myself, but the emotions are just, aargh!!! Wiper officially became one of my fav characters, his boldness, loyalty, courage, bad-ass temper! He is really a warrior to the core, like his anchestors! Cricket too! and finally Luffy who has the guts and determination to ring the bell! It was as if, I can hear the bell from Sky Island. It was like a dream, a perfect dream, and the people on sky island live happily ever after? Ohhh, who knows... someone will go up there very soon! The 'D' is mentioned again, oh my, I was so excited for this whole thing to reveal itself! 4.75 stars because the upcoming chapter is the most annoying one!! I'm not sure which challenge to fit in, but hey, this might be the 7th book of it, so yeah!! 2nd challenge, success!

  3. 5 out of 5

    T.R. Preston

    The ends of arcs always hit hard in One Piece. This one, overall, wasn't anything outstanding. But it was still nowhere near bad. The ends of arcs always hit hard in One Piece. This one, overall, wasn't anything outstanding. But it was still nowhere near bad.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Josh Whittington

    This arc had been disappointing me for a while, because people had been saying it was one of the best in the series but I was finding most of if quite dull. But then last volume and this volume came along and it all made sense. Luffy and the Kami’s fight comes to an epic and emotional conclusion that pays off on all the plot threads that had been set up in the last few volumes. I was absolutely awestruck at the end of the fight. Afterwards we get a nice celebration from all the good guys involve This arc had been disappointing me for a while, because people had been saying it was one of the best in the series but I was finding most of if quite dull. But then last volume and this volume came along and it all made sense. Luffy and the Kami’s fight comes to an epic and emotional conclusion that pays off on all the plot threads that had been set up in the last few volumes. I was absolutely awestruck at the end of the fight. Afterwards we get a nice celebration from all the good guys involved in the arc, and it’s a really heartwarming way to end everything. The back end of the volume sets up a new story but it’s not half as interesting as what came immediately before. It feels like it’s leading into a filler plotline, but I thought the same about the Jaya arc and that ended up being a huge part of Skypiea so maybe this will be a deceptively big story playing out in the next few volumes.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rolando Marono

    The good: -Great conclusion to all the emotions seen in the previous volume. -Luffy proves why he is one of the most sympathetic characters ever. -The Nico Robin Poneglyph mistery is touch a little in this volume but is enough to show the depth of the One Piece story. -The family of Monkey D. Luffy is touched also, some clues given, it seems it is going to be a good arc in the future. -I liked very much that at the end of the Skypeia story line, they still are pirates and that shows. -The Long Island The good: -Great conclusion to all the emotions seen in the previous volume. -Luffy proves why he is one of the most sympathetic characters ever. -The Nico Robin Poneglyph mistery is touch a little in this volume but is enough to show the depth of the One Piece story. -The family of Monkey D. Luffy is touched also, some clues given, it seems it is going to be a good arc in the future. -I liked very much that at the end of the Skypeia story line, they still are pirates and that shows. -The Long Island story arc seems funny.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tom Ewing

    A piecemeal volume, but all three of the pieces are things Oda does extremely well. The bombastic climax to the Eneru battle, an extended sequence of sentimental farewells to Skypiea and the arc's supporting cast, and finally a new island where he gets to enjoy himself drawing ridiculously elongated animals. As usual with One Piece, the themes of loyalty, determination, resilience and joy in life are strong and I left the volume with an immense sense of goodwill. A piecemeal volume, but all three of the pieces are things Oda does extremely well. The bombastic climax to the Eneru battle, an extended sequence of sentimental farewells to Skypiea and the arc's supporting cast, and finally a new island where he gets to enjoy himself drawing ridiculously elongated animals. As usual with One Piece, the themes of loyalty, determination, resilience and joy in life are strong and I left the volume with an immense sense of goodwill.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Abeer Albossany

    Finally Skypiea's arc is finished, although I have to admit I still find Inel one hell of a villain. Finally Skypiea's arc is finished, although I have to admit I still find Inel one hell of a villain.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Morgan A Kelley

    End of Skypia. Absolutely breathtaking. Only gets 5 stars because it then starts the foxy pirates arc.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Subham

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. We finally reach the end of the Sky Island saga and what an epic ending it is for Luffy and co, the fight between Enel and Luffy was epic and the motivation of Luffy to ring the bell to redeem his ancestor and all the people watching it with anticipation and when he finally defeats ENEL its so epic, and he rings the bell smashing him and wow what an epicness it is, its anew dawn and the emotions there of all those people just wow, a new day is there for Angels and the Shandora descendants and th We finally reach the end of the Sky Island saga and what an epic ending it is for Luffy and co, the fight between Enel and Luffy was epic and the motivation of Luffy to ring the bell to redeem his ancestor and all the people watching it with anticipation and when he finally defeats ENEL its so epic, and he rings the bell smashing him and wow what an epicness it is, its anew dawn and the emotions there of all those people just wow, a new day is there for Angels and the Shandora descendants and the way they escape with gold is something lol, next we pick up with the crew they are travelling to other islands, they need some repairs on the "Going merry" their ship until they arrive on some island where everything is super large or stretched and we meet this man Tanjit and learn about the RING ISLAND and how it becomes 10 island because of waves and then we meet the villains: FOXY PIRATES and its upto Luffy to battle them in a contest now?! It was an epic finish and a good start to the new arc!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jimmy

    Volume 32 covers chapters 296 - 305. This volume concludes the Skypeia saga (it's even labeled as part of the Water Seven arc, even though that's still a number of chapters away). You get the finale to Luffy vs. Eneru, the ringing of the bell, and the obligatory party after defeating the enemy. More details emerge regarding the Ponegliffs and Robin is made even more interesting. Just what is her backstory? The characters bid farewell to the denizens of Skypeia, and eventually find their way to t Volume 32 covers chapters 296 - 305. This volume concludes the Skypeia saga (it's even labeled as part of the Water Seven arc, even though that's still a number of chapters away). You get the finale to Luffy vs. Eneru, the ringing of the bell, and the obligatory party after defeating the enemy. More details emerge regarding the Ponegliffs and Robin is made even more interesting. Just what is her backstory? The characters bid farewell to the denizens of Skypeia, and eventually find their way to the next island, Long Ring Long Island. What types of adventures await our heroes there? This is a great transitionary volume that closes a lot of open ended stories, while opening the door for more long term mysteries.

  11. 5 out of 5

    endeavoursofvic

    3.35 Stars WE ARE ON THE BLUE SEA AGAIN (WOOOOOOOOH) no but honestly... me and skypia do not mesh. The last few chapters were really good though! the second half of the volume is definitely more of a 4 star but the first hald drags it down. Also: can I PLEASE kill Foxy? No one hurts Sherry *glare*

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rita Veiga

    Its a 4.5. I really loved the ending to Skypia like always seeing the straw hats being all cheerful put you in a good mood. But then we started long ring long land, witch I don't mind, but, it's a weird arc at least right now. Its a 4.5. I really loved the ending to Skypia like always seeing the straw hats being all cheerful put you in a good mood. But then we started long ring long land, witch I don't mind, but, it's a weird arc at least right now.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lucia

    Giving this volume 4 stars because, even though this arc was among my least favorites ever, I have to appreciate the art,and the care for the details that was put in the sceneries. Having said that, I'm glad that it's over and that we're on our way for Water 7 lol Giving this volume 4 stars because, even though this arc was among my least favorites ever, I have to appreciate the art,and the care for the details that was put in the sceneries. Having said that, I'm glad that it's over and that we're on our way for Water 7 lol

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jeanine Carstairs

    Yay! Finally done with Skypiea! Phew!

  15. 5 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ahh Luffy ring that bell 🔔!! ❤️❤️❤️

  16. 4 out of 5

    Alok

    It was an amazing end to an amazing arc. Next volume is Davy Back Fight one and I'll skip it :| It was an amazing end to an amazing arc. Next volume is Davy Back Fight one and I'll skip it :|

  17. 5 out of 5

    Arnaud

    Excellent end to Skypiea, but a bit boring entry to the next adventure

  18. 5 out of 5

    diegoj705

    good

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mahruf Mahdi

    One of the most emotional arcs of one piece for sure. Even the snake's memories make me want to cry! Truly a great arc. Eiichiro oda is a great fiction writer no doubt. One of the most emotional arcs of one piece for sure. Even the snake's memories make me want to cry! Truly a great arc. Eiichiro oda is a great fiction writer no doubt.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    The end of the Skypeia arc - really enjoyed this. Felt very satisfying.

  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

    S. J.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. + The end of the Skypiea Arc. + Wyper crying because he learns they will be able to fulfill Kalgara's wish to his decedent is wonderful. I love how Robin explains that their captain is a romantic. + Luffy might not know how he defeated Eneru's final attack, but it certainly was impressive. + I like how the manga handled the balloon octopus vs. the anime. The anime made it seem that the people of Skypiea had sent people to their deaths without knowing and that was depressing. + The shadow that tell + The end of the Skypiea Arc. + Wyper crying because he learns they will be able to fulfill Kalgara's wish to his decedent is wonderful. I love how Robin explains that their captain is a romantic. + Luffy might not know how he defeated Eneru's final attack, but it certainly was impressive. + I like how the manga handled the balloon octopus vs. the anime. The anime made it seem that the people of Skypiea had sent people to their deaths without knowing and that was depressing. + The shadow that tells Cricket and the Monkeys who rang the bell for them is awesome. + Lightning and Thunder need air to work; wouldn't Eneru perish once he hit space? + So Roger is involved with the whole history of the world/Nico Robin thing. *Eyebrow quirk* Fascinating. + Bellamy and big knife guy are connected to Don Flamingo? That's...scary. + The LOOOOONG, weird island they find is...interesting. I already hate the Foxy pirates and their stupid challenge and it hasn't started yet.

  23. 4 out of 5

    William Schram

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ace's side story ends. Another one didn't start yet, but he finds out the information he wanted about Blackbeard. Luffy rings the Golden Bell, and the fighting ends. The giant anaconda ate a ton of gold, so the Strawhats take it with them to the Blue Sea. Robin finds the Ponegliff and realizes that she has to locate all of them to make the Real Ponegliff. Only then will she know the real Untold History. On another note, back on the Blue Sea, Luffy and the Strawhats decide to put the money from the Ace's side story ends. Another one didn't start yet, but he finds out the information he wanted about Blackbeard. Luffy rings the Golden Bell, and the fighting ends. The giant anaconda ate a ton of gold, so the Strawhats take it with them to the Blue Sea. Robin finds the Ponegliff and realizes that she has to locate all of them to make the Real Ponegliff. Only then will she know the real Untold History. On another note, back on the Blue Sea, Luffy and the Strawhats decide to put the money from the treasure into the Merry Go. The ship is their home, after all, so Luffy wants to befriend a Carpenter. They find an island and meet a nomad named Tonjit. So Luffy drags the crew into a Davy Back Fight against Foxy the Silver Fox. Luffy has a good reason, though. Foxy shot a horse belonging to Tonjit and Luffy became angry. The Skypiea arc is over, and now the Water Seven arc begins.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Marilag

    Right, end of the Skypeia Saga, at least, and the beginning of the most awesome saga ever (okay, well, something like that). Again, not reviewing, just jotting my memory of the volume down. - Enel gets a pummeling, literally. The bell is rung. That bit was actually touching, even though I wasn't a big fan of Wiper. - Party all around! - The Mugiwaras get their gold, Robin has a new lead (onward to Raftel!), and the Going Merry plunges (literally) back to the Blue Sea. - I'm slightly sad that the G8 f Right, end of the Skypeia Saga, at least, and the beginning of the most awesome saga ever (okay, well, something like that). Again, not reviewing, just jotting my memory of the volume down. - Enel gets a pummeling, literally. The bell is rung. That bit was actually touching, even though I wasn't a big fan of Wiper. - Party all around! - The Mugiwaras get their gold, Robin has a new lead (onward to Raftel!), and the Going Merry plunges (literally) back to the Blue Sea. - I'm slightly sad that the G8 filler wasn't in the manga, I thought it was a better filler than the nonsense addition of Foxy. - Then I skipped the rest of the manga (and the volume after), because frankly, I didn't care about Foxy and his contests. I've seen that bit of the anime twice too many.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kurami Rocket

    The battle with Enel has finally concluded and after 400 years of war and waiting, the golden bell has finally rung. My favorite part was definitely the crew stealing the gold and running away. Lol. Of course the people of Skypiea didn't know, though I doubt they would have cared that much considering they were going to give them a pillar of gold. Lol. And despite having just finished battling, barely stopping for a moment of rest, the crew heads toward the next island! And that ending! How cruel The battle with Enel has finally concluded and after 400 years of war and waiting, the golden bell has finally rung. My favorite part was definitely the crew stealing the gold and running away. Lol. Of course the people of Skypiea didn't know, though I doubt they would have cared that much considering they were going to give them a pillar of gold. Lol. And despite having just finished battling, barely stopping for a moment of rest, the crew heads toward the next island! And that ending! How cruel of those pirates to shoot that hooorse. Reminded me of when those humans shot Majin Buu's puppy! Anyways, the conclusion to the Skypiea arc was not bad at all. And we have finally commenced a new arc. Will be interesting to see what awaits the crew this time around.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    It may fall into the usual shonen curse of fights taking up volumes & the story barely progressing at a snail's pace (seriously, it took us 7 volumes to basically get "Robin reads another ancient stone, StrawHats got some gold, and maybe another clue on Gol D Roger's one piece" )... but you can't deny Oda-sensei's energetic art and ridiculously awesome imagination!! Who else can take El Dorado legends, filter them thru some fairy sky lands and come up with something so entertaining with Skypiea ar It may fall into the usual shonen curse of fights taking up volumes & the story barely progressing at a snail's pace (seriously, it took us 7 volumes to basically get "Robin reads another ancient stone, StrawHats got some gold, and maybe another clue on Gol D Roger's one piece" )... but you can't deny Oda-sensei's energetic art and ridiculously awesome imagination!! Who else can take El Dorado legends, filter them thru some fairy sky lands and come up with something so entertaining with Skypiea arc all wrapped up, onwards to one of the best chapters - Water Seven! (ok, with a minor filler stop of Foxy Pirates & Long Island Long Ring Long Land)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Holly Letson

    This was a fun volume. My favorite part was about Long Ring Long Land, where a man named Tonjit had been on his ultra-high stilts for over 10 years before Luffy arrived and knocked him off of them. Turns out his village and people had long since left the island he's on. The island truly one large island, but the tides separate it into 10 separate (small) islands. The villagers change island every 3 years, so Tonjit won't see his people again for over 20 years, sadly. -------- There's also a sto This was a fun volume. My favorite part was about Long Ring Long Land, where a man named Tonjit had been on his ultra-high stilts for over 10 years before Luffy arrived and knocked him off of them. Turns out his village and people had long since left the island he's on. The island truly one large island, but the tides separate it into 10 separate (small) islands. The villagers change island every 3 years, so Tonjit won't see his people again for over 20 years, sadly. -------- There's also a story about proving El Dolorado exist as a city in the sky as well, but it did not appeal to me as much.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    Started up the series again from this point. Trying to motivate myself to fill the gap in my collection. A pretty good volume. The first half wraps up the Skypia arc, while the end sets up the Davy Back fight. The transition in the middle does a bit of world building and foreshadows some events to come. Probably not the strongest volume of the series, but a great jumping on point for those who want to give it a reread but don't want a complete reset. Started up the series again from this point. Trying to motivate myself to fill the gap in my collection. A pretty good volume. The first half wraps up the Skypia arc, while the end sets up the Davy Back fight. The transition in the middle does a bit of world building and foreshadows some events to come. Probably not the strongest volume of the series, but a great jumping on point for those who want to give it a reread but don't want a complete reset.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. One Piece vol. 32 Summary: LOVE SONG! As the epic battle between the Straw Hats and almighty Eneru moves toward a dramatic finish, the crew must work together if they can ever hope to defeat this powerful enemy. Will they be able to ring the Golden bell and save Skypiea? Or will this be a foe that even the Straw Hats cannot defeat? Rating: 3 1/2 stars Opening Line: "Cut down the giant jack... so that it falls to the west." Quote: "We're running away! We stole some gold!" One Piece vol. 32 Summary: LOVE SONG! As the epic battle between the Straw Hats and almighty Eneru moves toward a dramatic finish, the crew must work together if they can ever hope to defeat this powerful enemy. Will they be able to ring the Golden bell and save Skypiea? Or will this be a foe that even the Straw Hats cannot defeat? Rating: 3 1/2 stars Opening Line: "Cut down the giant jack... so that it falls to the west." Quote: "We're running away! We stole some gold!"

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jake

    Skypiea is such an odd arc. There are some really fun side fights and characters here. The setting is compelling, and introduces some new tech. But the story itself is mediocre at best. Luffy's showdown with Eneru is basically Luffy getting smacked down, and then trying to catch back up, over and over. The origin story of the country is far more fascinating then the actual arc with the Straw Hat crew which is also a shame. Overall a bit of a let down. Skypiea is such an odd arc. There are some really fun side fights and characters here. The setting is compelling, and introduces some new tech. But the story itself is mediocre at best. Luffy's showdown with Eneru is basically Luffy getting smacked down, and then trying to catch back up, over and over. The origin story of the country is far more fascinating then the actual arc with the Straw Hat crew which is also a shame. Overall a bit of a let down.

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