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Camie the mermaid offers to take Luffy and the crew to Fish-Man Island if they'll help rescue her boss Hachi from the notorious Flying Fish Riders. Ignoring all of the warning signs (hint: her boss sounds suspiciously like an old enemy!), the crew agrees to help their mermaid friend, only to end up losing Camie to other kidnappers! Camie the mermaid offers to take Luffy and the crew to Fish-Man Island if they'll help rescue her boss Hachi from the notorious Flying Fish Riders. Ignoring all of the warning signs (hint: her boss sounds suspiciously like an old enemy!), the crew agrees to help their mermaid friend, only to end up losing Camie to other kidnappers!


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Camie the mermaid offers to take Luffy and the crew to Fish-Man Island if they'll help rescue her boss Hachi from the notorious Flying Fish Riders. Ignoring all of the warning signs (hint: her boss sounds suspiciously like an old enemy!), the crew agrees to help their mermaid friend, only to end up losing Camie to other kidnappers! Camie the mermaid offers to take Luffy and the crew to Fish-Man Island if they'll help rescue her boss Hachi from the notorious Flying Fish Riders. Ignoring all of the warning signs (hint: her boss sounds suspiciously like an old enemy!), the crew agrees to help their mermaid friend, only to end up losing Camie to other kidnappers!

30 review for One Piece, Volume 51: The Eleven Supernovas

  1. 4 out of 5

    Thelma

    I'd say this is the book that changes everything. So much happens. So many new characters (TRAFALGAR!!!!!!). Anouncement of terrible things. And that last page. That last page is whu Luffy will always be my favorite. I'd say this is the book that changes everything. So much happens. So many new characters (TRAFALGAR!!!!!!). Anouncement of terrible things. And that last page. That last page is whu Luffy will always be my favorite.

  2. 4 out of 5

    ♚ ember

    Laaaaaw~! ♥︎

  3. 5 out of 5

    T.R. Preston

    Yes. Yes to everything. I love the introductions of the supernovas. Everything that takes place in this arc is great. A lot of important ground is covered, which is very refreshing after the filler of Thriller Bark.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Subham

    continuing on ch 499where they go to amusement park and have fun, then Camie is kidnapped and sold for auctions while everyone is looking for her then the craziest thing happens, when its upto Luffy to rescue her and what he does with the Tennryubito in the end just wow1 This volume was awesome and a bit time consuming but worth it, the art and plot just get better and better!

  5. 5 out of 5

    endeavoursofvic

    One Piece 51: 4.5 Stars [7.96 - Amazing!!!!!] This Volume is simply incredible. Especially the second half. The first little Duval Arc was good but not great to me. Everything afterwards was phenomenal though. The world building, the new characters, the returning characters, the INTRIGUE, seeing everything that leads up to the war. I cannot wait for the next few volumes. It will be a feast. In addition to that we get the Strawhats being themselves and entertaining me to no end. My precious idiotic One Piece 51: 4.5 Stars [7.96 - Amazing!!!!!] This Volume is simply incredible. Especially the second half. The first little Duval Arc was good but not great to me. Everything afterwards was phenomenal though. The world building, the new characters, the returning characters, the INTRIGUE, seeing everything that leads up to the war. I cannot wait for the next few volumes. It will be a feast. In addition to that we get the Strawhats being themselves and entertaining me to no end. My precious idiotic children. I feel like I don't even need to say anything. That fucking final page is so deserved ♥ SO SATISFYING + we get Law (and Kid and Killer and Hawkins and Bonnie and...) FUCKING LAW ♥

  6. 5 out of 5

    Emmy

    The last page of this volume is perhaps my favorite One Piece moment to date. In the anime, the color gets completely drained from the screen....there is nothing quite so satisfying as this scene.

  7. 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...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Keerthana

    Wow! This volume started off OK but when the story progressed and showed some really dark themes like slavery and discrimination it just increased my excitement for this volume. And also there are some things that promises amazing events in the upcoming volumes. I'm just sooooo excited!!!! Wow! This volume started off OK but when the story progressed and showed some really dark themes like slavery and discrimination it just increased my excitement for this volume. And also there are some things that promises amazing events in the upcoming volumes. I'm just sooooo excited!!!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Timothy

    One of the funniest moments in One Piece history.

  10. 5 out of 5

    3Jesper

    Okay

  11. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    This volume got pretty dark toward the end

  12. 4 out of 5

    Josh Whittington

    This volume’s a bit awkward since it straddles a hilarious mini-arc and the beginning of a much more serious arc, but both parts are done well so it’s not too much of a problem. First the Straw Hats need to save an old enemy from a crew of kidnappers whose leader has an amazing connection to the crew that I didn’t see coming at all, it had me cracking up. There’s some decent action here but it’s mostly a comedic sequence. From there we move into the Sabaody Archipelago where the Straw Hats need s This volume’s a bit awkward since it straddles a hilarious mini-arc and the beginning of a much more serious arc, but both parts are done well so it’s not too much of a problem. First the Straw Hats need to save an old enemy from a crew of kidnappers whose leader has an amazing connection to the crew that I didn’t see coming at all, it had me cracking up. There’s some decent action here but it’s mostly a comedic sequence. From there we move into the Sabaody Archipelago where the Straw Hats need someone to give their ship a special coating in order for it to head underwater to Fishman Island. Sabaody is another fantastical world that excites you just looking at it and reading about it - it’s a land of gigantic mangroves that expel floating bubbles which are used in the architecture of the island. By a chance of fate, a large number of high-bounty crews have appeared on the island at the same time as the Straw Hats, but somehow they’re not even the main threat! Descendants of the original world government, known as Celestial Dragons, are visiting and they see themselves as so far above everyone else that they expect full subservience and obedience. You can imagine how the Straw Hats feel about that, so the stage gets set for an amazing escalating conflict in future volumes, which I’m excited to see play out.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Young Kim

    With an incontrollable laughter another wise/ witt'y/ vit'al lesson will sur-prise you... Duval's sooooooooo funny lol The author must be genius! "...and no matter what we do, our wait will be just as long. Though we try to make it pass, time will march on at its own pace. If we are forced to wait, then why not do so in peace and tranquility?" With an incontrollable laughter another wise/ witt'y/ vit'al lesson will sur-prise you... Duval's sooooooooo funny lol The author must be genius! "...and no matter what we do, our wait will be just as long. Though we try to make it pass, time will march on at its own pace. If we are forced to wait, then why not do so in peace and tranquility?"

  14. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I’m forever in love with the crew. Also, we finally get to meet the other supernovas and let me tell you, the are two that own my heart since day 1 and I’m super thrilled to finally have them on paper.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Frank Jaksa

    One of the best in the entire series. Luffy and Zolo’s peers, the eleven supernovas make their appearance and nothing will ever be the same. Plus, Admiral Kizaru makes his first appearance!

  16. 5 out of 5

    David Wei

    One of the most hilarious chapter to date, the introduction of the supernovae and Rayleigh! This volume is overwhelming!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jeanine Carstairs

    Can’t stop laughing at Duval!

  18. 5 out of 5

    XZ

    YAS LUFFY TAKE OUT THAT DISGUSTING SNOTFACE! Also, Sanji really should consider a side career in plastic surgery.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bee (BacchusVines)

    Ah, I forgotten about the first appearance of the worst generation! And the ending! Luffy is truly a pirate of no limitations, most of the time :D

  20. 4 out of 5

    Robert Gilson

    Still a fun series.

  21. 5 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Noooo Hachi!! It’s amazing how characters just come back!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Arnaud

    Sabaody in all its ugliness, and the slave trade of fish-men.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lucia

    I'm not crying, you're crying! I'm not crying, you're crying!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Quite possibly my favorite volume of the series! The build up with the auction, the news announcement about a public execution and that final explosive PUNCH! Oh my gosh - so intense and satisfying!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    Will I ever not love anything that happens from now on til the summit war?!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Marilag

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. As usual, I don't do reviews of the One Piece manga, 'cause, you know, that would be insane to do it at this point, 50 volumes into the story. Hem. Anyway. These are notes that mostly benefit me, so I know which stories are held within each volume. Oh, boy, the backdrop of what is about to become a fantastically mindblowing and heartbreaking arc. That's really what Sabaody is for me. But yes, moving on. - The bit about the flying fish riders might have slightly killed me. The entire time in the an As usual, I don't do reviews of the One Piece manga, 'cause, you know, that would be insane to do it at this point, 50 volumes into the story. Hem. Anyway. These are notes that mostly benefit me, so I know which stories are held within each volume. Oh, boy, the backdrop of what is about to become a fantastically mindblowing and heartbreaking arc. That's really what Sabaody is for me. But yes, moving on. - The bit about the flying fish riders might have slightly killed me. The entire time in the anime, siblings and I conjectured over the identity of the masked villain, only to be utterly wrong in the end. Way to go, Oda, throw in the crackiest curve ball you could find, eh? Anyway, Sanji was certainly most displeased at the big reveal. - Turns out Caimie's friend that she asked the SH to save is none other than Hachi, the fish-man fellow in Arlong's crew. Some awkward moments with Nami there, though I did find it amusing that the older crew members waited for Nami's say in the matter. Leave them to be considerate enough to determine the navigator's feelings about fish-men and Hachi in general. - Hachi is saved, lots of takoyaki got eaten as a result, and to go out of his way to make up for the 8 years of pain and agony that Nami faced under Arlong, Hachi even volunteers to bring them to the Sabaody Archipelago, a set of Yarukiman mangroves, in order to get their ship coated so as to make it to Fish-man Island. - This sparks some interesting themes and the crossing of the border of humor to, well, some darker ideas. While, of course, One Piece isn't all fun, adventure, and humor, the Sabaody arc certainly gives much more depth to the problems revolving around the One Piece universe. - Turns out as pretty as Sabaody is, it is severely flawed. At least 20 of the groves is lawless and filled with miscreants, slavery is absolutely LEGAL, the nobility/Celestial Dragons are cruel, merciless, and major douches, and there's a racial tension riding as an undercurrent between fish-men/mermaids and the people of Sabaody. A lot of this is found in the volume, which is kind of disturbing, considering how much of it is seen in the open streets than is told by a narrator. - Some fantastic new characters are introduced here, namely the rest of the 11 Supernovas, those rookies with bounties over 100 million beli (of which Luffy and Zoro are now members of). I won't go crazy with naming them, since I can't remember most, but I will say that it's obvious who the frontrunners are: Trafalgar Law and Captain Kidd. Jewelry Bonny is the only woman in this lineup, so she deserves a mention, too (not to mention she saves Zoro's rump from Celestial Dragon trouble at some point, though she does insist it's for selfish reasons). - Now, among the character introductions is, of course, Shakky and her companion, Silvers Rayleigh, who, it turns out, used to be the first mate of Gol D. Roger's crew. Now, I'm not sure about anyone else, but even though I already knew this (from the anime), I still just about squeed when he showed up again. Never mind that the reason for him showing us is that Caimie gets--surprise, surprise--kidnapped and sold to a slave auction house. - In order to get Caimie back, Nami and some of the crew plan to buy her, only to realize that they did not have enough money to match the obnoxious Celestial Dragon's bid. So, they're stuck until Luffy and the stronger crew members make it. - The absolute best part of this volume is Luffy's unbridled fury, both to what happens to Hachi and the treatment they gave Caimie. It did not matter that he promised not to do anything even if somebody got shot in front of him. When Luffy is angry, and when Luffy's friends are on the line, there is no doubt in anyone's mind what'll happen to the offender in the end. - Best. Punchout. Ever. That Celestial Dragon got what was coming to him by leaps and bounds. And I don't even like Caimie. So that's saying something. - Oh, slight mention of the chapter covers: CP9 gets a highlight (working to pay off Lucci's medical bills, it seems...), as well as various members who've played a prominent role in previous arcs, like Iceberg and Paulie, Vivi, etc. As usual, good stuff to see.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mason Giles

    Volume 51 starts out continuing the story of The Straw-hat Pirates as they search for the legendary One Piece. In this Volume the Straw-hats Continue helping kami the mermaid in her rescue attempt of Hachi the octopus fishman, who has been kidnaped by a gang of slavers called the “Flying Fish Riders” who wish to sell the fishman at the “Human auction house”. After a battle between the two forces, they become ally’s once Sanji (the Cook for the Straw hats) changes Duvals( the leader of the Flying Volume 51 starts out continuing the story of The Straw-hat Pirates as they search for the legendary One Piece. In this Volume the Straw-hats Continue helping kami the mermaid in her rescue attempt of Hachi the octopus fishman, who has been kidnaped by a gang of slavers called the “Flying Fish Riders” who wish to sell the fishman at the “Human auction house”. After a battle between the two forces, they become ally’s once Sanji (the Cook for the Straw hats) changes Duvals( the leader of the Flying Fish Riders) face by kicking him so he will no longer be mistaken for sanjis bounty poster. After this two forces return to Hachis fish boat for a small celebratory feast. It is there that the Straw Hats learn that to continue on their journey they must either travel the safe route Over a giant land continent and leave there ship behind or head to the Sabaody arcapilago And locate a coater who can make the ship able to dive under the water, That way they can take the more dangerous path that leads to Fishman Island. Not wanting to leave there ship behind and always up for an adventure the Straw hats head to Sabaody. The second half of the book is the start of their Adventures at Sabaody. Once they arrive Hachi tells the Straw Hats that some of the world nobles are in town and no mater what happens they must not interfere with them. Even if they kill someone in front of them. After some site seeing the straw hats cross paths with 2 of the world nobles. The world nobles are above all laws. Can claim people and property as their own on a whim. They can do this because 800 years ago 20 kings crated the world government and threw the generations there power got out of control. After seeing the world nobles beat and kill slaves in front of a group of people hatchi must restrain Luffy from attacking. In the 3rd part of the volume After their altercation with the Nobles they head to find a coater to coat the ship this is where they find out that now that the Straw-hat pirates are on the island there are 11 pirates with bounty’s over $100,000. After the introduction of the 11 supernovas, Camie get kidnaped and is about to be sold in an action. As the heroes rush to try to buy Camie so they won’t draw the attention of the government. The get outbid by one of the world nobles. When Luffy trys to free Caime, Hachi trys to stop him reveling that he is a fishman by accident. The Nobel thinking hachi a disgusting creature and a filthy fishman shoots. Hachi begs luffy not to hurt the noble as it will bring an admiral to the island and he dos not wish to cause more trouble for luffy and his friends. The chapter ends with Luffy punching the noble in the face with such force that it sends him flying up several rows. This volume touches on the themes of slavery, segregation by race and how people treat and react to it. The straw hats are told not to interfere and pretend it does not happen if they see it. It all so seams that the straw Hats are the only ones who attempt to stand up for the people being abused. Not fearing the anger of the law for doing what is right. When Hachi reveals himself as a fish man in the Auction house, every one other than the different pirates’ crews gathered there are horrified. They don’t see Hachi as a man but as a monster, something less than human. The people are more scared of him than the Pirates some of which are famous for killing civilians (The Kid Pirates) that are worth $100,000-300,000 in bounties,

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tom Ewing

    Until now, Luffy's quest to become King of the Pirates has seen him recruit allies, overcome obstacles and make enemies. What he hasn't had in any meaningful sense are rivals. Eiichiro Oda fills that gap unceremoniously, introducing - in a panel or two, for the most part - a bunch of crews who've made it through the Grand Line's other seven routes. It's an immediate shift in tone for the manga - until now, what has distinguished the Straw Hats is their strength: from now on, it's implied, what s Until now, Luffy's quest to become King of the Pirates has seen him recruit allies, overcome obstacles and make enemies. What he hasn't had in any meaningful sense are rivals. Eiichiro Oda fills that gap unceremoniously, introducing - in a panel or two, for the most part - a bunch of crews who've made it through the Grand Line's other seven routes. It's an immediate shift in tone for the manga - until now, what has distinguished the Straw Hats is their strength: from now on, it's implied, what sets them apart is their morality. The sense that things are about to get a little more serious is compounded by this volume's main plot (after a three episode payoff for one of Oda's best, silliest jokes). The action of Volume 51 is familiar enough - explore an island, wind up in trouble. But previously trouble has come in the form of an external foe - a usurping or corrupting force for the Straw Hats to beat. Here, the enemy is the system itself and the action heads inexorably towards one of the most obvious, ominous and viscerally satisfying cliffhangers in the entire series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kurami Rocket

    3.5 The beginning of this vol and just some parts of the manga, were overall, kind of dull. However, what kept it interesting was the world building, which as always, was well done. And was very surprised about the themes of slavery and discrimination. I never expected that in this vol. It really is disgusting how people can treat other living beings like dirt and not have any sort of compassion or guilt for what happens to them. Not at all surprised that Luffy punched that noble in the face. Som 3.5 The beginning of this vol and just some parts of the manga, were overall, kind of dull. However, what kept it interesting was the world building, which as always, was well done. And was very surprised about the themes of slavery and discrimination. I never expected that in this vol. It really is disgusting how people can treat other living beings like dirt and not have any sort of compassion or guilt for what happens to them. Not at all surprised that Luffy punched that noble in the face. Someone had to. The guy was such an entitleted piece of - well u know. Will be interesting to see what will happen now that Luffy has pretty much declared war on those World Nobles. So yes, overall, the vol was kind of dull, though were some good parts. What truly made this vol great was the real world themes of slavery and discrimination. And of course that cliffhanger!! Hope that the next vol will be better than this one! No doubt it will be exciting!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lissibith

    This volume starts out with the Flying Fish riders before transitioning into the beginning of the Sabaody arc. I actually find the Flying Fish Riders to be nice, a fun little mini-arc showing how the Straw hats' actions are having unintended consequences across the seas. Then we get into Sabaody, and get the introduction to a very dark side of humans' interactions with mermaids and fishmen, as well as getting to see the Supernovas - a collection of newish pirates with super-high bounties. Luffy an This volume starts out with the Flying Fish riders before transitioning into the beginning of the Sabaody arc. I actually find the Flying Fish Riders to be nice, a fun little mini-arc showing how the Straw hats' actions are having unintended consequences across the seas. Then we get into Sabaody, and get the introduction to a very dark side of humans' interactions with mermaids and fishmen, as well as getting to see the Supernovas - a collection of newish pirates with super-high bounties. Luffy and Zoro join nine others in that exclusive club. There's a lot going on in this volume, both action and setup, and I found it to be well-paced and interesting. I get the feeling the Supernovas won't all get introduced as thoroughly as I might like within the story, but they have a variety of interesting powers and personalities and I'm looking forward to seeing more.

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