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Chef's Special: The Kick of the Day The Straw Hat crew makes a pit stop at the oceangoing restaurant the Baratie, where the cooks are as rough-and-tumble as the pirates who frequent it. Don Krieg, a notorious pirate whose ship was battered in the treacherous seas of the Grand Line, has set his sights on the Baratie, but sous-chef Sanji isn't going to stand idly by while the Chef's Special: The Kick of the Day The Straw Hat crew makes a pit stop at the oceangoing restaurant the Baratie, where the cooks are as rough-and-tumble as the pirates who frequent it. Don Krieg, a notorious pirate whose ship was battered in the treacherous seas of the Grand Line, has set his sights on the Baratie, but sous-chef Sanji isn't going to stand idly by while these ruthless pirates take the ship by force! Containing Volumes 7, 8 and 9 of One Piece! R to L (Japanese Style)


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Chef's Special: The Kick of the Day The Straw Hat crew makes a pit stop at the oceangoing restaurant the Baratie, where the cooks are as rough-and-tumble as the pirates who frequent it. Don Krieg, a notorious pirate whose ship was battered in the treacherous seas of the Grand Line, has set his sights on the Baratie, but sous-chef Sanji isn't going to stand idly by while the Chef's Special: The Kick of the Day The Straw Hat crew makes a pit stop at the oceangoing restaurant the Baratie, where the cooks are as rough-and-tumble as the pirates who frequent it. Don Krieg, a notorious pirate whose ship was battered in the treacherous seas of the Grand Line, has set his sights on the Baratie, but sous-chef Sanji isn't going to stand idly by while these ruthless pirates take the ship by force! Containing Volumes 7, 8 and 9 of One Piece! R to L (Japanese Style)

30 review for One Piece: East Blue 7-8-9, Vol. 3

  1. 5 out of 5

    RG

    Alot of characters backgrounds described. It took some time to build but I still enjoyed it. Fight scenes were good. Hopefully it builds on the main story arc a little more in the next volumes.

  2. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Luffy and crew finish up the cooking arc and head into the Arlong Park arc. So Senji gets to show off his moves here and it's pretty amazing. On top of that we get to see some great emotion bits with Senji's master and old crew before he departs. If that wasn't good enough we head into the first half of the Arlong Park Arc. This was always a big arc for me because it's where I began to love nami and also get one of the top 10 moments in One Piece. With nami's backstory revealed, big fights, and Luffy and crew finish up the cooking arc and head into the Arlong Park arc. So Senji gets to show off his moves here and it's pretty amazing. On top of that we get to see some great emotion bits with Senji's master and old crew before he departs. If that wasn't good enough we head into the first half of the Arlong Park Arc. This was always a big arc for me because it's where I began to love nami and also get one of the top 10 moments in One Piece. With nami's backstory revealed, big fights, and plenty of humorous moments, this is the best volume yet for One Piece. A 4.5 OUT OF 5.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Justin Paramanandan

    I almost shed manly tears on the last few pages. Very rarely a manga can invoke such emotions.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shadowdenizen

    Still pumped for this series. While I think Usopp is still my favorite so far, Sanji is coming on strong! (I confess I chuckled whenever he came up with a "Crap Geezer" line, since I'm apparently a 12 year old!) And Im digging the fact that each character has a backstory that helps the reader understand their role in the saga, and how their backgrounds infirm their actions.... Still pumped for this series. While I think Usopp is still my favorite so far, Sanji is coming on strong! (I confess I chuckled whenever he came up with a "Crap Geezer" line, since I'm apparently a 12 year old!) And Im digging the fact that each character has a backstory that helps the reader understand their role in the saga, and how their backgrounds infirm their actions....

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bradley

    Struggled with the rating. There is a lot of dialogue and a lot of action in the first part and it feels very redundant. The person I most like to see in action is Zolo. If you read the last volume you know he is capped out. The second bit of this volume picks up with the Fish-men and it is excellent. Belle Mere is badass and the history of Nami is emotional. I hope she takes part in the action. Time to wait and see. AND THE HYPE IS REAL BECAUSE OF THAT ENDING. Also, he has not made an appearanc Struggled with the rating. There is a lot of dialogue and a lot of action in the first part and it feels very redundant. The person I most like to see in action is Zolo. If you read the last volume you know he is capped out. The second bit of this volume picks up with the Fish-men and it is excellent. Belle Mere is badass and the history of Nami is emotional. I hope she takes part in the action. Time to wait and see. AND THE HYPE IS REAL BECAUSE OF THAT ENDING. Also, he has not made an appearance in the manga yet but I vividly remember Smoker coming in. He was definitely one of my favorites and I CANNOT wait.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bridget

    Okay but this actually made me cry 😢

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mr. Manga_Man

    This was a great book full of twists and turns as luffy tries to assemble a crew to accomplish his dream of finding the one piece and becoming the king of the pirates. I am giving this book a 5 star rating for the story line so far and the graphic design quality.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Henni Ro

    OMG! The Arlong-Park-Arc is soo good, the end ... I have to admit, I cried bittersweet tears.

  9. 5 out of 5

    ಥ_ಥ

    These volumes were way better then the first 6. Volume 7: I really liked reading Sanji's back story Volume 8: damn Nami Volume 9: I like that we understand Nami better. This puts her in a new perspective. The last volume made her a bit of a twat and the flashback was moving enough to deal with it. These volumes were way better then the first 6. Volume 7: I really liked reading Sanji's back story Volume 8: damn Nami Volume 9: I like that we understand Nami better. This puts her in a new perspective. The last volume made her a bit of a twat and the flashback was moving enough to deal with it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jeremiah Maestas

    I love this story, and it’s only gotten better. Monkey D Luffy, is just a pure hero in the best sense of the word. I believe in him the way I believe in Goku. Saw Tooth Arlong is such a great villain. The other members of the crew I’m starting to love to, Rorona Zolo, Ussop, and Sanji are such fun characters, and the way they are drawn is great. Gonna pick up the next one like tomorrow. ✌🏽

  11. 5 out of 5

    Corey

    I don't know why, but the Baratie arc felt underwhelming to me. However, volume 9 made up for it by featuring one of the absolute best backstories in all of One Piece (as well as one of the best antagonists). I don't know why, but the Baratie arc felt underwhelming to me. However, volume 9 made up for it by featuring one of the absolute best backstories in all of One Piece (as well as one of the best antagonists).

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kurtis Burkhardt

    Great volumes Sanji joins the straw hats and Starts the Arlong arc^.^🦈👌😻❤️

  13. 5 out of 5

    Omar Villafane

    Still in the character background stages but I’m hooked on the series regardless.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Dennise Pendergrass

    I am loving all the background information on Sanji and Nami. It just kept amping up. Definitely enjoying this manga

  15. 5 out of 5

    -Ann-

    Oh man. The last 50 or so pages of volume 9 had me in tears.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bee (BacchusVines)

    This volume has 2 of my favorite Luffy recruitments: Sanji and Nami. The last chapter of volume 9??? EPIC ONE PIECE MOMENT.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lotte

    I cried.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Andy

    Luffy is cool as ever as he takes on a tough opponent. Nami continues to be my favorite and her backstory really left an impression, love it.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Cody

    Finishing the Baratie arc was cool ...... but the Arlong Park arc (currently in progress at the end of this omnibus) is quite possibly the best manga arc I’ve ever read.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mavis Ros

    This is the most emotional rollercoaster I probably could have describe from a one piece manga so far. The backstories were just the tip of an iceberg.

  21. 5 out of 5

    S. J.

    *4.5 Stars* Scorecard: (Out of 10) * Quality of Writing - 9 * Pace - 8 * Plot development - 8 * Characters - 10 * Enjoyability - 10 * Insightfulness - 9 * Ease of Reading - 10 * Photos/Illustrations - 10 Final Score: 74/80 = 93% *WARNING: Two things. One, I have not read the first 6 volumes of the manga though I have seen the anime through the corresponding stories. As I get the first two volumes, I will add them. Two, I know these are three separate volumes and I would usually break them up into their *4.5 Stars* Scorecard: (Out of 10) * Quality of Writing - 9 * Pace - 8 * Plot development - 8 * Characters - 10 * Enjoyability - 10 * Insightfulness - 9 * Ease of Reading - 10 * Photos/Illustrations - 10 Final Score: 74/80 = 93% *WARNING: Two things. One, I have not read the first 6 volumes of the manga though I have seen the anime through the corresponding stories. As I get the first two volumes, I will add them. Two, I know these are three separate volumes and I would usually break them up into their corresponding separate books. However, as this is the only way I've read them; I will treat them as the ones I'm use to.* *The Gush* I'll admit, when I first saw a chapter of this manga in Shonen Jump YEARS ago, I hated it. The drawing style was a huge turn off to me, the elongated bodies and morphed shapes when fighting, not to mention the whole blah blah pirates thing blah, were a huge turn off to me. And I knew without a doubt that I would NEVER want to read this stupid series. I am now eating those words. I have Collections 1-6 of the anime and have just bought the 3-in-1 volumes 7-9, 10-12, 13-15. So here I am, hooked on another manga series I swore I'd NEVER like that just so happens to be LONGER THEN BLEACH CURRENTLY! *Sigh* Volume 7 and half of 8 are the end of the getting Sanji story while the second half of 8 and all of 9 are the beginnings of the truth about Nami section. These have great fight scenes, wonderful character development, and some interesting plot developments. This is still early days, though we are seeing the beginnings of twilight on the East Blue section of the One Piece Saga. Luffy is facing two of the toughest foes in the East Blue, which will start to prepare him for future conflicts he will face. The artwork is excellent. For people new to manga, this may not be readily apparent. Make no mistake, this is not Rumiko Takahashi or Tite Kubo, whose styles are more...normal perhaps then Eiichiro Oda's. His style is very distinctive, which is a good thing is the competitive manga market. What I found was that his elongated bodies imply movement to a degree that the still black and while pages seem to come alive in a way that I've not really experienced in other manga. I don't know if that is what the artist is going for but that is what I've experienced. Something else that strikes me about this series is how diverse the information is in it. You have Sanji who waxes eloquently about cooking and uses french terms for his kicks, to Nami who talks about navigational information, to naval practices that are at least partially based on historical information...the list goes on and on. There is so much packed into this manga that there seems to be something for everyone, even someone who just wants an action pack story and doesn't want to look beyond that. For those that do, you'll learn a thing or two. *The Rant* The artwork might be a turn off for some people. The main issue some might have with this was something that shocked me even after watching the anime. This is not a child's manga. There are some rather dark segments of this story; not horrible or scarring for life necessarily but not for all readers. The best example of this is in volume 7 when (view spoiler)[Chief Zeff (then Red Foot Zeff) survived being marooned by eating his right leg. (hide spoiler)] This was disturbing even for me as this is quite different from what they have happen the anime. It shows the desperate straits that sailors could find themselves in on the high seas but not everyone should read such things. *Conclusion* If you are interested in manga, the One Piece series is something to consider. In someways a unique series, it has a little bit of everything that makes it fun for many different people to read. It is however, clearly a teen book and should not be read below that level. If you are just now starting to collect, these 3-in-1 books are great ways to catch up as you basically get one of the volumes free based on the cost of three separate volumes versus one of these.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson

    Volume 7: We start this volume with Chapter 54: Mr. Paloo(Pearl). At the beginning of the volume, Sanji's skills are exibited and one of Don Crieg's tougher crewmates is revealed. This narcissistic character blurts that he has never lost a drop of blood during a battle. Luffy being the master of improbability does the never ventured. Mr. Pearl now has a nosebleed, loses his mind and sets himself and the floating restaurant on fire. Out of nowhere Gin gives Sanji an ultimatum: give up or Head Chef Z Volume 7: We start this volume with Chapter 54: Mr. Paloo(Pearl). At the beginning of the volume, Sanji's skills are exibited and one of Don Crieg's tougher crewmates is revealed. This narcissistic character blurts that he has never lost a drop of blood during a battle. Luffy being the master of improbability does the never ventured. Mr. Pearl now has a nosebleed, loses his mind and sets himself and the floating restaurant on fire. Out of nowhere Gin gives Sanji an ultimatum: give up or Head Chef Zef dies. If you want to know how it turns out you'll just have to read it for yourself. Cheers and Happy Reading! Volume 8: This volume kicks off with Chapter 63: Never Die. After Luffy and the gang meets the cook Sanji, the restaurant ship is attacked by the fearsome Captain Don "Diamond Armor" Kreig. It is Sanji's goal in life is to never let a man starve in front of him. So he feeds Don Kreig only to be spit in the face for payment. I can't tell you how much these chapters really pissed me off. I was outraged, I threw things, and I cried for the cruelty of it all. Don't miss this story of how Sanji joins Luffy's crew! Volume 9: Kicking off this volume with Chapter 72: Suited to One's Level. On Nami's home island there is trouble, and it's the merman kind. Nami's sister fills Usopp in on the dirt that the Arlong crew has been committing for the past eight years. Gin, the man whom was in love with Nami's foster mother Bellemare, is in danger. Usopp in a fit of insanity and courage shoots Arlong, taunts him, and then runs. Very funny scene that lightens the heavy atmosphere of the plot. This is where I think Oda-sensei is genius overall. If you want to know what happens afterwards you'll just have to read the volume for yourself. Cheers and Happy Reading!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Nicola Mansfield

    Vol. 7: The Crap-Geezer - Good stuff. All battle as the cooks and Luffy take on Don Kreig. We also get backstory on Sanji. I like him a lot better now and hope he joins Luffy's crew. (3/5) A Vol. 8: I Won't Die - Finally the pirate chef arc is over. Really like how that fighting ended up. Now on to new places! New member and the we are back to what the other three are up to. Us up is as annoying as ever but Nami has a dark secret revealed. (4/5) Vol.9: Tears - Great volume! So much tension and emot Vol. 7: The Crap-Geezer - Good stuff. All battle as the cooks and Luffy take on Don Kreig. We also get backstory on Sanji. I like him a lot better now and hope he joins Luffy's crew. (3/5) A Vol. 8: I Won't Die - Finally the pirate chef arc is over. Really like how that fighting ended up. Now on to new places! New member and the we are back to what the other three are up to. Us up is as annoying as ever but Nami has a dark secret revealed. (4/5) Vol.9: Tears - Great volume! So much tension and emotion. Nami's story turns out to be waay more than I ever imagined. All the crew are back together plus we meet two new female characters who bring with them a wonderful heart-wrenching story. I loved the tragic Belle-Mere and am really enjoying all the other characters personalities as well. Except I still can't stand Usop. (5/5)

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dru

    Despite reading most of the series, I hadn't read these volumes. The conclusion of Sanji's introduction and the defeat of Krieg begins the omnibus, and the set-up for Arlong Park and Nami's story is at the end. Even at the start, this series has everything I want in a comic. Funny parts, action parts, and great characters. Despite reading most of the series, I hadn't read these volumes. The conclusion of Sanji's introduction and the defeat of Krieg begins the omnibus, and the set-up for Arlong Park and Nami's story is at the end. Even at the start, this series has everything I want in a comic. Funny parts, action parts, and great characters.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Shelby

    More like 3.5 stars. The Baratie storyline took way too long to finish up, but I liked Sanji's backstory - we saw a more human side to Red-Foot Zeff, and why he and Sanji have such a love-hate relationship. The story really picked up when the crew got to Arlong Park, and I flew through the rest of the bind-up because I was so invested in Nami's story: I can't wait to see how it finishes up! More like 3.5 stars. The Baratie storyline took way too long to finish up, but I liked Sanji's backstory - we saw a more human side to Red-Foot Zeff, and why he and Sanji have such a love-hate relationship. The story really picked up when the crew got to Arlong Park, and I flew through the rest of the bind-up because I was so invested in Nami's story: I can't wait to see how it finishes up!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Well, my very first manga, and I read it all in one day! I've been watching the anime, so I'm already familiar with what is going on in these volumes, but I've been wanting to compare the two. They follow very closely, just a few minor changes. I want more!! Well, my very first manga, and I read it all in one day! I've been watching the anime, so I'm already familiar with what is going on in these volumes, but I've been wanting to compare the two. They follow very closely, just a few minor changes. I want more!!

  27. 4 out of 5

    ribbonknight

    In the beginning of this volume, a guy EATS HIS OWN LEG in an ultimate expression of love for someone else, lolllll. The end of the volume focuses a lot on Nami & her backstory, making my love for her increase tenfold.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Adrian

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It's hard too believe that Nami joined Arlongs crew just too free the whole village when she was a little girl It's hard too believe that Nami joined Arlongs crew just too free the whole village when she was a little girl

  29. 5 out of 5

    David Anthony Beard

    Volume 7: Getting better and better! Volume 8: Great Volume! Volume 9: Another Great Volume! This volume has my most favorite as of today at least in the anime show.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Stephenson

    Love the character development and story line.

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