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One Piece, Vol. 7: The Crap-Geezer [Kindle Edition]

Eiichiro Oda
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Don Krieg's evil pirate armada attempts to hijack the oceangoing restaurant Baratie, but the pirate cooks put up a fierce resistance until Krieg reveals one of the greatest secret weapons in his arsenal--Invincible Pearl! When sous chef Sanji steps into the fray, it turns out that he and Chef Zeff have some unfinished business concerning the loss of the latter's leg! Will their differences come between them or make the Baratie stronger? Either way, unfortunately for Luffy, it turns out that Don Krieg harbors an even deadlier weapon--Gin, the very man whose life Sanji once saved with a square meal!

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    Eiichiro Oda debuted in WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP in 1997 as a comic creator and artist with ONE PIECE. One of the most popular comic artists in Japan today, Oda started out by winning the Hop Step Award (a monthly award given by Jump for amateur artists) as well as the esteemed Tezuka Award. His art style is reminiscent of Akira Toriyama, Sergio Aragones, and the movie Yellow Submarine.

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    • Format: Kindle Edition
    • File Size: 164353 KB
    • Print Length: 200 pages
    • Publisher: VIZ Media: SHONEN JUMP (9 July 2011)
    • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B00F3HGIQK
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Sanji 19 Mar. 2010
    By T. R. Alexander TOP 1000 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
    Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
    This seventh volume of the One Piece manga is one that mostly seems to focus on the Baratie chef Sanji as he fights alongside Luffy to protect the restaurant. The volume sees Sanji go up against the two most powerful fighters of Krieg's Pirates, as well as giving his background and the reason why he is fighting so hard for the restaurant.

    This is another very good volume with some very nice fights and a couple of interesting plot twists, Sanji's background is also nicely done and quite interesting as well. With the exception of the flashback, this volume is mostly fighting and while probably not some of the best fights in the series, they are nonetheless interesting. The volume also has some nice and funny moments as well.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 30 Nov. 2014
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Sanji and the "crap-geezer" 7 Aug. 2005
    By Hannah Skoonberg - Published on
    Another one of Oda's wonderful manga. We get the back story of our ladies man, Sanji. The battle with Don Kreig continues and it doesn't look good when he uses a poisen gas bomb.

    It's brawn against guns in One Piece volume 7.
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars A lack of food and a lot of blabbing 17 July 2005
    By Simon - Published on
    One Piece vol. 7 continues the Don Krieg story arc started in vol. 5. This volume is notable for its revelation of Sanji's backstory, and why being a cook and not wasting food is so important to him. Without spoiling too much, I'll say this: if you've only seen the anime version (4Kids butchering or Japanese original), be prepared for something much more shocking. This isn't a rehash of Luffy's origin as depicted in the anime.

    Unfortunately, the framing for this backstory is rather awkwardly stuffed into the middle of a fight scene, which is my main problem with the Don Krieg arc: talking. Characters stand around making statements about their dreams and powers before actually doing anything. Shonen action titles all suffer a bit from this, and its very noticible here. It's a little easier to swallow in graphic novel format; I can't imagine slogging through this on a monthly basis during the original magazine publication.

    The volume is mostly three stars, but the inclusion of Sanji's backstory bumps it up to four. Keep on reading, the arc ends next volume.
    5.0 out of 5 stars Sanji kicks, Pearl surprises, and Luffy tries to save the day! 26 Aug. 2012
    By Julie L. Hayes - Published on
    Sanji shows that he's more than cook when he defends the Baratie with a tremendous kick, deflecting the fish-head, to the amazement of his crew! His action re-energizes the sea cooks, who vow to fight for their floating restaurant to the end against the scurvy knaves that comprise Don Krieg's pirate crew. So of course Krieg has to throw them a curveball--<lj-cut text="in the form of his second unit commander, Invincible Pearl.">

    Pearl, as his name implies, is a huge fellow covered in shields with pearl centers, and wears a pearl on his head. As he leaps onto the Baratie, he takes down two of the cooks with his Pearl Surprise move. One of Krieg's men attempts to take the knife from one of the dying men but Sanji puts a stop to that with a swift kick. "A chef's knife is his soul," he tells him. "A crap-bum like you had better not touch it."

    Pearl boasts to Sanji that he's been invincible in 61 battles to the death; in fact, he's never even been injured, and has never lost a single drop of blood in battle. Meanwhile, Luffey is clinging for his life to a mast--if he drops into the ocean, he's a dead man; since eating the devil fruit, he can't swim a stroke and would sink like a stone. Luckily, Krieg's maneuver drops him onto the Baratie, right on top of Pearl, drawing blood, to the pirate's surprise. When Krieg's crew see the blood, they immediately try to calm Pearl down, fearful of the consequences. Because of experiences as a child, when Pearl feels threatened, he sets himself aflame. Under the circumstances, being on a ship, afloat at sea and all, this is not a good idea.

    The sea cooks back down from the human wall of flame, but not Sanji. "Moron," he says, "you can't be a cook if you're afraid of fire!" Things are starting to look up when Sanji finds himself on the wrong end of a gun barrel, being pointed at him by Gin, the pirate whose life he saved when he was starving!

    Gin offers Sanji the opportunity to get off the ship, but he refuses, even when Chef Zeff taunts him, calling him eggplant head. Luffy tries to intervene, but to no avail. He certainly doesn't understand Sanji's attitude, and neither does anyone else. Especially when Pearl pounds him with some of his best moves. Still the stubborn chef refuses to go. But there is method to his madness, and he finally explains why he refuses to let the Baratie be taken away from the ornery one-legged Chef Zeff. It all began nine years before...

    When Sanji is done with his tale, everyone understands the debt he owes Zeff, and why he won't allow anything else to be taken from him. Still, Luffy thinks Sanji is being ridiculous, and he sees only one way out of the situation--he intends to sink the Baratie himself. He tells Sanji it's not worth dying over, and what use is Zeff saving his life if he's going to just throw it away?

    Don Krieg steps in and he and Luffy get into a battle of words, Luffy adamantly proclaiming himself the best pirate there is. Finally it comes down to Gin and Sanji. Can Gin kill the very man that showed him incredible kindness? Well, he is a ruthless pirate, after all...

    The battle over the Baratie continues as we meet yet another of Krieg's crew in the form of Invincible Pearl. Despite his record, Pearl's a blowhard and not very likeable, but he's an interesting villain. The backstory involving Chef Zeff and Sanji explained a lot about the latter's loyalty to the crap-geezer, as he calls him. Sanji is a very interesting character, one I suspect we'll be seeing a lot more of in the future. In this volume, Luffey doesn't play as big a part as usual, but when he does, he's generally very brave, but often in the way, in misguided attempts to assist.

    This is a fun series for all ages, and there's lots more fun ahead. Sticking with it for the long haul!
    3.0 out of 5 stars Series slips a bit with this one 25 Mar. 2008
    By Robert Beveridge - Published on
    Eiichiro Oda, One Piece: The Crap-Geezer (ViZ, 1998)

    The Battle of the Baratie continues, with Luffy and the cooks facing off against Don Krieg and his band. We get some background on the relationship between Sanji and Zeff, but the majority of the volume is one big punch-up, reminiscent of Yuyu Hakusho's Dark Tournament story arc at times. A good bit of fun, this, though I'd have liked to see a touch more plot advancement. ***
    5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome 2 Mar. 2014
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    I love this series. I started it recently and it is just an amazing adventure. the story and artwork is just so amazing
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