List of One Piece chapters (595–806)

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Sixty-first volume of One Piece, released in Japan by Shueisha on February 4, 2011

One Piece is a shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda that has been translated into various languages and spawned a substantial media franchise. It follows the adventures of the seventeen-year-old boy Monkey D. Luffy, whose body gained the properties of rubber when he accidentally ate a supernatural fruit, as he travels the oceans in search of the series' eponymous treasure and organizes a diverse crew of pirates, named the Straw Hats. In Japan, the series is published by Shueisha – chapterwise in the manga anthology Weekly Shōnen Jump since July 22, 1997 and in tankōbon (collected volumes making up from about 10 to 12 chapters) format since December 24, 1997.[1]

In North America, Viz Media currently serializes One Piece in its digital anthology magazine Weekly Shonen Jump simultaneously with Japan. It originally published its English language adaptation of the series in the now-defunct print anthology Shonen Jump since the magazine's launch in November 2002. It publishes tankōbon format since June 2003, and also publishes them digitally through [].[2][3][4] In the United Kingdom, the tankōbon were published by Gollancz Manga, starting March 2006,[5] until Viz Media took over after the fourteenth volume.[6][7] In Australia and New Zealand, the English volumes are distributed by Madman Entertainment since November 10, 2008.[8]

Volume list[edit]

No.TitleJapanese releaseEnglish release
61Romance Dawn: For the New WorldFebruary 4, 2011[9]
ISBN 978-4-08-870175-2
March 6, 2012[10]
ISBN 1-4215-4144-0
  1. "The Pledge" (宣誓, "Sensei")
  2. "Spectrum"
  3. "3D2Y"
  4. "Two Years Later" (2年後, "Ninengo")
  5. "Nine Pirates" (九人の海賊, "Kyūnin no Kaizoku")
  6. "Island of New Beginnings" (再出発の島, "Saishuppatsu no Shima")
  1. "Romance Dawn: For the New World" (ROMANCE DAWN for the new world —新しい世界への冒険の夜明け—, "Romance Dawn: For the New World: Atarashii Sekai e no Bōken no Yoake")
  2. "Downward Ho!" (下舵いっぱい!!, "Shimo Kaji Ippai!!")
  3. "Keep That in Mind" (心に留めておけ, "Kokoro ni Tometeoke")
Before being separated, the Straw Hat Pirates had planned to meet up after three days. Captain Monkey D. Luffy's message amends that to two years. Although they wish to reunite with Luffy and comfort him about his brother, Portgas D. Ace's, death, they instead take advantage of the opportune locales that Bartholomew Kuma sent them all to improve their skills. Luffy himself trains with Silvers Rayleigh. Two years later, the Straw Hats gather on the archipelago where they were last together. A similar Marine force that caused them difficulties years ago tries to detain them, but because of their growth they easily flee. Together again, they resume their adventure by setting sail for Fishman Island, an underwater island.
62Adventure on Fish-Man Island
Gyojintō no Bōken (魚人島の冒険)
May 2, 2011[11]
ISBN 978-4-08-870217-9
May 1, 2012[12]
ISBN 978-1-4215-4196-9
  1. "To the Deep Sea" (深層へ, "Shinsō e")
  2. "The Kraken and the Pirates" (クラーケンと海賊, "Kurāken to Kaizoku")
  3. "Deep Sea Adventure" (深海の冒険, "Shinkai no Bōken")
  4. "30,000 Feet Under the Sea" (海底1万m, "Kaitei Ichiman Mētoru")
  5. "Underwater Paradise" (海底の楽園, "Kaitei no Rakuen")
  6. "Adventure on Fish-Man Island" (魚人島の冒険, "Gyojintō no Bōken")
  1. "Madam Sharley, Fortune-Teller" (占い師マダム・シャーリー, "Uranaishi Madamu Shārī")
  2. "Hody Jones" (ホーディ・ジョーンズ, "Hōdi Jōnzu")
  3. "Taken by the Shark They Saved" (助けたサメに連れられて, "Tasuketa Same ni Tsurerarete")
  4. "Mermaid Princess of Shell Tower" (硬殻塔の人魚姫, "Kōkaku Tō no Ningyo Hime")
  5. "Too Late Now" (やっちまったモンはしょうがねェ, "Yatchimatta Mon wa Shō ga nē")
As they near Fishman Island, the Straw Hats are attacked by the New Fishman Pirates, a crew of hostile fishmen, and fall overboard. Though separated again, the Straw Hats are able to make it to shore thanks to the friendlier fishmen and mermaids of the island. Luffy immediately begins to seek out the rest of his crew, while reconnecting with friends he has not seen in two years and exploring the island. When Madam Sharley, a fortuneteller, predicts that Luffy will destroy the island, the Straw Hats are invited to the royal palace. However, it is revealed to be a plot to detain them and save the island. When the Straw Hats assembled there learn of this they are forced to defeat the island's king Neptune and his royal guard and take control of the palace to avoid capture.
63Otohime and Tiger
Otohime to Taigā (オトヒメとタイガー)
August 4, 2011[13]
ISBN 978-4-08-870270-4
July 3, 2012[14]
ISBN 978-1-42-154307-9
  1. "Mark-Mark Curse" (マトマトの呪い, "Mato Mato no Noroi")
  2. "Anniversary for Revenge" (復讐の記念日, "Fukushū no Kinenbi")
  3. "Incident at Coral Hill" (サンゴヶ丘で大事件, "Sangogaoka de Daijiken")
  4. "Proposal" (プロポーズ, Puropōzu")
  5. "At the Forest of the Sea" (海の森にて, "Umi no Mori nite")
  6. "The Wonderful Amusement Park" (憧れの遊園地, "Akogare no Yūenchi")
  1. "Otohime and Tiger" (オトヒメとタイガー, "Otohime to Taigā")
  2. "The Sun Pirates" (タイヨウの海賊団, "Taiyō no Kaizoku-dan")
  3. "Fisher Tiger the Pirate" (海賊フィッシャー・タイガー, "Kaizoku Fisshā Taigā")
  4. "Queen Otohime" (オトヒメ王妃, "Otohime Ōhi")
  5. "Uninherited Will" (受け継がない意志, "Uketsuganai Ishi")
  6. "Neptune Brothers" (ネプチューン3兄弟, "Nepuchūn San Kyōdai")
Vander Decken IX, a fishman with the power of the Mark-Mark Fruit, and Hody Jones, the leader of the New Fishman Pirates, join forces to start the complete destruction of Fishman Island. Meanwhile, Luffy befriends the island's princess Shirahoshi. Luffy and most of the Straw Hats flee and eventually regroup with Jimbei. They learn that Jimbei released Arlong into the East Blue, and also learn of the island's history. In a flashback, the Sun Pirates, a pirate group led by Fisher Tiger which includes Jimbei and Arlong, become infamous. After discovering a enslaved girl named Koala, the pirates travel to her hometown. However, Tiger dies after being attacked by the Marines on a trap and refusing a blood treatment. Jimbei replaces Tiger as the Sun Pirates' captain and Arlong - frustrated with this action - decides to go his separate ways. After becoming a Warlord by the World Government, Jimbei disbands the pirates. In her attempt to help ban discrimination against fishmen and humans, Otohime is assassinated and has her three sons and her daughter protect the queen's ideals before her death.
64100,000 vs. 10
Jūman Bāsasu Jū (10万vs.10)
November 4, 2011[15]
ISBN 978-4-08-870301-5
September 4, 2012[16]
ISBN 978-1-42-154329-1
  1. "Thank You" (かたじけない, "Katajikenai")
  2. "Spring Cleaning" (大掃除, "Ōsōji")
  3. "Former Warlord in the Way" (立ち塞がる元七武海, "Tachifusagaru Moto Shichibukai")
  4. "Getting Violent" (暴れ出す, "Abaredasu")
  5. "Conchcorde Plaza" (ギョンコルド広場, "Gyonkorudo Hiroba")
  1. "I Knew" (知ってた, "Shitteta")
  2. "Friend or Foe" (敵か味方か, "Teki ka Mikata ka")
  3. "100,000 vs. 10" (10万vs.10, "Jūman Bāsasu Jū")
  4. "So Scary I Ran Up to the Sky" (空を飛ぶ程悍ましい, "Sora o Tobu Hodo Ozamashii")
  5. "General from Future Land" (未来国からきた将軍, "Miraikoku kara Kita Shōgun")
In the present, Nami forgives Jimbei for his actions and reveals that she only resents Arlong of all the fishmen. Everyone panics as Hody announces to Fishman island via Transponder Snail the coup d'etat to take over the kingdom and his intention to kill the Straw Hat Pirates for defeating Arlong. Luffy decides to go rescue the rest of his crew, but Jimbei conceives a plan. Jimbei, Shirahoshi and Megalo rush to the palace and it is revealed to Jimbei that Hody was responsible for assassinating Otohime. Using Nami's Mirage Tempo technique, the Straw Hat Pirates appear before the people of Fishman Island, and the Fishman Pirates' prisoners are freed. They then reveal that they have the Celestial Dragon's letter and Otohime's petition. In the ensuing fight with Hody, Luffy and the Straw Hats take out most of Hody's men. However, in a desperate attempt to destroy the island, Vander Decken IX uses his devil fruit powers to hurl Noah, an ancient ship, in an effort to destroy everything around it.
65To Zero
Zero ni (ゼロに)
February 3, 2012[17]
ISBN 978-4-08-870367-1
November 6, 2012[18]
ISBN 978-1-42-154979-8
  1. "The Ancient Ark" (古の方舟, "Inishie no Hakobune")
  2. "Runaway-hoshi" (にげほし, "Nigehoshi")
  3. "I'll Protect Everything" (全部守る, "Zenbu Mamoru")
  4. "Right Above Fishman Island" (魚人島直上, "Gyojintō Chokujō")
  5. "What Are You?" (お前は何だ, "Omae wa Nan da")
  1. "Complete Loss of Face" (面目など丸潰れ, "Menmoku nado Marutsubure")
  2. "Phantom" (ファントム, "Fantomu")
  3. "To Zero" (ゼロに, "Zero ni")
  4. "Death Is Also Revenge" (死もまた復讐, "Shi mo Mata Fukushū")
  5. "Frog" (カエル, "Kaeru")
As the Straw Hats fight the New Fishman Pirates' leaders, Luffy stops Shirahoshi from sacrificing herself and flies up to the Noah with her and Fukaboshi. Hody betrays Vander Decken and defeats him before challenging Luffy. As Luffy fights with Hody, Decken falls unconscious, consequently destroying the bubble. As everyone in Fishman Island is evacuating, Fukaboshi reveals to Luffy that Hody was created from the resentment against humans. Encouraged by Fukaboshi, Luffy proceeds to fight with Hody as the Ammo Knights launch a bubble to cover the Noah again, Luffy defeats Hody and attempts to destroy the ship to save the island. Meanwhile, the rest of the Straw Hats defeat Hody's officers.
66The Road Towards the Sun
Taiyō e to Tsuzuku Michi (タイヨウへと続く道)
May 2, 2012[19]
ISBN 978-4-08-870416-6
March 5, 2013
ISBN 978-1-42-155237-8
  1. "Stop, Noah" (止まれノア, "Tomare Noa")
  2. "The Road Towards the Sun" (タイヨウへと続く道, "Taiyō e to Tsuzuku Michi")
  3. "Dancing of Breams and Plaices" (タイやヒラメの舞い踊り, "Tai ya Hirame no Maiodori")
  4. "Two Changes to Keep in Mind" (知っておくべき2つの変化, "Shitteokubeki Futatsu no Henka")
  5. "The Voice From the New World" (新世界からの声, "Shinsekai Kara no Koe")
  1. "A Premonition of Stormy Seas" (前途多難の予感, "Zento Tanan no Yokan")
  2. "The Hero Hat" (ヒーローの帽子, "Hīrō no Bōshi")
  3. "A Gam of Whales" (GAM(小群), "Gamu (Shōgun)")
  4. "Punk Hazard" (パンクハザード, "Panku Hazādo")
  5. "Adventure on the Burning Island" (燃える島の冒険, "Moeru Shima no Bōken")
After Shirahoshi stops Luffy from destroying Noah, Jimbei gives his blood to a dying Luffy and tells the citizens that the law on Fishman Island is a farce. As Luffy recovers, Hody, Decken and the New Fishman Pirates are sent to jail and all charges against the Straw Hat Pirates are dropped. The Straw Hats and the island's citizens to celebrate their victory. Caribou steals the kingdom's treasure, however, but Luffy, Zoro and Sanji chase him and take it back. Luffy intercepts a call from Big Mom, one of the Four Emperors, to her henchmen and tells her that he ate the candy originally for her, and challenges Big Mom to a fight before giving the treasure to Big Mom in place of the candy to Nami's dismay. Shirahoshi makes the Straw Hats promise to see her again before the Straw Hats and the fishmen go their separate ways. Using a group of whales, Luffy and the others finally reach the New World. Over the Transponder Snail, a man asks for help before he is attacked. Reaching the burning island Punk Hazard, the Straw Hats go their separate ways to visit the island.
67Cool FightAugust 3, 2012[20]
ISBN 978-4-08-870476-0
June 4, 2013
ISBN 978-1-42-155371-9
  1. "Severed Head" (生首, "Namakubi")
  2. "The Biscuits Room" (ビスケットルーム, "Bisuketto Rūmu")
  3. "About My Torso" (胴体の話, "Dōtai no Hanashi")
  4. "Trafalgar Law, Warlord of the Sea" (〝王下七武海〟トラファルガー・ロー, "'Ōka Shichibukai' Torafarugā Rō)
  5. "Lakeside Bandits" (追い剥ぎの出る湖, "Oihagi no Deru Mizūmi")
  1. "Warlord Law vs. Vice Admiral Smoker" (七武海ローVS.スモーカー中将, "Shichibukai Rō Bāsasu Sumōkā Chūjō")
  2. "CC"
  3. "Master Caesar Clown" (M・シーザー・クラウン, "Masutā Shīzā Kuraun")
  4. "Candy"
  5. "Yeti Cool Brothers" (イエティ COOL BROTHERS, "Ieti Kūru Burazāzu")
  6. "Cool Fight"
While Luffy, Zoro, Robin and Usopp visit Punk Hazard, Franky, Sanji, Nami and Chopper discover a living head belonging to a samurai named Kin'emon who is searching for his son Momonosuke. The four escape into a children's room called the Biscuits Room and attempt to release the giant children imprisoned there. Brook, meanwhile, discovers the samurai's torso. A group of naval officers, led by Smoker and Tashigi, arrive at the island as Luffy and the others confront a group of creatures along the way. Meanwhile, Smoker and Tashigi are confronted by Trafalgar Law, who has become a Warlord. Law swaps the hearts of Franky, Sanji, Nami and Chopper while Luffy and the others are rescued by Brownbeard, a pirate living on the island. Luffy meets Law once again, just before the Warlord swaps Tashigi and Smoker's hearts. Luffy and the others learn about the history of Punk Hazard: once the experiment facility of Dr. Vegapunk, the government scientist involved in one of his failed experiments, sealed off the island and fled.
68Pirate Alliance
Kaizoku Dōmei (海賊同盟)
November 2, 2012[21]
ISBN 978-4-08-870531-6
September 3, 2013
ISBN 978-1-42-155881-3
  1. "Pirate Alliance" (海賊同盟, "Kaizoku Dōmei")
  2. "Commence Operation" (作戦開始, "Sakusen Kaishi")
  3. "Blizzard With a Chance of Slime" (吹雪ときどきSlime, "Fubuki Tokidoki Suraimu")
  4. "Gas-Gas Fruit" (ガスガスの実, "Gasu Gasu no Mi")
  5. "My Name is Kin'emon!!" (拙者!!名を錦えもんと申す!!, "Sessha!! Na o Kin'emon to Mōsu!!")
  6. "Vergo and Joker" (ヴェルゴとジョーカー, "Verugo to Jōkā")
  1. "The Observers" (傍観者達, "Bōkansha-tachi")
  2. "I Call it Land of the Dead" (その名も「シノクニ」, "Sono Na mo 'Shinokuni'")
  3. "The Perfect Weapon of Mass Murder" (完全なる殺戮兵器, "Kanzen naru Satsuriku Heiki")
  4. "Counter Hazard!!"
  5. "Lobby of Laboratory Building A" (研究所内A棟ロビー, "Kenkyūjo-nai Ē-Tō Robī")
March 4, 2013[22]
ISBN 978-4-08-870614-6
December 3, 2013
ISBN 978-1-42-156143-1
  1. "The G-5 Spirit" (心意気G-5, "Kokoroiki Jī-Faibu")
  2. "G-5 Commander Vergo the Bamboo Demon" (海軍G-5基地長〝鬼竹のヴェルゴ〟, "Kaigun Jī-Faibu Kichichō 'Kichiku no Verugo'")
  3. "Luffy vs. Master" (ルフィvs.M, "Rufi Bāsasu Masutā")
  4. "Puppet Master" (黒幕, "Kuromaku")
  5. "An Icy Woman" (氷の様な女, "Kōri no Yō na Onna")
  6. "Don't Do It, Vegapunk" (やめるんだベガパンク, "Yamerun da Begapanku")
  1. "My Name is Momonosuke" (モモの助、せっしゃの名にござる!!, "Momonosuke, Sessha no Na ni gozaru!!")
  2. "The Snow-Woman in the Biscuits Room" (ビスケットルームの雪女, "Bisuketto Rūmu no Yuki Onna")
  3. "Wild Beast" (猛獣, "Mōjū")
  4. "Mocha" (モチャ)
  5. "The Island That's There but Isn't There" (ない様である島, "Nai Yō de Aru Shima")
  6. "S.A.D." (SAD)
70Doflamingo Appears
Dofuramingo Arawaru (ドフラミンゴ現る)
June 4, 2013[23]
ISBN 978-4-08-870660-3
March 4, 2014
ISBN 978-1-4215-6460-9
  1. "King of the Land of the Dead" (死の国の王, "Shi no Kuni no Ō")
  2. "Assassins from Dressrosa" (ドレスローザから来た刺客, "Doresurōza kara Kita Shikaku")
  3. "Die for Me" (死んでくれ, "Shindekure")
  4. "The Most Dangerous Man" (最も危険な男, "Mottomo Kiken na Otoko")
  5. "Leave It to Us!!!" (任せろ!!!, "Makasero!!!")
  1. "Mutual Interests" (利害の一致, "Rigai no Itchi")
  2. "Deal" (取り引き, "Torihiki")
  3. "Doflamingo Appears" (ドフラミンゴ現る, "Dofuramingo Arawaru")
  4. "Morning Paper" (朝刊, "Chōkan")
  5. "His Pace" (奴のペース, "Yatsu no Pēsu")
71Coliseum of Scoundrels
Kusemono-tachi no Koroshiamu (曲者達のコロシアム)
August 2, 2013[24]
ISBN 978-4-08-870781-5
June 3, 2014[25]
ISBN 978-1421569451
  1. "Adventure in the Country of Love, Passion, and Toys" (愛と情熱とオモチャの国の冒険, "Ai to Jōnetsu to Omocha no Kuni no Bōken")
  2. "Corrida Coliseum" (コリーダコロシアム, "Korīda Koroshiamu")
  3. "Waiting Room" (控室, "Hikaeshitsu")
  4. "Lucy and the Statue of Kyros" (ルーシーとキュロスの像, "Rūshī to Kyurosu no Zō")
  5. "Maynard the Pursuer" (追撃のメイナード, "Tsuigeki no Meinādo")
  1. "I Ain't Gonna Laugh at Ya" (お前を笑わない, "Omae o Warawanai")
  2. "Block B" (Bブロック, "Bī Burokku")
  3. "Coliseum of Scoundrels" (曲者達のコロシアム, "Kusemono-tachi no Koroshiamu")
  4. "King Punch!!" (キング・パンチ!!, "Kingu Panchi!!")
  5. "To Greenbit" (グリーンビットへ, "Gurīnbitto e")
  6. "Adventure in the Land of the Little People" (小人の国の冒険, "Kobito no Kuni no Bōken")
72Dressrosa's Forgotten
Doresurōza no Wasuremono (ドレスローザの忘れ物)
November 1, 2013[26]
ISBN 978-4-08-870833-1
September 2, 2014[27]
ISBN 978-1421573441
  1. "Violet" (ヴァイオレット, "Vaioretto")
  2. "Usoland" (ウソランド, "Usorando")
  3. "Lucy and Moocy" (ルーシーとウーシー, "Rūshī to Ūshī")
  4. "The Battleground of Block C" (激戦区Cブロック, "Gekisenku Shī Burokku")
  5. "Don Chin Jao" (首領・チンジャオ)
  1. "Dressrosa's Forgotten" (ドレスローザの忘れ物, "Doresurōza no Wasuremono")
  2. "Riku Royal Army at the Flower Field" (お花畑のリク王軍, "Ohanabatake no Riku Ōgun")
  3. "Open, Chin Jao" (開けチンジャオ, "Hirake Chinjao")
  4. "Prisoner-Gladiators" (囚人剣闘士, "Shūjin Kentōshi")
  5. "Rebecca and the Soldier" (レベッカと兵隊さん, "Rebekka to Heitai-san")
73Operation Dressrosa S.O.P.
Doresurōza Esu Ō Pī Sakusen (ドレスローザSOP作戦)
March 4, 2014[28]
ISBN 978-4-08-880022-6
January 6, 2015[29]
ISBN 978-1421576831
  1. "Royal Bloodlines" (王族の血統, "Ōzoku no Kettō")
  2. "Change of Plans" (変更作戦, "Henkō Sakusen")
  3. "Law's Plan" (ローの作戦, "Rō no Sakusen")
  4. "The Undefeated Woman" (無敗の女, "Muhai no Onna")
  5. "The Riku Family" (リク一族, "Riku Ichizoku")
  6. "The Hero's Ambush" (待ち伏せるヒーロー, "Machibuseru Hīrō")
  1. "The Number of Tragedies" (悲劇の数, "Higeki no Kazu")
  2. "Warlord Doflamingo vs. Warlord Law" (七武海ドフラミンゴVS七武海ロー, "Shichibukai Dofuramingo Bāsasu Shichibukai Rō")
  3. "Three Cards" (3枚のカード, "Sanmai no Kādo")
  4. "Operation Dressrosa S.O.P." (ドレスローザSOP作戦, "Doresurōza Esu Ō Pī Sakusen")
74Ever At Your Side
Itsudemo Kimi no Soba ni Iru (いつでもキミのそばにいる)
June 4, 2014[30]
ISBN 978-4-08-880069-1
April 7, 2015[31]
ISBN 978-1421578675
  1. "An Underground World" (地下の世界, "Chika no Sekai")
  2. "What The Soldier Wants" (兵隊さんの欲しいもの, "Heitai-san no Hoshī Mono")
  3. "The Slicing Winds of Rommel" (ロンメルのカマイタチ, "Ronmeru no Kamaitachi")
  4. "Fujitora's Plan" (藤虎の思惑, "Fujitora no Omowaku")
  5. "Supreme Officer Diamante" (最高幹部ディアマンテ, "Saikō Kanbu Diamante")
  6. "Officer Tower" (幹部塔, "Kanbu Tō")
  1. "Trebol Army, Special Officer Sugar" (トレーボル軍 特別幹部シュガー, "Torēboru Gun - Tokubetsu Kanbu Shugā")
  2. "Captain" (隊長, "Taichō")
  3. "It's in Your Hands!!!" (頼む!!!, "Tanomu!!!")
  4. "Usoland the Liar" (うそつきウソランド, "Usotsuki Usorando")
  5. "Ever At Your Side" (いつでもキミのそばにいる, "Itsudemo Kimi no Soba ni Iru")
75Repaying the Debt
Ore no Ongaeshi (おれの恩返し)
September 4, 2014[32]
ISBN 978-4-08-880171-1
August 4, 2015[33]
ISBN 978-1421580296
  1. "Dressrosa Trembles" (激震のドレスローザ, "Gekishin no Doresurōza")
  2. "Revolutionary Army Chief of Staff" (革命軍参謀総長, "Kakumeigun Sanbō Sōchō")
  3. "The Birdcage" (鳥カゴ, "Torikago")
  4. "Stars" (, "Hoshi")
  5. "Supreme Officer Pica" (最高幹部ピーカ, "Saikō Kanbu Pīka")
  1. "Repaying the Debt" (おれの恩返し, "Ore no Ongaeshi")
  2. "Onward, Gallery of Rogues!!" (すすめ!! 曲者軍団, "Susume!! Kusemono Gundan")
  3. "Flashpoints" (戦局, "Senkyoku")
  4. "Sabo vs. Admiral Fujitora" (サボVS大将藤虎, "Sabo Bāsasu Taishō Fujitora")
  5. "Palm" (, "Tenohira")
76Just Keep Going
Kamawazu Susume (構わず進め)
December 27, 2014[34]
ISBN 978-4-08-880219-0
November 3, 2015[35]
ISBN 978-1421582603
  1. "Battle" (, "Ikusa")
  2. "Making Acquaintance " (お見知り置きを, "Omishirioki o")
  3. "A Man's World" (男の世界, "Otoko no Sekai")
  4. "The Fourth Step" (4段目, "Yondanme")
  5. "Trump Card" (切り札, "Kirifuda")
  6. "Just Keep Going" (構わず進め, "Kamawazu Susume")
  1. "Secret Plan" (秘策, "Hisaku")
  2. "The Same Bet" (同じ賭け, "Onaji Kake")
  3. "The Op-Op Fruit" (オペオペの実, "Ope Ope no Mi")
  4. "The White Town" (白い町, "Shiroi Machi")
  5. "Declaration of Humanity" (人間宣言, "Ningen Sengen")
Sumairu (スマイル)
April 3, 2015[36]
ISBN 978-4-08-880326-5
February 2, 2016[37]
ISBN 978-1421585147
  1. "White Monster" (ホワイトモンスター, "Howaito Monsutā")
  2. "Minion, the Isle of Fate" (運命の島ミニオン, "Unmei no Shima Minion")
  3. "Smile" (スマイル, "Sumairu")
  4. "Cora" (コラさん, "Kora-san")
  5. "The Trigger That Day" (あの日の引鉄, "Ano Hi no Hikigane")
  6. "Bellamy the Pirate" (海賊ベラミー, "Kaizoku Beramī")
  7. "The Spear of Elbaph" (エルバフの槍, "Erubafu no Yari")
  1. "Sai, Don of the Happosui Army" (八宝水軍首領・サイ, "Happō Suigun Don: Sai")
  2. "Cabbage and Lomeo" (キャベツとロメオ, "Kyabetsu to Romeo")
  3. "Half 'n Half" (ハーフ&ハーフ, "Hāfu ando Hāfu")
  4. "Leo, Captain of the Tontatta Warriors" (トンタッタ族戦士長レオ, "Tontatta-zoku Senshichō Reo")
  5. "To Russian With Love" (ルシアンに愛を込めて, "Rushian ni Ai o Komete")
78Champion of Evil
Aku no Karisuma (悪のカリスマ)
July 3, 2015[38]
ISBN 978-4-08-880422-4
May 3, 2016[39]
ISBN 978-1421585840
  1. "The Hero of the Coliseum" (コロシアムの英雄, "Koroshiamu no Eiyū")
  2. "Zoro vs. Pica" (ゾロVSピーカ, "Zoro Bāsasu Pīka")
  3. "Tactics No. 5"
  4. "His Final Battle" (最期のケンカ, "Saigo no Kenka")
  5. "The Heart Curse" (ハートの呪縛, "Hāto no Jubaku")
  1. "Desire" (本懐, "Honkai")
  2. "Champion of Evil" (悪のカリスマ, "Aku no Karisuma")
  3. "In My Way" (邪魔だ, "Jama da")
  4. "Gear Four" (ギア4, "Gia Fōsu")
  5. "On Broken Legs" (足が折れても, "Ashi ga Oretemo")
79LUCY!!October 3, 2015[40]
ISBN 978-4-08-880496-5
August 2, 2016[41]
ISBN 978-1-42-158815-5
  1. "Gyats" (ギャッツ, "Gyattsu")
  2. "Four Minutes Before" (4分前, "Yonpun Mae")
  3. "My Battle" (私の戦い, "Watashi no Tatakai")
  4. "LUCY!!"
  5. "Heaven and Earth" (天と地, "Ten to Chi")
  1. "Rubble" (ガレキ, "Gareki")
  2. "On Hands and Knees" (土下座, "Dogeza")
  3. "Tiger and Dog" (虎と犬, "Tora to Inu")
  4. "Sabo's Adventure" (サボの冒険, "Sabo no Bōken")
  5. "Suicide" (自殺, "Jisatsu")
80Opening Speech
Kaimaku Sengen (開幕宣言)
December 28, 2015[42]
ISBN 978-4-08-880578-8
November 1, 2016[43]
ISBN 978-1-42-159024-0
  1. "Soldier's Conviction" (兵隊さんの決意, "Heitai-san no Ketsui")
  2. "Rebecca" (レベッカ, "Rebekka")
  3. "Heart" (ハート, "Hāto")
  4. "Father and Sons" (親と子, "Oya to Ko")
  5. "Sons' Cups" (子分盃, "Kobun Sakazuki")
  6. "Opening Speech" (開幕宣言, "Kaimaku Sengen")
  1. "Zou" (ゾウ, "Zō")
  2. "Elephant Climbing" (登象, "Tozō")
  3. "Adventure in the Land Atop the Elephant's Back" (象の背の国の冒険, "Zō no Se no Kuni no Bōken")
  4. "The Minks" (ミンク族, "Minku-zoku")
  5. "At Rightflank Fortress" (右腹の砦にて, "Ubara no Toride nite")


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