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One Piece Volume 13: Hang in There!! - The Saga from Whiskey Peak to Little Garden

Volume 13 immerses Luffy's crew in the Baroque Works intrigue, revealing unexpected betrayals and alliances.

  • Part of the Manga Shōnen One Piece saga
  • Classic Glénat Collection
  • Volume 13 out of 105
  • Released in France on October 15, 2002
  • 192 pages of twists
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Specifications
SKU
ON_13
EAN 9782723492584
Authors Eiichirō Oda
Publisher Glenat
Weight 145 g
Release date apan April 28, 2000 | France October 15, 2002
Volume 13
Number of pages 192
Format 11.5 x 18.0 x 1.6 cm
Shipped From France
Description

Description - One Piece Volume 13: Hang in There!! - The Saga from Whiskey Peak to Little Garden

The thirteenth volume of One Piece, Hold On!!, focuses on the tumultuous events unfolding in Whiskey Peak and the repercussions that follow. Despite the power of the Baroque Works agents, Zoro demonstrates his superiority. However, everything changes with the arrival of Mr. 5 and Miss Valentine, determined to eliminate Alabasta's spies who have discovered the identity of the Baroque Works leader. These spies are none other than Mr. 8 and Miss Wednesday, secretly Igaram and Vivi, respectively the chief of the royal guard and the princess of Alabasta. Tensions rise when Luffy is convinced that Zoro caused havoc due to culinary discontent. As an epic duel ensues, they learn of the sinister plan of Crocodile, one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea, for Alabasta. The situation becomes even more complicated on Little Garden Island, where they encounter two giant warriors, Dorry and Brogy, engaged in a hundred-year duel. Between confrontations, betrayals, and quests, Luffy's crew navigates turbulent waters while firmly holding onto their convictions and friendship.

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