One Piece Volume 18 - Ace Takes the Stage by Eiichirō Oda

Volume 18 of One Piece immerses us in the Alabasta intrigue, where the crew makes surprising encounters and uncovers dark conspiracies.

  • Manga Shōnen by Eiichirō Oda
  • Integral part of the Classic Glénat Collection
  • 224 pages of adventure and action
  • Released in Japan in April 2001
  • Convenient Format: 11.5 x 18.0 x 1.8 cm
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EAN 9782723494748
Authors Eiichirō Oda
Publisher Glenat
Weight 180 g
Release date Japan April 4, 2001 | France November 12, 2003
Volume 18
Number of pages 224
Format 11.5 x 18.0 x 1.8 cm
Shipped From France

Description - One Piece Volume 18 - Ace Takes the Stage by Eiichirō Oda

Setting foot in Alabasta, Luffy and his crew prepare for new adventures. Luffy, true to himself, is quickly drawn to the nearest tavern, oblivious to the unexpected reunions that await him there. The situation in the kingdom rapidly escalates, with Mr. 0 and the mysterious Baroque Works organization plotting their sinister plan. Amid surprising powers of the transvestite, the encounter with Luffy's older brother, Ace, and unsettling truths about King Cobra and Dance Powder, the journey to Alabasta promises to be eventful. Faced with the threat of Crocodile and his henchmen, Luffy and his crew must act swiftly to protect Alabasta and its people. This volume skillfully combines action, humor, and emotion, offering a deep look into themes of betrayal, friendship, and power.

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