One Piece, Volume 04: The Black Cat Pirates

One Piece, Volume 04: The Black Cat Pirates

Captain Kuro of the Black Cat Pirates was the most feared evil genius on the high seas...until he vanished. Most people believe he's dead, but only his crew knows the truth: Captain Kuro has been laying low in a small seaside village, posing as a mild-mannered butler until the time for pillage is just right. Now that time has come, and the ruthless Black Cat Pirates are ab...

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Title:One Piece, Volume 04: The Black Cat Pirates
Author:Eiichiro Oda
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Edition Language:English

One Piece, Volume 04: The Black Cat Pirates Reviews

  • Sarah

    Not going to lie: if I were I pirate, I would join the Black Cat Pirates.

  • Sarah Valerie

    So exciting. Another cliffhanger ending, which I don't really mind if I'm being honest

  • Shane Reynolds

    The slow pacing that began in volume 3 is quickly remedied in volume 4! The story advances with humor and action as its central villain steps out to claim the spotlight. Oda does a great job showing us how truly different a villain like Kuro can be. His cunning tactics and ruthless blood lust is the polar opposite to the comedic and zany Buggy. He quickly shows us why he is a threat, to not only our heroes, but the other villains as well. The other stand out character is Usopp. Oda is able to ta

    The slow pacing that began in volume 3 is quickly remedied in volume 4! The story advances with humor and action as its central villain steps out to claim the spotlight. Oda does a great job showing us how truly different a villain like Kuro can be. His cunning tactics and ruthless blood lust is the polar opposite to the comedic and zany Buggy. He quickly shows us why he is a threat, to not only our heroes, but the other villains as well. The other stand out character is Usopp. Oda is able to take a trait like cowardice and somehow make it enjoyable through humor. And although Usopp is a big scaredy cat, when the time comes, his bravery peeks through and you get some great moments. The supporting cast do great as well with Kaya having great emotional moments and the Usopp Pirates bringing in a surprising yet refreshing loyalty.

    Luffy, as always, is a blast to follow. His interactions with Usopp can be some of the best. More of his personality and beliefs are further explained during a thrilling battle to protect a sleeping town. Zoro gets a fun fight with a couple of goofy villains who turn out to be more of a threat than youd imagine. Nami doesnt get to shine, due to her role sticking with stealing. (Her time is coming soon.) The last character is Django and his silly antics. Yet again, Oda delivers another fantastic villain who can be quirky like Buggy and dastardly like Kuro. He is a lot of fun to read.

    Overall volume 4 moves the pace of the Kuro arc to a "just right" speed. It delivers laughs, intrigue, suspense, and thrills. Eichiro Oda pushes our favorite heroes and villains into interesting positions and really nails the dilemma that results from these positions. The villain is great and the story is fantastic. Youll be ready to pick up volume 5!

  • Kinsey

    Luffy hypnotized!

    1. Zoro totally gets duped in this volume multiple times. First by Nami climbing over him on the oil hill and then the Meowban brothers stealing his swords.

    2. While Usopp has a lot of understated heroic moments. Covered in blood and taking on enemies. “Eat lead, cats!” lol. And telling his little crew member to take Kaya to safety. Oof.

    Enemies defeated: Zoro defeats Siam of the Meowban brothers.

  • Koichi Mashita

    Usop is a lier, but this time he said true. Kuro is not good man and he is a captain of Kuroneko pirates. Kuro's background shows us. I am so surprised I thought he is good man because he works Kaya's house as a steward, but it is a lie. Kuro is too strong and I am interested in his weapon like a big nail. Luffy and other mate will win against him or not.

  • Kaiva Koenig

    Surprisingly good twist to the age-old tropes of The Boy Who Cried Wolf and Romeo & Juliette. :-) Oda knows what he's doing. This was impossible to put down, a real page turner, and what strikes me the most is how the story makes you feel for all characters, even really minor side-characters. You really get the feeling that in this manga, every character has their own story (even though we might only get to see a glimpse of it), each character is sailing on their own journey through the sea.

    Surprisingly good twist to the age-old tropes of The Boy Who Cried Wolf and Romeo & Juliette. :-) Oda knows what he's doing. This was impossible to put down, a real page turner, and what strikes me the most is how the story makes you feel for all characters, even really minor side-characters. You really get the feeling that in this manga, every character has their own story (even though we might only get to see a glimpse of it), each character is sailing on their own journey through the sea.

    Also, although it initially starts out as a wacky story for kids, this manga has an unexpected grit to it. Characters die, and violent fight scenes happen. Together with a good pacing, this creates a lot of suspense and engagement in the story. You get the sense that anything can happen, to anyone. ;-) Nobody is safe.

  • Kota009

    A liar, Usopp appears in the story. I’m not sure but I get feeling that his lie will come true. It doesn’t have malicious. I hope his success in the straw hats.

  • Christopher

    Basically one long fight, as is pretty common so far in this series, as the group attempts to defend a girl who is being murdered for her fortune. There's a little bit of stupid for plot in here, but it's not too egregious.

    Once again, this has nothing to do with anything, and isn't part of the actual story, but is amazing.

  • Miss Ryoko

    I'm really enjoying this series! It's no wonder it's so popular and has been going on for decades. The characters are fun, the art is silly, and the story is creative and slightly goofy.

    I wish this series wasn't so long and wasn't STILL going on because I'm going to be bummed when I have to stop reading it next volume :-(

  • Mayuka Tsurusaki

    Many many antagonists showed up in this manga and they have “Katakana name”, so I can’t remember their names:-0........

    It’s a little difficult to remember the all names...

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