One Piece, Volume 07: The Crap-Geezer

One Piece, Volume 07: The Crap-Geezer

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...

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Title:One Piece, Volume 07: The Crap-Geezer
Author:Eiichiro Oda
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Edition Language:English

One Piece, Volume 07: The Crap-Geezer Reviews

  • Krista Ivy

    We learn Sanji's backstory, which is my favorite along with Luffy's and Zolo's.

    Captain Don Krieg's first mate doesn't want to kill Luffy and so, he is cast out. Nobility among thieves indeed. More fighting ensues, but this one is more of a thinker than a fighter when it comes to this series. I appreciate every few books have only 2 or 3 fights in it. Breath of fresh air.

  • Χαρά Ζ.

    Sanji's backstory is epic. And it also has a certain detail that's different from the anime ❤

    Sanji's backstory is epic. And it also has a certain detail that's different from the anime ❤️

  • Divya

    I absolutely loved Sanji's and Zeff's backstory. It is very different from the whole sequence I've been reading so far and it is an absolutely refreshing change. Simply cannot wait to see what transpires further.

  • Kinsey

    The fight continues. ... and excuse me but I have a very clear memory of Zeff cutting his leg off because it gets stuck while he's trying to save Sanji. Now I learn he cut if off to eat so that Sanji wouldn't starve!?!? Oda....

    Ugh the Invisible Pearl character is boring and pathetic. I legit could do without him. Can't even say who really defeated him because it was a little bit of everyone. Luffy, Sanji and Gin.

    Gin totally has Sanji beat, but Sanji won out because of their honor.

  • Jeanine Carstairs

    One of my favorite parts! Sanji's background story!

    About Zeff:

  • Koichi Mashita

    I was so moved even by this volume. Finally cook group began to fight against pirates. They are protagonist. Sanji's background became clear. Zeff is respected by him because he is a benefactor of Sanji's life. The reason why his leg lost became clear. I was so surprised that Sanji used only legs when he fought against enemy. Gin is very kind person, but he is in bad pirates. Let's check him out.

  • Thelma

    This one is very centered around Sanji. We learn about his fighting style and his past. It's nice and you can see how once again Luffy found someone who has a big dream to recruit in his crew. I love how they all have their own motivation. And their paths are going in the same direction so it's only logical to make their way there together, right?

  • Christopher

    <-- Right to left

    This entire thing is fighting the pirate admiral dude from last volume over this floating restaurant on the ocean. And it doesn't get resolved.... this is some Dragonball-Z mess right here. Still really fun.

    We also get Sanji's backstory, which is interesting.

  • BumfuzzledNerd

    I'M CRYING

  • Ashley

    continued the Baratie arc and gives us some major insight into the past that holds Sanji and Chef Zeff together, as well as continues the battle between the cooks and he Krieg Pirates. Let’s break it down.

    is one of the largest focuses in this volume as we get the story of when he and Zeff met as a boy - Sanji an apprentice Cook with a big dream and Zeff the captain of a pirate crew. Sanji’s attitude underwent major adjusts from when he was a child to

    continued the Baratie arc and gives us some major insight into the past that holds Sanji and Chef Zeff together, as well as continues the battle between the cooks and he Krieg Pirates. Let’s break it down.

    is one of the largest focuses in this volume as we get the story of when he and Zeff met as a boy - Sanji an apprentice Cook with a big dream and Zeff the captain of a pirate crew. Sanji’s attitude underwent major adjusts from when he was a child to the Sanji we know now. Young Sanji has a bad attitude and a big mouth, and while Sanji May still have some of that attitude, he’s better at keeping it in check. The story between him and Zeff was touching, but somehow I expected more.

    is pretty much the opposite of Kuro. He doesn’t really have any big ambitions. He’s just a bully who loves pushing people around, which is shown very well in how Krieg handles ordering his crew. I’d say the biggest thing about Krieg is that he’s a cheat and uses cheap tricks to win. It’s not exactly honorable, but he’s not big on honor and mercy anyway.

    is a character that I’m not sure what to think about. He’s certainly pretty bad ass and I like that the weapons he uses - I believe they’re called tonfa? Unlike Krieg, he does have some sense of Honor, even though it’s buried pretty deep. I do like his hesitance to hurt Sanji. It makes Gin seem much more human and relatable.

    while he has an interesting design and powers, he was a pretty bland and useless characters. Though his freaking out over blood was very humorous.

    Overall, this volume was good but not great. So I give it 3 stars out of 5.

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