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One Piece Vol. 13: It's All Right!

One Piece Volume 13

It's All Right!
No sooner have Luffy and crew escaped the bounty hunters of Whisky Peak than they become the target of a sinister criminal outfit known as Baroque Works. But the Straw Hat pirates have bigger worries, now that they've agreed to protect a very important person in return for untold riches.
Eiichiro Oda
183 Pages
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One Piece Vol. 14: Instinct

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Someone has given Dorry the Giant exploding ale and he's not happy! Assuming it was Luffy and crew, he launches an all-out attack and is soundly defeated by the rubbery power of the Gum-Gum Rocket! But a mystery is afoot--if Luffy didn't slip the giant the exploding brew, just who did?
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