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One Piece Vol. 64: 100,000 vs. 10

One Piece Volume 64

100,000 vs. 10
With their queen dead, the people of Fish-Man Island carry on her will and hope to one day achieve her dream. But Hody Jones and the New Fish-Man pirates have other ideas, including ruling the kingdom themselves. The fate of Fish-Man Island will rest on Luffy’s shoulders, but will he destroy it instead?
Eiichiro Oda
207 Pages
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You've read Volume 64. Now check out Volume 65!

One Piece Vol. 65: To Nothing

To Nothing

One Piece Vol. 65

The Straw Hat crew are the only ones standing in the way of the New Fish-Man pirates taking complete control over Fish-Man Island. And when Hody puts his diabolical plan into action, only Luffy can stop him. Luffy may have become much more powerful thanks to his training, but how can he hope to defeat a Fish-Man at the bottom of the ocean?!
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