Volume 70 is titled "Doflamingo Appears".
Cover and Volume Illustration[edit | edit source]
The colored cover uses a dandelion-colored background, and the title logo is black, brown, and pastel orange. The author's name is written in black.
On the front, Luffy, Law, Usopp, Nami, and Franky (in his Franky Shogun) stand alongside Baby 5 and Buffalo. In the background, Doflamingo's face is on the right, and the newspaper revealing Hawkins', Kid's, and Apoo's alliance is on the left. Pieces of the newspaper are coming off and floating toward the top.
On the spine, Nami and Franky Shogun are featured, and the skull on the spine is colored pastel green.
For the volume illustration on page 3, Luffy angrily throws a punch towards the reader and Law stands behind with a wary look and his sword out. There are lines in the background to depict movement.
Author's Notes[edit | edit source]
Chapters[edit | edit source]
- 691. The King of the Land of Death (死の国の王 Shi no Kuni no Ō?): Shinokuni enters the facility, and Caesar merges with it. Luffy then rushes at him and prepares to attack.
- 692. The Assassins from Dressrosa (ドレスローザから来た刺客 Doresurōza kara Kita Shikaku?): Luffy defeats Caesar, and Baby 5 and Buffalo arrive to retrieve him.
- 693. Die for Me (死んでくれ Shinde kure?): Franky attacks Baby 5 and Buffalo with the Franky Shogun, while Caesar prepares to stab Smoker's heart. Monet receives orders from Doflamingo to activate a weapon which will kill everyone except Caesar, including her.
- 694. The Most Dangerous Man (最も危険な男 Mottomo Kiken na Otoko?): The heart Caesar stabs is actually Monet's, preventing her from destroying the island. As the Straw Hats and Marines escape the facility, Doflamingo decides to go to Punk Hazard himself.
- 695. Leave It to Me!!! (任せろ!!! Makasero!!!?): The Straw Hats and Marines escape the facility, and Baby 5 and Buffalo attempt to retreat with Caesar. However, they are defeated by Usopp and Nami.
- 696. Community of Interests (利害の一致 Rigai no Itchi?): Kin'emon is revealed to be alive as the Straw Hats and Marines have a party and get ready to leave. Law reveals that he and Luffy intend to take down Kaido.
- 697. Deal (取り引き Torihiki?): The Straw Hats and the Marines part ways as more of Law's plan is revealed. Law contacts Doflamingo, stating Doflamingo had to quit the Shichibukai if he wanted to regain Caesar and avoid Kaido's wrath.
- 698. Doflamingo Appears (ドフラミンゴ現る Dofuramingo Arawaru?): Law reveals the plan to weaken Kaido by destroying the SMILE Factory on Dressrosa, and Kin'emon wants to rescue a comrade there. Doflamingo arrives at Punk Hazard and easily defeats Smoker, but is stopped from killing him by Kuzan.
- 699. Morning Paper (朝刊 Chōkan?): Doflamingo and Kuzan battle, and Doflamingo soon leaves Punk Hazard. The next morning, Law finds out that Doflamingo quit the Shichibukai and that Eustass Kid, Basil Hawkins, and Scratchmen Apoo have formed an alliance.
- 700. His Own Pace (奴のペース Yatsu no Pēsu?): Law and Doflamingo arrange Caesar's exchange, and Kin'emon reveals how his samurai friend, Kanjuro, was captured. The Straw Hat Pirates and Law reach Dressrosa, unaware that Doflamingo has possession of the Mera Mera no Mi.
SBS Notes[edit | edit source]
Number of fan-drawn SBS Headers featured: 6
- Oda reveals the story of twins Andre and Candre, who were featured again in several later SBSes.
- Oda draws Whitebeard, Marco, Jozu, Vista, and Izo as children.
- The penguin that accompanies Kuzan is named Camel and has accompanied Kuzan since he left the Marines.
Usopp Gallery Pirates[edit | edit source]
- Located on pages 204-209.
- Total number of submissions featured: 32 (+1 UGP Header and 2 mailing address posters)
Grand Prize: Fujimoto, Takahisa [藤本孝久] (Nara, Japan)
Volume Changes[edit | edit source]
|Magazine Version||Volume Version||Explanation|
|Chapter 695, page 1.|
Correction: Changed the symbol on Caribou's coat to be consistent with later chapters.
|Chapter 698, page 14.|
Correction: Fixed the scar on Zoro's chest.
|Chapter 699, page 1-2.|
Correction: Added Zoro's eye scar.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- On the back inside cover of this volume, you can find pandaman. This is the finale of an easter egg series that has been continued on the alternate back covers of each volume since Volume 25.
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