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Volume 67 is titled "COOL FIGHT".

Cover and Volume IllustrationEdit

Volume 67 Illustration

The illustration on page 3 of Volume 67.

The colored cover background fades from dark blue to purple to white with black stripes, and the title logo is peach and tan gold. The author's name is written in yellow orange.

On the front, Luffy is at the bottom. The four bodyswapped Straw Hats are on both sides of him, while the bodyswapped Smoker and Tashigi are above. To their right is Kin'emon's severed head while to their left is Monet, whose wing takes up a large portion of the left side.

On the spine, Smoker (in Tashigi's body) is featured.

For the volume illustration on page 3, Luffy grins and holds a bouquet of roses and miniature versions of the rest of the Straw Hats sit around the flowers.

Author's NotesEdit

Author's Notes
Volume 067 Intro Image

A "snooze". What the hell is "snooze"? Before I knew it, this weird little word had somehow permeated our society.

"Snooze".

The image that comes to mind when I hear the word devoid of context is something like this.(←) Now then, Volume 67 is starting!! Don't snooze on it!!

(Translator's note: Text on image speech bubble says "Try sprinkling some salt onto Volume 67, it'll get salty")

ChaptersEdit

  • 657. Severed Head (生首 Namakubi?): Luffy, Zoro, Usopp and Robin found out the other half of Punk Hazard is cold and mountainous. Meanwhile, Sanji, Franky, Chopper and Nami discovered a severed samurai's head and a room full of giant kids.
  • 658. Biscuits Room (ビスケットルーム Bisuketto Rūmu?): Sanji, Chopper, Nami, and Franky decide to rescue the kids and fight mysterious people in hazmat suits. Zoro, Usopp, and Robin talk to Brook, who has discovered a large building, and Luffy fights some centaurs.
  • 659. About My Torso (胴体の話 Dōtai no Hanashi?): Smoker and the Marines reach G-5, but unexpectedly confront Trafalgar Law, who is now a Shichibukai. The battle in the Biscuits Room continues, and Brook confronts the samurai's torso.
  • 660. Royal Shichibukai Trafalgar Law ("王下七武海"トラファルガー・ロー "Ōka Shichibukai" Torafarugā Rō?): Sanji's group frees the kids, but encounters Law and the Marines. However, Law prepares to fight Smoker.
  • 661. The Lake of Bandits (追剥の出る湖 Oihagi no Deru Mizuumi?): Luffy's group battles the centaurs in the winter half of the island. Law attacks the Marines, though he switches the hearts of Sanji's group.
  • 662. Shichibukai Law Vs. Vice Admiral Smoker (七武海ローVS.スモーカー中将 Shichibukai Rō Bāsasu Sumōkā Chūjō?): Luffy's group gets warm clothes from the Marines as Law defeats Smoker by removing his heart. Luffy's group then encounters Law.
  • 663. CC ( CC Shī-Shī?): Law defeats Tashigi and switches her heart with Smoker's. The Straw Hat Pirates reunite as Smoker reveals that the island is inhabited by the mad scientist Caesar Clown.
  • 664. Master Caesar Clown (M・シーザー・クラウン Masutā Shīzā Kuraun?): While the Marines try to determine the reason for the children's presence on the island, the Straw Hats examine Brownbeard and learn more about the history of Punk Hazard. Caesar Clown then uses one of the defeated centaurs as a test subject.
  • 665. CANDY (CANDY Kyandi?): The Straw Hats discover that the children are addicted to a drug and sedate them. Zoro, Brook, and Sanji then encounter the Yeti Cool Brothers.
  • 666. Yeti Cool Brothers (イエティ COOL BROTHERS Ieti Kūru Burazāzu?): The Straw Hats confront the Yeti Cool Brothers as Law meets with Caesar Clown and Monet. The Yeti Cool Brothers manage to capture Nami.
  • 667. COOL FIGHT (COOL FIGHT Kūru Faito?): Luffy and Franky go after the Yeti Cool Brothers, and Law arrives and defeats them. Law then asks Luffy to form an alliance to bring down one of the Yonko.

SBS NotesEdit

Main article: SBS Volume 67

Number of fan-drawn SBS Headers featured: 6

  • Oda reveals that Jinbe had several names that never made the cut for his plan to turn Luffy into the hero of Fishman Island.
  • The girl from the Fishman Island Arc flashback in chapter 644 is confirmed to be Shyarly.
  • A bit of Daidalos's past is revealed.
  • It is confirmed that Sanji did in fact add poison and razor blades to Zoro's lunch in chapter 655, just as promised.
  • Smoker states that he tore off Tashigi's bra while he was in her body.
  • Oda explains that he decided early on in the series to stop hand-writing his characters' extra lines outside of their speech bubbles in order to make the reader "forget about his existence" as an author while reading.
  • The Straw Hats' bathing schedule is revealed.

Usopp Gallery PiratesEdit

  • Located on pages 220-225.
  • Total number of submissions featured: 42 (+2 mailing address posters)
UGP Volume 067a
Page 220-221.
UGP Volume 067b
Page 222-223.
UGP Volume 067c
Page 224-225.

Grand Prize: Koyuki [小雪] (Fukuoka, Japan)

KEY CornerEdit

KEY Corner Header

"K(otoshi,) E(iga) Y(aruyo!!) Corner" (lit. "We're doing a movie this year!! segment") is located on pages 226-227. In this volume, the author, Oda Eiichiro, gives readers detailed introductions to 3 important Film Z crew members. These 3 are:

  • Masayuki Sato (AKA "Satomasa", the animation director for Film Z.)
  • Yasutaka Nakata (Composer of the opening theme for Film Z, "capsule".)
  • Osamu Suzuki (Script writer for Film Z.)
SBS67 KEY 1
Masayuki Sato
SBS67 KEY 2
Yasutaka Nakata
SBS67 KEY 3
Osamu Suzuki

The following 4 pages of the volume (pages 228-231) are occupied by Film Z promotional ads and posters.

Volume ExtrasEdit

  • Titled Coloring book segment [ぬり絵コーナー], a self-colorable version of the movie poster with the Straw Hats in their Film Z outfits is provided on page 200.

TriviaEdit

  • Volume 67 Inside Cover Back

    The alternate back cover.

    On the inside back cover of this volume, pandaman can be found flying off of the back of a stretched out version of the unnamed easter egg introduced on the alternate cover of Volume 52 (who's eyes are rolled to the back of its head). On the top right corner, another unnamed easteregg can be found. This is a continuation of an easter egg series that has been featured on the alternate back covers of volumes 25-70.


ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 One Piece Volume 67: (Japanese) Shueisha - VIZ Media

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