One Piece Color Walk Compendium: New World to Wano Review


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Normally, I would review either Manga (Usually in the Shonen Genre) or Comic Books. But today’s review is special. The newest review takes us on a visual journey with Luffy and the Straw Hats in the Art Book titled One Piece Color Walk Compendium: New World to Wano.

This Compendium collects Volumes 6,7, and 8, of the One Piece Color, Walk art books. It is packed with 300 pages filled with beautifully drawn illustrations. And it includes special interviews with Eiichiro Oda and other famous manga artists. It is certainly filled with wonder as the Straw Hats venture into a New World filled with beautiful, vibrant colors.

While we’re on the topic of artwork with beautiful vibrant colors, there are wonderful pencil sketches included in this compendium, which also included collaboration pieces. This volume follows Luffy’s departure from Amazon Lily, to their arrival in Wano.


In terms of publication, this book contains illustrations dating back to 2010, leading up to 2018. It is the perfect item to have for the One Piece fan in your life or for yourself. Each drawing helps fill the gaps for new or casual readers. One Piece Color Walk Compendium: New World to Wano is available now, where books are sold.

Final Grade:

Rating: 9.5 out of 10.

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