Color Walk 2
Table of contents
The complete cover
One Piece Color Walk 2 is the second manga artbook for One Piece. It contains 110 pages of colored images from volumes 12-19, listed in their chronological order from 1999 – 2001 (chapters 100 – 175). Of these, 12 are color spreads (chapters 100, 107, 111, 117, 128, 133, 140, 147, 152, 156, 160, and 175). Additionally, 8 pages of the manga and several covers have been colored, there are some sketches of One Piece as well as early concepts of the characters. As a bonus, there is also a postcard with the cover of the artbook as a motif.
The cover shows the Straw Hats brushing their teeth on a coast. Luffy, however, is eating a plug fish instead, which causes Nami to slap him. Robin is on the cover as a crew member, although she was not yet a member of the Straw Hats and only appears once in the volume (as an enemy). The back cover features the Going Merry as well as various camping paraphernalia and a bird in a top hat.
Page 1-7 is the introduction, consisting of some pictures, a table of contents with Dragon in Loguetown from Chapter 100 in color, and a map of the first part of the Grand Line.
Page 8-93 covers the manga from the Arlong Park Arc through Loguetown Arc, Whisky Peak Arc, Little Garden Arc, and Drum Arc to the Arabasta Arc by showing up all the color spreads, each followed by a monochrome page with a thumbnail of the same, a brief explanation of the color spread, and a straw hat. In between are the various covers of different chapters, also colored. Additionally, some pages from the manga have been completely colorized.
Page 56-59 are several black and white concept sketches for the characters from One Piece called Imagination.
Pages 94-100 are called Early Days and feature in color several early designs of characters that did not make it into the manga in this form.
Page 101-105 is called Monochrome Talk and features an interview by Eiichiro Oda with Fujiko Fujio Doraemon).
Page 106-107 is the Index, which once again features an excerpt from each page.
Page 108 contains no pictures, but a conclusion and a short biography of Oda.
Page 109-110 contains a postcard as a bonus, the cover of the artbook as a motif.