Art of Brook.
|First appearance||One Piece - Chapter 442, Episode 337: Adventure in the Demon Sea (魔の海の冒険) (2007)|
|MG appearance(s)||Super Smash Flash 2|
|Created by||Eiichiro Oda|
|Voiced by (Japanese)||Chō|
|Voiced by (English)||Ian Sinclair|
Before his death, Brook was a tall, tan, skinny man who had a rather distinctive face. He had a slight goatee on his chin and some side burns. He typically wore shades never revealing his eyes. On his forehead was a scar that slightly resembles a diagonal omega sign (Ω). This scar was retained in his skeletal state as a distinctive crack across his skull. Brook's facial appearance, accompanied with his style of clothing, resembles a type of appearance and style that is commonly associated with various music artists such as Ozzy Osbourne, Jimi Hendrix, Slash, and other musical celebrities with similar features.
Brook died and was revived by a Devil Fruit (specifically the Revive-Revive Fruit) he consumed prior to death. He is now an extremely tall skeleton dressed in formal attire complete with a top hat and cane. Standing at 266 cm (8'8½") in height, he is the second tallest member of the Straw Hat crew, having been edged out by Jinbe. Despite having no skin, he still has an afro which he says is because his hair has very strong roots. Brook's style was that of a gentleman consisting of a coat, top hat, trousers and afro, which were black, while the inner linings of his coat were yellow-orange. The cravat that was tied in between his coat and around his neck was blue. The outer covering of Brook's cane sword which he carries was purple. Also, due to his many years of seclusion his clothes were somewhat tattered.
After the timeskip, he has now changed to more colorful and high-end clothes, as though to represent a rock star. He has heart-shaped sunglasses, a yellow feather boa, a new top hat with a giant crown on the brim and orange red trousers with a floral design. Despite being a skeleton, he grew to 277 cm (9'1").
In Super Smash Flash 2
In Super Smash Flash 2, Brook appears as one of the numerous background characters on Thousand Sunny, along with Roronoa Zoro, Nami, Sanji, Nico Robin, Franky, Usopp, Tony Tony Chopper, and Jinbe. He appears on the right side of the stage (directly above Chopper) playing music from his electric guitar on the staircase's railing. When a KO is scored, he leans back and makes a rock on sign with his right hand.