week. Exactly one week left for the return of One Piece. The manga experienced the longest hiatus in its history on June 19, and there hasn’t been a single chapter since then. Unheard of in 25 years of history. 25 years he will achieve exactly when he returns, since the Luffy story began on July 22, 1997. Far from being satisfied, its author, Ichiro Oda, confirmed before his break that the “last saga” would begin his return. We spent four weeks researching this idea, but the wait was over. Right before the reunion, Oda wanted to send a second message to the community:
“When I was a kid I used to think about how much I wanted to draw the best ending manga ever. Now I wonder if I’m up to the task. We only have a little Wano left and all the preparations are done. It took me 25 years!! Also if you want to start reading from there. From now on, it will be … only one piece! I will draw all the secrets of this world that I have hidden. It will be so much fun! Please tie your eyes! Belts! And stay with me a little longer!”
BREAKING NEWS: Eiichiro Oda says he always hoped the One Piece finale would be the ‘top of the top’ series pic.twitter.com/3S9de13uyo
– Artur – O’Hara Library (newworldartur) July 14, 2022
How many pieces are left?
Although Oda used the term “final arc” to refer to what was to come, it is most likely an epic rather than a story. The epics cover so many topics and there are so many topics to cover that this is one arc (Shanks, Luffy’s father, Love Tail’s visit, clashes with the World Government and Blackbeard, etc.). If it was, as they say, epic, One Piece would still be there for a while. The last, the Four Emperors, lasted eight years and covered ancient and important plots such as those on Zoo Island, Whole Cake Island, and Wano.
Anyway, while we wait for his return (here we tell you when One Piece leaves Chapter 1054), there’s no better time to look back at the Straw Hats’ past, present, and future and rejoice that Oda allowed us to be Nakama Plus, one of the crew members. These days, we’ve been looking at the past by reviewing how we watched One Piece in order, the present with reports as we analyze new rewards or Luffy’s latest foes, and the future by anticipating the five reunions that will make us cry before the end of the story. Once all of this is done, all that remains is to comply with the author’s intentions and linking.
are you ready?