One Piece Chapter 1104, titled “Thank You, Dad,” delivers the most divisive subtext in shounen manga: the power of love.
Released on January 21, 2024, the latest chapter continues with Kuma’s confrontation with Jaygarcia Saturn. When Kuma unleashed one of his most ferocious punches since Luffy took down Saint Charlos, viewers were left in awe — most notably Saturn and Vegapunk. While Saturn believes he pressed Kuma’s self-destruct switch, Vegapunk reveals that the button was supposed to put Kuma into a vegetative state. One of the few times in the mad scientist’s career, Vegapunk was unable to explain why, despite this, Kuma was clearly still exercising his will.
One Piece shows its age with the latest chapter 1104
The latest One Piece Chapter 1104 comes full circle from the events in the Sabaody Archipelago, making a reference 15 years in the making.
One Piece’s love power is tied to its lineage element
The power of friendship/love has long been a divisive metaphor in manga, often providing what readers perceive as contrived storytelling at the expense of proper construction. While Vegapunk obediently explained to Saturn, “Well, I suppose… it has to be like that. I can call it the power of love, if it makes you feel better…” he offers an explanation that connects the divisive narrative. to one of the most mysterious and anticipated aspects of One Piece: The Lineage Factor.
Kuma’s Buccaneer lineage will certainly play a major role in future One Piece chapters, with Vegapunk stating, “So is that true? It wasn’t the physical prowess of the Buccaneers that made them remarkable… At some point, they…” wasn’t a subtle hint of its importance. Saturn seemed to agree that the Buccaneers possessed special characteristics when he said, “Then it was a flaw in the human form – an error in the programming.” As a member of the Five Elders, who preside over order often at the cost of freedom, Saturn’s view of resistance to domination as a flaw is hardly surprising. It also strengthens the theory that Joyboy is a Buccaneer.
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One Piece Chapter 1105 will raise the stakes even further, with Robin vying for the unfortunate record of most Buster Calls ever called on an individual. Chapter 1105 will be released on Sunday, January 28 for North American readers (Monday, January 29 for readers in Japan).
Monkey D. Luffy begins his adventure with his pirate crew in hopes of finding the greatest treasure ever, known as “One Piece”.
Release date July 22, 1997
Author Eiichiro Oda
Artist Eiichiro Oda
Adaptation A piece
Publishing company Shueisha, Madman Entertainment, Viz Media
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