Warning: Spoilers for One Piece Anime Episode #1074Wano, the A piece The anime’s longest and most controversial arc that saw Luffy unlock Gear 5 is finally coming to an end and the climactic release date has been revealed. Luffy and most of his Straw Hat crew arrived in Wano and officially started the season in July 2019 in episode #892. Several episodes in this season are considered “peak cinema” by fans. However, the best part of the series is only a few episodes left.
The final battle between the Emperors of the Sea, Luffy and Kaido, begins to come to an end in anime episode #1074. After Luffy used his Gear 5 power on a cloud to extract and use its lightning bolt against Kaido, the world’s strongest creature One Piece has suffered enough. The fearsome enemy sets out to defeat the Straw Hat Captain with some of his strongest attacks. Luffy knew he couldn’t hold out much longer so he retreated into the clouds to prepare for the biggest attack the series has ever seen. According to the Twitter account of Henry Thurlow, one of the anime’s talent staff, there are only two episodes left until the climax of the arc as he writes “3 episodes to the climax, 3 volumes drawing dragons (very little for 2 episodes) first, just to give you a fair warning) … see you tomorrow on 1074????”
One Piece’s Wano arc ends in episode #1076 on September 16
According to the anime production team, episode #1076 will adapt the final part of the fight between Luffy and Kaido. Judging from the island-sized fist with which Gear 5 Luffy knocked out his nemesis at the end of #1074, it looks like the following episode will see the epic final clash, but it seems fans You will have to wait until One Piece #1076, released on September 16, 2023, to see Wano’s peak. However, given the pace at which anime adapts manga, this news is not surprising.
Now that the One Piece anime is trying to adapt one chapter at a time, manga readers already know what will happen in the next few episodes anticipating the adaptation of epic chapters #1048 and #1049. Without revealing much for anime-only viewers, viewers can expect a few more flashbacks involving vile Orochi and the plight of the Wano citizens, scenes from the original manga. The anime will likely expand on these flashbacks and add more context to Wano’s epic climax, a setting that is sure to add to the tears that the season’s climactic finale episodes are sure to makes you cry.
The Onigashima Raid is about to end
Several episodes of Wano’s animation have been able to cover and even improve on the manga’s incredibly vibrant source material. Episodes with impressive visuals and great pacing such as Zoro’s battle against King in episode #1062 and what many consider to be the best episode #1015 have helped elevate the anime’s reputation to another level. unprecedentedly high worldwide. However, the epic ending of the battle between Luffy and Kaido in A piece episode #1076 could help solidify this season’s status as one of the series’ best if it lands. Judging by how well Toei Animation adapted Luffy’s Gear 5, fans may be in for a treat.
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