The viral One Piece cosplay transforms Gear 5 Luffy into an incredibly accurate yet terrifying balloon man as the character takes on the role of a child.
A One Piece cosplay that takes the Gear 5 version of Luffy and turns him into a terrifyingly legendarily accurate hot air balloon man goes viral in a new video.
The Gear 5 Luffy cosplay introduction video caused a stir after being posted to X (formerly Twitter). While the cosplay below certainly captures Luffy’s style – jumping and joking around – what sets this cosplay apart from others is that it appears to consist mainly of balloons. From his Haki-imbued arms and the white vapor ring that appears when Luffy enters his awakened state, to the intricate web of balloons that make up his torso, hot air balloon cosplay is one of the most complex One Piece costumes. most available.
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With balloons often made of rubber, it’s no surprise that they and Luffy have been together since the beginning of the series. Luffy’s Gomu Gomu no Fuusen (Rubber Balloon) is often used as a gag technique to deflect bullets and cannonballs. The destructive potential of the balloon was demonstrated through Luffy’s Gear 3 Hone Fuusen (Bone Balloon) technique when he defeated Lucci at Enies Lobby.
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The cosplay also captures Luffy’s laughter and excitement. While a recently re-aired interview clarified why Luffy is always smiling in his Gear 5 form, some fans continue to question whether there is a deeper meaning, while others Others are concerned that Joyboy is actually possessing Luffy. Some fans have taken advantage of this to suggest that Oda is creating an interesting contradiction – whether Luffy is truly free or not if his will comes from someone else.
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Fans can continue watching One Piece on Crunchyroll. The series is currently nominated for Best Continuing Series at this year’s Crunchyroll Anime Awards and is described on the platform: “Monkey. D. Luffy refuses to let anyone or anything hinder his journey to become king of all pirates. With a course charted for the treacherous waters of the Grand Line and beyond, here is one captain who will never give up until he has claimed the greatest treasure on Earth: the legendary One Piece!
Created by Eiichiro Oda, the One Piece series explores the adventures of pirate Luffy D. Monkey and the Straw Hat Pirates. Since the manga first debuted in 1997, One Piece has been adapted into an anime and seen many movies. Most recently it was adapted into a live-action series by Netflix.
Created by Eiichiro Oda
First TV show chapter A piece
Airing date of the first episode October 20, 1999
Cast Mayumi Tanaka, Kazuya Nakai, Colleen Clinkenbeard, Christopher Sabat, Kerry Williams, Kappei Yamaguchi, Sonny Strait, Hiroaki Hirata, Eric Valette, Ikue Ootani
Source: X (formerly Twitter)