One Piece: Thriller Bark available on Crunchyroll

One Piece: Thriller Bark available on Crunchyroll

One Piece

The narrative arc of Thriller Bark is finally available subtitled in Italian through the streaming on-demand portals of Crunchyroll Italia, increasingly expanding the catalog of episodes of the One Piece anime series, inspired by the manga of the same name written and drawn by Eiichiro Oda and published. in Italy from Star Comics (we recommend starting to recover the series from the first issue of the manga available on Amazon).

Crunchyroll also adds that the narrative arc will also arrive on the platform application in the next few days.

The adventure of Thriller Bark goes from the 326th to the 384th episode and, as anticipated in our previous article, later many other episodes will arrive, as always subtitled in Italian, up to the end of the year which will include the narrative arcs of Summit War, Fishman Island, Punk Hazard and Dressrosa.

We recall that the anime series debuted on Crunchyroll Italia in 2020 and, at the same time anea with Japan, the latest broadcasts are available every Sunday (currently focused on the saga of the Country of Wano.

What is Thiller Bark's narrative arc about?

Initially headed for the Fish-Man Island, Luffy and his companions' Thousand Sunny enters the Florian Triangle and does the improvised acquaintance with Thriller Bark's pirate ship. The Straw Hat pirates, whose shadows have been taken hostage by Gekko Moria who reigns over the great scary ship, are forced to fight against the strongest monsters there and recover their own shadows before the sun rises, under penalty of their very existence, otherwise.

The crew manages to defeat Moria after a fierce battle, but suddenly they have to deal with Bear Bartholomew who, despite his injuries, shows no mercy.

The member of the World Government is about to assassinate the exhausted Luffy, but it will be Zoro who will ask him to spare his own captain by inflicting all the pain he experienced in the previous fight. Finally, everything will end for the best and Brook will join the crew.

One Piece, the manga and the anime

One Piece is a shonen manga written and drawn by Eiichiro Oda through the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump (Shueisha) since 1997. The manga series, in the heart of the narrative arc of the country of Wano, in Japan has reached 1014 chapters and 98 tankobons. In Italy, however, the series is published by Edizioni Star Comics with 97 volumes available (you can retrieve it on Amazon).

The latest manga releases are available for free and totally legal reading on MANGA Plus (Shueisha ).

The manga is inspiring an animated series made by Toei Animation and has been running uninterrupted since 1999. It has currently reached 976 total episodes and is transpiring the events of the story arc of the Country of Wano.

In Italy the broadcasting rights are owned by Mediaset and it currently boasts 578 dubbed episodes. The series is also legally visible, with subtitles in Italian and with a premium account through the Crunchyroll streaming platform.

The franchise has inspired video games, merchandise, manga spin-offs, animated feature films and a Netflix TV series with real-life Western actors currently in development. We retrieve the last details here.

In the phantasmagoric universe of One Piece there is no word "rest", and the tireless mind of the master Oda is constantly at work to give birth to new, crazy adventures for the gang of most bizarre pirates there is! In Wa, Luffy's group has almost finished gathering companions and allies, and is now one step away from the planned raid on Orc Island. Meanwhile, on the side of the enemies, the worst of alliances sees the light! While Kaido toasts the "monstrous" partnership, the world situation begins to falter.

One Piece Unveils Momo's New Goal

The War For Wano has dealt a rough hand to Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates in its latest manga chapters, with Kaido delivering an insane blow to Monkey, and following the revelation that the Beast Pirates might be close to claiming victory, Momonosuke makes a discovery that changes his outlook on his life's journey. Having been flung into the present thanks to the power of his mother, Toki, Momo has been attempting to fill the shoes of his legendary father and it seems as if reading his deceased parent's logbook might have given him the push he needed.

Warning. If you aren't caught up on One Piece's manga, specifically with Chapter 1014, you might want to steer clear as we'll be diving into spoiler territory.

Kaido's battle against Luffy has seen the Straw Hat Captain jettisoned into the waters of Wano, with the Beast Pirate leader proclaiming to all the combatants of the war that he will begin descending his headquarters to strike down those who would challenge him. Discovering an unknown element with Oden's logbook, Momonosuke proclaims that it appears that he must not die, with Shinobu of course agreeing with this assessment as Kaido begins to make his way down the flights of stairs.

One Piece Momo Manga(Photo: Toei Animation)

Unfortunately for the Straw Hats and the Wano resistance, Luffy's current situation leaves Kaido free to descend upon Momo, with Kinnemon standing in the way of the Beast Pirate Captain and the son of the man that the samurai swore to protect. Following the death of Kiku and Kanjuro, it seems as if the War For Wano isn't afraid to eliminate some major players that have been introduced within the borders of the isolated nation. With Kinnemon receiving an insane blow from Kaido to wrap the latest installment, it's anyone's guess as to who will make it out of this story alive.

While the War For Wano isn't currently taking place within the anime, the flashback that showed us the past of Kozuki Oden has come to an end and viewers have ventured back into the present. With the War about to hit the anime proper, it will be interesting to see all of these insane battles take place in full animation, especially when it comes to the knockdown, drag-out fight that has taken place between Kaido and Luffy.

Do you think Momo will survive this war? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of the Grand Line.

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