One Piece Volume 101 and upcoming Japanese releases

One Piece Volume 101 and upcoming Japanese releases

Shueisha and the official social portals of One Piece, the manga written and drawn by Eiichiro Oda published in Italy for Star Comics, have released online the cover of volume 101 and of the 13th edition of the Magazine whose release date is set online and in stores physical on December 3, 2021.

One Piece: release date, cover and contents of volume 101 and Magazine 13

Below we can look at the cover of volume 101 (with the hybrid form of the Emperor Kaido in the foreground) with which, combined with the numbers 99 and 100, he will create a single illustration:

And here is how the entire composition looks:

Volume 101 is titled "The Stars Go Up on the Stage" and will resume the narrative from chapter 1016 of the manga within the narrative arc of the Country of Wano.

Regarding issue 13 of the Magazine, however, here is the cover:

Number 13 of the special edition entirely dedicated to the universe d i Eiichiro Oda was born in 2017 on the occasion of the 20 years of the work, will present inside many contents that will surely appeal to fans.

In particular, the periodical will include a new section of the encyclopedia of fruits of the Devil of Yamato and of Kaido; will not present a wanted poster, but one with the Straw Hat crew made by Oda as a color page of chapter 1000 and one with the illustration made up of the covers of volumes 99, 100 and 101 seen above; the new novel in the One Piece Novel Heroines series, written by Jun Esaka and drawn by suwasayaka, this time focused on Tashigi.

Here is a preview of the cited illustrations:

Still, One Piece Magazine 13 will present the fourth and final chapter of the One Piece Episode A manga, centered on the character of Ace and inspired by the light novel One Piece Novel A (available for Star Comics), drawn by Boichi ( Sun Ken Rock, Dr. Stone) with storyboards by Ishiyama Ryou (Amalgam of Distortion); the complete storyboard of Eiichiro Oda of chapter 1000 and a section of questions and answers with the author and much more.

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 1032 chapters and 100 tankobons. In Italy, however, the series is published by Edizioni Star Comics with 99 volumes available (you can retrieve it on Amazon).

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

The manga is inspiring an animated series created by Toei Animation, in progress uninterrupted since 1999 with a total of 1000 episodes under its belt, which is transpiring the events of the narrative arc of the Country of Wano.

In Italy the broadcasting rights are owned by Mediaset with 597 dubbed episodes as from 20 October they returned to TV with the unreleased tracks. 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. 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 horde 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.

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