One Piece: the Reverie arc and the Wano Kuni arc on Crunchyroll

One Piece: the Reverie arc and the Wano Kuni arc on Crunchyroll

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Great news for One Piece fans who follow the series on Crunchyroll: all the episodes released in the series are available on the platform, namely the Reverie arc and the Wano Kuni arc. The episodes can be seen on the classic site and it will soon be possible to do so also in the beta of the site and via the app.

One Piece: the Reverie arc and the Wano Kuni arc on Crunchyroll

The Reverie arc is the thirtieth saga of One Piece and the third of the saga of the emperors. It includes episodes from 879 to 891. The Reverie is a council formed by the rulers of fifty nations chosen from among the one hundred and seventy belonging to the World Government.

The Wano Kuni arc includes the episodes from episode 892 (the first of 'arc) onwards. Escaping the clutches of Empress Big Mom, Luffy and his companions rejoin the other members of the Straw Hat crew in the Land of Wa, with the intent of helping Momonosuke and the followers of the late Oden, the Red Sheaths, to regain their own. nation that fell into the hands of another of the four emperors, Kaido.

About One Piece Film Red

We still know very little about the plot. At the moment, as previously mentioned, we only know that Uta is Shanks' daughter, that the two were very close and that, when the little girl was only 9 years old, father and daughter separated. Uta's "otherworldly" voice, then, suggests that she too can count on the powers of a Devil Fruit, a bit like our Luffy; it is therefore also expected that the meeting between Shanks and Luffy will be shown.

We already know that One Piece Film Red (find out everything there is to know about the film in this article) will be screened in Japanese cinemas starting next August 6, but when will we be able to see it at the cinema too here in Italy? The film will be distributed in Italy by Anime Factory which, through its social networks, has announced the release period of the film, which is this fall. At the moment, however, we still don't have a precise release date

One Piece Cosplay Taps Into Kaido's Might

One Piece is now gearing up for the final saga of the long running action manga, and one awesome cosplay is truly tapping into how much has changed with Kaido over the years! When Kaido was first introduced to the series, he was an invincible being that somehow could not die despite his seeming desire to do so. We then got the fullest look at the Emperor of the Seas during the events of the Wano Country arc as Luffy and the others made their way to take down both he and Big Mom during the biggest war of the series to date.

Up to this point in the story, Kaido represented the biggest single threat to the seas overall as Luffy and the others discovered over their journeys through Zou, Punk Hazard, and even Dressrosa, the Emperor had his hands in a number of different major elements over the seas as a whole. Then it came down to facing off against Kaido himself as the series continued, and Luffy found he was just as fearsome as had been teased over the course of the New World arc to this point. Now artist @kappy_w on Instagram has brought the Emperor to life with some fearsome cosplay showing off the pirate's power: 

One Piece's Wano Country arc was the longest in the entire series to date, and the events on Onigashima will likely shape the seas in some pretty huge ways moving forward. Original series creator Eiichiro Oda is now in the midst of a hiatus for the Summer while he prepares to kick off the final saga of the series overall, and the last time we had seen the manga in action it was teased that the worlds outside Wano have gotten even wilder since Luffy and the others last had seen any of it in action. At the same time, there's still a lot that Wano needs to work out as well. 

As for the anime release, the latest episodes of the series have been working its way through the fights on Onigashima as Luffy and the others are finding out how much of a threat Kaido and Big Mom really are on the roof of the Skull Dome. At the same time, it's still far from where the manga is at currently and thus a ton to keep an eye out for moving forward. How did you like Luffy's fight with Kaido overall? How are you liking seeing it in the anime so far? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments!