On Monday, October 10, 2022, the 41st issue of the well-known Weekly Shonen Jump magazine was published in Japan, as well as the long-awaited chapter 1,063 of “One Piece”, the popular manga written and drawn by Eiichiro Oda.
In the previous episodes it was possible to see how Luffy’s group was entering a new island, but thanks to a storm they ended up diverting their course and reached the territory of the famous Dr. VegaPunk.
You can read the complete manga and in Spanish this Sunday, October 16 through the official page of Shonen Jump, Mangaplus.
This week’s episode picks up with Luffy, Chopper, Jimbe and Bonney, who arrived together on Karakuri Island, home of the famous scientist VegaPunk. After learning that the creator of the Navy cyborgs resided in that place, they set out to find him, but not before eating until they are full and then changing their clothes for much more futuristic ones in one of the place’s machines.
In the midst of their search, a police cyborg appears in front of them that is modeled after Kuma’s model. He begins to attack the protagonists, but before Luffy can respond, Bonney asks him to please not do it, revealing that Kuma is actually his father and the only family he has left, and then shows a short flashback of when she was a child and her father carried her in his arms.
Meanwhile, somewhere in the ocean, Law and his crew run into Kurohige, who starts attacking them. Devil Fruit powers are revealed to us by the Teach crew. Jesus Burgess has the Riki Riki no Mi, which gives him unusual strength, Doc Q has the Shiku Shiku no Mi, with which he can infect people with different diseases, Van Augur is a user of the Wapu Wapu no Mi , which gives him the ability to teleport people and Stronger has the mythological Uma Uma no Mi, model “Pegasus”, with which he becomes a pegasus.
Being trapped, Law escapes to a nearby island, but is chased and ends up being turned into a woman by Doc Q’s powers, but this does not last long, as he uses his Haki to break free of the transformation, revealing that strong haki can nullify the powers of a devil fruit. The last frame shows both captains ready to fight.
“One Piece” is a manga and anime created by the well-known mangaka Eiichiro Odawho publishes his work in the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jumpof Shueishasince July 22, 1997. In 1999, it received its animated adaptation, which is broadcast to date and has more than 900 chapters.
The comic has more than 1,000 episodes and 100 volumes have been published by various publishers for different countries.
What is “One Piece” about?
Wealth, fame and power. One man had obtained everything in this world and he was the ‘Pirate King’, Gold Roger. But, before he died, his last words inspired the planet to venture out to sea: “My treasure? If they want it, it’s theirs. I have hidden everything in that place.”
Thus began what is known as the Great Age of Piracy, which launched hundreds of pirates into the sea to find the great One Piece treasure.