“one piece” is an anime whose success has transcended all logic at this point, thus becoming a renowned franchise like few others in the history of world entertainment. As such, its anime is certainly one of the most followed, but there is always room for that more fans get on the ship of the Straw Hat Pirates. That’s why today I want to review how is it possible to see the anime of “One Piece” in full in Spain.
If you want to see all the One Piece anime in Spain, you have to take into account the following platforms
Although there is a particular key platform to see all the “One Piece” anime, there are some streaming platforms that perfectly complement what is required to see Luffy and company. Having said that, here I go with the article.
One Piece on Crunchyroll
This is so: If you want to watch the “One Piece” anime in its entirety, the Crunchyroll platform should be your main choice.. Although it was not always like that, Eiichiro Oda’s work is now in its entirety in the platform’s catalogue. Not only that, but it is the streaming service that receives new episodes of the anime every week. That is to say, it is the platform of past, present and future for the “One Piece” anime.
If you want to see the anime, all you have to do is go to the following tab of the anime in question:
One Piece on Amazon Prime Video
For the episodic theme, the truth is that there is nothing worth as much as Crunchyroll. However, Amazon Prime Video is a service that, if you already have it, allows you to watch the movie “One Piece: Stampede”which is surely one of the best that Luffy and company have ever produced.
One Piece in Select Vision
Okay, this is a bit of a cheat since Selecta Visión is NOT a streaming platform (despite the fact that they sometimes have simulcasts), but the reality is that in its store it is possible to find many contents in DVD and Blu-ray that complement and expand the anime based on Eiichiro Oda’s manga.
Netflix, Disney+ and other streaming platforms
Although there are other large platforms in Spain that have anime, such as the aforementioned Netflix and Disney +, the truth is that in these in particular There is nothing to find of the work of Eiichiro Oda. Could that change in the future? It is a possibility to take into account, but the truth is that today there is nothing to point out.
And this is all you have to take into account when watching the “One Piece” anime in Spain. Surely, the only bad thing today about anime localization in our country is that there are a huge number of episodes that do NOT have dubbing official. In any case, If the VOSE is not a problem for you, absolutely nothing prevents you from enjoying the “One Piece” anime at its maximum power.