The impact of Eiichiro Oda’s work has been impressive worldwide and with a total of 15, we leave you the 6 One Piece movies that are worth it, not counting its latest release
One Piece in the cinema, something that is not so canon for the manga
Many times the fact that a manga achieves overwhelming success among the community does not mean that it has to be like that in all the media in which it appears. The usual cycle of a manga that works relatively well, or at least this is the path that many have followed, is that of go from bullets to animation and, if this continues to be successful, special chapters or films are usually made to increase the impact on the community and continue to profit.
Needless go too far to see all thissince one of the most acclaimed manga of all time, Dragon Ball, has achieved it and this same summer he released a new film. Today we do not have to talk about the work of Akira Toriyama, but about one that can be considered his generational relief, which is none other than One Piece. Eiichiro Oda’s manga this month New movie released in theaters and we want to review the movies that has been released so far and they are really worth it.
One Piece: The Dead End Adventure (4th film)
Synopsis: Luffy and his friends arrive at Anabaru Bay. The local casino organizes a pirate competition in which the winner gets a large monetary sum, if he reaches the goal. Nami gets excited and convinces everyone to participate. However, there is a conspiracy behind the competition, whose sinister mind is Gasparde, a former military commander. His plan is for all the pirates to reach the military base, to kill them there.
One Piece: Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island (6th film)
Synopsis: It is time to relax for the protagonists. The destination is a recreational island on the Grand Line, owned by Baron Omatsuri. However, as soon as they arrive, they have to overcome a series of challenges to reach places where they can relax. And when everything seems to be fine, they realize that an air causes everyone to fight with each other. Robin, Chopper and Luffy, each on their own, search for the secret that this island hides.
One Piece: Strong World (10th film)
Synopsis: Shiki “The Golden Lion” who wishes to bring hell to Earth is the only man who has escaped from the great prison Impel Down. Just after their departure from Thriller Bark the Straw Hat Crew and Shiki get into a confrontation, Shiki kidnaps Nami, then Luffy and his companions embark on a search for him.
One Piece Film: Z (12th film)
Synopsis: Its power is said to be comparable to that of the Ancient Weapons, the Marine’s “trump card”, “The Dyna Stone”, was stolen. The person responsible is the feared and terribly powerful ex-Marine Admiral, a man named “Z”, who crosses the path of the Straw Hat Pirates.
Marine Headquarters moves forward to deal with this conspiracy that can shake even the pillars of the New World itself. On the other hand, ex-admiral Aokiji, chases the Straw Hats through the New World, while they take the position of facing Z and his crew with his incredible power.
One Piece Film: Gold (13th film)
Synopsis: Luffy and the rest of the Straw Hat Pirates decide to set sail for a golden, neon-lit ship 10 kilometers long. It is as big as a city, recognized as an independent country by the World Government and as the largest entertainment city in the world under the name of Great Treasure.
There, pirates, marines and millionaires meet in an “absolute sanctuary” out of the reach of the World Government thanks to the wealth of the King of the Casino, Gildo Tesoro, a man who is said to own 20% of the world’s money. But all that glitters is not gold and Gildo Tesoro is preparing to satisfy his unlimited ambition, something that could change the world’s power relations forever…
One Piece: Stampede (14th film)
Synopsis: The biggest fair in the world of pirates held by pirates for pirates: the Pirates Festival. Luffy and the rest of the Straw Hat crew receive an invitation from their Buena Festa host, known as the Master of Festivities. When they arrive, they find a place packed with glamorous pavilions and many pirates including those of the worst generation. The highlight of the festival is the hunt for a treasure left behind by Roger, the Pirate King.
Joining the fray is Douglas Bullet, who sailed with the Roger Pirates and is known as the Demon Heir. Thus begins an unprecedented pitched battle in which enemies and allies mix: crazed pirates, marines trying to capture all the pirates at once, the Seven Warlords and the Revolutionary Army. The fight for the treasure and the Pirate Festival end up in a chaotic and unpredictable stampede!
Do all these movies belong to the One Piece canon?
On many occasions, the fact that they are about adventures that have not had a place in the original manga It can mean that it completely breaks the narrative thread of the work, something that makes us wonder if what happens is considered canon or not. With the One Piece movies, being such a followed story in the search for the most precious treasure in this universe, we can come to understand that they are small deviationsbut it cannot be said that what has happened has been tremendously decisive in the manga.
Thus, they are adventures that are very interesting because, some of them, have Oda himself to write the scripts, but they will not have more repercussions in the main story than mere entertainment. For these reasons, many prefer to ignore them, but all of the ones that we have left here perfectly reflect the work and are very enjoyable. We would like would you share with us what do you think of all these and if you have been able to enjoy any.