Why are all manga fans talking about One Piece and chapter 1044?

The premiere of chapter 1044 is marking a before and after among all manga fans of one piece. The work of Eiichiro Oda has reached a crucial point in the story, which has been praised by its readers.

Having officially premiered in Japan, the work has already reached Latin America with Spanish subtitles, causing astonishment among fans of this literature.

What happened in chapter 1044 of one piece?

When chapter 1043 of one piece on March 13, the world went crazy over the final scene, which caused something mysterious to happen to the body of Luffy after the battle with Kaidou.

Now it is discovered that Luffy is still alive and that the World Government has been looking for the Akuma no Mi of the captain of the Straw Hats for 800 years. In that instant it is revealed that the fruit of Luffy It is not the Gomu Gomu no Mi, but a mythological zoan that answers to the name of Hito Hito no Mi: Model Nika, the God of the Sun mentioned by Who’s-Who during his fight with Jimbei.

Also, in chapter 1044, the fifth form of the Gear of Luffy, which is also his Awakening, is seen in much more detail than before. The footage also shows Hiyori Kozuki’s tears of anger towards Orochi and the latter’s presumed death at the hands of Kazenbo.

Fans have gone crazy on the internet:

Although all the fans of one piece looking forward to the remaining year of manga and anime content, special emphasis will be placed on the upcoming theatrical film, One Piece: Red.

The new film will open in Japanese theaters on August 6, 2022, with no information indicating that the film might be delayed due to the hack at Toei Animation, which has already postponed the release of Dragon Ball Super: SuperHero.

The manga can be read legally and for free on Manga Plus.

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