Anime streaming company Funimation recently released a teaser in anticipation of the 1000 th episode of One Piece. One Piece is an anime series based on the hit manga of the same name by Eiichiro Oda. The line follows the adventures of the pirate Monkey D. Luffy and his search for the treasure of the “One Piece.” First published in 1997, One Piece is the best-selling manga and book-format comic of all time with 490 million imitations. The anime is also among the most popular and is available to stream on Netflix, Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation, though exclusively the latter two have all the seasons.

One Piece premiered in Japan on Fuji TV in October 1999, and 22 years later has boasted 20 seasons, 14 films, and, as of October 20 th, 995 chapters. A live-actionOne Pieceseries is currently in the works at Netflix. Despite its near-1 000 episodes, One Piece is only the 17 th longest-running anime serial of all time with the record-holding Sazae-san having exhausted over 7500 hundred chapters since its 1969 premiere. However, One Piece is still notorious for its insane quantity of incidents that they are able to take around 16 eras to binge the whole way through. 1000 chapters is a huge milestone, and Funimation is already in the process of house that hype.

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Funimation exhausted a teaser hyping up the “journey to episode 1000, ” set to release on November 21 st. The teaser pieces eliciting times of Luffy in his Gear Fourth form, Zoro using his three-sword style, and other friends and foes of their Panama hat. In the caption, Funimation announced their “One Piece 1000 celebration” featuring anime/ manga YouTuber, RogersBase, on November 20. The event will include a brook of chapters 998 -9 99, and sees will learn how to manufacture Luffy’s favorite menu( flesh ?). There will be a short break between the freeing of escapade 999 on November 14 th in anticipation of the milestone occurrence. Check out the teaser below 😛 TAGEND

Funimation has One Piece in both English subtitled and English dubbed, and it is one of its routinely popular proves. The milestone achievement is certainly something to be celebrated, as One Piece’s “rival” anime didn’t last almost a long. The anime is often considered one of “The Big Three” along with Naruto and Bleach, but neither compares in terms of length. Even extremely popular new-gen anime like Boruto and Demon Slayer have trouble emulating with One Piece’s big success and loyal fanbase.

One Piece doesn’t show signs of slows down, making countless love the chance to see the characters grow up with them. The Netflix series may even finally proselytize anime fans who are opposed to undertaking the big tour that getting caught up on One Piece is. Audiences from all over will be sure to tune in when One Piece continues its journey with escapade 996 on October 24 th.

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Source: Funimation

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