one piece has positioned itself as one of the favorite shones and after overcoming the fence of 1000 chapters, more and more users are interested in the work created by Eiichiro Odatherefore in AmericanPost.News We reveal all the details about the platforms where you can see the chapters in Latin dubbing.
Recently the story of Luffy It broke a record with the number of chapters and aroused interest after the announcement of the live action inspired by Eiichiro’s shonen manga, which is about to release chapter 1040.
Recall that last November, the anime celebrated its 1,000th episode with a new visual of Luffy under the title ‘Overwhelming Force! The Straw Hats unite!’ where the next phase of the fight in Onigashima was shown.
Where to see One Piece in Latin dubbing?
The chapters in Latin dubbing can be enjoyed from the streaming platform Netflixalthough at the moment it is only available until episode 130, near the end of the Alabasta arc.
However, if what you are looking for is to stay up to date and watch the full episodes of the anime, you can enter the Crunchyroll platform, although it is in its original language, with Spanish subtitles.
How many chapters does One Piece have?
In total there are 1000 episodes of the work created by the Eiichiro Oda shonen manga. It should be noted that the chapters are divided by arcs:
- East Blue (Episodes 1-61)
- Arabasta (Episodes 62 – 135)
- Skypiea (Episodes 136 – 206)
- Water 7 (Episodes 207 – 325)
- Thriller Bark (Episodes 326 – 384)
- Summit War (Episodes 385 – 516)
- Fishman Island (Episodes 517 – 574)
- Punk Hazard (Episodes 575 – 629)
- Dressrosa (Episodes 630 – 746)
- Silver Mine (Episodes 747 – 750)
- Zou (Episodes 751 – 782)
- Whole Cake Island (Episodes 783 – 878)
- Wano Kuni (Episodes 879 – 1009 still airing)
The manga and anime created by well-known mangaka Eiichiro Oda, who has published his work in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine since 1997, has become a favorite. If you are a fan of one piece in AmericanPost.News we recommend you: One Piece 1040 spoilers and release date.
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