One Piece Anime Nears The End Of Wano Country Act 1

Wano Country Act 1 End

The One Piece anime is going through the first act of Wano Country in the anime and it has done some serious work on the manga and added a lot to fill the gaps that the manga left. The story has been nothing short of fantastic so far and it’ll only continue to get better as we approach the end of Act One.

One Piece Kaido Dragon Form

One Piece Almost At Wano Act 1’s End

The last few episodes focused on Kaido’s powers and his drunken rage which was directed towards the Straw Hat Pirates and the Ghosts of Wano. As Kaido targeted them, Luffy was enraged and he threw his fury towards the Yonko. The anime showcased how Kaido vs Luffy actually began, with the key to it being Kaido blasting away Luffy’s crew and then Otama being heavily injured by Kaido himself.

The next episode will give us the fight that everyone has been waiting for and yes, it’ll be Luffy vs Kaido. Just as mentioned previously, the fight will see an extremely talented staff work on it and it could well be the best episode of One Piece to date. We’ll get to see Chapter 921 of One Piece being adapted with the majority of it focusing on Luffy battering Kaido.

As expected, Kaido won’t take any damage and will proceed to launch his own counterattack. Following the episode, we’ll see Luffy being thrown in Udon Prison, which will effectively mark the end of Act 1 of Wano Country.

We’re excited about the next chapter of One Piece, and we hope that you are as well. What are your thoughts on the anime so far? Let us know in the comments section below!

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