One Piece 917 New Release Date Confirmed: Supernova War Begins!

One Piece manga has been on a break for over a week now, but the break week is finally over. This week we’re getting the One Piece manga for sure, but there is a slight change in its release date that we’ll be discussing in this post. Before we begin, I want to let you all know that this post contains a lot of spoilers. If you don’t want to get spoiled, I suggest you stop reading the post here.

However, if spoilers don’t bother you, we can continue. One Piece Chapter 916 ended with an epic set-up of a Supernova clash, which includes Monkey D. Luffy, Roronoa Zoro, Trafalgar Law, Basil Hawkins. There is also a headliner named Holdem there in the battle, and it seems this fight is just going to be incredible.

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One Piece 917 Spoilers

In the next chapter of One Piece, we’ll probably be seeing an all-out battle between them. I feel like Trafalgar Law will try to keep the damage to as low as possible. He may even transport those who he has an alliance with to a different location nearby using his Devil Fruit powers. If that’s the case, then I think the fighting will stop quickly, and there’s also a chance that the Strawhat crew will reunite. We’ve already seen a lot of Luffy and his group.

I think it is time we focus on Sanji and the others now. I hope they are safe. If the crew does reunite, Wano will finally start getting more exciting. I’ve been waiting for the reunion of the Strawhat Pirates for a long time now, so I hope Eiichiro Oda delivers.

One Piece 917 Release Date

One Piece manga usually comes out officially on Monday. However, this time around we’re getting the chapter 2 days early on Saturday. Usually, the scanlation for the chapter comes out on Friday. This week, we’ll be getting the chapter on Thursday. That’s right! We all can enjoy an early chapter this week. One Piece 917 comes out officially on 15 September 2018.

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