One Piece 921 is getting closer with each passing day, and we’re just two days away from the release of the scans. The next chapter is going to be very intriguing, and it will be interesting to see where Eiichiro Oda takes the story from here. The time travel part of the story is over now, and they have to start focusing on what they need to do from here on out to ensure a victory here.
One Piece 921 Spoilers
We may still find out bits about Kinemon, Momo, and Oden, but I think the focus is going to shift from them now. For me, the two primary talking points from the next chapter will be Roronoa Zoro, and Trafalgar Law. I think Law will already have come up with a great strategy. He is a planner, and even though the circumstances worked against him at Dressrosa, he’d like to strike the nail here at Wano.
Law’s plans will probably be what Luffy, and the Strawhats will be following from here on out. The other major point that I mentioned was Zoro, and I’ve been saying for quite a while now that I think Roronoa Zoro will be the one to fight Jack. Jack, as we know, is a monster with a bounty of One Billion Berries. He will definitely be looking to kill the one who wrecked Holdem.
Since Zoro will be the one to come across him, I think the two will fight against each other. Obviously, I do not think that Zoro is strong enough to take down Jack just yet, which is why I think Basil Hawkins will betray him to strike the killing blow, in my opinion. Of course, this is just my take on the next chapter of One Piece. You probably have your own. Leave your thoughts on the next chapter in the comments section!
Where To Read One Piece 921?
Some unofficial sites allow you to read One Piece manga chapters. However, even if you read the raw/scanlation, please support the official release by waiting for the official release, which will help the anime and manga industry.
The One Piece manga is on a break. We will see it return in Jump Issue 47. The scans will be out by Friday, October 19. One Piece Chapter 921 returns officially on 22 October 2018.