One Piece manga is set to return this week, with just a couple of days left until we get to see Luffy and the others again. The Wano Country arc is well and underway already, and I think the arc is pretty decent so far. I enjoyed the last couple of chapters and Zoro vs. Hawkins was really good in my opinion. We’re now heading deeper into this arc, and I think the next chapter will be just as good as the last one, if not better.
Oda has set quite high expectations for the Wano Country arc himself, so creating chapters that surpass those expectations is hard. However, I think he’s doing well, and as we explore Wano further, we’ll get to see lots of exciting stuff. Now for those of you who don’t know, One Piece was on break due to the Obon festival in Japan, since there was no Jump issue coming out.
Interestingly, we already have a few leaks from the chapter, but we cannot speak for the authenticity of them. Before we begin talking about them, I request those who don’t want to be spoiled to stop reading the post. But if you’re okay with being spoiled, then let’s get started. One Piece 914 leaks tell us that Luffy will be rejoicing in the Wano state, and this is possible because the Strawhat crew reunites in chapter 914. We all know how Usopp, Robin, and Franky are busy working.
On the other hand, Sanji, Nami, Chopper, and Brook already departed, and we don’t know where exactly they are right now. Zoro and Luffy are at a Tea House and the Heart Pirates are nearby. They’ve already spotted Luffy and Zoro and will probably try to initiate contact with them in the next chapter. Law may already have found the others, and if that’s true, we could see a Strawhat reunion soon!
One Piece Chapter 914 Release Date
Some unofficial sites allow you to read One Piece manga. However, even if you read the scanlation, please support the official release by waiting for the official release, which will help the anime and manga community. One Piece Chapter 914 scans may be out any day by Thursday this week. One Piece Chapter 914 returns officially on 20 August 2018.