Hey everyone! Today, I want to talk about One Piece chapter 895. The chapter has been out for quite some time now. If you haven’t read it already, I suggest that you do. However, if you don’t mind being spoiled, or if you’ve read it already, let’s begin.

One piece chapter 895 was hands down one of the most epic chapters in the Whole Cake Island arc. While I don’t think that this one tops One Piece Chapter 893, I do believe that it was a lot more action oriented, which makes it comparable to 893, quality wise. As we’ve been told before, Katakuri vs Luffy is near its end now. We’ve seen them fight for about 13-15 chapters now, and every bit of it has been awesome. Luffy has really grown in this fight, and I like the way Oda handled his development for the most part.

With Snakeman, we got another look at how strong Luffy’s gear 4 actually is. While he isn’t exactly on the same level as Charlotte Katakuri, he is very close now, and with a little more effort, Luffy can even match him.

In this chapter, we saw the might of Snakeman. I think this is Luffy’s strongest form yet. While it is true that Snakeman lacks the high power potential of Boundman, Luffy is definitely a lot faster in this form, and the speed makes up for the loss of power, which means the momentum is pretty much the same.

However, this form is a lot less predictable than Boundman. I like that aspect of it.

Further, when Luffy uses future sight Haki in this form, he instantly becomes a lot more powerful than before, and that really makes him far stronger than he ever was in Gear 4 Boundman.

We also got a look at some of the abilities of Snakeman today. Luffy was able to use Culverin, which he can also use in Boundman, but Snakeman offers a better version of the same move, called Jet Culverin.

One Piece Manga Chapter 895 Spoilers
One Piece Manga Chapter 895

Another move is called Black Mamba, and this is basically a gatling version of Gomu Gomu no Jet Culverin. However, Luffy’s strongest move in this form is called King Cobra.

This move’s power is unknown yet. We don’t know what Luffy is capable of with this technique. We also don’t know how strong it is, or how much power it generates. This is definitely the strongest attack of Luffy that we’ve seen so far, and would be on comparison with King Kong Gun, in my opinion.

Unfortunately, we don’t know the result of this battle yet. I expect it to end in either a draw, or a victory for Katakuri, but opinions differ, so I may be wrong.