One Piece 926 was a decent chapter, and I really enjoyed the fun aspect of it. It wasn’t as great as the previous ones, or the ones before that but it was definitely good in its own way. I enjoyed reading the manga this week, and a fun chapter was needed to tone down the intensity of the arc, especially since we’re in the beginning phase of Wano Country right now.
One Piece 927 Predictions
Luffy and Kid’s rivalry is growing so well, and they’re also becoming friends at the same time. They will definitely form an alliance to beta Kaido in the future. Before that, they’ll need to get out of the prison first. Another thing that Oda made clear in this chapter was that Luffy and Kid won’t be the only ones to break out of the prison. Everyone will break out with them. Both Luffy and Kid are definitely being seen as heroes there. They cannot leave the rest behind now.
So, this makes me think we’ll see a great prison breakout. We already saw one happen at Impel Down before the timeskip. Now, we’re going to see something similar at Wano. I’m sure they the Strawhat Pirates are going to set out to save Luffy soon. Sanji, Nami, and Usopp were revealed to working already. Their jobs have already begun. The rest of the Strawhats may be getting started on the rescue mission. We still don’t know where Zoro is.
I expected him to be central to this rescue mission. Maybe he’ll be shown in the next chapter of One Piece. We will also likely see Luffy and Kid being taken to get executed in the next chapter of One Piece, since they beat up the Headliner. Obviously, they won’t be executed, but we’ll definitely see some crazy action from the two again.
Where To Read One Piece 927?
There are some unofficial sites that 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. We will see One Piece return next week, most likely. For now, the scans will be out by 6 December 2018. One Piece Chapter 927 returns officially on 9 December 2018.