- List of One Piece chapters (595–current)
One Piece is a shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda that has been translated into various languages and spawned a substantial media franchise. It follows the adventures of the seventeen-year-old boy Monkey D. Luffy, whose body gained the properties of rubber when he accidentally ate a supernatural fruit, as he travels the oceans in search of the series' titular treasure and organizes a diverse crew of pirates, named the Straw Hats. In Japan, the series is published by Shueisha – chapterwise in the manga anthology Weekly Shōnen Jump since the magazine's issue of August 4, 1997 and in tankōbon format since December 24, 1997.
In North America, Viz Media is publishing its English language adaptation of the series – chapterwise in the manga anthology Shonen Jump since the magazine's launch in November 2002 and in tankōbon format since June 2003. In the United Kingdom, the tankōbon were published by Gollancz Manga, starting March 2006, until Viz Media took over after the fourteenth volume. In Australia and New Zealand, the English volumes are distributed by Madman Entertainment since November 10, 2008.
No. Title Japanese release English release 61 Romance Dawn: For the New World February 4, 2011
March 6, 2012
- "Vows" (宣誓 "Sensei" )
- "2 Years Later" (2年後 "Ninengo" )
- "The Nine Pirates" (九人の海賊 "Kyūnin no Kaizoku" )
- "The Island of New Beginnings" (再出発の島 "Saishuppatsu no Shima" )
- "Romance Dawn: For the New World" (ROMANCE DAWN for the new world —新しい世界への冒険の夜明け— "Romance Dawn: For the New World: Atarashii Sekai e no Bōken no Yoake" )
- "Hard to Downward!!" (下舵いっぱい!! "Shimo Kaji Ippai!!" )
- "Keep This in Your Heart" (心に留めておけ "Kokoro ni Tometeoke" )
Before being separated, the Straw Hat Pirates had planned to meet up after three days. Captain Monkey D. Luffy's message amends that to two years. Although they wish to reunite with Luffy and comfort him about his brother, Portgas D. Ace's, death, they instead take advantage of the opportune locales that Bartholomew Kuma sent them all to to improve their skills. Luffy himself trains with Silvers Rayleigh. Two years later, the Straw Hats gather on the archipelago where they were last together. A similar Marine force that caused them difficulties years ago tries to detain them, but because of their growth they easily flee. Together again, they resume their adventure by setting sail for Fishman Island, an underwater island. 62 Adventure on Fishman Island
Gyojintō no Bōken (魚人島の冒険)
May 2, 2011
May 1, 2012
- "Into the Depths" (深層へ "Shinsō e" )
- "The Kraken and the Pirates" (クラーケンと海賊 "Kurāken to Kaizoku" )
- "Adventure in the Ocean Depths" (深海の冒険 "Shinkai no Bōken" )
- "10,000 Meters Under the Sea" (海底1万m "Kaitei Ichiman Mētoru" )
- "The Undersea Paradise" (海底の楽園 "Kaitei no Rakuen" )
- "Adventure on Fishman Island" (魚人島の冒険 "Gyojintō no Bōken" )
- "Fortune-Teller Madam Shirley" (占い師マダム・シャーリー "Uranaishi Madamu Shārī" )
- "Hody Jones" (ホーディ・ジョーンズ "Hōdi Jōnzu" )
- "Led by the Shark They Saved" (助けたサメに連れられて "Tasuketa Same ni Tsurerarete" )
- "The Mermaid Princess in Hard Shell Tower" (硬殻塔の人魚姫 "Kōkaku Tō no Ningyo Hime" )
- "What's Done Is Done" (やっちまったモンはしょうがねェ "Yatchimatta Mon wa Shō ga nē" )
As they near Fishman Island, the Straw Hats are attacked by the New Fishman Pirates, a crew of hostile fishmen, and fall overboard. Though separated again, the Straw Hats are able to make it to shore thanks to the friendlier fishmen and mermaids of the island. Luffy immediately begins to seek out the rest of his crew, while reconnecting with friends he has not seen in two years and exploring the island. When Madam Shirley, a fortuneteller, predicts that Luffy will destroy the island, the Straw Hats are invited to the royal palace. However, it is revealed to be a plot to detain them and save the island. When the Straw Hats assembled there learn of this they are forced to defeat the island's king Neptune and his royal guard and take control of the palace to avoid capture. 63 Otohime and Tiger
Otohime to Taigā (オトヒメとタイガー)
August 4, 2011
July 3, 2012
- "The Curse of Target-Target (マトマトの呪い "Mato Mato no Noroi" )
- "Anniversary of Revenge" (復讐の記念日 "Fukushū no Kinenbi" )
- "The Major Incident on Coral Hill" (サンゴヶ丘で大事件 "Sangogaoka de Daijiken" )
- "Proposal" (プロポーズ Puropōzu" )
- "At the Ocean Forest" (海の森にて "Umi no Mori nite" )
- "The Longed-For Amusement Park" (憧れの遊園地 "Akogare no Yūenchi" )
- "Otohime and Tiger" (オトヒメとタイガー "Otohime to Taigā" )
- "The Pirates of the Sun" (タイヨウの海賊団 "Taiyō no Kaizoku-dan" )
- "Pirate Fisher Tiger" (海賊フィッシャー・タイガー "Kaizoku Fisshā Taigā" )
- "Queen Otohime" (オトヒメ王妃 "Otohime Ōhi" )
- "Noninherited Will" (受け継がない意志 "Uketsuganai Ishi" )
- "The Three Neptune Brothers" (ネプチューン3兄弟 "Nepuchūn San Kyōdai" )
Vander Decken, a fishman with the power of the Target-Target Fruit, and Hody Jones, the leader of the New Fishman Pirates, join forces to start the complete destruction of Fishman Island. Meanwhile, Luffy befriends the island's princess Shirahoshi. Luffy and most of the Straw Hats flee and eventually regroup with Jimbei. They learn that Jimbei released Arlong into the East Blue, and also learn of the island's history. Sixteen years ago, Jimbei and Arlong are members of the Sun Pirates, a pirate group led by Fisher Tiger. The Sun Pirates eventually become infamous. However, Tiger discovers an enslaved girl named Koala and they travel to his hometown. However, Tiger dies after being attacked by the Marines on a trap and refusing a blood treatment. Jimbei eventually becomes the Sun Pirates' captain and Arlong - frustrated with this action - decides to go his separate ways. After becoming a Warlord by the World Government, Jimbei disbands the pirates. Meanwhile, Otohime tries to help ban discrimination against fishmen and humans, but is assassinated and since has her three sons and her daughter protect the queen's ideals. 64 100,000 vs. 10
Jūman Bāsasu Jū (10万vs.10)
November 4, 2011
September 4, 2012
- "You Have My Gratitude" (かたじけない "Katajikenai" )
- "Major Cleanup" (大掃除 "Ōsōji" )
- "The Former Warlord Stands in the Way" (立ち塞がる元七武海 "Tachifusagaru Moto Shichibukai" )
- "On a Rampage" (暴れ出す "Abaredasu" )
- "Gyoncorde Plaza" (ギョンコルド広場 "Gyonkorudo Hiroba" )
- "I Already Knew" (知ってた "Shitteta" )
- "Friend or Foe?" (敵か味方か "Teki ka Mikata ka" )
- "100,000 vs. 10" (10万vs.10 "Jūman Bāsasu Jū" )
- "So Disgusting It Makes Me Fly" (空を飛ぶ程悍ましい "Sora o Tobu Hodo Ozamashii" )
- "The General From the Future Land" (未来国からきた将軍 "Miraikoku kara Kita Shōgun" )
Nami forgives Jimbei for his actions and reveals that she has no resentment towards fishmen, except Arlong. Meanwhile, Hody broadcasts his message to Fishman Island via a Transponder Snail, announcing details of the coup d'etat to take over the kingdom and kill all of the Straw Hat Pirates for defeating Arlong, leaving everyone in a panic. Luffy decides to go rescue the rest of his crew, but Jimbei conceives a plan. Jimbei, Shirahoshi and Megalo rush to the palace and it is revealed to Jimbei that Hody was responsible for assassinating Otohime. Using Megalo and Nami's Mirage Tempo technique, the Straw Hat Pirates appear before the people of Fishman Island and not only have they used the Celestial Dragon's letter and Otohime's petition. In the ensuing fight with Hody, Luffy and the Straw Hats take out most of Hody's men. However, in a desperate attempt to destroy the island, Vander Decken uses his devil fruit powers to hurl the Noah, an ancient ship, in an effort to destroy everything around it.
Chapters not yet in tankōbon format
These chapters have yet to be published in a tankōbon volume. They were originally serialized in issues of Weekly Shōnen Jump from September to November 2011.
- "The Ancient Ark" (古の方舟 "Inishie no Hakobune" )
- "Runaway-hoshi" (にげほし "Nigehoshi" )
- "I'll Protect Everything" (全部守る "Zenbu Mamoru" )
- "Right Above Fishman Island" (魚人島直上 "Gyojintō Chokujō" )
- "What Are You?" (お前は何だ "Omae wa Nan da" )
- "Complete Loss of Face" (面目など丸潰れ "Menmoku nado Marutsubure" )
- "Phantom" (ファントム "Fantomu" )
- "To Zero" (ゼロに "Zero ni" )
- "Death Is Also Revenge" (死もまた復讐 "Shi mo Mata Fukushū" )
- "Frog" (カエル "Kaeru" )
- "Stop, Noah!" (止まれノア "Tomare Noa" )
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