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‘One Piece’ News, Updates: Anime Heading To Reverie And Wano Arc In 2017 Manga

By Mandy Adams , Dec 19, 2016 12:00 PM EST
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"One Piece" will enter a new arc in 2017. Eiichiro Oda was not present during the Jump Festa panel but the voice actors were. The panel revealed exciting news about the direction of the series for the upcoming year and what the fans can expect.

"One Piece" Anime Jump Festa Panel

"One Piece" manga is one of the most popular manga series ever made. Oda did not make a personal appearance at the event but, in a way, he was still part of the Jump Festa. Through a letter, he revealed that "One Piece" will see the continuation of the Whole Cake arc in 2017. Aside from the said arc which is currently the episodes covered by the anime, "One Piece" will explore the Reverie arc and the Wano arc.

These arcs are among the most exciting arcs in the series and are bound to make fans more excited about what the Straw Hat Pirates will do next. Aside from the three arcs, fans can also look forward to the Marineford arc next year although it will not be part of the manga but of the popular "One Piece" kabuki which will play at Tokyo's Shimbashi Playhouse from Oct. 6 to Nov. 25, 2017.

A dedicated magazine for "One Piece" will be released within the year. There was also an announcement that the magazine will feature the story about "a certain flame-flame fruit user."

"One Piece" Manga New Arcs

A lot of fans have been speculating about the next arc in Oda's manga. For years, there have been rumors that the Reverie arc and the Wano arc will be the next to happen. This time, it is official and fans can rest assured that there will be chapters that will be released for these two arcs.

"One Piece" is a manga created by Oda and it is published by Shueisha in the Weekly Shōnen Jump.

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