One Piece 1062 first reference to the chapter

One Piece 1062: first reference to the chapter

One Piece 1062: The first hint of the new chapter comes from the spoiler man. Here’s what it is

A few days after the official release, the first hint of the arrives Chapter 1062 of One Piece. We had left the crew divided into two groups: On the one hand, Luffy, Jinbe and Chopper, accompanied by Jewerly Bonney, landed on Egghead, on the other hand, the remains of the Mugiwara still on the Sunny are being salvaged at sea by a woman, steered by a giant robot. who introduces herself as a scientist to the world government, Vegapunk.

At the moment, the information spread by Spoilerman via Twitter does not tell us much. It’s about a rather vague gif which we share here:

“I knew it,” “I knew it,” that’s the first clue. From what is theorized on the internet the phrase would refer to the identity of Vegapunk. For many it was confirmed in 1062 that the woman who appeared in the last chapter is not really the scientist, or rather that her true appearance is not.

At the moment we have no further information, but new information will certainly arrive in the next few hours official spoilers will have to wait for Tuesday October 4th.

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one piece is a manga written and drawn by Eiichiro Odaserialized in the Japanese magazine Shūeisha’s weekly shōnen jump dated July 19, 1997. The publisher also regularly collects the chapters in tankōbon format volumes, the first of which was released on December 24. The Italian edition is published by Star Comics, which began publishing in books equivalent to the Japanese volumes on July 1, 2001.

The story follows the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy, a boy whose body took on the properties of rubber after accidentally ingesting the devil fruit Gomu Gomu. Gathering a crew, Luffy explores the Grand Line in search of the legendary One Piece treasure and dreams of becoming the new Pirate King.

One Piece will be adapted into an anime television series produced by Toei animation and aired in Japan on Fuji TV from October 20, 1999. The Italian edition is published by Merak Film and aired on Italia 1 from November 5, 2001 and then continued on Italia 2 in 2012; Originally titled All’arrembaggio! The series had several name changes throughout the season before settling on the original One Piece.

Toei Animation also produced 11 television specials, 13 anime films, two 3D shorts, one ONA and one OAV. Several companies have drawn merchandise of various types such as soundtracks, video games, and toys.

One Piece was extraordinarily successful. Several volumes of the manga broke sales and first run records in Japan. With a circulation of 300 million copies (as of 2014), the work is the best-selling manga in the world. On June 15, 2015, it was also inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records as the single-author comic series with the largest published circulation of over 320 million copies.