Warning: Spoilers for the Anime, Manga and Movie One Piece: StampedeGear 5 Luffy demonstrated some intuitive and powerful attacks against Kaido in the epic A piece anime battle, but his biggest move came out of one of the franchise’s best films. While Luffy and Kaido’s fight has been going on for a long time, fans finally have a release date for Wano’s climax. Episode #1074 sees Luffy prepare his final attack, a fist comically large that rivals the now floating island of Onigashima. However, fans who have seen the anime where Luffy fights the former member of the Pirate King’s crew will have a familiar feeling from the anime’s giant attack.
In 2019, One Piece: Stampede, the 14th film in the franchise, was released in theaters and delivered one of the most action-packed hours and 41 minutes an anime fan of pirate epics could have. desire. Although the events of the film are not canon, it does provide an extremely powerful enemy in the form of Douglas Bullet, a former member of the Roger Pirates who single-handedly fought Luffy and most of The worst generation of pirates. His defeat required great teamwork among unlikely allies and included one of Usopp’s most incredible achievements that greatly aided Luffy. The Straw Hat Captain successfully sprung one of Usopp’s traps with the most devastating punch the series had seen until episode #1074 of the anime.
One Piece: Stampede ruined Luffy’s final Wano arc attack
The final stage of Stampede sees characters such as Law, Hancock, and Vice Admiral Smoker teaming up to attack Bullet while Luffy attacks. By blowing air into his arms, the rubber man inflated his fist to the size of a mountain. At the same time, his enemy was distracted, and when ready, Luffy’s Gear 4 Bounce Man form flew into the battlefield, performing the strongest attack Luffy has ever created. Like all great warriors, Luffy shouts out his finishing move, calling it the “King-Gum King King King Kong Gun,” making up for the lack of creativity in its name with its devastating power. its harshness. However, the Rubber Pirate Emperor’s Gear 5 power doesn’t require much preparation time to create an extremely similar attack.
The final struggle between Gear 5 Luffy and Kaido began in One Piece episode #1074. With the attack targeting Kaido being a combination of Armament and Conqueror Haki plus Luffy’s Gear 5 power, it could be stronger than the massive attack used near the end of One Piece: Stampede. Kaido confronts the new attack dubbed “Bajrang Gum-Gum Gun” head-on with his own powerful technique in a spirited battle over the skies of Onigashima. Regardless, both of Luffy’s big fist attacks are necessary against enemies that reach One Piece’s Pirate King level.
The Gum-Gum Bajrang gun carries more weight than three King Kong guns
Luffy attacking his enemies with his bulging fists is nothing new to the One Piece franchise, but only recently has the young Pirate Emperor reached a level of power that allows him to deliver powerful blows. Such a large-scale attack. With One Piece: Stampede releasing in 2019 and Luffy’s giant Gear 5 Gum-Gum Bajrang Gun debuting in April 2022 in chapter #1047, it’s not a stretch to imagine that Oda and his staff enjoyed Stampede’s attack so much that they found a way to add something similar to it into the official One Piece canon. When A piece As the anime’s current battle ends, fans will better understand how devastating the new attack is compared to Luffy’s scariest punch.
Watch the latest episodes of A piece and Stampede Movies on Crunchyroll and Funimation.
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