The live-action Zoro himself, Mackenyu, stars in a new commercial celebrating the upcoming 25th anniversary of the One Piece anime in 2024, as well as the latest episode (107). The 30-second clip is part of a special promotion called “Hitotsunagi no 150 Byou” or “150 seconds of One Piece”. Mackenyu was attended by representatives of companies closely associated with the series, including BANDAI, BANDAI SPIRITS, Bandai Namco, Toei and Toei Animation. This commercial first aired in episode 1080. Watch the five 30-second commercials that make up 150 Seconds of One Piece here:
One Piece episode 107 will consist of 12 chapters (1077-1088) and release on November 2, 2023. It includes the prologue of the Egghead Arc, which continues the ongoing Wano Arc in the anime. The One Piece anime debuted on October 20, 1999 and has had 15 theatrical films. The latest One Piece film: Red is the most successful film in the series, grossing more than $200 million worldwide. You can read One Piece episode 107 on VIZ Media or MANGA Plus.
Crunchyroll aired the anime series and depicted Wano: The country of Wano is under the control of Kurozumi Orochi, Kaido of Yonko, and his band of Beasts Pirates. The Straw Hats form an alliance with the Heart Pirates, the Weasel Tribe, and the Kozuki Family to liberate the Land of Wano, but when old enemies reappear, their mission becomes much more difficult. Luffy, after facing defeat at the hands of Kaido, is locked up in Udon Prison, where a surprising member of the Worst Generation is also being held! Meanwhile, Robin has the opportunity to go undercover and spy on Wano’s General Orochi as the remaining Straw Hats and their allies begin to carry out the coup they plan to carry out on the night of the Feast Fire Society. Luffy’s journey takes him and his group to the ruins of Oden Castle where Kin’emon tells them about his past and his plans to fight at Onigashima. The Straw Hats seek allies in Wano Country, but Kaido will not let them operate freely under his strict supervision.
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