List of One Piece chapters (389–594)
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 gathers himself a ragtag crew of heroic 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 41 Declaration of War
Sensen Fukoku (宣戦布告)
April 4, 2006
April 6, 2010
The Straw Hats and CP9, plus their two captives, face each other down. Robin once again insists that she doesn't want to go with them and that she wants to die. When Luffy tells her that she can die as a part of the crew instead, Robin experiences a flashback to her childhood. Raised on an island of archaeologists, Robin and the rest of the islanders discovered the secret of the void century, a period in time that the government forbids anyone to know. To prevent knowledge of the void century from spreading the island and all of its inhabitants (sans Robin) were destroyed. Aokiji had allowed Robin to escape, challenging her to find friends and to live. Realizing that she had almost given up on both Robin decides she wants to live with the rest of the Straw Hats. Touched by their words, Franky reveals that the blueprints to Pluton have been hidden on his person and he promptly destroys them, giving CP9 no further reason to keep him in custody. 42 Pirates vs. CP9
Kaizoku vs CP9 (海賊 VS CP9)
July 4, 2006
April 6, 2010
The Straw Hats and Franky break off and engage CP9 in battle. Unsuited for the initials pairings, the crew exchanges opponents to improve their chances of victory, allowing two members of CP9 to be defeated. Meanwhile, Luffy follows Robin's captors, CP9 leader Spandam and CP9's strongest member Rob Lucci. Lucci fights Luffy in order to give Spandam time to take Robin to the government's inescapable prisons. Spandam, while trying to call for help, instead accidentally triggers the destruction of the Straw Hats, summoning the world government to destroy Enies Lobby and whoever is on it. 43 Legend of a Hero
Eiyū Densetsu (英雄伝説)
September 4, 2006
April 6, 2010
With the destruction of Enies Lobby imminent, all the government personnel begin to evacuate. The Straw Hats continue fighting and, with the exception of Luffy vs. Lucci, defeat the remaining members of CP9. Their battles won, they all team up and hurry to stop Robin from being taken past the point of no return. They succeed and Robin is freed. 44 Let's Go Back
December 4, 2006
May 4, 2010
As the battle between Luffy and Lucci rages on, the destruction of Enies Lobby commences. The members of Galley-La and the "Franky Family" evacuate like the government employees had, and the Straw Hats secure an escape route to use after Lucci's defeat. Once Luffy wins however, Enies Lobby's destroyers unite their efforts to finishing off the crew that beat CP9. Just when they lose their last piece of refuge the Straw Hats are able to escape on the Merry, it having come to save them in their time of need. The crew escapes on the Merry and joins with Galley-La and the Frankies in returning to Water Seven. The Merry begins to break down during the trip, so with heavy hearts the crew says goodbye to the Merry and gives it a Viking funeral. 45 You Have My Sympathies
Shinchū Osasshisuru (心中お察しする)
March 2, 2007
May 4, 2010
When they return to Water Seven, Franky decides to build a new ship for the Straw Hats. As they wait for him to finish they are visited by a contingent of marines led by Monkey D. Garp, Luffy's grandfather. Though on opposing sides of the law, Garp only wants to spend some time with his grandson and leaves without confrontation. Meanwhile, the Straw Hats learn that they have been blamed for the destruction of Enies Lobby and have had bounties put on their heads because of it. Since Franky has also received a bounty he decides to join the Straw Hats after completing their ship. Usopp also officially rejoins the crew and they leave Water Seven. After a brief scuffle with Garp, who is forced by his superiors to try and capture Luffy, the Straw Hats continue on to their next adventure. Elsewhere, Luffy's brother, Portgas D. Ace, finds Blackbeard, the man he has spent the entirety of the series looking for. The two are drawn into a battle for which the outcome is not revealed until much later. 46 Adventure on Ghost Island
Gōsuto Airando no Bōken (ゴースト島の冒険)
July 4, 2007
May 4, 2010
The Straw Hat Pirates continue their adventure across the seas. After getting stuck in a fog that not even the sun can penetrate, the crew meets Brook, a skeleton that immediately agrees to join their crew. Unfortunately for the Straw Hats, Brook lost his shadow on the giant ship known as Thriller Bark and thus cannot accompany them outside the fog. Determined to have Brook as part of the crew, they go to Thriller Bark in order to get Brook's shadow back. Tony Tony Chopper, Usopp, and Nami serve as the first boarding party, and find that the ship is inhabited by zombies. When the rest of the Straw Hats follow suit they discover that Brook is not the only one who lost his shadow, and that much of the island-like ship's populace had their shadows stolen by Gecko Moria. 47 Cloudy, Partly Bony
Kumori Tokidoki Hone (くもり時々ホネ)
September 4, 2007
May 4, 2010
- "Gecko Moria of the Seven Warlords of the Sea" (王下七武海ゲッコー・モリア "Ōka Shichibukai Gekkō Moria" )
- "Demon from the Land of Ice" (氷の国から来た魔人 "Kōri no Kuni kara Kita Majin" )
- "Meat!!!" (肉〜〜!!! "Niku~~!!!" )
- "Anything but My Afro" (アフロだけは "Afuro dake wa" )
- "I Can't Just Die Hoping to be Forgiven" (死んでごめんじゃないでしょうに "Shin de Gomen ja nai Deshō ni" )
Moria mobilizes his zombies to capture the Straw Hats, who in turn try to reunite their two boarding parties. When they begin to engage Moria's forces in an effort to accomplish this goal, however, members of the crew mysteriously disappear. Brook explains this to be Moria's doing: he captures those that enter Thriller Bark, removes their shadows, and inserts them into patched-up corpses in order to reanimate them and create his own zombie army. The shadowless individuals are thus forced to stay out of the sunlight or risk their own destruction, meaning that most stay within the impenetrable fogs of Thriller Bark. With Sanji, Roronoa Zoro, and Monkey D. Luffy having lost their shadows and Nami similarly unaccounted for, the Straw Hats become determined to defeat Moria. 48 Adventures of Oars
Ōzu no Bōken (オーズの冒険)
December 4, 2007
May 4, 2010
- "Conquest Before Dawn!!" (夜明け前に取り返せ!! "Yoake Mae ni Torikaese!!" )
- "Ghost Buster" (ゴーストバスター "Gōsuto Basutā" )
- "Adventures of Oars" (オーズの冒険 "Ōzu no Bōken" )
- "Pirate Sanji vs. Mystery Man Absalom" (海賊サンジVS怪人アブサロム "Kaizoku Sanji VS Kaijin Abusaromu" )
- "Sanji's Dream" (サンジの夢 "Sanji no Yume" )
- "Pirate Usopp vs. Mystery Woman Perona" (海賊ウソップVS怪人ペローナ "Kaizoku Usoppu VS Purinsesu Perōna" )
- "Conclusion" (決着 "Ketchaku" )
- "Pirate Zolo vs. Samurai Ryuma" (海賊ゾロVS侍リューマ "Kaizoku Zoro VS Samurai Ryūma" )
- "Pirate Chopper vs. Mystery Man Hogback" (海賊チョッパーVS怪人ホグバック "Kaizoku Choppā VS Kaijin Hogubakku" )
- "Come Out Here, Straw Hat Pirates!" (出て来い麦わらの一味!!! "Dete Koi Mugiwara no Ichimi!!!" )
- "Oars vs. Straw Hat Pirates" (オーズVS麦わらの一味 "Ōzu VS Mugiwara no Ichimi" )
Just when the Straw Hats start looking for Moria they run into Oars, the gigantic zombie that has been given Luffy's shadow. Before they deal with him the crew splits up to get rid of the leaders of Moria's army. Sanji saves Nami from one of them, Usopp defeats another, and Nico Robin and Chopper take care of the third. Zoro, meanwhile, fights the zombie that houses Brook's shadow, and upon its defeat Brook is restored to his former self. Their immediate objectives completed, the crew turns its attention to Oars. 49 Nightmare Luffy
Naitomea Rufi (ナイトメア・ルフィ)
March 4, 2008
June 1, 2010
While Luffy chases Moria across Thriller Bark, his crew does their best to defeat Oars. Though they almost succeed, Oars is quickly joined by Moria, who gives Oars the advantage he needs to decimate the crew. Luffy, unaware that Moria has joined Oars, runs into a group of pirates that have all lost their shadows. Seeing Luffy as hope for freedom, they provide him with the means to bring down Moria: a hundred shadows that they've managed to take back from the island's zombies. Luffy engages Oars, and with the help of his crew they finally defeat the giant. With Thriller Bark's course having been left unattended, the fog begins to thin and the sun begins to rise. Seeing this as an effective way to get rid of the Straw Hats, Moria absorbs all of the island's shadows in order to kill time until sunrise. 50 Arriving Again
Futatabi Tadoritsuku (再び辿りつく)
June 4, 2008
June 1, 2010
Moria, like Luffy before him, is given the strength of all the shadows he has absorbed. Moria, however, has absorbed more shadows than he can handle, and with each successful blow Luffy lands on him he loses some of the excess shadows. When Luffy drops the whole of Thriller Bark upon him, Moria loses all of his shadows, which quickly return to their original owners. No longer fearing the sun, the Straw Hats and the inhabitants of Thriller Bark begin to celebrate, only to be cut short by the arrival of Bartholomew Kuma. A Warlord of the Sea, Kuma has been sent to take Luffy's head, something nobody on Thriller Bark will allow. Kuma easily deals with all of them but before he can kill Luffy, Zoro convinces him to spare the Straw Hat captain. Kuma leaves and they resume their celebration. With Brook free to walk in the sun, he joins the Straw Hats in leaving Thriller Bark and onto their next adventure. 51 The 11 Supernovas
Jūichinin no Chōshinsei (11人の超新星)
September 4, 2008
June 1, 2010
- "Iron Mask Duval" (鉄仮面のデュバル "Tetsu Kamen no Dyubaru" )
- "You Know Me" (知ってる "Shitteru" )
- "Duval's Tragedy" (デュバルの悲劇 "Dyubaru no Higeki" )
- "Gaon Cannon" (ガオン砲 "Gaon Hō" )
- "Yarukiman Mangrove" (ヤルキマン・マングローブ "Yarukiman Mangurōbu" )
- "Adventure on the Archipelago of Dancing Soap Bubbles" (シャボン舞う諸島の冒険 "Shabon Mau Shotō no Bōken" )
The Straw Hats arrive at the halfway point of their adventure: the Red Line that splits the oceans in two. As pirates and thus enemies of the World Government, their only way to get through the divider is by traveling under the sea. When they meet Hatchan and his friend Camie, they learn of a man who can outfit their ship for an undersea voyage. They arrive on the archipelago where he resides and start to search for him. While there they encounter the Celestial Dragons, the descendants of the founders of the World Government. Though angered by the Celestial Dragons' treatment of other people, Hatchan convinces the Straw Hats not to do anything or risk the full wrath of the Government. As they continue their search Camie is captured to be sold as a slave to the Celestial Dragons. In their attempt to rescue her Hatchan is shot by a Celestial Dragon, prompting Luffy to break his promise by punching him in anger. 52 Roger and Rayleigh
Rojā to Reirī (ロジャーとレイリー)
December 4, 2008
June 1, 2010
Having assaulted a Celestial Dragon, the Straw Hats have effectively declared war against the World Government. In doing so Silvers Rayleigh, the man they've been searching for, decides to reveal himself to the Straw Hats. He frees Camie, attends to Hatchan, and leaves the others to deal with the approaching Marines. With the help of some fellow pirate crews the Straw Hats are able to rendezvous with Rayleigh, the former first mate of the pirate king. Optimistic that the Straw Hats will be able to emulate the pirate king's successes, he agrees to outfit their ship. While waiting for him to finish the job the Straw Hats must elude the Marines that have been sent after them, something that proves difficult when they keep running into copies of Bartholomew Kuma. To complicate matters they are found by Kizaru, an admiral of the Marines that has effortlessly dealt with all the pirates that earlier helped the Straw Hats. Just as they are about the be defeated by the combined forces, Rayleigh and the real Kuma arrive to intervene. 53 Natural Born King
Ō no Shishitsu (王の資質)
March 4, 2009
June 1, 2010
While Rayleigh distracts Kizaru, the real Kuma confronts every member of the Straw Hats in turn. Despite their best efforts to escape Kuma defeats each and causes them to disappear. Some time later, Luffy appears on an island populated only by women. Although men are forbidden to set foot there, Luffy is able to befriend some of the islanders. When Boa Hancock, the leader of the island, learns of Luffy's presence, she petrifies his new friends in stone as punishment and sentences Luffy to be executed. When he shows no concern for his own fate and asks only that his friends be freed, Hancock falls in love with him and does as he asks. Now free to roam the island, Luffy hears that his brother, Portgas D. Ace, lost during his earlier battle with Blackbeard and is going to be executed by the World Government. Wanting to save Ace, Luffy asks Hancock to take him to the government prison, Impel Down. 54 Unstoppable
Mō Dare ni mo Tomerarenai (もう誰にも止められない)
June 4, 2009
July 6, 2010
- "Jimbei, First Son of the Sea" (海俠のジンベエ "Kaikyō no Jinbē" )
- "Level 2: Beast Hell" (LV2 猛獣地獄 "Reberu Tsū Mōjū Jigoku" )
- "From One Hell to Another" (地獄へ地獄へ "Jigoku e Jigoku e" )
- "Level 3: Starvation Hell" (LV3 飢餓地獄 "Reberu Surī Kiga Jigoku" )
- "Jailer Beast Minotaur" (獄卒獣ミノタウロス "Gokusotsujū Minotaurosu" )
As a pirate in the employ of the World Government, Hancock is able to sneak Luffy into Impel Down. Luffy attempts to avoid drawing attention to himself, but upon meeting up with his old nemesis, Buggy the Clown, the entire prison is alerted to his presence. Luffy and Buggy continue through the prison's first three levels, defeating what jailers they come across. At the same time they reunite with other pirates Luffy encountered in the past, recruiting their assistance in finding Ace. With Ace's execution only a few hours away, the chief warden, Magellan, sets out to personally stop Luffy. 55 A Ray of Hope
Jigoku ni Okama (地獄に仏)
September 4, 2009
October 5, 2010
Luffy is found by Magellan, who uses his poisonous abilities to bring Luffy to the brink of death. Luffy's old friend Bon Clay locates the inmate Emporio Ivankov in order to heal him, but his recovery takes several hours. When he wakes up he finds that Ace has already been taken to Marine Headquarters for his execution. Determined to save him, Luffy rallies the support of Iva and two of Impel Down's most dangerous prisoners: Sir Crocodile and Jimbei. Together they lead a prison break that spreads throughout Impel Down. 56 Thank You
December 4, 2009
February 1, 2011
- "Fish-Man Pirate Captain Jimbei, Warlord of the Sea" (魚人海賊団船長"七武海"ジンベエ "Gyojin Kaizoku-dan Senchō 'Shichibukai' Jinbē" )
- "Island Ripper" (島破り "Shimayaburi" )
- "Thank You" (ありがとう "Arigatō" )
- "Battleship" (出撃の艦 "Shutsugeki no Fune" )
- "Navy Headquarters" (海軍本部 "Kaigun Honbu" )
- "Whitebeard of The Four Emperors" (四皇"白ひげ" "Yonkō 'Shirohige'" )
The escaped prisoners make way for Impel Down's exit, dealing with the prison guards that try to stop them. When Magellan begins to thin their numbers, Blackbeard arrives to assist Luffy by holding him off. Even though he wants to take revenge on Blackbeard for Ace's capture, Luffy escapes with the other inmates. They procure a boat and set sail for Marine headquarters, Bon Clay staying behind to grant them passage. Meanwhile, with Ace's execution imminent, the reason for his death is given: it is not because he is a leading member of Whitebeard's pirate crew, but because he is the son of the pirate king Gol D. Roger. 57 Summit Battle
Chōjō Kessen (頂上決戦)
March 4, 2010
June 7, 2011
- "Ace and Whitebeard" (エースと白ひげ "Ēsu to Shirohige" )
- "Summit Battle" (頂上決戦 "Chōjō Kessen" )
- "Admiral Akainu" (大将赤犬 "Taishō Akainu" )
- "Oars and the Hat" (オーズと笠 "Ōzu to Kasa" )
- "Justice Will Prevail!" (正義は勝つ!! "Seigi wa Katsu!!" )
- "Luffy and Whitebeard" (ルフィと白ひげ "Rufi to Shirohige" )
- "Little Brother" (弟 "Otōto" )
Whitebeard, the strongest of the four strongest pirates in the world, arrives with his forces to free Ace. As he and the Marines begin their war to determine Ace's fate, the world watches the events of the battle unfold on television. Whitebeard's pirates are slow to gain any ground, and it is not until the arrival of Luffy and the other Impel Down escapees that they are able to break through the Marines' barricade. In an effort to eliminate all of them, the Marines box the pirates in and cut off the telecast, wishing to keep the world from witnessing the coming slaughter. 58 The Name of This Era is "Whitebeard"
Kono Jidai no Na o "Shirohige" to Yobu (この時代の名を"白ひげ"と呼ぶ)
June 4, 2010
September 13, 2011
- "Have It Your Way!" (勝手にしやがれ "Katte ni Shiyagare" )
- "White Monster" (白い怪物 "Shiroi Kaibutsu" )
- "The Bridge of Life" (命の懸橋 "Inochi no Kakehashi" )
- "The Execution Platform" (処刑台 "Shokeidai" )
- "The Times They Are A-Changin'" (The Times They Are A-Changin' —時代は変わる— "The Times They Are A-Changin' - Jidai wa Kawaru" )
- "The Name of This Era is 'Whitebeard'" (この時代の名を"白ひげ"と呼ぶ "Kono Jidai no Na o 'Shirohige' to Yobu" )
The pirates suffer heavy casualties. Whitebeard goes on the offensive, using his ability to create earthquakes to protect his men, but he too is mortally wounded. Despite the insurmountable odds, Luffy continues trying to reach Ace. His resolve causes the pirates to rally around him, giving him enough support to finally reach and rescue his brother. Having succeeded, the pirates begin to retreat and the Marines, determined to not completely lose control of the situation, focus their efforts on stopping Luffy and Ace. The worldwide telecast is restored just as Ace is dealt a fatal blow protecting Luffy from admiral Akainu. 59 The Death of Portgaz D. Ace
Pōtogasu Dī Ēsu Shisu (ポートガス・D・エース死す)
August 4, 2010
December 6, 2011
- "The Death of Portgaz D. Ace" (ポートガス・D・エース死す "Pōtogasu Dī Ēsu Shisu" )
- "Voiceless Rage" (言葉なき怒り "Kotobanaki Ikari" )
- "The Great Pirate Edward Newgate" (大海賊エドワード・二ューゲート, "Daikaizoku Edowādo Nyūgēto" )
- "Outrageous Events One After Another" (畳み掛ける大事件 "Tatamikakeru Daijiken" )
- "A Gift" (新時代へ贈るもの "Shinjidai e Okurumono" )
Ace dies from his injuries. Luffy is devastated by the loss and the pirates, having failed to rescue Ace, flee. Whitebeard tries to avenge Ace, but he is killed by Blackbeard and his own crew of Impel Down escapees. Blackbeard absorbs Whitebeard's ability to create earthquakes and uses it to lay waste to Marine Headquarters. When the battle turns into a battle royale between Blackbeard, the Marines, and the retreating pirates, Red-Haired Shanks, Luffy's idol, intervenes and convinces all sides to stop fighting. As the world comes to grips with all that happened during the war, Hancock takes Luffy back to the island of women to recover. Luffy spends his time there reflecting on how he, Ace, and a boy named Sabo, despite having completely different backgrounds, came to consider each other brothers. 60 My Brother
Otōto yo (弟よ)
November 4, 2010
January 3, 2012
After Sabo was killed by a Celestial Dragon for being "human garbage", Luffy and Ace vowed to always look out for each other. With Ace now dead, Luffy believes he has nothing to live for. When he remembers that he still has his crew, Luffy makes plans to go back to the archipelago where they were last together. Rayleigh, having tracked Luffy down, advises against this; not only would they just be defeated again, but the World Government is now after Luffy because of his recent actions. Rayleigh suggests an alternative approach. They briefly go to and assault Marine Headquarters, something that becomes a major news story. The other Straw Hats, having been sent to different parts of the world by Kuma, quickly learn of this and find hidden meaning in Luffy's return.
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