Fans of the One Piece manga were disappointed when chapter 1032 was delayed last week, but a new release date and spoilers have since been revealed.
It’s an exciting time for fans of the One Piece franchise!
Not only is the anime barrelling towards its 1000th episode, but Netflix has just released more information about their upcoming live-action adaptation.
However, fans of the original manga were disappointed to hear that the hit series was delayed last week. Thankfully, both a new release date and the first spoilers for One Piece chapter 1032 have been shared online!
One Piece chapter 1032 delayed…
Unfortunately, there was not a new chapter of One Piece last week, with the 1032nd instalment of the hit manga delayed.
The series makes a habit of taking regular breaks every five chapters or so, in order to give author Eiichiro Oda appropriate breaks to maintain the quality of content.
Therefore, fans shouldn’t be concerned about the most-recent delay and can rest assured that the production team are working hard on the series.
One Piece chapter 1032: Release date and time
One Piece chapter 1032 will now release around the world on Sunday, November 21st, 2021, as confirmed by the official series page on Viz Media.
The upcoming chapter will now launch online from the following international times, per Manga Plus:
- Pacific Time: 7 AM
- Central Time: 9 AM
- Eastern Time: 10 AM
- British Time: 3 PM
- European Time: 4 PM
- India Time: 8.30 PM
- Philippine Time: 11 PM
This article will be updated if there is an update to the scheduled release of One Piece 1032.
Have any spoilers leaked online?
Yes, the first spoilers for One Piece chapter 1032 started to circulate online earlier this week.
The chapter will be titled ‘The Beloved Sword of Oden’ and opens with Marco transforming into a Phoenix and going with Izou.
Cut to the 2nd lower floor and we see Fuuga and Yamato running together, being friendly as we see Fuuga is similar to a centaur.
CP0 attempts to follow the pair but is injured when debris from the fire Youkai falls through multiple levels of the castle.
Apoo finds CP0 and takes photos to sell to Morgans, but as CP0 knows Drake’s true identity; a fight starts between CP0 against Drake and Apoo.
Meanwhile, King and Zoro are viciously fighting one another, with King in a special dinosaur form.
King returns to his human form and crosses swords with Zoro, who is trying to figure out what exactly King is: “If I don’t solve the mystery, I won’t be able to defeat him!”
However, Zoro hears something in the distance; the Enma Sword is reacting to the sound of a Shamisen.
Orochi also hears the sound and starts to approach the place where it appears to originate from, where he meets…Komurasaki!
You can find a more detailed breakdown of the spoilers via OPSpoiler Twitter page.
Netflix reveals more information on series…
It’s been a massive week for fans of the One Piece franchise, following the recent reveal of the first cast members for Netflix’s upcoming live-action adaptation.
- Luffy: Inaki Godoy (Who Killed Sarah?)
- Zoro: Mackenyu (Rurouni Kenshin)
- Nami: Emily Rudd (Fear Street Part 2)
- Usopp: Jacob Gibson (Greenleaf)
- Sanji: Taz Skylar (The Kill Team)
You can find more information about Mackenyu as Zoro here, and a detailed breakdown of all the series news here.
Countdown begins to episode 1000
The upcoming episode of the One Piece anime series will be a historic one for the franchise, the landmark 1000th instalment!
The episode will launch around the world this weekend, either on Saturday, November 20th or Sunday, November 21st depending on your location.
You can find a detailed breakdown of the launch for episode 1000th here.
One Piece to feature at Jump Festa
The One Piece franchise is certainly on a high right now, and fans can look forward to even more news next month at Jump Festa 22.
The event that celebrates everything Shonen will take place in December and it was recently revealed that One Piece will have its own stage again.
The stage will take place on December 18th at 4:10 PM JST and will feature a special letter from author Eiichiro Oda.
By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]