The War For Wano arc has already ended in the pages of One Piece manga, with the anime still looking to translate some of the greatest moments of the fight between Luffy and his Straw Hat Pirates and Kaido and his Beast Pirates. While the Straw Hats are still feeling the aftermath of the Wano Arc, a fan artist has taken the opportunity to portray one of the greatest moments following the end of the Wano War, bringing together some of the most great inhabitants of the isolated nation as a new future awaited them.
One of the biggest moments the anime adaptation has yet to cover is the arrival of Luffy’s latest and most powerful transformation, with Gear Fifth giving the Straw Hat Pirate the ability to transform. into a living cartoon. Despite creating faces that could only be found in something like Looney Tunes, Gear Fifth can also help Luffy grow astronomically large and even unleash attacks that involve Monkey plucking a bolt of lightning from the sky and throwing it at his opponents. Unfortunately, Eiichiro Oda is currently working on the final Straw Hats saga, as the Shonen tale is about to bring the Grand Line story to a close.
Twitter artist Justin96636 described one of the greatest moments in the end of the War For Wano arc, in which the people of Wano Country finally saw how their future would change following Luffy’s victory and resistance fighters on Kaido. , Big Mom and the savage army that were the Beast Pirates:
Dog Chih Kang artwork – ukiyoe style onepiece 2022 pic.twitter.com/xQ817P5UqA
— 簡志剛 (@Justin96636) June 7, 2022
One Piece the manga is set to go on hiatus before the final arc begins, giving Oda some time to craft what could be the Shonen franchise’s biggest story yet. With Wano set to continue into the future under the rule of Kozuki Oden’s son, Momonosuke, it will be interesting to see how this country comes into play with the final storyline and how Kaido’s defeat will set the stage for what could be the Straw. . Hats off last trip.
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