Everything We Know about One Piece Episode 975
One Piece made its debut in October 1999, since then, it has garnered the attention of anime fans the world over. Recently, the show has created a new record in the pages of history by finishing its 1000 chapters. Following the release of its 974 episode, viewers are eagerly awaiting its next episode. The last episode followed the ‘legendary hour’. Here’s everything from the release date and plot details of One Piece Episode 975 that we know so far:
Spoiler Alert: What has happened in the last episode of One Piece?
Episode 974 covered the execution of Kozuki Oden. Oden’s love for Wano Country and its people is something that cannot be understood. Shinobu’s words leave the crowd in awe. Furthermore, Fukurokuju intervenes with Shinobu. Orochi denies people’s plea to spare the life of Oden and gives instructions to throw arrows and bullets at the people. Oden realizes that he would not make it and hence, orders his retainers to unlock the Wano’s borders to the world. Orochi makes changes to its plans and declares that instead of being boiled alive, he would be shot. Oden saved the Akazaya Nine by giving up his life in return. After being shot by Kaido, Oden experiences his last. He is also informed in his last hour that Higurashi has met the same fate as him.
What to expect in One Piece Episode 975?
Episode 975 titled ‘The Castle on Fire! The Fate of the Kozuki Clan’ will see Kaido and Orochi conspiring to assassinate Oden’s family in the Oden castle in Kuri and its crew setting the castle on fire. Fans will also witness Toki’s using her magical powers to transport her children and other retainers to the future, which was Oden’s order. Surely, more elements of surprise are coming in Episode 975.
When will One Piece Episode 975 air?
The episode is all set to drop on the streaming platforms on 23rd May 2021. Initially, the show will premiere on Fuji TV in Japan before being available for the rest of the world. You can watch the episode on anime streaming services including Crunchyroll and Funimation. You can enjoy it in Japanese audio with subtitles in English.
Directed by Tatsuya Nagamine, Kōhei Kureta, and Aya Komaki, the anime is bringing fresh content to the anime world. Shōji Yonemura is penning down the series script while Kohei Tanaka and Shirō Hamaguchi are composing the background score.
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