Episode 1076 focuses on Kaido’s backstory and Luffy finally liberating the Wano Kingdom. Now that the war between Kaido and Luffy is finally over, the Straw Hats may be celebrating their next victory.
Episode 1077 is only a few hours away from airing today. Here’s everything you need to know about it, including release date, preview images, and countdown.
One Piece Episode 1077 Preview
The official YouTube channel for the One Piece anime adaptation has released a preview video for Episode 1077, intriguingly titled “Curtain Fall! Winner, Straw Hat Luffy.”
Episode 1077 will focus on the party after the Wano Arc, when everyone will celebrate Luffy’s victory over the evil dragon Kaido.
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One Piece episode 1077 release time
In Japan, episode 1077 is scheduled to air at 9:30 a.m. Japan Standard Time on September 24, 2023.
For viewers in the United States, One Piece episode 1077 will be available to stream at 5:30 p.m. PST on Saturday, September 23.
For those watching from other parts of the world, here are the release times in different international time zones:
India: 6:00 a.m. September 24, 2023Japan: 9:30 a.m. September 24, 2023USA: 8:30 p.m., September 23, 2023 (Eastern Time)Europe: 2:30 a.m., September 24, 2023, in France and GermanyAsia: 8:30 a.m., September 24, 2023, in Philippines and Malaysia ; 7:30 am in Indonesia
Countdown episode 1077 of One Piece
The countdown for Episode 1077 is as follows:
Summary of episode 1076
Episode 1076 is titled “The World Luffy Wants.” The episode is filled with transitions between the final blows between Kaido and Luffy and Kaido’s backstory. Kaido was born a child with good physical strength and was famous around the world.
The Marines came looking for him in his kingdom, hoping to recruit him. But because he always refused their offers, they bought him out of his kingdom, which angered Kaido. So whenever they bring Kaido back to their headquarters, he escapes.
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The escapades continued until Rocks D. Xebec recruited him as his subordinate and one of the most important pirate groups was formed. But Kaido escaped from Rocks’ group and went to Wano, where he established his rule by oppressing the people.
In this flashback, we see Luffy struggling as Kaido begins to overpower him. On the other hand, Mononosuke began to release clouds of fire, causing Onigashima to stay in the air a little longer. The fight continues as Kaido taunts Luffy about what kind of world he is trying to create.
Luffy reloads his “Bajrang Gun” and attacks Kaido with full force; while answering, he is trying to create a world where people can eat as much as they want. This was the final exchange of blows between these two Emperors, as this attack sent Kaido flying to the ground.
And now, after 20 years of hardship and struggle, the Kingdom of Wano has been liberated, as Monkey D. Luffy has defeated Kaido.
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Luffy stands in mid-air with his head held high, making his iconic laugh. All the samurai present in Onigashima were happy, and the people of the Flower Capital continued to pray because they had no idea that they had been liberated.
Where to watch One Piece?
“One Piece” airs every weekend on most Japanese TV channels, including Fuji TV.
For international anime fans, “One Piece” can be streamed legally on platforms such as Netflix, Crunchyroll, bilibili, Amazon Prime, Funimation, and Disney+. Please note that availability may vary depending on your region.