Generating interesting and imaginative fan theories is a common practice among the One Piece fan community, and one newcomer to the idea of Monkey D. Luffy’s mother’s name.
Posted by Twitter user Chancil, the theory is based on the similar names of Roronoa Zoro and Vinsmoke Sanji’s mothers – Tera and Sora, respectively – and suggests that “Luffy’s mother’s name should also end in -Ra. ” Chancil raises the possibility of “Aurora”, arguing that “Aurora is the goddess of DAWN, while Luffy is the one who will bring The Dawn of the World.” Another Twitter user who seemed to agree with the idea suggested “Mira” as a potential choice, pointing out that the name refers to the ocean in its meaning.
One Piece fan theory about Luffy’s mother
The speculation surrounding a name may not be the only theory about Luffy’s mother’s identity. One striking and wild theory asserts that comic book readers and anime viewers met him; This long-standing and controversial theory states that none other than the mafia boss and former Warlord of the Sea Crocodile gave birth to One Piece’s lovable and adventurous protagonist. It uses everything from additional artwork by mangaka Eiichiro Oda to the story’s timeline to the character’s connection to Okama Kingdom leader Emporio Ivankov to support its claim.
Other One Piece fan theories include discussions about former Navy Admiral Kuzan’s motives and goals as the story comes to an epic conclusion, and conjecture about potential omens in Bink’s Sake shabby. Of course, not all fan theories will be proven true after One Piece wraps up its decades-long run, and Oda has debunked a few theories. Most notably, the mangaka has allayed anxiety in the fan community by firmly stating that the nominal treasure “is not the ‘straw Hat tie’.”
One Piece gives fans tons of speculation
One Piece first appeared in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump in 1997 and has produced over 1,000 individual chapters, giving fans plenty of material to build on. The story follows Luffy, a young pirate captain with a rubber body and dreams of becoming the next Pirate King, as he and his eclectic crew sail across the Grand Line.
Oda’s masterpiece is considered the best-selling manga of all time, with more than 516 million copies sold globally. In addition, Toei Animation’s anime adaptation won the Best Next Feature category at this year’s Crunchyroll Anime Awards.
The One Piece manga is distributed in North America by VIZ Media.