One Piece Chapter 990 Review/Recap We’ve already seen it happen countless times throughout the course of One Piece, people. The good guys face a seemingly impossible situation, and it looks … Continue Reading A Lone Force To Tip the Scales
As Kaido’s apparent son, Yamato’s likely to be very powerful. However, we still don’t know enough about him to decide whose side he’s on. If that sounds confusing, then you’ll need to see the next chapter of One Piece. Yamato could be a bigger wild card than Luffy in this fight.
I’m not sure if I’ve said it already, but if the Alliance wants to have any chance of beating Kaido, Orochi, and Big Mom, they need to keep the element of surprise. So far, they’ve managed to do that, despite the actions of Luffy, Zoro, Kid, and Killer. This chapter, though, sees some complications arise. Fortunately, the chapter also sees some new allies join the fight.
So, it looks like the final battle for the fate of Wano’s going to be a slow burn. Moreso than usual as Oda’s quarantining himself from COVID-19. It’s a shame, because I’m looking forward to seeing the Beast Pirates get what’s coming to them. However, this week’s chapter manages to give us a small appetizer as the party gets started. And all because Luffy wants some payback for the starving people of Wano.
In this chapter, the Alliance gains new recruit’s, Momonosuke learns to step and up and be a leader, and Luffy’s sick as a dog.
This is one of the best chapters of One Piece in the last few weeks, and Zoro gets some badly needed time in the spotlight.
Queen makes a decision that we all know is going to horribly backfire on him; he let Luffy out of his handcuffs.
The two big things that happen in this chapter: Luffy gets into more trouble, and I think the Alliance just found an old retainer of the Oden Clan
The Straw Hats just can’t seem to stay out of trouble, can they?
Like I said, Luffy and Kid became the top dogs in Udon Prison.
The Wano Arc continues