One Piece: Luffy Trends as Fans React to Chapter 1044 Leaks [SPOILERS]

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The One Piece Chapter 1044 leaks are out and people are freaking out over what happens in the manga's latest chapter. Not surprisingly, fans can't stop talking about Luffy and all those tweets are causing the name to trend all over Twitter! WARNING! ONE PIECE CHAPTER 1044 SPOILERS AHEAD, PROCEED WITH CAUTION!

One Piece Chapter 1044 has not yet been released but the leaks have already dropped all over Twitter (as always, avoid the platform if you do not want to be spoiled). As expected, people cannot stop talking about the latest chapter. In addition to trending the hashtag #ONEPIECE1044, fans have accidentally caused Luffy to trend on the platform.

In One Piece Chapter 1044, Luffy's friends still feel his presence and it doesn't take long before the truth is revealed. Luffy somehow awakens his fruit and feels that he is now at his full power, in his "Gear 5." He then takes on Kaidou and attacks his opponent ferociously.

The leaked images of Luffy that appear in the latest chapter are blurry but they confirm he is very much alive. Needless to say, people can't get enough of these new leaks.

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One Piece Chapter 1044 is set to be published early next week on March 28, 2022, and the date is going to be an exciting one for fans of the franchise. The One Piece staff Twitter account has already confirmed that a major announcement will be dropped on the same day and has been sharing mysterious clues for the past three days. Although fans are hoping the news will be an update on the anime, there is a bigger chance it will be an update on the live-action Netflix series. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

One Piece Chapter 1044 will be published in Weekly Shonen Jump Issue #18, which will also feature the manga on the cover and lead color page. The issue will be available on Monday, March 28, 2022.

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