Where to Read the One Piece Manga Online

Where to Read the One Piece Manga Online
Credit: Toei Animation

Where to Read the One Piece Manga Online
Credit: Toei Animation

Get on board and set sail! Explore the vast world of One Piece, and don’t be intimidated by its number of chapters! Trust us, you wouldn’t want to miss Luffy’s adventures as the Straw Hat Pirates go from one island to another! Here’s where you can read the One Piece manga online!

With the premiere of the One Piece live-action series, readers of Eiichiro Oda’s manga series will most likely want to revisit Luffy’s early adventures in East Blue!

Go back in time and start the manga from scratch (if you’re brave enough), and join Luffy as he sets out to gather a solid crew of pirates!

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Where to Read the One Piece Manga Online

The One Piece manga is available to read online on Viz Media’s official website. You have to create an account and join Viz Media’s subscription to read the older chapters, but you can also read the most recent chapters for free for a limited time!

Viz Media’s official website offers a seven-day free trial, and then you’ll have to pay only $2.99 per month.

This offer is only available in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, the Philippines, Singapore, and India as of writing.

Where to Read the One Piece Manga Online
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If you’re more comfortable reading the One Piece manga on your mobile devices, the series is available to read on the Manga Plus app as well as the Shonen Jump Manga Reader app!

As always, you have to create an account to fully enjoy One Piece and its chapters from start to finish!

But bear in mind that the mobile apps only allow the user to read the chapters once for free!

After that, it is up to you to make in-app purchases to re-read the chapters of One Piece!

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How Many Volumes Does the One Piece Manga Have?

How Many Volumes Does the One Piece Manga Have?
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So far, the One Piece manga series has a total of 106 volumes with over 1000 chapters.

The manga series has been running since July 22, 1997, which means Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates have been around for more than two decades now!

How Many Story Arcs Does the One Piece Manga Have?

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How Many Story Arcs Does the One Piece Manga Have?
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The One Piece manga series needs no introduction, with Luffy being at the center of every Shonen Jump event or anime promotional material from Japan.

He has been around for a very long time, and his grand pirate adventure has been told in 11 story arcs, with the most recent one being in the Egghead Island Arc, the first story arc in the final saga of One Piece.

At the moment, the Straw Hat Pirates are on Egghead Island, where they encounter Dr. Vegapunk and his satellites.

The Straw Hats discover that the World Government wants Dr. Vegapunk dead to conceal information about the Void Century and the ancient weapons. They are also threatened by Vegapunk’s genius.

Upon learning of Vegapunk’s situation, Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates agreed to take Vegapunk off the island for their mutual benefit.

However, they are under fire from the World Government, including Rob Lucci, the Cipher Pol, the marines led by Kizaru and St. Jaygarcia Saturn of the Five Elders, as well as the Seraphims.

Meanwhile, the Revolutionary Army discovers the truth behind the death of King Cobra, as well as the details behind the vanishing of the Lulusha Kingdom, thanks to Sabo’s efforts and intel.

In addition, Garp frees Koby and some of the prisoners in Hachinosu, but he is left behind to fend for himself against the Black Beard Pirates led by Kuzan.

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