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Relive One Piece in 1000 Seconds With 1 Second For Each Episode Special Video

It’s now less than 24 hours away, and ONE PIECE continues to commemorate the upcoming episode 1000, now with a special video featuring 1 second from every episode from the start until 1000. In addition to the scenes, each second has the opening theme from that period in the background. The songs change at the episodes when they changed during the show’s run, and every single one is included. You can watch the video below:

At the end, after all the nostalgic cuts, there’s a scene for episode 1000. It’s the same one from the preview of episode 999, featuring the Straw Hats together. Check it out below:

Some of the others include the best and most iconic scenes. Such as the flag burning at Enies Lobby, Zoro taking Luffy’s pain, Sanji’s scene with Enel, up to the New World. Check out some more of the images:

Also read:
One Piece Live-Action Series Reveals Main Cast
The One Piece Anime Celebrates 22nd Anniversary
One Piece Episode 1000 Preview: The Straw Hats Get Together

One Piece Episode 1000 & Chapter 1032 Release Date

Both the ONE PIECE chapter 1032 and episode 1000 release dates are set for this weekend on November 21st. The anime will premiere in Japan at 9:30am JST, with the international version premiering 1h30m later. You can watch the anime on Funimation or Crunchyroll, while you can catch up to the latest ONE PIECE manga chapter for free on either VIZ website or MANGA Plus. There’s also the Shonen Jump mobile app, which costs $2/month and allows ‘unlocking’ 100 chapters per day. The chapter arrives at 24:00JST.

Funimation & Toei Animation will also host a global livestream for episodes 998 & 999, prize giveaways, fan videos and more on November 20. Watching the 1000 seconds video almost takes as much as an entire episode, and it really reminds you just how long ONE PIECE has been going on! Can’t wait for episode 1000 and the story to continue onward!

Source: Official Twitter, ONE PIECE YouTube, Crunchyroll Collection YouTube
©Eiichiro Oda/Shueisha/ Fuji Television Network/ Toei Animation

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