‘One Piece’ Team Says Something “Confidential” Is Coming…

Fans of the hit manga and anime ‘One Piece’ got a little bit of tease when the official Japanese Twitter account sent out a mysterious picture that had a manilla envelope that said “Confidential.”

Crunchyroll reports that the caption reads that “something happens” on March 28. There is a lot of speculation on what it could be. Perhaps it is the announcement of the final run of the manga. It could be a new animated film. Maybe Captain Monkey D. Luffy will finally find the coveted “one-piece” treasure.

Some think it could have something to do with the upcoming Netflix live-action show, though excitement has withered for that project following the disastrous Cowboy Bebop adaption. Whatever the case may be, fans will have to wait to find out.

Check out the tweet below:

For those unfamiliar, the story follows the rubber-powered Monkey D. Luffy, captain of the Straw Hat Pirates, seeking to become the Pirate King. Along the way, Luffy recruits several pirates to his crew as they search for gold, particularly the Gol D. Roger’s treasure also known as the One Piece.

The manga evolved into a highly popular anime that was originally dubbed in English by 4KidsTV, but has since been picked up by Funimation. The series has over 950 anime episodes and over 1,000 manga chapters published, as of the writing of this article.

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