One Piece 767 Spoiler 「ワンピース ネタバレ」 第767話

2014 November 9

One Piece 767 Spoilers: The last Chapter end with Law suddenly hear gunshots fired, even though it was silent until that point.…!! So what happens next..? find out story on One Piece 767 Spoiler 「ワンピース ネタバレ」 第767話 at if you would like to discuss the Spoiler or prediction, please leave a comment below.

One Piece 767 Spoilers Summaries

Credits: Aohige

Chapter 767 Cora-san
The mountains of offerings at the Sea God Arch disspeared, ruins appeared, and sea monsters attack in angered…
mystery deepens

Assorted flashback panels in no particular order of events it seems.

Young Vergo: Doffy… This is our boss
SnotOzzy (tentative): You say they all fell unconcious? That’s “Haki!”
Rosi: Brother, stop! Please stop!
Doflamingo: Why did you take my powers away!!
SnotOzzy: Do you want power to exact revenge?

Young Doflamingo holds a gun to his father, telling him he will return to the holy land with his head.
Homing apologizes to Doflamingo and Rosinante, as Doflamingo pulls the trigger.

Marines outside the birdcage reports what they witness.
They report the massive cage that surrounds the city, and for unfathomable reason the pirates inside are killing each other!

Dorry happened to end up on the other side of the cage, and he runs away.
An X scar on his chien is seen… Dorry is indeed, the young X-Drake.

Back at Barrels’ hideout, Barrels is screaming for Dorry.
Dorry is stronger than anyone, but he’s never around when you need him!
Barrels assumes Doflamingo stole the Ope Ope fruit, but Dofla, pissed, tells him he wishes that was the case.
Angered at Barrels incompetence, Doflamingo shoots him.

As the Donquixote family ransacks the hideout for treasures, Lao G yells at them to go find Corazon.
Buffalo searches for him from the skies, but it’s hard to believe anyone has survived in this massacre.
Baby 5 interrupts a marine communication that they have someone in custody.
Meanwhile, Gladius finds Corazon.
Meanwhile, Law is inside a treasure chest. Rosi said this is the blind spot for pirates.
He overhears the Donquixote pirates chasing Corazon, and gunshots. He tries to get out, but something heavy is placed on the chest.
Corzaon is caught, and Gladius and others lynch him. Law can do nothing but hear the beatings…

Doflamingo arrives, greeting Corazon. It’s been half a year.
There are no smiles on Doflamingo’s face…

Short flashback – boy Rosinante, crying is saved by Sengoku himself.
Rosi reveals to his brother his true identity. MC (Marine Code) 01746, Commander Rosinante… a marine soldier.
He joined the family to stop the tragedies Doflamingo will surely cause in the future.
He knocks on the treasure chest behind him with his head, and tells Doflamingo “Sorry for lying. I didn’t want you to hate me.”
The message was clearly ment for Law, hiding in the chest behind him.
But Law isn’t stupid, he already knew his intentions.

Doflamingo has no time for jokes, he demands to know where the Ope Ope fruit is.
Rosinante tells his brother the fruit has been consumed by Law, and he’s already out of the cage.
He should be in custody of the marines by now…

Buffalo and Baby 5 reports that they did intercept the communication that marines have a boy in custody.
This surprises even Rosi, as Law is right here with them, what coincidence is this!?
Rosi wonders if some god above is keeping Law alive.

Doflamingo releases the city from birdcage, and orders his men to go after the marine ships.
If what they suspect is true, sink the ship and retrieve Law!
Rosinante asks what Doflamingo plans to do with Law, and he tells his brother that since now Law has the Ope Ope fruit, he needs to educate Law so that he can “die for Doflamingo”

Dofla demands to know why Corazon gets in his way, and force him to kill another blood of his own again.
both Corazon and Dofla points guns at each other. But Dofla is confident that Rosinante can’t pull the trigger… you’re just like our father.

Law’s short flashback – Corazon put him in the treasure chest, telling him pirates tend to take treasure chests back to their ship.
Hiding in the chest will be the best bet to get out of here.
He assures Law that Dofla is after the Ope OPe fruit, he wouldn’t kill his own brother.
He uses his “Calm” ability to prevent any sounds from coming out of Law.
He puts on his creepy smiles and tells Law that he loves him.

back to now…

Law: This isn’t what you promised, Cora-san! You said he won’t kill you!

Corazon tells Dofla that Law will not follow him.
He beat his fate of dying in 3 years. He’s not longer the lost soul that came to join the insane pirates.
He has nothing to gain from someone destructive such as you. LEAVE HIM ALONE! HE IS FREE NOW!

Doflamingo pulls the trigger.

As Corazon is shot three times and collpase on the chest, memroies of their journey together runs through Law’s head.
As Corazon lays there dying, the family takes the chest away. He manages to bring himself together for the last effort to stay alive a little longer, so his ability will not wear off.
Walk away, Law… don’t be found. There’s nothing holding you back now.
Not the White Town, not the Iron Borders.. not your short life expectancy. Nothing will limit you now.
Law escapes from the chest, and walks away from the ship.. crying silently, as “Calm” is still effective.

Doflamingo’s ship is spotted by Tsuru. As the ships trade fire, Corazon passes away in the snow, and Law’s cries finally have sound.
Thankfully his cries do not reach the pirates, as canon fires land all around the ship…

ENd of chapter

One Piece 767 Spoiler Trivia: Doflamingo’s flag was the first “smilie” style Jolly Roger to be seen in the series. Doflamingo also stated that slavery is “out”, but smilies are “in”. With the introduction of SAD and his illicit underground network trafficking in man-made Zoans, “SMILE”, the meaning behind his words and symbol become much clearer

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  1. ONEPIECE4EVER - November 16, 2014 at 5:06 pm #


    Powers and abilities

    Malleable Physiology: Plastic Man’s powers are derived from an accident in which his body was bathed in an unknown industrial chemical mixture that also entered into his bloodstream through a gunshot wound. This caused a body-wide mutagenic process that transformed his physiology. Eel exists in a fluid state, neither entirely liquid nor solid. Plastic Man has complete control over his structure.

    Density Control: Plastic Man can change his density at will; becoming as dense as a rock or as flexible as a rubber band.

    Malleability (Elasticity/Plasticity): He can stretch his limbs and body to superhuman lengths and sizes. There is no known limit to how far he can stretch his body.

    Size Alteration: He can shrink himself down to a few inches tall (posed as one of Batman’s utility belt pockets) or become a titan (the size of skyscrapers).

    Shape-Shifting: He can contort his body into various positions and sizes impossible for ordinary humans, such as being entirely flat so that he can slip under a door or using his fingers to pick conventional locks. He can also use it for disguise by changing the shape of his face and body. Thanks to his fluid state, Plastic Man can open holes in his body and turn himself into objects with mobile parts. In addition, he can alter his bodily mass and physical constitution at will; there is virtually no limit to the sizes and shapes he can contort himself into.

    Superhuman Agility: These stretching powers grant Plastic Man heightened agility enabling him flexibility and coordination that is extraordinarily beyond the natural limits of the human body.

    Superhuman strength: He can alter his strength by growing or adding more muscle.

    Color Change: The only limitation he has relates to color, which he cannot change without intense concentration. He generally does not use this ability and sticks to his red and yellow colored uniform.

    Invulnerability: Plastic Man’s powers extraordinarily augment his durability. Some stories, perhaps of anecdotal quality, have showed him susceptible to surprise attack by bullets, in one case oozing a substance similar to liquid plastic.[13] In most stories, though, he is able to withstand corrosives, punctures and concussions without sustaining any injury (although he can be momentarily stunned). He is resistant to high velocity impacts that would kill an ordinary person, resistant to blasts from energy weapons (Batman once mentioned that he could presumably even withstand a nuclear detonation), and is bulletproof. His bodily mass can be dispersed, but for all intents and purposes it is invulnerable.

    Regeneration: He is able to regenerate and/or assimilate lost or damaged tissue, although he needs to be reasonably intact for this process to begin; he was reduced to separate molecules and scattered across the ocean for centuries, only returning to his usual form after the rest of the League were able to gather enough of his molecules and restore approximately 80% of his body mass, after which he began to regenerate what they hadn’t salvaged.

    Telepathic Immunity: As stated by Batman (in JLA #88, Dec. 2003), “Plastic Man’s mind is no longer organic. It’s untouchable by telepathy.”

    Immortality: Plastic Man does not appear to age; if he does, it is at a rate far slower than that of normal human beings. In the aftermath of the Justice League story Arc “Obsidian Age”, Plastic Man was discovered to have survived for 3000 years scattered into separate molecules on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. He is now over 3000 years old and is still active as a superhero.

    Ultrasonic Detection: His body will start to “ripple” when an ultrasonic frequency is triggered.

    Rubber-Organs: As stated by Black Lantern Vibe, Plastic Man’s internal organs such as his heart when Black Lantern Vibe try to rip it out couldn’t be killed unlike many of the Black Lanterns’ victims, this makes him immune to such attacks.

    Skilled thief: Plastic Man was once a very talented professional thief.

    Master Detective: Although no longer a criminal, he has insight into their mindset, enabling him to be an effective sleuth. He is also considered to be a lateral thinker and much smarter than he lets on.


    His semi-liquid form remains stable at relatively high and low temperatures, provided that the temperature change is gradual. A sudden change induces a complete change of state, creating a truly solid or truly liquid form. Plastic Man was incapacitated in the JLA story arc “Tower of Babel” when mercenaries froze and shattered his body. Once thawed and reassembled, he was physically unharmed (though emotionally traumatized). In the JLA story arc “Divided We Fall”, Plastic Man is shown to have some weakness to extreme heat (intense heat vision attack from a Martian) and was temporarily melted. In some versions, Plastic Man is also vulnerable to chemicals such as acetone, which melts and destabilizes his putty-like form, although he will eventually regenerate when the chemicals are gone. Another weakness is that the only colors Plastic Man can mimic are the colors of his body and costume (i.e. red, black, yellow, and flesh tone), although he can use these colors in various ways, once even managing to exactly duplicate the appearance of the Flash. Whether this is an inherent flaw in his powers or a mental block had never been explained, whereas, his son, Offspring, also gained his father’s powers, but is able to mimic any color he chooses; Offspring’s introduction revealed that Plastic Man could change color, turning his nose blue to prove to Batman that he could, but it apparently took a great deal of concentration just to accomplish that much. Also, for a long while it was not known if Plastic Man could take off his costume, but when he rejoined civilian life, he was wearing normal clothing so it appeared that he is able to.

  2. ONEPIECE4EVER - November 16, 2014 at 6:00 pm #


  3. Ganja - November 16, 2014 at 7:00 pm #

    Kingdom is so damn good jesus

  4. eric v - November 16, 2014 at 7:38 pm #

    I cant wait for the shit shit no mi logia fruit.

  5. Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 12:18 am #

    ok, heres one for all you losers in the Luffy and Zoro camps.

    there is no evidence to show that either one is stronger than the other. none.
    anyone that argues otherwise is wrong.

    Zoro is the only crew mate that Luffy saved who was strong enough to beat his opponent himself.
    Luffy needed to save everyone else because they were incapable of defeating their opponents.

    Zoro has always one shot his opponent with his next level attack,
    Cutting steel on Daz Bones,
    108 phoenix on Ohm,
    Asura on Kaku.
    meaning the strength of his newest level is great enough to overwhelm the opponent in one shot, but he’s never fought a boss so we dont know how well it would work on them. (Enel doesnt count because Zoro couldnt hit a logia then)

    saying that Luffy is stronger than Zoro is baseless
    saying that Zoro is stronger than Luffy is baseless
    saying they are equal is baseless.
    saying anything at all about their strength compared to one anther is completely baseless

    • Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 12:25 am #

      its like comparing Shanks and Mihawk, we have no idea who would be stronger.
      incidentally being stronger than Shanks is Luffy’s goal and being stronger than Mihawk is Zoro’s

      • Doflamingo - November 17, 2014 at 3:00 am #

        You tryna say Shanks is stronger than Mihawk???

      • Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 3:42 am #

        are you illiterate?

      • SwagAssassin ;) - November 17, 2014 at 5:20 am #

        Lmaoooo @ Doflamingo

        Nidai, he was just kidding -_-

      • Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 5:22 am #

        haha can never tell on this site

    • burnhotspot - November 17, 2014 at 1:44 am #

      Conclusion is

      Fans are trying to hype their favourite character with baseless statements.

    • FAME © - November 17, 2014 at 5:13 am #

      Irony is, this entire post is baseless.

      • SwagAssassin ;) - November 17, 2014 at 5:21 am #

        Your comment could be baseless as well ;)

      • Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 5:26 am #

        really? my post is baseless is it?
        so you’re saying that Zoro wasnt strong enough to beat Morgan and Helmeppo?
        so you’re saying that Zoro didnt beat Daz in 1 shot with his steel cutting abilities?
        so you’re saying that Zoro didnt beat Ohm in 1 shot of his 108 pound phoenix?
        so you’re saying that Zoro didnt beat kaku in 1 shot of his asura?

      • FAME © - November 17, 2014 at 5:40 am #

        Swag, lol. It isn’t baseless because of your recollections, it’s baseless because it’s in your opinion, the irony you fail to notice.

        “You’re all wrong, this is how it is”

        You went as far as to be conclusive with recollections that cannot even be compared conclusively. There is a reason Billy usually only uses opponents both Luffy and Zoro have encountered.

        He only uses opponents Luffy and Zoro haven’t both encountered to illustrate differing levels of challenge or highlight plot devices, but never to be conclusive.

        Some people respect author’s authority and some people have reached the understanding one is stronger. You being in the opinion that life, the universe and everything is baseless, is baseless.

      • Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 6:06 am #

        and i’ve already explained why those examples are not reflective of the difference in their strength.
        against Monet, Luffy never even attacked Monet, he chose to leave rather than fight.
        against Hody, Luffy was kicking his ass without any effort, easily sending him flying a number of times. it took Luffy having a handicap and Hody popping handfuls of ES’s for Hody to give Luffy an actual challenge.

        those different levels of challenge can be misrepresentative because of their fighting styles, some techniques and abilities can make the fight look more one sided than it is, those things have to be considered when weighing up opponents.

        just because you disagree with me that strength comparisons between luffy and zoro are baseless doesnt mean im wrong

      • burnhotspot - November 17, 2014 at 6:39 am #


        People are different. What you think illogical may be very logical to some people.

        Have you ever hallucinate/lucid dream before?

        I experienced it once when I was half asleep and rub my eyes so much. I saw another reality in color with my eyes closed. Exactly like when I see when my eyes open. That same concept goes into “Inception”, where one got lost in between reality and hallucination and the leonardo wife suicided as a result.

        You know the reality, but for Fame, he thinks the lucid dream/hallucination is the reality.

        Apply that concept into here. And yes it’s very sad that they couldn’t see the true fact anymore.

      • FAME © - November 17, 2014 at 6:51 am #

        You’re missing the point. Your explanations are just rationalizations, they aren’t absolute.

        You repeat Billy’s ignoring your rationalized facts, but fail to notice your own position.

        – Zoro fought a Normal Hody, fact 1.
        – Luffy, fought a doped up Hody, fact 2.

        – Zoro destroyed Hyozou who was just as doped up as Hody with the same level of ease, fact 3.
        – Luffy failed to hurt a normal Hyozou, was unknowingly struck by him and said he was strong, fact 4.

        No rationalization changes these outcomes.

        – Hody wasn’t doped up when Zoro beat him, fact 5.
        – Hody was doped up when Luffy beat him, fact 6.

        – Zoro by himself one-shot a normal Hody, fact 7.
        – Luffy had minor trouble fighting a doped up Hody, fact 8.

        No rationalization changes these outcomes.

        – Luffy didn’t want to fight Monet, fact 9.
        – Zoro also didn’t want to fight Monet, fact 10.

        – Luffy fled, and failed to defeat Monnet without hurting her, fact 11
        – Zoro stayed and defeated Monet without hurting her, fact 12.

        No rationalization changes these outcome of these encounters.

        You dismiss the level of challenge one character experienced because the conditions were not the exact same.

        Billy addresses similar encounters which can be compared: i.e. (Luffy v. Hyozou and Zoro v. Hody) v. (Zoro v. d.Hyzou and Luffy v d.Hody) and (Zoro v. Monnet) v. (Luffy v. Monnet)

        Just because you believe the comparisons are baseless, doesn’t mean you’re right, either.

        You’re being as ignorant to Billy’s arguments as you suppose he is being ignorant to your rationalizations.

      • Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 6:53 am #

        thats a difference in perception not logic, if something is logical it can be deduced through reasoning, those 2 things arent the same thing

      • Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 7:26 am #

        i understand Billys rationalisation perfectly and have not ignored anything, if you’re going to talk to me about my discussion with billy at least represent it correctly and dont pander to Billy’s side. or better yet stay out of it, billy has a far better grasp of how to have a civilised discussion than you do.

        i also agree that hyozuo was at the same strength as Hody when he transformed the first time, so Luffy v hody on land = zoro v hyozuo on land, except neither luffy nor zoro had any difficulty defeating their respective opponent in that state, so you cant draw any conclusions from that fight as to who out of the 2 was stronger.
        when they went in the water hody transformed 2 more times because of the pills, so he was now stronger than hyozou.

        remember that you also have to take into consideration their personalities and fighting styles when assessing their difference, zoro is more stern and aggressive, talking down to his opponents, Luffy is more playful and compliments his opponents strength even if theyre far weaker than himself.

        he complimented hyozou for being able to block his jet pistol, even though it sent him flying backwards and he had heaps of time to prepare since he was the last one out of the 3 to get hit, unlike Zoro v Hody, Luffy was not focused on Hyozou, he simply brushed them aside because they were annoying him, unlike Zoro who was protecting the people in the palace from Hody, different situations.

        Zoro was fighting Monet to prevent her from going after the kids, his intention was to hold her off, as such all he was doing was defending against her attacks.
        Luffy wanted to fight caesar, Monet was just in the way and luffy wasnt interested in fighting her.
        later Tashigi showed up and got in Zoro’s face, so Zoro left it to her because it didnt effect his objective, but when tashigi was in trouble Zoro stepped in to save her, his intentions changed.
        those situations are completely different and not taking them into consideration when using them for comparison makes it incredibly misleading

        you can call me ignorant all you want it will never make it true, the moment you can provide a valid argument for why Zoro is stronger than Luffy then i will agree that it is the case

      • FAME © - November 17, 2014 at 7:59 am #

        All you’re dong is adding rationalizations. Yes, you understand Billy’s argument but you undermine it and I’m not ‘pandering’ his side, but pointing out the obvious flaws in your rebuttals.

        You reason that personality and fighting style are representative of the outcomes i.e. Luffy behaving and fighting differently to Zoro, Luffy being playful and Zoro always being aggressive.

        Billy argues that patterns and consistencies are representative of the outcomes i.e. Zoro always being beyond the reach of his opponents whereas Luffy is always at his limits with his.

        Your personality argument is sentimental reasoning and fighting styles are irrelevant in OP, none is superior to another.

        Your assertions are unfounded because Luffy is the one always screaming he’s gonna kick someone’s ass from the start, not Zoro.

        Billy is correct in that where situations Zoro is present to fight Luffy’s opponents plot devices are used to prevent it.

        When Oda does decide to place Zoro in the lime light, he changes the conditions with Luffy so they are incomparable directly.

        The one moment where Oda didn’t do this was the incident on Thriller Bark yet you and others still deny it’s significance.

        You can deny that you’re not being ignorant, it will never make that true, either. Valid arguments are dismissed everyday b

      • Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 8:20 am #

        yes zoro is always beyond the reach of his opponent and luffy is always at his limit against his, i stated that too.
        “they are incomparable” what the fuck have i been saying.

        how can you be claiming that my argument is wrong when you just agreed with practically everything ive been saying.

        are you seriouly still on about thriller bark.
        Luffy had not reached his limit when he beat Moriah.
        Zoro was not at his limit when he forfeit to Kuma.
        but the pain and fatigue of both of them combined should have killed Zoro but it didnt, which is an incredible feat, i would not deny this.
        but it is not as great as luffys during impel down and marineford arcs.
        reached his limit 1st time because of Magellan, suppressed by Iva.
        reached his limit 2nd time because of his fights in the war, suppressed by Iva.
        reached his limit 3rd time because of his fights in the war.
        all of that pain and fatigue wasnt just gone it came back afterward, Luffy felt all that suppressed pain and fatigue and we saw the state he was in when he was in Law’s ship.

        as i have said from the beginning there is no way to discern which of the 2 is stronger

      • Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 10:03 am #

        why do you keep referring to my rationalisation as if its a bad thing, i provided rational reasons why the scenarios Billy has outlined arent evidence of Zoro’s superiority over Luffy.

      • FAME © - November 17, 2014 at 11:15 am #

        Explanations tuned to your personal understanding. Outlining reasons as he has expecting him to concede yet unable to accept his reasoning in return.

        Your explanations go beyond what is inscribed in the manga. Billy is representing the naked facts of each scenario whereas you are expanding on them with your interpretation to illustrate your assertion of incomparability.

        I didn’t agree with your argument. I stated clearly that there are instances where they are comparable.

        Evidently to others there is a way to discern who’s stronger otherwise these arguments wouldn’t take place. Your refusal to accept that is a choice.

        All you’re doing is reinforcing weak rebuttals with opinions. Your statements on Kuma and the Impel Dowm arc are abysmal. On TB Luffy passed out, ‘had not reached his limit’ does not compute.

        Iva’s super-human drug allows one to temporarily perform beyond their limit. Luffy essentially had no limit because it was extended continuously.

        To say he reached his limit 3 times is utterly ridiculous. His limit was extended further each time he doped, he would have only ever met his limit once he was free of the drug.

        Interestingly you deem the two scenarios comparable whereas you don’t accept any scenarios Billy brought up being comparable – Emotional predisposition.

      • Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 11:47 am #

        my explanations dont go beyond the manga, they just go beyond the scope you wish to pursue because it’s inconvenient to your argument, thats why you wish to ignore their intentions, thats why you ignore the part of Zoros fight with Monet where all he was doing was defending, it gets in the way of your argument that Zoro “curbstomped” Monet, while Luffy was too pitiful to do anything. the same way you ignore the difference in fighting with a sword v fists and how they impact on the perceived difficulty of a fight.

        each time he got Ivas adrenaline shot he could temporarily ignore any pain and fatigue he had up to that point as if it never happened, but he was still susceptible to pain from that point onwards and all that pain would return after a day. he “benched” his pain twice after reaching his limit and the 3rd time he reached his limit was when Ace died.
        this is the state Luffy was in after the war,
        all the pain and fatigue that he accumulated from impel down and the war came back and he felt it all at once, sounds just like how Zoro took in all of Luffy’s pain in thriller bark

      • Titus - November 17, 2014 at 11:55 am #

        That argument of yours where you brought up how Zoro was only defending against Monet kinda ignores the fact that he wasn’t going all out at that point, though… :/

        No matter how you look at it, Zoro did “curb stomp” Monet.

      • Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 12:25 pm #

        yes he did, i dont deny that and im not ignoring that he did, thats just not my point.
        the point is that before Tashigi showed up Zoro was only defending, that obviously doesn’t mean he couldnt attack, as we saw he was more than capable. in the same way, Luffy’s reluctance to engage in a fight with Monet does not translate to him being defeated by her

    • fate - November 17, 2014 at 3:36 pm #

      its like comparing rock paper scissor, lufy is rock and zoro is scissor, so naturaaly luffy is stronger

  6. marco the pheonix - November 17, 2014 at 12:40 am #

    People that keep arguing about which one is stronger between Luffy-Zoro-Sanji or any other member of the Strawhat crew dont really understand One Piece at all!! One Piece is about a crew where we see there hopes, dreams, efforts and adventures!!! We see it because of what it makes us feel!!We dream, hope, try and have adventures together with that crew!! It makes us dream, it makes us believe, it makes us feel!! It changes our way of life and the way we see our life and everyones life!!! It makes us value thinks and value others!!! It changes our Life make us better…. At least that is how One piece makes me feel from the moment I First saw it!!!

    • marco the pheonix - November 17, 2014 at 12:45 am #

      There is no point for arguing about that, because that is not why we see One Piece and what One Piece is for!!and if you still want to argue about that maybe you a swallow person and need to rethink and revalue your Life!! Oda-sensei keeps drawing because us, because we believe in him and in One Piece and if we stop believing maybe we should stop watching OP…….

  7. eric v - November 17, 2014 at 2:13 am #

    Sanji has more proven feats than zoro and luffy combined. Neither of them would have touched Vergo and sanji held his own.

    • Boring to log in - November 17, 2014 at 2:37 am #

      u wish

  8. OdaApprentice - November 17, 2014 at 3:35 am #

    The one to finish off Doffy will be Xdrake… He joined the marines to get his revenge on doffy because he feels guilty about abandoning his father and running away which ultimately lead to his death… But then Doffy became a shichibukai and untouchable by marines so he left and became a pirate to get his revenge… This is just my theory.

  9. Mad Hatter - November 17, 2014 at 5:11 am #

    As far as I know, there is early chapter release this week due to Holiday of 23-Nov in Japan.

  10. Naruto X Hunter - November 17, 2014 at 5:26 am #

    Oh schitt!! Billy’s been here.Fun Fact – I’m a Billy and Fame fanboy,it’s fun reading their conversations.

    Best members of this site.

  11. Gurusei - November 17, 2014 at 5:26 am #

    Tokyo Ghoul:RE Chapter 6 is out

  12. Trafalgar Law - November 17, 2014 at 11:57 am #

    the main issue with the zoro vs luffy debates
    is that luffys big battle all out opponents completely shit on zoro big battle all out opponents( yes even caesar >>>> monet )
    luffy gets pushed to the max way more ,so we have a clear gauge
    also shanks and mihawk imo aint really applicable
    as luffy is aiming for roger while zoro for mihawk
    roger >= prime whitebeard >> old whitebeard > mihawk

    • FAME © - November 17, 2014 at 12:15 pm #

      ..It’s really troubling how “King of Pirates” is beyond some people’s comprehension.

      • Titus - November 17, 2014 at 12:18 pm #

        King of Pirates doesn’t mean that person will have no equal, if that’s what you’re trying to say.

      • FAME © - November 17, 2014 at 12:22 pm #

        That is what’s seriously troubling, most people believe that.

    • Nidai Kitetsu - November 17, 2014 at 12:40 pm #

      Luffy fights toe to toe with his opponent while Zoro defeats them handily, so thats nothing more than an excuse. eg, Luffy fought evenly with Lucci with a doriki of 4000, both at max,
      Zoro fought evenly with kaku with a doriki of 2200, until Zoro used asura, which is when he completely overwhelmed Kaku. its quite possible that Zoro was strong enough to match Lucci with his asura we’ll never know.

      Luffy’s aim isnt Roger, you cant aim for someone thats dead, Luffys aim is Shanks, as he said when he was 7, he would put together a crew stronger than Shanks’, surpass him and become king, in the same way Zoro intends on surpassing Mihawk. also how do you know that WB > Mihawk, because of that slash that Jozu blocked? you do understand that stopping 1 attack doesnt mean anything right, WB stopped akainu’s attack and blew it out yet the 2 fought toe to toe later on

  13. hiei - November 18, 2014 at 8:48 pm #

    I’m just saying if Zoro was captain,the name of the manga would be lost…. And they’d still be in East Blue.