One Piece seasons 1 through 4 are leaving Netflix
One Piece episodes 1 through 130 will be leaving Netflix in the coming weeks, while later episodes will remain available on the streaming service.
The first four seasons of the legendary anime masterpiece One piece will be leaving Netflix next month.
According to Anime Dork, Episodes 1 through 130, covering the East Blue arc through the Alabasta saga, will no longer be available on Netflix after February 11th. The departure of seasons 1-4 of One piece is quite confusing since seasons 5-10 only came to the platform in May 2022.
One Piece fans can still enjoy the manga
One of the Big Three of shōnen and the best-selling manga of all time with over 516 million copies in circulation worldwide, Eiichiro Oda One piece First appeared in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump in 1997. The ongoing story, spanning well over 1,000 individual chapters, follows Monkey D. Luffy, a young rubber-bodied captain with dreams of becoming the world’s next king sail hidden treasure down the Grand Line. As the storyline enters its final major arc, Oda has reassured fans and readers that the One piece Manga won’t end anytime soon.
Toei Animation has premiered its adaptation of One piece in October 1999 and the show has become a staple of the anime community. The series currently sits as one of the front-runners in the Best Ongoing Series category alongside this year’s Crunchyroll Anime Awards. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba and Attack on Titan: The Final Season. Voting is currently open to the public on Crunchyroll’s website, with the actual announcement of the winners scheduled for March 4th.
Other things One Piece fans can enjoy
During the unveiling of One pieceThe partial departure of Netflix should frustrate many fans, recently there have been positive developments for the mega-multimedia franchise. Especially the latest game One Piece Odyssey, released January 13 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC and Xbox Series X|S. The turn-based role-playing game offers long-time fans a new perspective on the previous adventures of the Straw Hat Pirates.
Additionally, Hong Kong-based artist Michael Lau recently launched a line of collectible figurines based on One piece. Crafted from vinyl, the collection includes fan-favorite characters like Zoro and Chopper. Similarly, Lush is now selling devil fruit-inspired bath bombs. The product line includes four unique extensions that smell wonderful and turn bathwater into different bright colors. The items cost 980 yen (about $6.88) each.
While seasons 1-4 of One piece will soon be leaving Netflix, the popular anime series is also available to stream on Crunchyroll and Hulu.
Source: Anime Dork