One Piece Episode 997: Release Date and Watch Online

One Piece Episode 997 release date is scheduled on October 24, 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting for new episodes to be released soon.

One Piece is an adventurous fantasy drama series that originated in Japan. Kōnosuke Uda, Junji Shimizu, Munehisa Sakai, Hiroaki Miyamoto, Toshinori Fukazawa, Tatsuya Nagamine, Kōhei Kureta, Aya Komaki, and Satoshi Itō are the directors of this popular anime television series. Junki Takegami, Hirohiko Kamisaka and Shōji Yonemura are the writers of One Piece. It has been on the run since October 1999 and fans are crazy about this series.

Everything you need to know

The story revolves around a young boy, Monkey D. Luffy, who is determined to become the king of pirates. He gets all his inspiration from his favorite childhood hero, Shanks, and in search of achieving the title, he goes on sale in the big blue ocean to find the hidden treasure in the East. He gathers up a crew to go in search of finding a one-piece. He makes a friend named Rorona Zoo whom he saved a few days back.

Their crew starts getting bigger with time. Name, a navigator, and a thief named Usopp join their group. The only thing left was for them to acquire possession of the ship so they get a ship named Going Merry. Once their ship became so damaged that it was not possible to repair so they got a new ship named Thousand Sunny. Various struggles come along away and in their journey, more crew members continued to join.

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One Piece Episode 997

One Piece Episode 997 Release Date

It is scheduled to be released on October 24, 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting for new episodes to be released soon. We are excited to witness all the adventures that this series has in its store for us. Well, there is only one thing to do, and that is to wait for more and more episodes to hit streaming platforms soon.

Where to watch?

You can watch all the episodes of One Piece on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and AnimeLab.

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