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One Piece (Dub) Episode 808

Funimation announced that the next batch of One Piece episodes with the English dub is on the way as Season 12, Voyage 3 of the iconic anime series is ready to set sail later this month.

One Piece (Dub) Episode 808

These new batches of episodes will continue to focus on the Zou Arc, a big journey for Luffy and his crew to go on before the Whole Cake Island arc begins next time. While the English dub of the anime is still well behind the current ongoing series in Japan, they are getting fairly closer, and with more consistent releases, fans of the dubbed version of One Piece will have more to keep up with.

The following episodes were aired uncut in the United States on [adult swim]'s Toonami. On March 18, 2017, Toonami stopped broadcasting the show on its network. However, on January 19, 2022, it was announced that the anime would return to Toonami starting with Episodes 517 and 518.[1]

One Piece has confirmed the release date for the next wave of English dubbed episodes! After a long hiatus, One Piece fans were given a major boost when Funimation confirmed that work on the English dub release of the series was resuming back in late 2019. In the year since, the series has gone beyond the Punk Hazard arc and finally broke through to Dressrosa with Season 11 of the dub premiering last December. Ever since, fans had been eagerly waiting for the next wave of episodes. Thankfully that wait will soon be over as Funimation has confirmed the release date for the next batch!

One Piece has confirmed that Season 11 Voyage 3 will be releasing on Microsoft Movies & TV on January 26th. This includes episodes 655 through 667 of the original series, which continues the next phase of the Dressrosa arc. For fans waiting for their streaming release, they'll be hitting Funimation's streaming service on February 16th. Unfortunately, the announcement does not confirm a physical home video release date.

While the English subtitled release has broken through over 900 episodes in total as of this writing, the English dub release of the series has been just as popular with fans as it's opened the door to a whole new audience. The dub is now available to watch on streaming services such as Netflix (the first two seasons of the series at least), and the series is available on multiple other platforms in both English and Japanese.

The Dressrosa arc is one of the longer in the anime overall, but it's also the one with the most moving pieces in the anime to date. There are several characters being juggled throughout, and this eventually leads to a clash where all of the stories and various plots come together at the end. That's why fans will definitely be jumping on this next wave of dubbed episodes as soon as they hit!

What do you think of One Piece's English dub so far? Excited to see this next wave of episodes when they release? Let us know your thoughts in the comments or you can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!

The anime has always been very faithful to Eiichiro Oda's work, making it one of the best long-running anime adaptations. As expected of an adaptation as good as One Piece, there are quite a lot of incredible episodes in the series that are worth rewatching.

Updated on March 8th, 2023 by George Voutiritsas: One Piece has been around for nearly three decades, and during that time, it has amassed more than 1,000 manga chapters, as well as over 1,000 anime episodes. One Piece achieved these milestones because it has an amazing story filled with action, humor, and heartbreak. It also helps that most of the characters are well-designed and very well-written. As good as One Piece is though, not every episode is a home-run. In fact, several episodes drag quite a bit, but the majority of them are great, and several are so well done that they deserve a rewatch. Most One Piece fans know what the best One Piece episodes are, and they know which episodes have great rewatch value, and the Wano Arc has added a few more episodes to that list.

Episode 278 is one that fans hold especially close to their heart, and it is easily one of the best episodes of One Piece's, as it delivered two of the most iconic moments in the entire story. The episode sees Nico Robin finish her story and explain to the Straw Hats why she can't return to the crew, to which Luffy responds by burning down the World Government's flag, her enemies.

Another powerful episode, One Piece's Episode 309 marks the end of the arc's biggest fight, as Luffy takes Lucci down. Despite being pushed beyond his limits, Luffy is able to deliver blow after blow with extreme ferocity, carrying the emotions and trust that Nico Robin put into him.

With a Jet Gatling, Luffy is finally able to defeat Lucci, thus freeing Robin from her enemies. What makes this episode doubly special is the animation for the finisher, which was handled by One Piece's finisher specialist, Katsumi Ishizuka.

One Piece Episode 312 begins with the Straw Hats sailing back to Water 7. In the previous episode, their ship, The Going Merry came to their aid and helped the crew to escape the Ennies Lobby Buster Call. They meet up with their friends at sea, and the already damaged ship immediately begins to break apart.

Quite possibly the most powerful One Piece episode before the time skip, One Piece's Episode 505 takes place after Luffy wakes up following Ace's death. Refusing to accept the reality, Luffy is, understandably, at his lowest.

With Luffy refusing to fight him, Sanji pummels his captain in hopes of driving him away and protecting both the crew and Zeff. The episode's ending sees Mayumi Tanaka pour her heart out in a determined Luffy speech as he tells Sanji he'll be waiting for his return, forever, as "Memories" plays in the background.

One Piece's Episode 870 is quite easily one of the most ambitious episodes when it comes to action. Directed and storyboarded by Kohei Kureta, who has a keen eye for action, Episode 870 takes Oda's Luffy versus Katakuri to the next level.

A legendary episode in every possible way, One Piece's Episode 968 concluded Kozuki Oden's journey with Gol D. Roger to the Final Island, Laugh Tale. The episode kicks off in a way that can only be described as exhibiting the very soul of the series as the Roger Pirates sing Binks' Sake.

Managing to get their hands on all the Road Poneglyphs, the crew members eventually make their way to the Final Island, which went on to become the stuff of legends. As put forward by Oden, "In the face of the vast treasure, which was very real indeed, Roger laughed." As the Pirate King laughed, every single fan cried as they witnessed what went down as One Piece's most iconic episode to date.

One of the most underrated yet powerful One Piece episodes, 877 marked the end of what is arguably the best arc in the New World, Whole Cake Island. The episode was directed by Toshinori Fukusawa and calling it a masterpiece wouldn't do it justice. With seamless transitions and OST that packs an emotional punch, One Piece's Episode 877 left most fans bawling their eyes out.

The episode sees the Straw Hat Pirates leave Totland, and Sanji and Carrot consoling each other over Pedro's death in a heart-wrenching yet warm moment. Pudding cries her heart out over being separated from the man she so dearly loved as he sails away with his crew, while Jinbe fights the Big Mom Pirates to protect his men who were prepared to die for him. Episode 877 ends on a perfect note, with Sanji feeding the crew he loves so much, paralleling Zeff, as he feeds thugs again.

One of the most awaited episodes in One Piece history, Episode 982 marked the return of the young director Megumi Ishitani to the series, who had previously directed episode 957. With Tu Yong-ce, Masahiro Kitazaki, and Keita Saito on the animation supervision, Episode 982 delivered a mini-movie in itself. From the mind-blowing action between the Straw Hat Pirates and the Beasts Pirates at the Torii gate to the incredible lighting effects put on as Luffy rose like a king amongst his crew, this episode left fans teary-eyed.

One Piece's Episode 957 was, once again, directed by Megumi Ishitani and she left no stone unturned in making this the greatest experience for a One Piece fan. Having graduated from Tokyo University of Arts in GEIDAI, the most prestigious animation program, it isn't a surprise as to why Ishitani's episodes are as special as they are. Episode 957 was her directorial debut in the series, and it is safe to say that she knocked it out of the park.

The episode depicted the dissolution of The Seven Warlords in the most cathartic of ways as the world held its breath. With big news breaking one after another, fans get no time to rest and are completely mesmerized by the episode. The episode is laden with seamless transitions, incredibly gorgeous photography and art, and character acting that fans aren't usually treated to in One Piece. One Piece's Episode 957 is a marvel and one that no fan will ever tire of rewatching.

One Piece Episode 483 may have not been the conclusion of the Summit War, but it featured one of the anime's most heartbreaking moments. The episode picks up immediately after 482, which ended with Admiral Akainu punching Portgas D. Ace through the chest with his magma fist.

Before dying in Luffy's arms, Ace looks back at his life and remembers his goal-to discover whether or not he deserved to be born. He thanks Luffy for loving him, and Luffy lets out a chilling cry that still stands out to this day. Director Hiroaki Miyamoto and animator Kazuya Hisada deserve a lot of credit for making this episode both gut-wrenching and beautiful.

Very few series have reached the 1,000-episode mark, and One Piece reached that milestone in 2021. Kohei Kureta directed the episode, while the art and screenplay were handled by Tongnian Chen and Shoji Yonemura respectively.

The episode shows Kaido and Jack taking on the Minks, and Inuarashi and Nekomamushi enter their Sulong forms for the first time. The nostalgia is what makes this episode so memorable, as the Straw Hats reflect on their past adventures, and it ends with the crew gathering together to take on the All-Stars and Tobiroppo of the Beast Pirates. It also includes an updated version of "We Are," One Piece's original opening. 041b061a72


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