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Chapters are arranged by volume, with their appropriate volume titles and chapters listed underneath. Chapter and volume titles include Japanese text, romaji transcription, and English translation of each title, along with the titles assigned by VIZ Media in its English adaptation.

BackgroundEdit

One Piece is published as a serial in the manga anthology magazine, Weekly Shonen Jump. As the magazine's name suggests, a new issue of Jump (and thus a new chapter of One Piece) is released on a weekly basis. Factoring in double issues of the magazine and personal hiatuses taken by Eiichiro Oda, however, approximately 45-48 chapters are published per year. Three to four months after appearing in Jump, these chapters are then compiled into collected volumes, or tankōbon, which contain between 9 to 11 chapters each and run to approximately 208 pages. These volumes also include new cover artwork, storyboard-phase sketches, a question-and-answer column by the author, a section where the character Usopp comments on reader-submitted fan art, and other bonus features. However, due to the economical limitations of the tankōbon format, any art originally printed in color (other than on the dust jacket) is reproduced in grayscale.

Chapters and Volumes by Sagas and ArcsEdit

A quick overview on the Chapters and Volumes by sagas and arcs.

Main Story ArcsEdit

Further information: Story Arcs
Sea of Survival: Super Rookies Saga
East Blue Saga Alabasta Saga Sky Island Saga Water 7 Saga Thriller Bark Saga Summit War Saga
Romance Dawn Arc
(Chapters 1 to 7, Volume 1)
Reverse Mountain Arc
(Chapters 101 to 105, Volume 12)
Jaya Arc
(Chapters 218 to 236, Volumes 24 and 25)
Long Ring Long Land Arc
(Chapters 303 to 321, Volumes 32 to 34)
Thriller Bark Arc
(Chapters 442 to 489, Volumes 46 to 50)
Sabaody Archipelago Arc
(Chapters 490 to 513, Volumes 50 to 53)
Orange Town Arc
(Chapters 8 to 21, Volumes 1 to 3)
Whiskey Peak Arc
(Chapters 106 to 114, Volumes 12 and 13)
Skypiea Arc
(Chapters 237 to 302, Volumes 26 to 32)
Water 7 Arc
(Chapters 322 to 374, Volumes 34 to 39)
Amazon Lily Arc
(Chapters 514 to 524, Volumes 53 and 54)
Syrup Village Arc
(Chapters 22 to 41, Volumes 3 to 5)
Little Garden Arc
(Chapters 115 to 129, Volumes 13 to 15)
Enies Lobby Arc
(Chapters 375 to 430, Volumes 39 to 44)
Impel Down Arc
(Chapters 525 to 549, Volumes 54 to 56)
Baratie Arc
(Chapters 42 to 68, Volumes 5 to 8)
Drum Island Arc
(Chapters 130 to 154, Volumes 15 to 17)
Post-Enies Lobby Arc
(Chapters 431 to 441, Volumes 45 and 46)
Marineford Arc
(Chapters 550 to 580, Volumes 56 to 59)
Arlong Park Arc
(Chapters 69 to 95, Volumes 8 to 11)
Alabasta Arc
(Chapters 155 to 217, Volumes 17 to 24)
Post-War Arc
(Chapters 581 to 597, Volumes 59 to 61)
Loguetown Arc
(Chapters 96 to 100, Volumes 11 and 12)
The Final Sea: The New World Saga
Fishman Island Saga Dressrosa Saga Yonko Saga
Return to Sabaody Arc
(Chapters 598 to 602, Volume 61)
Punk Hazard Arc
(Chapters 654 to 699, Volumes 66 to 70)
Zou Arc
(Chapters 802 to 824, Volumes 80 to 82)
Fishman Island Arc
(Chapters 603 to 653, Volumes 61 to 66)
Dressrosa Arc
(Chapters 700 to 801, Volumes 70 to 80)
Whole Cake Island Arc
(Chapters 825 to 902, Volumes 82 to 90)
Reverie Arc
(Chapters 903 to 908, Volume 90)
Wano Country Arc
(Chapters 909 to current, Volume 90 to Current)

Mini-SeriesEdit

  1. Buggy's Crew Adventure Chronicles, Chapters 35 to 75, Volumes 4 to 9.
  2. Diary of Koby-Meppo, Chapters 83 to 119, Volumes 10 to 14.
  3. Jango's Dance Paradise, Chapters 126 to 172, Volumes 14 to 19.
  4. Hatchan's Sea-Floor Stroll, Chapters 182 to 228, Volumes 20 to 25.
  5. Wapol's Omnivorous Hurrah, Chapters 236 to 262, Volumes 25 to 28.
  6. Ace's Great Blackbeard Search, Chapters 272 to 305 , Volumes 29 to 32.
  7. Gedatsu's Accidental Blue-Sea Life, Chapters 314 to 348, Volumes 33 to 37.
  8. Miss Goldenweek's Operation: Meet Baroque Works, Chapters 359 to 413, Volumes 38 to 43.
  9. Where They Are Now:
    1. Skypiea: Chapters 424 to 427, Volume 44.
    2. Water 7: Chapters 486 to 490, Volume 50.
  10. Enel's Great Space Operations, Chapters 428 to 474, Volumes 44 to 49.
  11. CP9's Independent Report, Chapters 491 to 528, Volumes 50 to 54.
  12. Straw Hat's Separation Serial, Chapters 543 to 560, Volumes 56 and 57.
  13. From the Decks of the World, Chapters 613 to 668, Volumes 62 to 68.
  14. Caribou's Kehihihihi in the New World, Chapters 674 to 731, Volumes 68 to 73.
  15. Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea, Chapters 751 to 785, Volumes 75 to 78.
  16. From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc Chapters 805 to 838, Volumes 80 to 83.
  17. The Stories of the Self-Proclaimed Straw Hat Grand Fleet Chapters 864 to 919, Volumes 86 to current

Volumes InformationEdit

Volume CoversEdit

Dust JacketEdit

Each volume is released with a dust jacket, featuring the volume cover, spine, Author's Notes, and the publishing information. Each cover is different, commonly feature the volume title, the header, and image featuring Monkey D. Luffy and several other important characters that appear in the volume, and the author's name. The header and author's name on each volume is of different color.

Volume 50 has a different format of cover changes from the standard title, then picture synopsis, to a picture (of Nami), the title (that is surrounded in flames), and is then followed up with the pictures of Zoro, Luffy, and Brook. This change was likely done to commemorate the fiftieth volume of One Piece.

Inside coversEdit

See also the associated category: Volume Inside Covers.

The actual volume has a somewhat different cover, titled "Inside Cover" which are usually a sepia version of the colored dust jacket. However there are some exceptions:

  • Volumes 15, 19, 21, 28, 38, and 52 have an image of Pandaman instead.
  • The covers for Volumes 21, 28, 71 and 77 covers were the same as the colored covers, but Pandaman replaced other characters. Pandaman can also be found on inside covers for volumes 69 and 72-76.
  • Volume 52 had not just Pandaman, but many other Easter Egg characters that have been mentioned in the SBS.
  • Volume 63's inside cover showed Otohime's grave and Shirahoshi inside Megalo's mouth with Luffy on top.

The inside back cover usually shows a sea chart. Starting from Volume 25, Oda has started drawing a small ongoing story on the inside back cover of Volumes that can barely be spotted using his Easter Egg characters. here there are also some exceptions:

  • Volume 17 has a very small image of Chopper peeking out (from the wrong side, as usual) the bottom corner on the left side.
  • Volumes 36-38 being blank due to Pandaman being eaten by a large fish.
  • Volume 56 instead has two drawings of Luffy in STRONG WORLD outfits, one on each side of the cover.
  • Volumes 62-64 being covered by the message of encouragement and a cover page printed across the page.

IllustrationsEdit

See also the associated category: Volume Illustrations.

At the beginning of each volume there is a grayscale image of Monkey D. Luffy.

SBSEdit

Main article: SBS
Starting Volume 4, an Q&A section titled "SBS" is published before some of the volume's chapters. Those question are usually answered directly by Oda, and are thus consider canon.

Chapters not yet published in volume formatEdit

The following chapters have appeared in Weekly Shōnen Jump but have yet to be reprinted in tankōbon format, as collected volumes of One Piece are generally released every two to three months.

TriviaEdit

CoversEdit

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Four Luffy-less volume covers.

ContentEdit

See alsoEdit

External LinksEdit

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Volumes
Volumes: Volume 1  •  Volume 2  •  Volume 3  •  Volume 4  •  Volume 5  •  Volume 6  •  Volume 7  •  Volume 8  •  Volume 9  •  Volume 10  •  Volume 11  •  Volume 12  •  Volume 13  •  Volume 14  •  Volume 15  •  Volume 16  •  Volume 17  •  Volume 18  •  Volume 19  •  Volume 20  •  Volume 21  •  Volume 22  •  Volume 23  •  Volume 24  •  Volume 25  •  Volume 26  •  Volume 27  •  Volume 28  •  Volume 29  •  Volume 30  •  Volume 31  •  Volume 32  •  Volume 33  •  Volume 34  •  Volume 35  •  Volume 36  •  Volume 37  •  Volume 38  •  Volume 39  •  Volume 40  •  Volume 41  •  Volume 42  •  Volume 43  •  Volume 44  •  Volume 45  •  Volume 46  •  Volume 47  •  Volume 48  •  Volume 49  •  Volume 50  •  Volume 51  •  Volume 52  •  Volume 53  •  Volume 54  •  Volume 55  •  Volume 56  •  Volume 57  •  Volume 58  •  Volume 59  •  Volume 60  •  Volume 61  •  Volume 62  •  Volume 63  •  Volume 64  •  Volume 65  •  Volume 66  •  Volume 67  •  Volume 68  •  Volume 69  •  Volume 70  •  Volume 71  •  Volume 72  •  Volume 73  •  Volume 74  •  Volume 75  •  Volume 76  •  Volume 77  •  Volume 78  •  Volume 79  •  Volume 80  •  Volume 81  •  Volume 82  •  Volume 83  •  Volume 84  •  Volume 85  •  Volume 86  •  Volume 87  •  Volume 88  •  Volume 89  •  Volume 90  •  Volume 91
Special Volumes: One Piece Volume 0  •  One Piece Volume 1000  •  One Piece Volume 777  •  One Piece Volume 794  •  One Piece Volume 333
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Series Information
Creator: Eiichiro Oda
Production
Manga: Chapters and Volumes  •  Cover Stories  •  SBS  •  Author's Notes  •  Databooks  •  Digitally Colored Manga
Anime: Episodes  •  Music  •  Movies  •  Home Video Releases  •  Eyecatchers  •  End Cards
Live-action series:
Distribution
Dubs: Odex (Voice Actors)  •  4Kids Entertainment (Voice Actors  •  Episodes and DVDs)  •  FUNimation Entertainment (Voice Actors  •  Episodes and DVDs)
Translations: VIZ Media
Related Companies: Toei Animation  •  Weekly Shonen Jump  •  Madman Entertainment  •  Manga Entertainment  •  Bandai
Other: Fansub
Miscellaneous
Merchandise: Books (Novels)  •  Figurines  •  CDs  •  Video Games
Other: Early One Piece