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An eyecatcher is a scene or illustration used to begin and end a commercial break in a TV program, especially in anime and tokusatsu shows.

In One Piece, there are two eyecatchers in every episode, and each one shows one of the Straw Hat Pirates, usually the ones who had the most significance in the episode, accompanied by a short excerpt of their respective themes.

First set of EyecatchersEdit

Straw Hats first eyecatchers

The Straw Hat Pirates in the first set of Eyecatchers.

From Episode 1 to Episode 206 each eyecatcher showed an image of one of the Straw Hat Pirates on a wanted poster. The wanted poster is flying in the wind, then stopping, allowing a clear view of the image. In the background, there are the other Straw Hat Pirates, but only the ones that already joined the crew. There is a different tune for each Straw Hat Pirate and Vivi and Carue. Vivi and Carue's eyecatcher was only in use while they travelled with the Straw Hat Pirates and discontinued at the end of the Alabasta Saga when they parted ways with the crew.

First appearance of each EyecatcherEdit

Character First Appearance
Monkey D. Luffy Episode 1
Roronoa Zoro Episode 3
Nami Episode 8
Usopp Episode 17
Sanji Episode 20
Nefertari Vivi and Carue Episode 67
Tony Tony Chopper Episode 90
Nico Robin Episode 131

The end of the first set of EyecatchersEdit

Luffy eyecatcher poster
The end of Luffy's first eyecatcher.
Zoro eyecatcher poster
The end of Zoro's first eyecatcher.
Nami eyecatcher poster
The end of Nami's first eyecatcher.
Usopp eyecatcher poster
The end of Usopp's first eyecatcher.
Sanji eyecatcher poster
The end of Sanji's first eyecatcher.
Vivi eyecatcher poster
The end of Vivi's and Carue's eyecatcher.
Chopper eyecatcher poster
The end of Chopper's first eyecatcher.
Robin eyecatcher poster
The end of Robin's first eyecatcher.

Special EditionEdit

Recently, the series began airing again from the beginning of the series, but this time they aired in a higher resolution than the original 4:3 (NTSC). It now airs in 16:9 (HDTV) resolution. This edition is upscaled and cropped remasters of the episodes in the beginning of the series, and it's called "The Special Edition". Due to the higher resolution, the eyecatchers in this version look a little different, but they are still the same eyecatchers from the first set.

Luffy Eyecatcher Special Edition
The end of Luffy's first eyecatcher in the Special Edition.
Zoro Eyecatcher Special Edition
The end of Zoro's first eyecatcher in the Special Edition.
Nami Eyecatcher Special Edition
The end of Nami's first eyecatcher in the Special Edition.
Usopp Eyecatcher Special Edition
The end of Usopp's first eyecatcher in the Special Edition.
Sanji Eyecatcher Special Edition
The end of Sanji's first eyecatcher in the Special Edition.

Second set of EyecatchersEdit

From Episode 207 to Episode 516 a new set of eyecatchers aired. They still feature one of the Straw Hat Pirates with the same set of tunes for each one, but with a different animation. In each of them, a Straw Hat is doing something he or she usually does through a telescope, which then pans down to some items unique to the character. The items are often related to their role in the crew. The second set of eyecatchers was initially introduced at the start of the Long Ring Long Land Arc, with the switch to high-definition format, and retired after the two-year timeskip. 

Activity, special items for each crewmember and first appearance of each eyecatcherEdit

Character Activity Special Items First Appearance
Monkey D. Luffy Gazes at the sky, then realizes he is being watched and turns his left eye towards the telescope. The straw hat and his vest. Episode 207
Roronoa Zoro Yawns, then he realizes he is being watched and looks surprised and slightly annoyed at the telescope. His swords. (Shusui takes the place of Yubashiri later on) Episode 244; updated in Episode 381
Nami Catches a falling beri, then realizes she is being watched and looks at the telescope with an unfriendly look in her face. A map, a pinwheel and some tangerines. Episode 244
Usopp The telescope zooms into his right eye through a pair of sniper goggles, then the zooms out to show him taking the goggles off. His sniper goggles and a bullseye target with darts. Also, the tree branch he used to talk to Kaya. Episode 246
Sanji Close-up on his right eyebrow and then his face. He smiles at the telescope and moves it with his left hand. A cooked meal. Episode 246
Tony Tony Chopper Observes the telescope, then suddenly realizes he is being watched and quickly hides in his reverse cartoon peek. A sakura tree and his bag of medicine. Episode 245
Nico Robin She is seen from the back, then she turns and smiles at the telescope. A history book and a shadow of her sprouting arms. Episode 243
Franky There is a close-up of the top of his hair then his face. He looks at the telescope, smiles and jumps back to do his signature pose.

Machinery and some bottles of cola.

Episode 330
Brook It begins with a creepy close-up of his face, then the telescope zooms out showing him running across water while holding his hat in his right hand. A violin, some music sheets, and a fancy tea set. Episode 381

The Straw Hats in the second setEdit

Luffy Eyecatcher Set 2
Luffy in his second eyecatcher.
Zoro Eyecatcher Set 2
Zoro in his second eyecatcher.
Nami Eyecatcher Set 2
Nami in her second eyecatcher.
Usopp Eyecatcher Set 2
Usopp in his second eyecatcher.
Sanji Eyecatcher Set 2
Sanji in his second eyecatcher.
Chopper Eyecatcher Set 2
Chopper in his second eyecatcher.
Robin Eyecatcher Set 2
Robin in her second eyecatcher.
Franky Eyecatcher Set 2
Franky in his first eyecatcher.
Brook Eyecatcher Set 2
Brook in his first eyecatcher.

The items in the second set of EyecatchersEdit

Eyecatcher Luffy
Luffy's items in his second eyecatcher.
Eyecacher zoro
Zoro's items in his second eyecatcher (first version).
Eyecacher zoro 2-2
Zoro's items in his second eyecatcher (second version).
Eyecacher nami
Nami's items in her second eyecatcher.
Eyecacher usopp
Usopp's items in his second eyecatcher.
Eyecacher sanji
Sanji's items in his second eyecatcher.
Eyecacher chopper
Chopper's items in his second eyecatcher.
Robin Second Eyecatcher End
Robin's items in her second eyecatcher.
Eyecacher franky
Franky's items in his first eyecatcher.
Eyecatcher brook
Brook's items in his first eyecatcher.

Third set of EyecatchersEdit

From Episode 517 to Episode 746 the eyecatchers have changed drastically. The eyecatchers have their own unique music, different from any music heard in an eyecatcher before, and so far all of the eyecatchers have the same music. Each eyecatcher shows the shadows of all the Straw Hat pirates passing, except for one of them, who is passing while picking up an item that belongs to him or her. After that the eyecatcher then switches to an image of the Straw Hat Pirates on a shore next to the Thousand Sunny.

This set is greatly different from the first two sets, which were fairly similar in presentation. The first two sets showed only one crew member per eyecatcher, but the third set showed all the Straw Hats in a single one. Another difference is that unlike the first two sets, this set is showing the Straw Hats post-timeskip. In addition to the personal eyecatchers, in this set there is another eyecatcher that represents the One Piece logo. Since its debut in Episode 535, it has appeared in every episode as the second eyecatcher. It has the same music as the personal eyecatchers, and the music for the eyecatchers was modified into a more fanfare-like rendition at the start of the Punk Hazard Arc onward, along with its sibling soundtrack "To the New World".

Activity and first appearance of each EyecatcherEdit

Character Activity Special Items First Appearance
Monkey D. Luffy Luffy's straw hat is on a table with some coins. On the wall next to it there is a map and the shadows of all the Straw Hat Pirates passing by in this order: Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Brook, Chopper, Sanji, Franky, Robin and then Luffy passes while picking up his straw hat. The eyecatcher then switches to an image of the Straw Hat Pirates on a shore next to the Thousand Sunny. Luffy's straw hat Episode 517
Roronoa Zoro Zoro's Wado Ichimonji on a table with some coins. On the wall next to them there is a map and the shadows of all the Straw Hat Pirates passing by in this order: Luffy, Nami, Usopp, Brook, Chopper, Sanji, Franky, Robin and then Zoro passes while picking up his sword. The eyecatcher then switches to an image of the Straw Hat Pirates on a shore next to the Thousand Sunny. Zoro's sword, Wado Ichimonji Episode 533
Nami Nami's Paradise Log Pose on a table with a map and some coins. On the wall next to it there is a map and the shadows of all the Straw Hat Pirates passing by in this order: Luffy, Zoro, Usopp, Brook, Chopper, Sanji, Franky, Robin and then Nami passes while picking up her old Log Pose. The eyecatcher then switches to an image of the Straw Hat Pirates on a shore next to the Thousand Sunny. Nami's Paradise Log Pose Episode 539
Usopp Usopp's Kuro Kabuto on a table with some pop green and some coins. On the wall next to them there is a map and the shadows of all the Straw Hat Pirates passing by in this order: Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Brook, Chopper, Sanji, Franky, Robin and then Usopp passes while picking up his slingshot. The eyecatcher then switches to an image of the Straw Hat Pirates on a shore next to the Thousand Sunny. Usopp's Kuro Kabuto and some pop green Episode 579
Sanji Sanji's suit jacket is on a table with some coins. On the wall next to it there is a map and the shadows of all the Straw Hat Pirates passing by in this order: Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Brook, Chopper, Franky, Robin and then Sanji passes while picking up his jacket. The eyecatcher then switches to an image of the Straw Hat Pirates on a shore next to the Thousand Sunny. Sanji's suit jacket Episode 551
Tony Tony Chopper Chopper's medicine bag on a table with some purple flowers and coins. On the wall next to it there is a map and the shadows of all the Straw Hat Pirates passing by in this order: Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Brook, Sanji, Franky, Robin and then Chopper passes while picking up his bag. The eyecatcher then switches to an image of the Straw Hat Pirates on a shore next to the Thousand Sunny. Chopper's medicine bag Episode 533
Nico Robin Robin's books on a table with some coins. On the wall next to it there is a map and the shadows of all the Straw Hat Pirates passing by in this order: Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Brook, Chopper, Sanji, Franky, and then Robin passes while picking up a book. The eyecatcher then switches to an image of the Straw Hat Pirates on a shore next to the Thousand Sunny. Robin's books Episode 554
Franky Franky's cola bottles on a table with some coins. On the wall next to them there is a map and the shadows of all the Straw Hat Pirates passing by in this order: Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Brook, Chopper, Sanji, Robin and then Franky passes by while picking up a bottle. The eyecatcher then switches to an image of the Straw Hat Pirates on a shore next to the Thousand Sunny. Franky's cola bottles Episode 534
Brook Brook's violin on a table with some coins. On the wall next to it there is a map and the shadows of all the Straw Hat Pirates passing by in this order: Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Chopper, Sanji, Franky, Robin, and then Brook passes while picking up his violin. The eyecatcher then switches to an image of the Straw Hat Pirates on a shore next to the Thousand Sunny. Brook's violin Episode 538
One Piece Logo Luffy's straw hat is flying in the wind while a figure of Luffy is trying to catch it. At the same time the One Piece logo is being built. Luffy's figure with the straw hat lands in the section in the word 'Piece' where the "i" should be, and then the background changes from a sky with clouds to a colorful map as the One Piece logo is completely built. --- Episode 535

The Special Items in the third set of EyecatchersEdit

Luffy 3rd eyecatcher
Luffy picking up his straw hat.
Zoro 3rd eyecatcher
Zoro picking up his sword.
Nami 3rd eyecatcher
Nami picking up her Log Pose.
Usopp Eyecatcher 3
Usopp picking up his slingshot.
Sanji 3rd eyecatcher
Sanji picking up his suit.
Chopper 3rd eyecatcher
Chopper picking up his bag.
Robin 3rd eyecatcher
Robin picking up her book.
Franky 3rd Eyecatcher
Franky picking up his cola bottle.
Brook 3rd eyecatcher
Brook picking up his violin.

The end of the third set of EyecatchersEdit

New World Eyecatcher
The end of the personal eyecatchers in the third set of eyecatchers.
Eyecatcher set 3 OP logo
The end of the One Piece Logo eyecatcher.

Fourth Set of EyecatchersEdit

From Episode 747 onwards the eyecatchers have changed. The eyecatchers have their own unique background depending on what character is being used, and each character has the same tune that was used in the first two sets of eyecatchers. Each eyecatcher starts with the News Coo flying over the ocean before transitioning to one of the Straw Hat Pirates' wanted posters. Currently Bartolomeo and Law also have their own eyecatcher and so far they are the only two non-Straw Hat members to get an eyecatcher in this set.

This is the second time that the wanted posters are being used for the eyecatchers, although the bounties and pictures have been updated to the current wanted posters.

Activity and first appearance of each EyecatcherEdit

Character Activity Special Backgrounds First Appearance
Monkey D. Luffy Luffy's hometown in the background. With Luffy's current bounty traveling along the wind before hitting the screen showing us his bounty picture. Foosha Village Episode 747
Roronoa Zoro Zoro's village in the background. With Zoro's current bounty traveling along the wind before hitting the screen showing us his bounty picture. Shimotsuki Village Episode 749
Nami Nojiko delivers tangerines to Genzo's office in the background. With Nami's current bounty traveling along the wind before hitting the screen showing us her bounty picture. Genzo's office in Cocoyasi Village Episode 757
Usopp On the road to Syrup Village, the former Usopp Pirates and Kaya are in the background. With Usopp's current bounty traveling along the wind before hitting the screen showing us his bounty picture. Syrup Village Episode 753
Sanji Baratie and Nasugasira are shown in the background. With Sanji's current bounty traveling along the wind before hitting the screen showing us his bounty picture. Baratie and Nasugasira Episode 756
Tony Tony Chopper The castle on the foot of the Drum Rockies, with the mountains behind it are shown in the background. With Chopper's current bounty traveling along the wind before hitting the screen showing us his bounty picture. The castle at the foot of the Drum Rockies. Episode 756
Nico Robin A Poneglyph and the Orrery that was in the Tree of Knowledge are shown in the background. With Robin's current bounty traveling along the wind before hitting the screen showing us her bounty picture. A Poneglyph and the Orrery in the Tree of Knowledge. Episode 753
Franky Mozu and Kiwi are in a bar. With Franky's current bounty traveling along the wind before hitting the screen showing us his bounty picture. Mozu and Kiwi Episode 760
Brook Crocus empty chair on Twin Cape is shown. With Brook's current bounty traveling along the wind before hitting the screen showing us his bounty picture. Twin Cape Episode 763
Bartolomeo Going Luffy-senpai docked. With Bartolomeo's current bounty traveling along the wind before hitting the screen showing us his bounty picture. Going Luffy-senpai Episode 747
Trafalgar Law Polar Tang traveling with the current. With Law's current bounty traveling along the wind before hitting the screen showing us his bounty picture. Polar Tang Episode 749

The Bounty Posters in the fourth set of EyecatchersEdit

Luffy 4th Eyecatcher Face
Luffy's bounty poster.
Zoro 4th Eyecatcher Face
Zoro's bounty poster.
Nami 4th Eyecatcher Face
Nami's bounty poster.
Usopp 4th Eyecatcher Face
Usopp's bounty poster.
Sanji 4th Eyecatcher Face
Sanji's bounty poster.
Chopper 4th Eyecatcher Face
Chopper's bounty poster.
Robin 4th Eyecatcher Face
Robin's bounty poster.
Franky 4th Eyecatcher Face
Franky's bounty poster.
Brook 4th Eyecatcher Face
Brook's bounty poster.
Bartolomeo 4th Eyecatcher Face
Bartolomeo's bounty poster.
Law 4th Eyecatcher Face
Law's bounty poster.

The Special Backgrounds in the fourth set of EyecatchersEdit

Luffy 4th Eyecatcher Background
Foosha Village.
Zoro 4th Eyecatcher Background
Shimotsuki Village.
Nami 4th Eyecatcher Background
Genzo's office in Cocoyasi Village.
Usopp 4th Eyecatcher Background
The former Usopp Pirates and Kaya On the road to Syrup Village.
Sanji 4th Eyecatcher Background
Baratie and Nasugasira.
Chopper 4th Eyecatcher Background
The castle at the foot of the Drum Rockies.
Robin 4th Eyecatcher Background
A Poneglyph and an Orrery.
Franky 4th Eyecatcher Background
Mozu and Kiwi.
Brook 4th Eyecatcher Background
Twin Cape.
Bartolomeo 4th Eyecatcher Background
Going Luffy Senpai.
Law 4th Eyecatcher Background
Polar Tang.

Special EyecatchersEdit

Aside from the regular sets of eyecatchers, there are a few special eyecatchers which appeared only once on special occasions. So far, there are seven special eyecatchers, one of them was in the Chopper Man's special episode. Three others are from the time when Dragon Ball Kai was followed by One Piece when it first aired in Japan, so special eyecatchers featuring the characters from both series were made and shown between the two series. Another eyecatcher is from the second Toriko X One Piece Collaboration Special. The last two are from the History's Strongest Collaboration Special.

Activity and first appearance of each Special EyecatcherEdit

Character(s) Activity First Appearance
Chopper Man Frangashan is chasing after Chopper Man until they exit the screen, then Frangashan comes back, but now he is running away from Giant Luffy Bomber, who tries to punch Frangashan, but he hits Namifia, who starts chasing after Frangashan and Giant Luffy Bomber. The eyecatcher ends with Chopper Man looking at the camera from very close, and with the phrase "Chopper Man" next to him. Episode 336
Monkey D. Luffy and Kuririn Monkey D. Luffy and Kuririn (both voiced by Mayumi Tanaka) are seen standing next to each other in a fighting position, when Luffy says, "One Piece is coming!". Kuririn then tries to punch Luffy, who blocks it with his hand, while Kuririn says, "Trust in the Kienzan!". An alternate version, Kuririn says: "We count on you, Luffy"[1]. They both look at the camera as the eyecatcher ends. They seem to be at the entrance of Dragon Ball's Tenka'ichi Budokai battle platform. Dream 9
Roronoa Zoro and Piccolo Roronoa Zoro and Piccolo (coincidentally both voiced by Christopher Sabat in the FUNimation dubs) are seen with their backs to the camera from far away. They are looking at a newspaper when Zoro says, "Is One Piece now?", and then Piccolo replies "It's very interesting". The camera then zooms to their faces as they turn around saying, "Watch it!". They seem to be located in Dragon Ball Z's Room of Spirit and Time. Dream 9
Tony Tony Chopper and Son Gohan Tony Tony Chopper and Son Gohan are seen riding on Kinto'un. Gohan stares at the camera while saying "One Piece is coming". At the same time Chopper is seen hugging a part of Kinto'un. Chopper then falls to the other side of Kinto'un but still holding to it saying "Be patient!" Dream 9
Luffy and Toriko A stand still image of Toriko and Luffy with a special logo of Toriko X One Piece Collaboration Special 2.

Episode 542

Luffy, Toriko, and Goku Luffy, Toriko, and Goku are sitting together, laughing, and then the camera zooms in and we see them smiling.

Episode 590

Luffy, Toriko, and Goku Luffy, Toriko, and Goku are smiling together, and then the camera zooms out and we see them laughing.

Episode 590

Episode 336 Chopperman Eyecatcher
Chopper Man's special eyecatcher
Luffy Eyecatcher Dragon Ball Kai
Luffy and Kuririn's special eyecatcher.
Zoro Dragon Ball Z Kai Eyecatcher
Zoro and Piccolo's special eyecatcher.
Eyecatcher OP - DB3
Chopper and Gohan's special eyecatcher.
Luffy and Toriko Eyecatcher
Luffy and Toriko's special eyecatcher.
Eyecatcher 1 590
Luffy, Goku, and Toriko's first special eyecatcher.
Eyecatcher 2 590
Luffy, Goku, and Toriko's second special eyecatcher.

Number of AppearancesEdit

Character Appearances in the First Set Appearances in the Second Set Appearances in the Third Set Appearances in the Fourth Set (so far) Overall (so far)
Monkey D. Luffy 148 258 101 11 518
Roronoa Zoro 51 67 16 4 138
Nami 58 46 27 3 134
Usopp 48 45 16 3 112
Sanji 44 50 20 4 118
Nefertari Vivi and Carue 29 --- --- --- 29
Tony Tony Chopper 23 43 22 2 90
Nico Robin 13 54 17 3 87
Franky --- 26 19 1 46
Brook --- 19 13 2 34
One Piece Logo --- --- 212 --- 212
Bartolomeo --- --- --- 6 6
Law --- --- --- 3 3

TriviaEdit

  • The characters of One Piece get a personal eyecatcher only after they join the Straw Hat Pirates. For example, Brook, despite fighting alongside the Straw Hats for the entirety of the Thriller Bark Arc, had no eyecatcher until his official recruitment. Sanji is the exception, having an eyecatcher just two episodes after his initial appearance, long before joining the crew.
  • The images of the Straw Hats on the wanted posters from the first set of eyecatchers are different from the images on their actual wanted posters.
  • While Vivi was traveling with the Straw Hat crew, she had an eyecatcher of her own, where Vivi and Carue are shown on a wanted poster with their own unique theme music playing.
  • In Zoro's second eyecatcher, when his three swords were shown, his sword Yubashiri was one of them. Later on, when Yubashiri was destroyed and he got his next sword, Shusui, the swords were changed in the eyecatcher to fit the story.
  • Episodes 207-241 showed only Luffy's new eyecatcher, but during in 207 both Chopper and Sanji's themes were playing. The eyecatchers did not update to feature the other Straw Hat Pirates until the beginning of the Water 7 Arc. Notably, Nami and Sanji are portrayed with the outfits they wore during the arc (for Nami, her second outfit), and the eyecatchers keep them in these outfits for the remainder of their use.
  • Brook's first eyecatcher in the second set is the only one where it shows a different sky background and the telescope moves upward to show his special items.
  • Episodes 517-532 showed only Luffy's new eyecatcher.
  • Throughout the first dozen episodes of the series, the eyecatchers played the wrong theme with the wrong wanted posters.
    • In Episode 1 Luffy's poster came up twice, but Zoro's theme played in the first time.
    • In Episode 3 Luffy's theme played when Zoro's poster came up.
    • In Episode 6 Luffy and Zoro's themes are reversed.
    • In Episode 8 Nami's theme played when Zoro's poster came up.
    • In Episode 9 Luffy and Nami's posters are seen, but Zoro's eyecatcher is playing.
    • In Episodes 13 - 15 Zoro's theme played when Luffy's poster came up.
    • In Episodes 139 and 143 Robin's theme played when Zoro's poster came up.
    • In Episode 151 Dracule Mihawk is seen observing Luffy and Zoro's bounties and his theme plays continuously and while it is playing the screen cuts to the commercial break eyecatchers and Zoro's comes up while Mihawk's theme is still playing.
  • In Brook's 3rd set of eyecatcher, Brook picks up a violin, but in the series he is holding a guitar. Brook is still associated with his violin, but is now more commonly seen as a guitarist after gaining his rock star image as the Soul King.
  • Episode 24 is the first episode to not have Luffy's eyecatcher in it.
  • Franky's first eyecatcher shows a bottle cap fly off one of the cola bottles as it fizzes over. Then, a glass pipe full of cola cracks, causing a leak to spurt out. It is difficult to observe what happened to the pipe at first glance, but one can make out that the bottle cap ricochets off the pipe, fracturing it.
  • Bartolomeo's 4th set eyecatcher shows the same scene as the first eyecatchers in the series (Episode 1 - 206), except with the Going Luffy-senpai docked instead of the Going Merry, and without his crew members.
  • Episode 747 is the first time a new set of eyecatchers is introduced with Luffy's eyecatcher only appearing once, excluding special eyecatchers.
  • The beginning of the 4th set of eyecatchers resemble the first volume of the From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc Mini-Series which show the News Coo deliver the news, however the anime does not show Surume in the background.

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