One Piece chapter 1117 confirms June release schedule

On Monday, June 10, 2024, @pewpiece (Pew), a reputable leaker for the One Piece series, unofficially confirmed that there would be no break week for chapter 1117. This news was announced on their X (formerly Twitter) account following a long break week for the original manga series by author and illustrator Eiichiro Oda. This marks the beginning of the spoiler process for chapter 1117, which has just been released.

This update on One Piece chapter 1117 is particularly thrilling for fans, given the manga’s recent irregular release schedule. Although most fans did not have any issues with the inconsistency, they are eagerly anticipating the confirmation of no break week for the series.

Additionally, the news of One Piece chapter 1117 has added to the excitement, especially with the confirmation that both My Hero Academia and Jujutsu Kaisen will be on hiatus for two weeks. These three series are Shueisha’s flagship titles in their Weekly Shonen Jump lineup, providing further context as to why Oda has not scheduled a break week after the official release of chapter 1117.

One Piece Chapter 1117: The Series Returns to Regular Serialization

Considering the current point in the Egghead arc and its progression, it is logical for One Piece chapter 1117 to resume regular serialization. Despite lacking confirmation, it appears that the arc is near its end, with only a few chapters remaining. Therefore, it is fitting for the series to return to its usual schedule.

The most significant proof backing this claim is the Gorosei’s discovery of the location of the Transmission Transponder Snail, which is broadcasting Dr. Vegapunk’s message. Additionally, the Gorosei appears determined to unite and confront the Iron Giant, a.k.a the ancient robot, in order to halt the broadcast from Dr. Vegapunk.

Despite this, the Straw Hats will remain unchased by the group, as there is no significant Marine force on the island capable of preventing their escape. As a result, attention will likely be divided between the final parts of Dr. Vegapunk’s message, the Gorosei’s battle against the Iron Giant, and the Straw Hats’ departure from Egghead Island.

Oda’s manga series was first published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in July 1997 and has been continuously serialized there since. The series is currently in its Final Saga and Oda has stated that it will conclude within the next few years.

Toei Animation began airing the television anime series adapted from the manga in October 1999. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the anime. Wit Studios has also confirmed that a remake of the anime, titled THE ONE PIECE, is currently in production.

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