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One Piece Episode 1036 – What Time It Will Premiere On Crunchyroll? All You Need To Know

One Piece‘s anime is making slow progress, but it will eventually catch up to the manga. There have been numerous significant changes in recent chapters of the manga. In addition to upending the tale thus far, some of these modifications have also given rise to some brand-new epic scenes that we cannot wait to see in the anime.

We’ll tell you all you need to know about One Piece Episode 1036 while we wait for these events to occur.

One Piece Episode 1036 Release Date & Time

The American premiere of One Piece Episode 1035 is scheduled for Saturday, October 15. On October 16 at 9:30 JST Sunday, the episode will be broadcast in Japan.

Crunchyroll is simulcasting the show for global viewers. After the Japanese broadcast, the episode with English subtitles will be available for viewing. That would occur on Saturday at the following times in the US:

In the accompanying locales and time zones, the episode will air at the following times

  • Pacific Daylight Time: 7:00 PM (October 8)
  • Central Daylight Time: 9:00 PM (October 8)
  • Eastern Daylight Time: 10:00 PM (October 8)
  • British Summertime: 3:00 AM (October 9)
  • Central European Summer time: 4:00 AM (October 9)
  • Indian Standard time: 7:30 AM (October 9)
  • Philippine time: 10:00 AM (October 9)
  • Australian Central Daylight Time: 11:30 AM (October 9)
  • Spain – 10:00 AM CEST (October 9)
  • Latin America – 3:00 AM PDT (October 9)

Plot Of One Piece Episode 1036

Since the narrative of an episode is rarely released before it airs, we don’t yet know what will happen in One Piece Episode 1036. We’ll outline what transpired in the most recent episode as it hasn’t yet been broadcast anyplace so you’ll know what to anticipate going forward:

Hyogo defeats the samurai who support Kaido and some Oniwabanshu ninjas by regaining his old power and physique as a result of the infection. Luffy took a break on the roof before returning to the battle with the others.

One Piece Episode 1035 Recap

Shinobu panics because Momonosuke’s head isn’t right. After hearing Shinobu’s voice, Kinemon and Kiku locate her and Momonosuke. Chopper is still battling Queen in the meantime. Chopper once more defends the others as Perospero unleashes another barrage of candy arrows. The Rumble Ball effects’ window of opportunity is going to close. In a flashback, Chopper remembers talking to Caesar on the Sunny.

Caesar proposes to increase the effectiveness of the Rumble Ball by extending its effects to last for 30 minutes because he feels that three minutes is insufficient. Caesar advises Chopper to take a chance despite the potential negative repercussions because he’ll need it.

Chopper keeps assaulting the Queen. He won’t lose since he is reminded of what Luffy said to him before departing. In the midst of their altercation, Bao Huang addresses the Onigashima community. She claims that after Kaido defeated Luffy, Luffy has currently sunk to the bottom of the sea.

The Straw Hats, however, can’t believe it and are unwilling to give up. Shinobu spots Mary eyeing Kinemon and the others as he returns to them. They are finally overtaken by Kanjuro. Once more, he impersonates Oden, initially deceiving Shinobu and Momonosuke.

Kanjuro and Kiku become enraged because they recognize Kanjuro. Kiku rushes to assault him but is unsuccessful when she thinks of the real Oden. She is then stabbed by Kanjuro, and she drops. Finally revealing himself, he claims that Kiku has seriously hurt him as well. Kinemon tells Kiku that Wano’s future will turn out the way she hoped it would. After Kiku loses consciousness, Kinemon battles Kanjuro. Kanjuro is successfully slashed by Kinemon, and he collapses to the floor.

Soon after, Kinemon is advised to flee by Shinobu. But Kaido shows up after colliding with the ceiling. Shinobu is instructed by Kinemon to go with Momonosuke. They are obstructed by Kinemon, but Kaido uses his weapon to fight Kinemon.

Where can I watch Episode 1036 of One Piece?

The only place to see One Piece every week is on Crunchyroll. The show is often available on Crunchyroll through a process called “simulcast,” but you have to watch it in Japanese with English subtitles.

Hulu offers to the stream of previous episodes. The English dub is accessible on Hulu and Crunchyroll/Funimation.

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