One Piece: Netflix drops clue about the villain in season 2

One Piece: Netflix drops clue about the villain in season 2

Are you ready, pirates? Since they first set sail in the pages of the manga, the Straw Hat Pirates have captured the hearts of fans around the world. Now, after more than 25 years as a hit anime and manga, the beloved hacking adventure of Eiichiro Oda has come to the screen through a live-action series produced by Netflix.

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Despite some failed anime adaptations in the past, the criticisms for this adaptation of One Piece- One Piece: Netflix drops clue about the villain in season 290% they have been enthusiastic. But, as is common in the world of entertainment, fans are wondering what the future holds for their beloved characters.

What will happen in the second season?

Although Netflix has yet to officially confirm a second season, that hasn’t stopped the showrunners from Steven MaedaSteven Maeda and matt owens leave intriguing clues as to what might be coming for the Straw Hats in the future.

The latest clue comes in the form of a post-credits scene in the live-action series of one piece. This scene, which occurs just after the closing logo of the series and before the end credits, has sparked a wave of speculation among fans, wondering: what will happen in the next season?

One Piece Critic Rating (Credit: The USA Print)
One Piece Critic Rating (Credit: The USA Print)

A new villain?

In this scene, a shadowy figure sits at a desk, holding two cigars in one hand. The music builds the tension as this mysterious figure gazes at the wanted poster for Luffy (played by Inaki Godoy), an iconic element in the plot.

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What happens next has fans excited and eager for what’s to come. The mysterious character begins to slowly burn the center of Luffy’s banner with fire, creating an atmosphere charged with intrigue.

Speculation has been running high, with many fans believing that this mysterious pirate is One Piece’s veteran antagonist, Smoker. If this turns out to be true, Smoker would be poised to play a crucial role as a villain in the following season, introducing him as the main antagonist of this series.

Who is Smoker?

For those unfamiliar, Smoker is a character that has been around in some of the early arcs of One Piece. While Netflix season 1 didn’t delve into the character of him, Smoker is expected to be a major fixture in future installments.

Smoker is known for his long sword, sharp sunglasses, and trademark cigars, often holding two in his mouth and several wrapped in his arms. Like Luffy, the protagonist of the series, Smoker also possesses the power of the Devil Fruit, allowing him to transform into smoke at any time.

Throughout the One Piece anime and manga, Smoker has been both friend and foe to the Straw Hat Pirates, which adds an extra layer of complexity to his character. This suggests that if the Netflix series continues beyond season two, Smoker will be a constant presence.

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What is the future of One Piece on Netflix?

As fans continue to enjoy the first season of One Piece- One Piece: Netflix drops clue about the villain in season 290% on Netflix, excitement for the future of the series is growing. The post-credits scene hinting at Smoker’s arrival as a villain in the upcoming season has added a new level of excitement.

Although a second season has yet to be officially confirmed, the hints and the quality of the adaptation keep fans hopeful that this exciting adventure will continue to explore the vast world of One Piece. So, it seems, we will continue to see Luffy (Inaki Godoy), Nami (Emily Rudd), Roronoa Zoro (Mackenyu), Sanji (taz skylar) and Usopp (Jacob Romero Gibson) in their adventures as pirates on Netflix.

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