One Piece Chapter 1100: Release date & spoilers

Savannah Howard
One Piece's Kuma as a warlordToei Animation

One Piece Chapter 1100 will reveal more about Kuma’s tragic backstory, including Saturn’s involvement. So, here’s the release date and possible spoilers.

Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece is set to reach another milestone soon with the release of the highly-anticipated chapter 1100. We’re currently in the Egghead Island arc, focusing on the heart-breaking life of Kuma and how he started a revolution in the Sobert Kingdom, and the story is only going to get darker.

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With the flashback now entering its final stages, and chapter 1099 seeing Kuma finally on the cusp of curing Bonney of the Sapphire Scales after making a deal with the devil (Vegapunk) it’s time to return the Pacifista Project to the limelight.

So, with all that in mind, let’s take a look at the release date for One Piece chapter 1100 and delve deeper into all the possible spoilers.

One Piece Chapter 1100 release date and time

One Piece Chapter 1100 will be released on December 4 at 12:00am JST.

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The chapter will be available across various time zones, and will be released on December 3 in the US and much of the West. You can find your time zone below:

  • 10:00am Eastern Time Zone
  • 9:00am Central Time
  • 7:00am Pacific Time
  • 3:00pm Greenwich Mean Time
  • 8:30pm Indian Standard Time
  • 2:00am Australian Standard Time (December 4)

One Piece Chapter 1100 preview and spoilers

Following Chapter 1099, we now know the heartbreaking reason why Kuma sacrificed his body, and the spoilers for Chapter 1100 claim that we will explore this in more detail to discover how Kuma became one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea (Shichibukai) and a cyborg.

One Piece Chapter 1100 will pick up where 1099 left off, and begin with Saint Jaygarcia Saturn’s intervention. Saturn, who the previous chapter revealed was eavesdropping on Kuma and Dr. Vegapunk’s original plans, decides to create the ultimate weapon from Kuma instead. So, Saturn threatens to arrest Kuma and Bonney unless he agrees to become a Shichibukai.

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Left without much choice, Kuma agrees and negotiates Bonney’s safety in return. Both of them then undergo surgery, Bonney’s to cure her Sapphire Scales and Kuma’s to become a cyborg. Although these procedures have a long recovery time, both are eventually successful and Bonney is allowed to return to the Sorbet Kingdom while Kuma becomes a Shichibukai.

Following this, the spoilers say that the chapter will show some of the old warlords – most likely Sir Crocodile, Hawkeye “Dracule” Mihawk, Jinbe, Donquiote Doflamingo, Gecko Moria, and Boa Hancock – reactions to the new version of Kuma. However, it is still unclear whether they will interact with Kuma in person or find out about this new monstrous cyborg some other way.

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Without giving too much away, the spoilers then go to the end of the chapter, revealing that (still in possession of his mind and memories) Kuma will send a letter to Bonney to tell her that he loves her.

Onto the final panels and there’s a major twist in store. Kuma will arrive at Foosha village, Monkey D. Luffy’s hometown. What could his reasoning be? Who or what could he be after?

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