One Piece Episode 935 will come out next weekend and it will reveal some shocking truth about Oden and the Wano country. Zoro has been fighting two enemies with an empty stomach and missing his third sword, which is why the Supernova collapses. Zoro was facing Gyukumaru and Kamazo where he was badly injured when a scythe pierced his shoulder.
Kozuki Hiyori comes to save Zoro in One Piece Ep. 935 as he risked his life for her safety. Luffy is still improving his armament haki in the Udon prison while fighting the subordinates of Queen. Here are more details on One Piece Episode 935 release date, preview, spoilers and ways to watch online the anime in English dub or sub.
One Piece Episode 935 Release Date Preview and Spoilers
One Piece Episode 935 release date is set as Sunday, August 2 as per the official anime sources. One Piece Episode 935 title is “Zoro Stunned! The Shocking Identity of Mysterious Woman” where Zoro learns about the real identity of Komurasaki as Kozuki Hiyori.
An exclusive early Picture from episode 935 of one piece Anime
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The preview video for the next anime episode shows that Luffy is improving his Color of Arms (Haki) with deadly training to defeat Kaido. Zoro is saved by Hiyori when he learns about the Wano incident that happened 20 years ago.
Hiyori will learn that Momonosuke is alive and have 20 years into the future. Whereas Zoro will get to know about the secret of Oden in One Piece Ep 935 and what happened in Wano country.
One Piece Episode 935 Watch Online and English Dub
One Piece Episode 935 can be watched on channels such as Fuji TV, Korean Broadcasting System and Spacetoon. The latest episodes of One Piece anime series can also be streamed online on Funimation, Crunchyroll, Hulu, Animelab, VRV and other streaming services based on your location.
It will have both options to watch One Piece Episode 935 English dub and sub so that viewers outside Japan can also watch it without any issues. Netflix has also added the first two arcs of One Piece anime on its streaming library and very soon, Wano arc will also stream on the service.