One Piece Episode 940 will come out next Sunday and fans are really impressed with the animation quality in Wano arc. The latest One Piece episode 939 was amazing but it dragged for too long without the actual execution of Tonoyasu.
Fans were glad to see the tease of Oden and are eagerly waiting for the flashbacks involving Gol D. Roger and Whitebeard. Here are more details on One Piece Episode 940 release date, preview, spoilers, and ways to watch online the anime in English dub or sub.
One Piece Episode 940 Release Date Preview and Spoilers
One Piece Episode 940 release date is set as Sunday, September 6 as per the official anime sources. The preview for the latest One Piece episode starts with everyone rushing to save Tonoyasu who smiles on his execution platform. Luffy is very angry as he is in the prison, meanwhile Kinemon and the Scabbards are sad to see that the Oden execution is repeated by Orochi again.
One Piece Episode titles for #937 – 940 (Anime Spoilers)
937: Tonoyasu! Ebisu town's star
938: Shockwaves run rampant: The true identity of Ushimitsu Kozo
939: The crew rushes! Save the captured Tonoyasu
940: Zoro's anger, The truth of SMILES! https://t.co/tJFBkLInjw
— YonkouProductions (@YonkouProd) August 4, 2020
One Piece Episode 940 is titled “Zoro’s anger, The truth of SMILES!” and it will show Zoro getting to know the truth about everything happening in Wano. One Piece Episode 940 spoilers suggest that the straw hats will fail to stop the execution and it might start the Oden flashback. One Piece Ep 940 will also reveal the secret of the Smile that always stays on the face of Tonoyasu.
One Piece Episode 940 Watch Online and English Dub
One Piece Episode 940 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 940 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.