Netflix’s One Piece Live-Action Movie: 5 details you may have missed in Teaser

One Piece Live-Action Movie
One Piece Live-Action Movie (cc: Netflix)

The new One Piece Live Action series on Netflix has been getting a lot of attention lately. The first teaser for the show was released a few days ago and it got fans really excited. People are talking about the series and the cast because they did a great job bringing the beloved characters to life. The teaser trailer was amazing and stayed true to the original manga by Oda, which fans love. In this article, we are going to talk about Netflix’s One Piece Live-Action Movie: 5 details you may have missed in the Teaser. If you are a die-hard fan only then you could have noticed it. So, without delay let’s delve into this article.

Netflix’s One Piece Live-Action Teaser

The first teaser for One Piece was released on June 18, 2023, giving fans a glimpse of the adventure and humor they can expect from the series. The one-and-a-half-minute video offers an exciting preview of what’s to come. You can watch it in the player above.

Netflix’s One Piece Live-Action Movie: 5 details you may have missed in the Teaser

5. Luffy Colored Outfits

Luffy Colored Outfit (cc: Gamerant/Netflix)

In the trailer for the One Piece Live Action series, Luffy’s outfits appear to be inspired by the covers created by Eiichiro Oda for the manga and special illustrations found in the One Piece Colour Walk books.

In the brief teaser, Luffy is showcased wearing different outfits. First, he is seen wearing a red shirt and blue dungarees when he arrives at the floating restaurant Baratie. Then, in scenes featuring his ship, the Going Merry, he dons a Hawaiian-style shirt.

When he is rescued from the water by Sanji, Luffy is seen wearing a blue shirt with a stripe down the shoulder. Finally, we catch a glimpse of Luffy in a more classic outfit, a red button-up vest, as he performs his Gum-Gum Pistol attack.

4. Garp’s Battle ship

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Let’s be honest, Have you witnessed Garp’s battleship in the teaser? Of course, you had, if you are a die-hard fan of One Piece. Although Garp himself wasn’t shown in the trailer, his iconic battleship made an appearance. In the manga and anime, Garp’s battleship has been seen before, but in the live-action series, it seems to have some noticeable differences.

The battleship is larger than the typical Navy battleships depicted in the original source material, giving it a more formidable and intimidating look that suits Garp’s character.

3. Fighting style of Straw hat crew

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Usopp uses his catapult to shoot something, just like in the comics. Nami hits someone with her staff, and Sanji kicks a gun away while holding a tray with great balance. Zoro uses one of his swords, the Wado Ichimonji, to defend himself against one of Buggy’s henchmen.

Later, we see Zoro using all three swords, including one in his mouth, showing his unique fighting style. These scenes show the characters and their actions just like in the original comics.

2. Miss Love Duck ship

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Miss Love Duck is Alvida’s ship, and Alvida is one of the first bad guys Luffy faces in One Piece. In the teaser trailer for the live-action series, we only get a quick glimpse of Alvida, but we can see Miss Love Duck very clearly.

Pirates working for Alvida are shown jumping from their ship to another to steal from it. What surprises fans is that Miss Love Duck looks exactly the same as in the manga and anime. This attention to detail shows that Netflix is working hard to make fans happy with this adaptation.

1. Netflix’s One Piece Live-Action will feature Buggy The Clown


Even if you are a casual One Piece viewer there is very less chance you miss him in the teaser. Buggy is a major villain in the series and a constant enemy of the Straw Hat crew. In the live-action adaptation, portrayed by Jeff Ward, Buggy appears more monstrous and unsettling than ever before.

This portrayal seems to draw inspiration from another live-action adaptation featuring a creepy comic book clown. Buggy’s previous depiction showcased him as a self-centered and arrogant character.

Although we can’t judge the character fully from a few seconds of footage, this new interpretation already seems to be an intriguing departure from what we’re familiar with. With all these details we all are highly anticipating Netflix’s One Piece Live-Action.

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