One Piece Manga Order: An Accurate Guide for You!

One Piece Manga order

Either watching or reading One Piece is a huge task, and to make it a successful read, a good reading guide is essential.

So, here we come with the most accurate and perfect One Piece manga order guide to clear your confusion on how to read them.

One Piece Manga Order!

Usually, you’d start any manga with chapter 1 and go through them until you finished reading each one of them.

It is the same case here, but people can follow these sagas if they have any doubts about reading order.

Super Rookies Saga

One Piece Manga Order!

East Blue Saga:

  • Romance Dawn Arc (Volume 1)
  • Orange Town Arc (Volumes 1 to 3)
  • Syrup Village Arc (Volumes 3 to 5)
  • Baratie Arc (Volumes 5 to 8)
  • Arlong Park Arc (Volumes 8 to 11)
  • Loguetown Arc (Volumes 11 to 12)

Arabasta Saga:

  • Reverse Mountain Arc (Volume 12)
  • Whisky Peak Arc (Volumes 12 to 13)
  • Little Garden Arc (Volumes 13 to 15)
  • Drum Island Arc (Volumes 15 to 17)
  • Arabasta Arc (Volumes 17 to 24)

Sky Island Saga:

  • Jaya Arc (Volumes 24 to 25)
  • Skypiea Arc (Volumes 26 to 32)

Water 7 Saga:

  • Long Ring Long Land Arc (Volumes 32 to 34)
  • Water 7 Arc (Volumes 34 to 39)
  • Enies Lobby Arc (Volumes 39 to 44)
  • Post-Enies Lobby Arc (Volumes 45 to 46)

Thriller Bark Saga:

  • Thriller Bark Arc (Volumes 46 to 50)

Summit War Saga:

  • Sabaody Archipelago Arc (Volumes 50 to 53)
  • Amazon Lily Arc (Volumes 53 to 54)
  • Impel Down Arc (Volumes 54 to 56)
  • Marineford Arc (Volumes 56 to 59)
  • Post-War Arc (Volumes 59 to 61)

The New World Saga

One Piece Manga Order!

Fish-Man Island Saga

  • Return to Sabaody Arc (Volume 61)
  • Fish-Man Island Arc (Volumes 61 to 66)

Dressrosa Saga

  • Punk Hazard Arc (Volumes 66 to 70)
  • Dressrosa Arc (Volumes 70 to 80)

Four Emperors Saga

  • Zou Arc (Volumes 80 to 82)
  • Whole Cake Island (Volumes 82 to 90)
  • Levely Arc (Volumes 90)
  • Wano Country Arc (Volumes 90 to still on the run)

So, this is the One Piece manga order you need to follow before you start reading it.

One Piece Anime or Manga?

Since One Piece has over 960 Episodes and 1000 + chapters right now, people find it hard to give both of them a shot.

So, if you’re wondering which of them is better, I can’t choose either of them. However, follow our One Piece Filler List to watch filler-free anime if you’re an anime person.

Otherwise, you can read the manga to avoid any unnecessary filler arcs and this way; you’ll be immediately caught up to the story.

There is also a third option, and that would be, you can watch the anime except for the Dressarosa arc because it is a bit draggy and instead read Dressarosa arc in manga. So, what will you choose?

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • How many chapters are there in One Piece?

    There are currently 1000 chapters in One Piece for now, and it willow definitely go over 1200 in the future.

  • How close is One Piece anime to the manga?

    Anime is close to the manga, although it is 43 chapters behind. We get three chapters and four episodes a month, so it’ll catch up to the manga soon.

  • In what order should I watch One Piece anime?

    If you’re thinking of watching One Piece anime, you can follow our accurate watch order!

A Word from Us!

Since we’re done guiding you to the ultimate guide of One Piece manga, you can be at ease. If you just read along each volume, you’ll grasp the whole storyline in an instant.

One Piece has numerous chapters and can be hard to complete in so little time. Still, please don’t skip any of them because it is a legendary manga and anime.

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Hanumanth Reddy

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