The release date and time of One Piece Episode 1062: Zoro vs. King

The release date and time of One Piece Episode 1062: Zoro vs. King

With more than 1000 episodes and still going strong, One Piece Episode 1062 is a must-see show. It tells the story of Monkey D. The mission of Luffy and his pirate crew is to find One Piece’s ultimate treasure and become the Pirate King.

Currently, the anime is in the Wano Country Arc, based on manga chapters 909 to 1035. There is a massive war between the Straw Hat Pirates and their allies and the Beast Pirates led by Kaido, one of the Four Emperors of the Sea, and Orochi, the shogun of Wano.

Kaido’s island, Onigashima, has become the scene of several epic battles as the war reaches its climax. Roronoa Zoro, the swordsman of the Straw Hat Pirates, and King, the right-hand man of Kaido, engage in one of these battles.

Zoro and King have been fighting since they arrived on Onigashima, but their fight has intensified recently. His three swords have unleashed his full power, including Enma, the legendary sword once owned by Kozuki Oden, the former daimyo of Kuri and the only person to ever wound Kaido.

In contrast, King revealed that he belongs to the Lunarian race, an ancient and mysterious race with wings who are capable of manipulating fire. A hybrid form of King has also been revealed, which combines the features of a human and a pteranodon.

As the two swordsmen exchange fierce blows, Zoro tries to slice through King’s fire and armor, while King tries to overwhelm Zoro with his speed and strength. Haki, a form of spiritual energy that enhances their abilities, has also been demonstrated by both of them.

Zoro and King’s fight is one of the most anticipated and exciting battles in the Wano Country Arc. This will determine who is the strongest swordsman among Kaido’s crew and Luffy’s crew. War fans are eager to see how this clash ends and what impact it has on the war’s outcome.

Release date and time for One Piece Episode 1062

Release date and time for One Piece Episode 1062

On Sunday, May 21st, 2023 at 9:30 am JST (Japan Standard Time), Fuji TV will air One Piece Episode 1062 titled “King of Hell Three Sword Style – Zoro vs. King”.

On Sunday, May 21st at 11:00 am JST (Japan Standard Time), you can watch One Piece Episode 1062 on Crunchyroll with original Japanese audio and English subtitles.

  • Saturday, May 20th at 7:00 p.m. Pacific Time (PDT)
  • Saturday, May 20th at 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time (EDT)
  • Saturday, May 20th at 9:00 p.m. Central Time (CDT)
  • Sunday, May 21st, 3:00 am British Time (GMT)
  • Sunday, May 21st at 4:00 a.m. European Time (CET)
  • Sunday, May 21st at 7:30 a.m. Indian Standard Time (IST)
  • Sunday, May 21st at 11:30 a.m., Australian Central Time (ACST)

The English dub of One Piece Episode 1062 will also be available on Funimation in the near future.

Episode 1062 of One Piece: What to Expect?

As in Episode 1059, One Piece Episode 1062 will continue the epic battle between Zoro and King. Zoro uses his advanced armament Haki to overcome King’s fire attacks and cut through his armor in this episode.

During their fight, Zoro slashes off King’s mask, revealing his face for the first time in the anime. Fans will be surprised to see King’s appearance, as he has a distinctive feature that links him to a former Zoro character.

Zoro’s ultimate technique will also be showcased in the episode, which he learned from his master Koshiro back in Shimotsuki Village. With his three swords, Zoro can create nine sword slashes using Ashura Ichibugin (Asura One Blade).

With this technique, Zoro will deliver a devastating blow to King, who will counter with Imperial Dragon Fire (Imperial Guardian Dragon). A massive explosion will end the episode, shaking Onigashima and shocking everyone who witnesses it.

There will be plenty of action and excitement in One Piece Episode 1062, which is sure not to disappoint fans of Zoro and King. As part of the Wano Country arc, the episode will also set up the final showdown between Luffy and Kaido., pub-3351419494554149, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

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