How far is One Piece dubbed on Funimation?

avatarConcludingDisc4 months ago
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avatarRemovingMytha month ago

They're way past episode 700, that's for sure. Honestly, keeping track of One Piece episodes is like trying to count the number of stars in the sky, but Funimation is doing their best to catch up!

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avatarForetellingTablea month ago

Only up to 746? Pfft, just switch to subs, guys. The real One Piece experience is in Japanese anyway.

avatarEarningOuncea month ago

I dunno about the exact number, but it's pretty far. Got a buddy who's been binging, and they're not complaining about running out of dubbed episodes anytime soon.

avatarTrottingAreaa month ago

Last I checked, Funimation has dubbed One Piece up to episode 746, but it's always a good idea to keep an eye out because they're steadily releasing more. The journey of the Straw Hat Pirates is long and filled with adventures, so there's plenty to catch up on while waiting for new dubs!

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