Pirates and adventurers chase their dreams in a world where the sea goes on forever. And untold riches call to them, One Piece Wanted Posters to signify fame and mystery.
These worn and torn notices of lawlessness tell the stories of dangerous pirates. And each one is marked with a prize that shows what they did.
From the famous Straw Hat Pirates captain Monkey D. Luffy to the mysterious Nico Robin, these are more than just images.
They are part of legends and secrets and promise danger and new things in the World of the Grand Line. It is huge and full of mysteries.
Netflix has finally released One Piece season 1, and it’s already the main topic of discussion. The first season, which has eight episodes, is full of exciting scenes that will keep you entertained, and the killer cast does a great job.
So, if you still need to start watching the live-action series, here’s your sign to begin streaming it. This show deserves a second season!
One Piece is a live-action adaptation of the best-selling manga series of the same name by Eiichiro Oda. The first season follows a young pirate named Monkey D. Luffy as he forms his pirate crew, gets a ship, and sails across the ocean searching for the One Piece. It covers almost the whole East Blue Saga story arc from the manga.
With this legendary treasure, Luffy will finally achieve his dream of being the King of the Pirates.
But it’s not a smooth sailing journey for Luffy and his crew of misfits. Other pirate crews are after the treasure, so Luffy and his crew face some of the most powerful pirates. And, of course, these pirates are wanted by the Marines. The Marines put up wanted signs with the pirates’ names and how much money they could pay. If you catch these pirates and turn them over to the Marines, you will get the reward listed on the wanted signs.
Throughout the first season, multiple wanted posters of pirates are displayed. If you could not catch them because they were shown and taken away too quickly, we’ve got you covered and shared a full list of all the wanted posters and their bounties below.
β Gold Roger (King of the Pirates) β The bounty amount is unknown. Only his face is shown on the wanted poster.
β Alvida (Captain of the Alvida Pirates) β Bounty amount of $5,000,000
β Buggy the Clown (Captain of the Buggy Pirates) β Bounty amount of $15,000,000
β Kuro (Captain of the Black Cat Pirates) β Bounty amount of $16,000,000
β Arlong (Captain of the Arlong Pirates) β Bounty amount of $20,000,000
β Dracule Mihawk (the World’s greatest swordsman and one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea) β Bounty is canceled. His wanted poster is shown with a canceled bounty. Although it’s not explained in the series why he doesn’t have a bounty, if you read the manga, you’d know it’s because he’s a Warlord of the Sea. The Warlords and the World Government had a deal at one point where the Marines weren’t allowed to go after the Warlords.
β Don Krieg (Captain of the Krieg Pirates) β Bounty amount of $17,000,000
β Luffy (Captain of the Straw Hat Pirates) β Bounty amount of $30,000,000
β Bellamy (Captain of the Bellamy Pirates) β Bounty amount of $55,000,000
β Foxy (Captain of the Foxy Pirates) β Bounty amount of $24,000,000
One Piece season 1 is now available to stream on Netflix.
Luffy’s wanted poster.
Zoro’s wanted poster.
Nami’s wanted poster.
Usopp’s wanted poster (as “God Usopp”).
Sanji’s wanted poster.
Chopper’s wanted poster.
Robin’s wanted poster.
Franky’s wanted poster, depicting the Thousand Sunny.
Brook’s wanted poster
Netflix’s One Piece, an action series, is very close to its release. Fans are very excited, especially since a full trailer that showed many amazing details about what will happen on August 31 just came out.
The video showed the Straw Hat Pirates and the bad guys they will face on their journey.
During the amazing action in the trailer, some interesting prize posters were hidden for fans to find. But only a few of them were able to find them.
At the same time, the first season will also showcase some other bounties, which every fan of the series, both new and old, will be interested in looking at.
Netflix will bring a similar yet somewhat different view of the beloved Straw Hat Pirate crew.
The Straw Hat Pirates are the core of One Piece, and this is especially true for the five members who joined Luffy on his journey to find the One Piece in the East Blue. Referred to as the East Blue Five, these five characters will be central to the first season of Netflix’s One Piece Action adaptation.
All members of the East Blue Five appear to be much younger when compared to their live-action counterparts. However, that is only expected.
Fans should also expect Netflix’s One Piece Live Action series to be more mature. While humor is at the core of One Piece, the characters will act more maturely than in the manga and the anime. It is primarily down to the fact that the One Piece manga is aimed at kids. Of course, that doesn’t mean adults can’t enjoy them. However, in Oda’s own words, he draws One Piece for young kids to enjoy and learn from.
Netflix’s One Piece, an action series, shows that the Straw Hats stay fresh with each passing episode as they get different outfits. In the manga and the anime, the Straw Hat Pirates barely change outfits in the East Blue Saga.
Fans should expect the Straw Hat Pirates to be slightly different, appearance-wise, in Netflix’s One Piece Live-action series. It is because some aspects of character design need to translate better to live action. For instance, Usopp’s long nose would be rather weird in the live-action adaptation of One Piece. Similarly, Sanji’s swirly eyebrows have been left out, and he has normal eyebrows instead.
While Luffy’s appearance is the same, his character design sees him wearing shoes instead of sandals, which prevents injuries to the actor, Inaki. These changes are expected in One Piece Live Action as a 1:1 adaptation would not be fun and result in some bizarre choices later.
The Straw Hat Pirates gathered around a campfire as the sun went down and cast a golden glow over them.
Captain Luffy held up the tattered One Piece wanted posters of his crewmates. With a grin, he declared, “These posters remind us of the adventures we’ve had, the friends we’ve made, and the enemies we’ve faced. But they don’t define us. We’re not just pirates with bounties; we’re a family on a quest for freedom and the One Piece treasure. And nothing can stop us!”
With stronger bonds than ever, they set sail toward the unknown, ready for whatever challenges lay ahead.