Does Netflix’s One Piece Season 1 Finale Have A Post-Credits Scene?

The Season 1 finale of Netflix’s “One Piece” is narratively dense. Almost every character, from Monkey D. Luffy (Iñaki Godoy) to Captain Alvida (Ilia Isorelýs Paulino) gets their moment to shine. Much like how Episode 8 set up Smoker the White Hunter for Season 2, should the Netflix adaptation be permitted to continue, each character is set on the path toward their future. Alvida, alongside Buggy the Star Clown (Jeff Ward), and Kuro (Alexander Maniatis) are all shown to be harboring vindictive sentiments against the Straw Hat Pirate crew, especially after Luffy’s wanted poster reveals a pricey bounty.

After calling off the manhunt for his grandson, Marine Vice Admiral Monkey D. Garp (Vincent Regan) offers to personally train Marine Cadets Koby (Morgan Davies) and Helmeppo (Aidan Scott) after they swallow their fear and stand up to him. It’s not going to be easy, but they’re gearing toward a hellish transformation that will make them both objectively cooler. Then there’s Captain Shanks (Peter Gadiot), who gets to celebrate Luffy’s first “Wanted” poster with Dracule Mihawk (Steven John Ward) and his own crew, proving that the young pirate’s old mentor is still out there, keeping a watchful eye out.

And then, of course, there are the Straw Hat Pirates themselves. Luffy, Roronoa Zoro (Mackenyu Maeda), Nami (Emily Rudd), Usopp (Jacob Romero), and Sanji (Taz Skyler), all of whom get to reiterate their personal motivators for why they began their journeys in the first place. Episode 8 tells a big story and promises an even bigger one down the line, all without dipping into the modern trend of post-credit sequences.

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