One Piece: 8 Hidden References To Other Anime

One Piece has loads of fun anime references that might’ve gone unseen.

With regards to manga and anime arrangement, it seems like nobody is liberated from ultimately referring to different bits of media whether it’s basically a holler or a reference because of motivation. This is the situation in the magnum opus anime and manga arrangement by Eiichiro Oda, One Piece, which is an arrangement so huge that it is brimming with references to various bits of media including mainstream society symbols, exemplary writing, and obviously other anime and manga.

It’s very clear that One Piece is at the highest point of the world right currently however even the greatest arrangement contains references to its kin manga arrangement and those that preceded it. Large numbers of the references in the arrangement aren’t promptly self-evident and now and again come covered up as opposed to showing up arbitrarily for a speedy gag.

8.Katakuri’s Ability Makes Him A Walking JoJo’s Reference

Perhaps the most famous characteristics that came from the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure arrangement began in Part 2, Battle Tendency, with the second principle Joestar, Joseph Joestar. Numerous fans will consistently recall him and his expression, “And your next line is….” that he would circle back to a total forecast of what his rival would say.

One of the enemies of One Piece, Charlotte Katakuri, has a capacity that permits him to see the future and foresee what his rival says. This outcomes in him in any event, citing the exemplary Joseph Joestar forecast state. The anime even highlights Joseph’s voice entertainer as his voice in the Japanese name.

7.Luffy’s Name Is A Reference To Goku

The maker of One Piece, Eiichiro Oda, has never dreaded sharing that one of his most noteworthy manga motivations is the amazing Dragon Ball arrangement. This obviously brought about huge loads of references to the exemplary arrangement many call the dad of the shonen sort.

One of those references is a not-so-unobtrusive gesture to the fundamental character of the Dragon Ball arrangement, Goku. This reference is in all honesty the fundamental character of One Piece’s name, Monkey D. Luffy. The Monkey family name of this nominal character is a whoop to Goku because of his monkey starting points with the character who propelled him, the Monkey King of Journey toward the West.

6.The King Of The Sea References An Iconic Dragon Ball Move

Talking about Dragon Ball references, one of them shows up in a spot nobody would anticipate. Profound into the arrangement during the underlying journey into the Red Line post time-skip, the work of art and most notable extraordinary move of the Dragon Ball arrangement springs up.

This exceptional move that is utilized is the Kamehameha strategy and it comes from the lord of Fishman Island, Neptune. The assault utilized is done through similar posture as the Kamehameha and looks very much like it, however it’s finished with water and under the ocean.

5.Charlotte Pudding Is Inspired By & References A Romance Manga

Charlotte Katakuri isn’t the lone Charlotte named character in One Piece that is a mobile reference to another manga. Charlotte Pudding likewise holds that title as she is to a great extent motivated by and references the exemplary sentiment manga 3×3 Eyes.

Similar as the female driving character of that arrangement, Pai IV, she is an excellent tri-clops young lady with a twofold character. Another comparability these two marvels share is that the two of them are tsundere who experience passionate feelings for the pleasant person of the arrangement. They even have comparable character stories where they need to utilize the force of adoration to beat their previous injury.

4.Lao G Is Reminiscent Of Classic Master Roshi

One of the individuals from the Donquixote Family is an elderly person who actually has a portion of his combative techniques ability to appear. This elderly person is bare and even comes total with a long facial hair growth, kind of taking after a more malevolent Master Roshi.

This isn’t the place where the undeniable motivations end, be that as it may. Similar as Master Roshi: the Turtle Hermit, Lao G has an exceptional move that generally expands his bulk. Numerous Dragon Ball fans will in a split second consider Master Roshi’s Max Power strategy that permits him to do likewise regardless of his old appearance.

3.During Alabasta, There’s A Reference To Kenshiro & Shin’s Fight

Numerous One Piece fans affectionately recall the Alabasta bend where all the Straw Hat privateers needed to separate to bring down the highest level individuals from Crocodile’s mysterious association, Baroque Works. One of the fights that occurred here references an extraordinary fight from Fist of the North Star/Hokuto no Ken.

This reference is appeared during Sanji and Mr.2/Bon Clay’s extraordinary session. Toward the finish of this fight, the two go blow for blow with only kicks. The last assault from both is an exchange of air kicks which is done in a similar posture of the main battle of Kenshiro and Shin.

2.Duval Of The Flying Fish Bikers Parodys Fist Of The North Star

“Iron Mask” Duval shows up in the arrangement similar as the bikers of Fist of the North Star. He utilizes a lance weapon and raises his body’s scars while pursuing “the one who sent him to hellfire.”

After at last uncovering his plot and desire alongside his connection and newly discovered contempt of the Straw Hat, “Dark Leg” Sanji, it’s not difficult to see that the character was an immense farce on the Fist of the North Star scoundrel, Jagi, who wears a comparative cover and clothing.

1.Whitebeard’s Mustache References The Mustache Gundam

Perhaps the most mainstream Gundam in the sum of the Mobile Suit Series is the System ∀-99 ∀ Gundam, also known as the “Turn A,” “White Doll,” or “Mustache” Gundam. This prevalence isn’t only because of its force and extraordinary arrangement yet its eccentric look and mechanical mustache.

The plan of this exemplary portable suit’s mustache is shared by perhaps the most powerful privateers in the One Piece arrangement, Whitebeard, whose mustache is almost indistinguishable.