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One Piece (ワンピース, Wan Pīsu) is an anime based on the manga written by Eiichiro Oda. It's produced by Toei Animation and directed by Konosuke Uda, Munehisa Sakai and Hiroaki Miyamoto. It first broadcast on Fuji Television on October 20, 1999. As of January 2020, there are over 919 episodes spanning eighteen seasons.


Before he was executed, the legendary Pirate King Gold Roger revealed that he had hidden the treasure One Piece somewhere in the Grand Line. Now, many pirates are off looking for this legendary treasure to claim the title Pirate King. One pirate, Monkey D. Luffy, is a boy who had eaten the Devil's Fruit and gained rubber powers. Now he and his crew are off to find One Piece, while battling enemies and making new friends along the way.

Dubbing History

Prior to the series’ acquisition by 4Kids Entertainment, an English dub was first recorded by the Singaporean dubbing company Odex in 2003, and was produced by Animax. Though Odex tried to license it for TV, the deal fell through after 26 episodes, the dub was released on VCD in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia. Odex's dub was translated independently and had no ties to any other form of translation. This dub is relatively unknown due to it being limited to those countries.

The dub had an extremely limited voice cast of initially 6 regular voice actors for the first season, then increased to 8 for the second. However many voice actors left between the two Seasons, characters such as Nami had three different voices through the Odex dub of the series. The common complaint leveled against the dub is the poor recording standards, poor editing and wooden acting. Odex’s dub only ran for 104 episodes, at which point Odex was unable to further license the series from Toei Animation.

As Toei Animation was scouting for an English dubbing company to produce an English dub for the series in 2004, there was stiff competition as to who would gain the rights. Test dubs were produced by FUNimation Entertainment (featuring Eric Vale as Luffy, Andrew Chandler as Zoro and Christopher Sabat as Helmeppo) and Ocean Productions (featuring Andrew Francis as Luffy, Samuel Vincent as Zoro and Chantal Strand as Apis) along with Blue Water Studios. FUNimation was so confident they’d be given the rights, they registered the domain name for One Piece prior to anything being solidified.

On June 4, 2004, 4Kids Entertainment announced that they had acquired the television distribution and merchandising license for One Piece in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand. 4Kids won the license in a package deal with Magical DoReMi, a show they were actually intent on dubbing, with no prior knowledge to the shows content. When they found that the show was not for their intended audience, the company pretty much had to do what they could do with the series until they had an opportunity to legally drop the license.

4Kids' dub of One Piece is infamous for its mandated edits for content and length, reducing the first 143 episodes down to 104. Many, if not all, of the changes made were mandatory for the series to be suitable for broadcast in a children's timeslot. One of the more notable changes was the digital replacement of Sanji's cigarette with a lollipop. There were various character names changes, most notably changing Roronoa Zoro to "Zolo". 4Kids toned down many of the series' more emotionally intense scenes, also toning down violence and other extreme situations, including writing out the deaths of characters, sometimes unintentionally making it even worse. A lot of dialogue was altered to include humor, often pun-based, even during scenes that were entirely serious in the Japanese version. Several episodes were also removed, including ones which would turn out to be important later on in the series. The original music score was replaced by a new in-house score composed by Jeff Silverman, along with a new opening theme, the infamous "One Piece Rap". However, 4Kids originally created an English version of the first opening theme, "We Are!", sung by Russell Velázquez. This theme only previewed at a con sometime in 2004.

4Kids' dub premiered in the United States on September 18, 2004 on the Fox network as part of the weekend programming block Fox Box, and would later air on Toonami in April 2005. Reception of their dub was overwhelmingly negative, being universally panned by fans of the original Japanese version for their alterations to the series. 4Kids contracted Viz Media to handle home video distribution, releasing 11 volumes of the first 52 episodes before ceasing production due to low sales. 4Kids released a statement in December 2006 confirming that it cancelled the project. Mark Kirk, the Vice President of Digital Media for 4Kids Entertainment, said the experience on producing One Piece "ruined the company's reputation." Since then, 4Kids established a more strict set of guidelines, checks, and balances to determine which anime the company acquires.

On April 13, 2007, FUNimation Entertainment licensed the series and started production on their own English-language release of One Piece, both resuming where 4Kids left off, as well as going back and redubbing their episodes uncut for DVD. For FUNimation's cast, Toei and creator Eiichiro Oda had picked from audio clips of who they'd like to portray the main characters and some of the major villains (such as Rob Lucci). FUNimation's dub of the series premiered on Toonami on August 25, 2007, starting with episode 105 (144 uncut), and aired until the blocks cancellation on March 22, 2008. For Toonami's airing, FUNimation created a television dub which kept consistency with the 4Kids dub, keeping their naming conventions (Zolo instead of Zoro) though contained much lighter editing and the original music. Due to Cartoon Network's standards, the practice of altering Sanji's cigarette into a lollipop was changed to it being removed entirely. Even with these television edits, the FUNimation dub was immediately well-received for the voice acting, dialogue, and original music.

FUNimation released its first uncut bilingual DVD box set, containing 13 episodes, on May 27, 2008, retailing for $49.98 MSRP. On July 26, 2011, FUNimation began to re-release dub episodes on "collections" using a discounted MSRP of $24.99 for 26 episodes. On May 18, 2013, the uncut series began airing on Adult Swim's revived Toonami late-night programming block from episode 207 onwards. As of April 2020, FUNimation has currently dubbed 587 episodes of the series uncut.

The dub went on hiatus through 2019, though several of the films and specials were dubbed during this time. The dub returned on April 28, 2020, with Episodes 575-587. Starting with this release, the dub is largely paid for by Toei Animation.[1]


Image Character Seiyū Odex Dub
(Episodes 1-104)
4Kids Dub
(Episodes 1-142)
FUNimation Dub
Main Characters (Straw Hat Pirates)
747902-luffy2.png Monkey D. Luffy Mayumi Tanaka Chuck Powers Erica Schroeder Colleen Clinkenbeard
Zoro's Common Outfit.png Roronoa Zoro Kazuya Nakai Brian Zimmerman Marc Diraison Christopher Sabat
Roronoa Zoro child2.png Megumi Urawa
¿? Andrew Rannells Cynthia Cranz
(ep. 2)
Brina Palencia
Nami 02 by candycanecroft-d3ioyzv.png Nami Akemi Okamura Alison Lester
(eps. 1-52)
Kerry Williams Luci Christian
Chio Su-Ping
(eps. 53-67)
Wakana Yamazaki
(eps. 70-78)
Cindy Creekmore
(eps. 68-104)
Usopp2.png Usopp Kappei Yamaguchi Jamie Meldrum
(eps. 9-53)
Jason Griffith Sonny Strait
Chuck Powers
(eps. 54-104)
Sanji 04 by candycanecroft-d3jojqr.png Vinsmoke Sanji Hiroaki Hirata Joseph Murray
(eps. 20-67)
David Moo Eric Vale
Paul J. Pistore
(eps. 68-104)
Sanji child.png Ikue Ōtani
¿? Veronica Taylor Christine Auten
Chopper.png Tony Tony Chopper Ikue Ōtani Emlyn Morinelli Lisa Ortiz Brina Palencia
Heavy-point-chopper.png Brian Maillard
Kazue Ikura
(eps. 254-263)
Nico robin 04 by candycanecroft-d3k8xt8.png Nico Robin Yuriko Yamaguchi Natasha Malinsky Veronica Taylor Stephanie Young
Yuko Kobayashi
(eps. 299–319)
Youth Robin.png Anzu Nagai
Jad Saxton
Franky1.png Franky Kazuki Yao Patrick Seitz
Young Franky.png Junko Noda
Terri Doty
Brook 01 by candycanecroft-d3ilu0j.png Brook Chō Ian Sinclair
Jimbei render by oxoluffy-d6nx7sy.png Jimbei Daisuke Gōri
(eps. 430-432)
Daniel Baugh
Katsuhisa Hōki
(eps. 440-)
The Three Superpowers
The World Government
Elder 1 Portrait.png The Five Elders Keiichi Noda Jerry Russell
(ep. 151)
Kurt Kleinmann
Elder 2 Portrait.png Keiichi Sonobe Randy Pearlman
Elder 3 Portrait.png Masato Hirano Cameron Smith
Elder 4 Portrait.png Kenichi Ogata Kent Williams
(ep. 151)
Doug Burks
Elder 5 Portrait.png Yasunori Masutani J.B. Edwards
Kong Anime Infobox.png Kong Unshō Ishizuka Jim Foronda
World Nobles
Saint rosward anime concept art.png Saint Roswald Hirohiko Kakegawa John Tillman
Saint charlos anime concept art.png Saint Charlos Chafurin Jason Kane
Saint shalulia anime concept art.png Saint Shalria Rumi Kasahara Tiffany Grant
Jalmack anime concept art.png Saint Jalmack Yasunori Masutani Brian Hathaway
Donquixote mjosgard anime concept art 9.png Saint Mjosgard Tetsuo Gotō Dallas Reid
The Marines
Monkey D. Garp Anime Infobox.png Monkey D. Garp Hiroshi Naka ¿? Brian Mathis
Tsuru Anime.png Tsuru Minori Matsushima Juli Erickson
Momonga anime concept art.png Momonga Shinichiro Ohta Francis Henry
Smoker.png Smoker Ginzō Matsuo
(eps. 48-79)
Joseph Murray
(eps. 48-77)
Russell Velázquez Greg Dulcie
Mahito Ōba
(eps. 94-)
Paul J. Pistore
(eps. 78-104)
6912 render tashigi.png Tashigi Junko Noda Chio Su-Ping
(eps. 48-77)
Priscilla Everett Monica Rial
Emlyn Morinelli
(eps. 78-104)
Onigumo anime concept art 7.png Onigumo Keiichi Sonobe
(ep. 305)
Lucas Schuneman
Takahiro Fujimoto
Doberman anime concept art.png Doberman Eiji Takemoto Bradley Campbell
Dalmation anime concept art.png Dalmatian Kōji Haramaki Philip Weber
Hina by candycanecroft-d431k14.png Hina Tomoko Naka ¿? Kathleen Delaney Jennifer Seman
Brannew anime concept art.png Brannew Shinichi Yamada John Swasey
Sentomaru anime concept art.png Sentomaru Kazue Ikura Greg Ayres
Koby.png Coby Mika Doi Chio Su-Ping Kayzie Rogers Leah Clark
(eps. 1-69)
Coby render by rostofeio-d5eci9x.png Micah Solusod
(eps. 313-)
Hermeppo.png Helmeppo Kōichi Nagano Brian Zimmerman Sean Schemmel Troy Baker
(eps. 2-3)
558079-helmeppo.png Mike McFarland
(eps. 68-)
Bogard Takaya Kuroda Justin Cook
Eiji Takemoto

(eps. 314-)

Morgan.png Axe-Hand Morgan Banjō Ginga Jamie Meldrum J. David Brimmer Brett Weaver
Nezumi Anime Concept Art.png Nezumi Tamotsu Nishiwaki Chuck Powers Dan Green Vic Mignogna
T bone anime concept art.png T-Bone Tomomichi Nishimura Kenny Green
Jango.png Jango Kazuki Yao Jamie Meldrum Oliver Wyman
Fullbody1.png Fullbody Hideo Ishikawa Brian Zimmerman Tom Wayland John Burgmeier
Marine Admirals
EaOAISs.png Sengoku Takkō Ishimori
(eps. 151-511)
Ed Blaylock
(eps. 151-511)
Tōru Ōkawa
(eps. 703-)
Philip Weber
(eps. 703-)
Akainu sakazuki render by cronustitan-d97nj72.png Akainu / Sakazuki Fumihiko Tachiki Andrew Love
Kizaru-0.png Kizaru / Borsalino Unshō Ishizuka Ray Hurd
Aokiji.png Aokiji / Kuzan Takehito Koyasu Jason Douglas
Cipher Pol
Spandam Anime Pre Timeskip Infobox.png Chief Spandam Masaya Onosaka Christopher Corey Smith
Rob-Lucci-Render-SV.png Rob Lucci Tomokazu Seki Jason Liebrecht
Kakuonepiece.png Kaku Ryōtarō Okiayu Alex Organ
Kalifa by alexiscabo1-d91ni7v.png Kalifa Naomi Shindō Shelley Calene-Black
Blueno anime concept art.png Blueno Seiji Sasaki Mark Fickert
Jabra1.png Jabra Masaya Takatsuka Phil Parsons
Kumadori Anime Infobox.png Kumadori Hiroaki Yoshida Andrew Love
Fukuro.png Fukuro Kumiko Watanabe Alexis Tipton
Nero Anime Infobox.png Nero Hidenobu Kiuchi Todd Haberkorn
Wanze anime.png Wanze Yasuhiro Takato Josh Grelle
Jerry anime.png Jerry Naomi Kusumi Wilbur Penn
Impel Down
MagellanRender.png Magellan Mitsuaki Hoshino Jeremy Inman
Hannyabal Anime Pre Timeskip Infobox.png Hannyabal Tetsuo Gotō Brad Jackson
Domino Anime Pre Timeskip Infobox.png Domino Naomi Shindō Haley Esposito
Sadi Anime Infobox.png Sadie Yuka Koyama Marissa Lenti
Saldeath Render.png Saldeath Kazuya Nakai Orion Pitts
The Seven Warlords of the Sea
Dracule Mihawk Anime Infobox.png Dracule Mihawk Takeshi Aono
(eps. 23-460)
Chuck Powers Christopher Collet John Gremillion
Hirohiko Kakegawa
(eps. 461-)
Crocodile.png Crocodile / Mr. 0 Ryūzaburō Ōtomo Brian Zimmerman J. David Brimmer John Swasey
Doflamingo-0.png Donquixote Doflamingo Hideyuki Tanaka Robert McCollum
Bartholomew kuma by alexiscabo1-d923056.png Bartholomew Kuma Hideyuki Hori Joel McDonald
Gecko moria.png Gecko Moria Katsuhisa Hōki Christopher Guerrero
Boa hancock anime.png Boa Hancock Kotono Mitsuishi Lydia Mackay
1189311-buggy1.png Buggy the Clown Shigeru Chiba Brian Zimmerman David Wills Mike McFarland
Warlord Crews
Baroque Works
Mr1.png Daz Bones / Mr. 1 Tetsu Inada Brian Zimmerman Brian Maillard Brett Weaver
Doublefinger1.png Zala / Ms. Doublefinger Ako Mayama
(eps. 103-104)
¿? Eva Kaminsky Leah Clark
Yuko Tachibana
(eps. 107-)
3142738600 1 2 rFfELfVx.png Bentham / Mr. 2 / Bon Clay Kazuki Yao Dwayne Tan Kevin Kolack Barry Yandell
Mr3.png Galdino / Mr. 3 Nobuyuki Hiyama Tom Souhrada Duncan Brannan
MissGoldenWeek.png Marianne / Miss Goldenweek Akiko Nakagawa Cindy Creekmore Cherami Leigh
1888249-243px merrychristmas3.png Drophy / Miss Merry Christmas Mami Kingetsu Emlyn Morinelli Kayzie Rogers Wendy Powell
Mr 4.png Babe / Mr. 4 Masaya Takatsuka ¿? Dan Green Scott Hinze
Mister5.png Gem / Mr. 5 Chuck Powers Reginald Metcalf Andrew Love
Miss valentine anime.png Mikita / Miss Valentine Fumiko Orikasa Chio Su-Ping Amy Palant Jamie Marchi
Mr 7 anime.png Mr. 7 Keisuke David Lapkin Anthony Bowling
Miss fathers day anime.png Miss Father's Day Tomoko Naka Amy Birnbaum Cynthia Cranz
1888327-miss monday1.png Miss Monday Makiko Ōmoto ¿? Russell Velázquez Clarine Harp
Mister9.png Mr. 9 Yasuhiro Takato Brian Zimmerman Michael Sinterniklaas Chris Patton
Thriller Bark
Absalom Anime Infobox.png Absalom Hiroaki Miura Andrew Chandler
Hogback Full Body.png Hogback Hiroshi Iwasaki Marcus D. Stimac
Perona anime.png Perona Kumiko Nishihara Felecia Angelle
Oars Anime Infobox.png Oars Mayumi Tanaka Colleen Clinkenbeard
Ryuma Anime Infobox.png Ryuma Chō Ian Sinclair
Victoria Cindry Anime Infobox.png Victoria Cindry Naomi Shindō Jamie Marchi
Kumashi anime.png Kumashi Hiroshi Iwasaki Ray Hurd
Inuppe anime.png Inuppe Hiroaki Hirata Eric Vale
Jigoro anime.png Jigoro Kazuya Nakai Christopher Sabat
Lola (Zombie) Anime Infobox.png Lola Aya Hisakawa Alex Moore
Tararan anime.png Tararan Kazunari Tanaka Todd Upchurch
Donquixote Pirates
Trebol Taiki Matsuno Alejandro Saab
Diamante Hideyuki Umezu Brad Hawkins
Pica Yūji Mitsuya Ry McKeand
Vergo Junichi Suwabe Wes Frazier
Donquixote Rosinante Kōichi Yamadera Ray Chase
Ryō Hirohashi
Hayden Daviau
Sugar Rie Kugimiya Natalie Hoover
Giolla Hiroko Emori CJ Critt
VIola Mie Sonozaki Cristina Vee
Lao G Tetsuo Gotō Jim White
Senor Pink Kazuhiro Yamaji Ethan Gallardo
Machvise Naomi Kusumi Shawn Gann
Dellinger Kōki Miyata Brandon McInnis
Gladius Isshin Chiba Taylor Harris
Buffalo Yasuhiro Takato Travis Mullenix
Baby 5 Rina Satō Katelyn Barr
Monet Naoko Matsui Janelle Lutz
Kuja Pirates
Boa Sandersonia Anime Infobox.png Boa Sandersonia Chiwa Saitō Lindsay Seidel
Character 1089 c1.png Boa Marigold Kimiko Saitō Julie Mayfield
Marguerite anime.png Marguerite Masumi Asano Whitney Rodgers
Aphelandra anime.png Aphelandra Akemi Okamura Sarah Wiedenheft
Sweetpea anime.png Sweetpea Kujira Doug Goodrich
Ran anime.png Ran Umeka Shōji Clarine Harp
Daisy anime.png Daisy Chigusa Ikeda Mary Morgan
One piece cosmos.png Cosmos Hiromi Nishikawa Anastasia Muñoz
Rindo anime.png Rindo Satomi Satō Jennifer Green
Buggy Pirates
Moji.png Mohji Shigenori Sōya Jamie Meldrum Tom Souhrada Chuck Huber
Kabaji.png Cabaji Moriya Endo Joseph Murray J. Ward Regan Greg Ayres
Alvida fat render by rostofeio-d5eg0qe.png Lady Alvida Yōko Matsuoka Alison Lester Kayzie Rogers Laurie Steele
Alvida anime.png Kathleen Delaney
The Four Emperors
Shanks.png Shanks Shūichi Ikeda Christian J. Lee Tom Souhrada Brandon Potter
Newgate 513 05.png Whitebeard /
Edward Newgate
Kinryū Arimoto R. Bruce Elliott
Charlotte linlin anime 6.png Big Mom / Charlotte Linlin Toshiko Fujita
(ep. 571)
Pam Dougherty
Mami Koyama
(eps. 786-)
Blackbeard.png Blackbeard /
Marshall D. Teach
Akio Ōtsuka Cole Brown
(eps. 146-513)
Chris Rager
Red Hair Pirates
Beckman1.png Benn Beckman Kazuyuki Sogabe
(ep. 4)
Joseph Murray Christopher Collet Sean Hennigan
Aruno Tahara
(eps. 151-)
1125386-roux.png Lucky Roux Jin Domon Jamie Meldrum J. David Brimmer John Burgmeier
57243-yasopp01tr6 super.png Yasopp Michitaka Kobayashi ¿? Jason Griffith Scott Freeman
Rockstar anime.png Rockstar Daisuke Gōri Andrew Chandler
Whitebeard Pirates
Marco by orochimarusama1 by staxkiller-d8rqow9.png Marco Masakazu Morita Bill Jenkins
(ep. 151)
Kyle Phillips
(eps. 316-)
Portgas d ace.png Portgas D. Ace Toshio Furukawa Dwayne Tan Jesse Hooker Travis Willingham
Daisuke Sakaguchi


? ? Chris Burnett
Jozu by alexiscabo1-d9238lm.png Jozu Takashi Nagasako Matt Thurston
Thatch anime.png Thatch Mitsuaki Madono Parker Fitzgerald
Vista anime.png Vista Masaya Takatsuka Hunter Barnett
Blamenco anime.png Blamenco Keiji Hirai Josh Grelle
Rakuyo anime.png Rakuyo Takahiro Fujimoto James Chandler
Blenheim anime.png Blenheim Nobuyuki Hiyama Mark Rios
Curiel anime.png Curiel Kōhei Fukuhara Ricco Fajardo
Kingdew anime.png Kingdew Hiromu Miyazaki Patric Carroll
Haruta anime.png Haruta Junko Noda Clifford Chapin
Atmos anime.png Atmos Kōhei Fukuhara
(ep. 461-484)
Paul Giovanni Ramirez
Kenji Hamada
(eps. 485-)
Speed jiru anime.png Speed Jiru Yūsuke Numata Jeff Johnson
Fossa anime.png Fossa Kōichi Nagano Kent Williams
Izo anime.png Izo Yūsei Oda Colton Jones
Little oars jr anime.png Little Oars Jr. Keiji Hirai Jeremy Schwartz
Squard anime 2.png Squard Seiji Sasaki Jason Kane
Whitey bay anime full body.png Whitey Bay Yuka Shioyama Jennifer Green
Big Mom Pirates
Bobbin anime.png Bobbin Tsubasa Yonaga Aaron Roberts
Tamago anime 8.png Tamago Mugihito David Wald
Pekoms anime.png Pekoms Nobuo Tobita Christopher Guerrero
Blackbeard Pirates
Van Augur Anime Infobox.png Van Augur Masaya Takatsuka Barry Yandell
Jesus burgess anime.png Jesus Burgess Tetsu Inada Phil Parsons
Shiliew anime.png Shiliew Takayuki Sugō Matt Thurston
Avalo Pizarro Anime Infobox.png Avalo Pizarro Kazunari Tanaka Greg Silva
Laffitte Anime Infobox.png Laffitte Taiki Matsuno Christopher Bevins
Doc Q Anime Infobox.png Doc Q. Naoya Uchida Kenny Green
Catarina Devon Anime Infobox.png Catarina Devon Kimiko Saitō Natalie Hoover
Sanjuan Wolf Anime Infobox.png Sanjuan Wolf Kenichi Ono Jason Bunch
Vasco shot anime.png Vasco Shot Naoki Tatsuta Clint Ford
The Eleven Supernovas
Trafalgar Law.png Trafalgar D. Law Hiroshi Kamiya Matthew Mercer
Eustass kid anime.png Eustass Kid Daisuke Namikawa Justin Cook
Scratchmen apoo anime.png Scratchmen Apoo Mitsuaki Madono Brad Venable

(eps. 392-629)

Brent Mukai

(eps. 736-)

Basil hawkins anime.png Basil Hawkins Shigenori Sōya Taliesin Jaffe
Capone bege anime.png Capone Bege Naoki Tatsuta Kyle Hebert
X drake anime.png X. Drake Eiji Takemoto D.C. Douglas
Killer anime.png Killer Kenji Hamada Leo Fabian
Jewelry bonney anime.png Jewelry Bonney Reiko Kiuchi Laura Wetsel
Urouge anime.png Urouge Taiten Kusunoki Major Attaway
Supernova Crews
Heart Pirates
Bepo anime.png Bepo Yasuhiro Takato Cris George
Jean bart anime.png Jean Bart Yasunori Masutani John McCalmont
Revolutionary Army
Monkey d dragon render 1 by oxoluffy-d6nqm29.png Monkey D. Dragon Hidekatsu Shibata Brian Zimmerman Dan Green Bryan Massey
Sabo anime.png Sabo Tōru Furuya Johnny Yong Bosch
Sabo 2 by alexiscabo1-d9284tl.png Junko Takeuchi
Morgan Garrett
Koala anime.png Koala Satsuki Yukino Jeannie Tirado
Emporio Ivankov Anime Infobox.png Emporio Ivankov Norio Imamura
(eps. 438-460)
Randy Pearlman
Mitsuo Iwata
(eps. 461-)
Inazuma01.png Inazuma Kenji Hamada
Christopher Wehkamp
Umeka Shōji
Angela Chase
Alabasta Kingdom
Nefertari Vivi.png Nefertari Vivi / Miss Wednesday Misa Watanabe Natasha Malinsky Karen Neill Caitlin Glass
Carue.png Carue Hiroaki Hirata Michael J. Haigney Monica Rial
Nefeltari Cobra Anime Pre Timeskip Infobox.png Nefertari Cobra Iemasa Kayumi
(eps. 91-324)
¿? David Zen Mansley Kyle Hebert
Toshiya Ueda
(ep. 512)
Hozumi Gōda
(eps. 776-)
Mister8.png Igaram / Mr. 8 Keiichi Sonobe Brian Zimmerman Richard Will Rob Mungle
Chaka.png Chaka Kihachirō Uemura ¿? Russell Velázquez Robert McCollum
Pell anime.png Pell Kenji Nojima ¿? Matt Hoverman Kevin M. Connolly
Kohza.png Kohza Takeshi Kusao ¿? Jonathan Todd Ross Todd Haberkorn
Toto heute.jpg Toto Masaaki Tsukada Paul J. Pistore Sean Schemmel Jerry Russell
Sky People
1884902-289px ganfall.png Gan Fall Jōji Yanami John Swasey
Conis Anime Pre Timeskip Infobox.png Conis Rieko Takahashi Laura Bailey
Pagaya anime concept art.png Pagaya Mahito Ōba Grant James
God's Army
Eneru.png Eneru Toshiyuki Morikawa J. Michael Tatum
Satori.png Satori Yasuhiro Takato Chris Cason
Gedatsu.png Gedatsu Masaya Takatsuka Bob Carter
Shura Anime Infobox.png Shura Shinichiro Ohta Kent Williams
Ohm.png Ohm Eiji Takemoto Troy Baker
Yama Anime Infobox.png Yama Hidenari Ugaki Andrew Chandler
Wiper.png Wyper Masaki Aizawa J. Paul Slavens
Laki Anime Infobox.png Laki Michie Tomizawa Lydia Mackay
Kamakiri anime concept art.png Kamakiri Keisuke Scott Freeman
Braham anime concept art.png Braham Kenji Nomura Charles Baker
Genbo anime concept art.png Genbo Osamu Ryūtani Brad Jackson
Aisa.png Aisa Masami Suzuki Cherami Leigh
Nola anime.png Nola Masaya Takatsuka Kyle Hebert
(eps. 168-175)
Peter Hawkinson
(eps. 176-178)
Christopher Bevins
(eps. 184-)
Miscellaneous Crews & Organizations
Roger Pirates
Gold D Roger Seigneur des pirates.png Gol D. Roger Chikao Ōtsuka
(eps. 1-590)
Brian Zimmerman Frederick B. Owens Sean Hennigan
Masane Tsukayama
(eps. 849-)
Black Cat Pirates
Kuro.png Kuro Kōichi Hashimoto Joseph Murray Gary Mack Kent Williams
Buchi.png Butchie Yasuhiro Takato Chuck Powers James Carter Cathcart Chris Rager
Sham.png Siam Masaya Onosaka Jamie Meldrum Eric Stuart Todd Haberkorn
Zef.png Zeff Kōji Yada
(eps. 20-320)
Jamie Meldrum Robert O'Gorman Grant James
Ben Hiura
(eps. 794-)
Patty Anime Pre Timeskip Infobox.png Patty Tetsu Inada Chuck Powers Jeremy Inman
Carne Anime Concept Art.png Carne Shinobu Satouchi Joseph Murray Sean Schemmel Charles Campbell
Krieg Pirates
Krieg.png Don Krieg Fumihiko Tachiki Jamie Meldrum Marc Thompson Andy Mullins
Gin.png Ghin Kenichi Ono Brian Zimmerman Peter Katana Illich Guardiola
Pearl l'invincibile.png Pearl Hiroyuki Kawamoto ¿? Christopher Collet J. Michael Tatum
Arlong Pirates
Arlongu.png Arlong Jūrōta Kosugi Brian Zimmerman David Wills Chris Rager
Hacchan.png Hatchan Toshiyuki Morikawa Joseph Murray Sean Schemmel George Manley
Kuroobi.png Kuroobi Hisao Egawa Jamie Meldrum Patrick Seitz
Pciu.png Choo Masaya Onosaka ¿? Tom Wayland Jay Hickman
Wapol Pirates
Wapol render 1 by draox-d5i2tgp.png Wapol Bin Shimada Brian Zimmerman Matt Hoverman Andy Mullins
Chess.png Chess Yūsuke Numata Chuck Powers James Carter Cathcart Kyle C. Jones
Kuromarimo.png Kuromarimo Kenji Nomura Paul J. Pistore Jamie McGonnigal Charles Baker
Bellamy Pirates
Bellamy 2 by alexiscabo1-d9288jv.png Bellamy Wataru Takagi Justin Cook
Sarquiss.png Sarquiss Yūji Ueda Duncan Brannan
Lily Anime Infobox.png Lilly Yuko Sumitomo Trina Nishimura
Ross Anime Infobox.png Ross Osamu Ryūtani R. Scott Cantrell
(eps. 146-151)
Tyson Rinehart
(ep. 207)
Eddy Anime Infobox.png Eddy Hiroshi Kamiya Andy Baldwin
(eps. 149-150)
Zach Bolton
(ep. 207)
Rivers Anime Infobox.png Rivers Masaya Takatsuka Patrick Seitz
Muret Anime Infobox.png Muret Yuka Shioyama Colleen Clinkenbeard
Saruyama Alliance
Montblanc Cricket.png Montblanc Cricket Takashi Taniguchi George Manley
Masira concept art.png Mashira Aruno Tahara Jeremy Inman
Shoujou concept art.png Shoujou Isamu Tanonaka Jonathan C. Osborne
Foxy Pirates
Foxy.png Foxy Bin Shimada Jonathan Brooks
Porche anime concept art.png Porche Sara Nakayama Tia Ballard
Hamburg one piece by kakashihyuga-d9vj0rg.png Hamburg Hirohiko Kakegawa Scott Freeman
Itomimizu 1.png Itomimizu Keiichi Nanba Ian Sinclair
Pickles Anime Concept Art.png Pickles Osamu Ryūtani Brad Jackson
Capote 1.png Capote Hiroshi Tsuchida Phil Parsons
Monda 1.png Monda Masaya Takatsuka John Burgmeier
Big Pan Anime Concept Art.png Big Pan Mahito Ōba Andrew Chandler
Franky Family
Zambai Anime Concept Art.png Zambai Kenta Miyake Doug Goodrich
ME3050649835 2.png Mozu Aiko Hibi Morgan Garrett
Kiwi Yuka Shioyama Martha Harms
Iceburg Anime Infobox.png Iceburg Izō Oikawa Philip Weber
Paulie Anime Pre Timeskip Infobox.png Paulie Takahiro Yoshimizu David Wald
Peeply Lulu.png Peeply Lulu Shinichiro Ohta Martin Cervantes
Tilestone Anime Concept Art.png Tilestone Tetsu Inada Patrick Camacho
Rolling Pirates
Lola Anime Pre Timeskip Infobox.png Lola Aya Hisakawa Alex Moore
Rosy Life Riders
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Kuja Tribe
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Belladonna anime.png Belladonna Tomoko Naka Dana Schultes
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Bluejam Pirates
Bluejam anime.png Bluejam Akihiko Ishizumi Jim Johnson
Fake Straw Hat Pirates
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Cocoa Portrait.png Cocoa Akemi Okamura Luci Christian
Turco Portrait.png Turco Chō Ian Sinclair
Caribou Pirates
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Coribou anime.png Coribou Kōhei Fukuhara Dalton Tindall
Flying Pirates
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New Fishman Pirates
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Hyouzou anime.png Hyouzou Tetsuo Sakaguchi Dave Woodard
Sun Pirates
Aladdin anime.png Aladdin Takashi Nagasako Brad Smeaton
Wadatsumi anime.png Wadatsumi Kōki Miyata Trina Nishimura
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Caesar Clown's Organization
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(ep. 491)
Randy E. Aguebor
Kazunari Tanaka
(ep. 511)
Masashi Sugawara
(eps. 583-)
Civilians & Non-Pirates
Goa Kingdom
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Makino anime.png Makino Makiko Ōmoto ¿? Tara Sands Gwendolyn Lau
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Takeshi Aono
(ep. 45)
Keiichi Sonobe
(ep. 324)
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Orange Town
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Shimotsuki Village
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Syrup Village
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Island of Rare Animals
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Cocoyasi Village
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Reverse Mountain
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(eps. 62-63)
Burl W. Proctor
(eps. 379-)
Little Garden
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Drum Island
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Long Ring Long Land
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Water 7
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Ohara Island
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(ep. 8)
David Wills Bradford Hutson
(ep. 8)
Keiichi Sonobe
(eps. 394-)
Bruce Carey
(eps. 394-)
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Haredas anime.png Haredas Rokurō Naya Jim White
Boin Archapelago
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Ryugu Kingdom
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Other Characters
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Additional Voices

4Kids Dub

FUNimation Dub


  • The original Latin-American Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese dubs were based on the 4Kids English dub. However, both dubbed the original opening and closings; "We Are!" and "Memories". However, Toei redubbed the series years later in both languages based on the original Japanese version.
  • The Odex dub is the only dub to have Luffy voiced by a male actor. The 4Kids and FUNimation dubs both cast a female as Luffy due to the insistence of Toei.
  • Luffy's name is pronounced as "Luh-fee" in the Odex dub, rather than the usual pronunciation of "Loo-fee". Chuck Powers has stated looking back would’ve chosen “Loo-fee” instead as he is now aware of how dedicated the fanbase is.
  • Hatchan is renamed "Octy" in the Odex dub, as his name means "eight" in Japanese.

Comparison of edited 4kids version (left) and uncut version (right)

  • The list of changes done to One Piece by 4Kids is long. The most notable are as follows
    • There's the aforementioned edit changing Sanji's cigarette into a lollipop.
    • The most noted renames in their dub is the renaming of Zoro to "Zolo" - an alternate incorrect romanization of his name. This was an attempt to avoid copyright issues with the character Zorro.
    • Nico Robin is given a Texan accent only based on the fact that when she first appears, she's wearing a white cowboy hat.
    • All instances of Japanese text, or English text for that matter, are erased and replaced by custom text edited in. In addition, instances of Japanese culture are often edited out. The most notable being changing the onigiri that Rika brings for Zoro in Episode 2 to chocolate chip cookies.
    • All appearances of alcohol are changed to either "juice" or digitally colored blue and turned into water.
    • All instances of blood are digitally erased. For instance, when Mihawk slices Zoro open across his whole chest, they removed all the blood from the image. There are a few unavoidable instances where blood is shown, such as when Shanks' arm is eaten and when Zeff's leg is torn off. The only instance of purposefully showing blood in the 4Kids dub is to explain Zeff’s nickname “Red-Shoes Zeff”.
    • Episodes 44, 46, 47, 48, 50, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 63, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 131, 132, 133, 134, 136, 137, 138 were all removed, in which all cases, the storyline had to be re-written, creating many plotholes that would have caused further trouble had 4kids' dub continued. For instance, the removal of the Reverse Mountain arc and Laboon the Whale would have caused problems come the Thriller Bark arc and Brook's motives for joining the Straw Hat Pirates.
    • The deaths of flashback characters Kuina and Bell-mère are written-out, and made unintentionally worse. Kuina originally dies by falling down a flight of stairs. In 4Kids' dub, it's said she's assaulted by a gang of sore losers and crippled by them, leaving her unable to fight. Bell-mère is originally shot in the chest by Arlong. Instead, Arlong sentences her to the dungeon, where it is implied she starves to death.
    • Captain Smoker's cigars were digitally erased, and he was renamed "Captain Chaser".
    • Ace was renamed "Portgaz D. Trace"
    • Many firearms were changed to look less realistic, while others were edited into other objects. Most often, Marine guns are turned into water guns while the others are simply colored green. In one episode when Helmeppo threatens Coby with a gun, it's replaced with a mallet on a spring.
    • All references to religious symbolism is removed, including crosses such as Dracule Mihawk's cross dagger, even medical crosses are removed.
    • Miss Doublefinger was renamed "Miss New Year's Eve".
    • The removal of the Little Garden Arc left the appearance of Mr. 3 later without much explanation. Miss Goldenweek appeared once in the 4Kids dub in an explanation of the Baroque Works members. Her name was changed to Miss April Fool’s Day.
    • Miss Merry Christmas was renamed "Miss Groundhog's Day" - likely to avoid offending non-Christians. Her Christmas tree necktie is recolored to look purple and red, and her Devil Fruit animal was also referred to as a groundhog.
  • 4Kids' voice cast isn't completely clear due to the voice actors not being specifically credited to the characters. Many are based on speculation. There are several recurring inaccuracies; Scottie Ray was originally assumed to be Smoker/Chaser, but it was later revealed to be Russell Velázquez, who uploaded clips of himself as Chaser on YouTube. Characters like Genzo, Pell and Dr. Hiriluk are also often incorrectly credited to Marc Diraison. The roles of Gold Roger and Gaimon were originally thought to have been done by J. David Brimmer as well.
  • Although 4Kids' dub halts at the Alabasta Arc, characters that appear in later episodes such as Eneru, Satori, Bellamy and Blackbeard are heard in their dub of the video game One Piece: Pirates Carnival.
  • In FUNimation's dub of episode 165 there's a jab at the 4Kids dub; Usopp, while saying “zero chance” in a panic, says “Zolo” after saying “Zoro”.
  • The role of Gan Fall was initially cast to Randy Tallman, however he died before dubbing began and was replaced by John Swasey. Though, the original television end credits accidentally credit Tallman in the role.
  • Casey Green is mis-credited as Ghin in Episode 26.
  • Christopher Ayres is mis-credited as Mr. 11 in Episode 79, though was voiced by Chris Cason.
  • Michael Sinterniklaas and Jamie McGonnigal are the only voice actors to cross between both the 4Kids and FUNimation casts for the series itself. Sean Schemmel however would voice Dr. Indigo for FUNimation's dub of One Piece: Strong World.
  • Los Angeles based voice actors Christopher Corey Smith, D.C. Douglas, Tony Oliver, Cristina Valenzuela, David Vincent, Michael Sinterniklaas, Richard Epcar and Cassandra Lee Morris all make guest vocal appearances. Vancouver-based voice actor Scott McNeil briefly provides his voice in Episode 425, reprising the role of Shiki from Strong World.
  • The FUNimation dub skips Episode 492; which was a non-canon filler crossover with Toriko. Even though FUNimation owns the rights to dub Toriko, it is worthy to note that they cancelled their dub of the series after 52 episodes. Episodes 542 (another crossover with Toriko) and 590 (a crossover with both Toriko and Dragon Ball Z) are unlikely to be exceptions.
  • The role of Chimney was erroneously credited to Lindsay Seidel in Episode 229. Mike McFarland posted on Twitter correcting the mistake, stating that Chimney is actually voiced by Lara Woodhull, before the next set released. All future releases properly credit her as Chimney’s voice actress.
  • The Impostor Straw Hat's voices are the Real Straw Hats' voice actors switched out (much like the Japanese version). Of Note, Christopher Sabat and Luci Christian's voices for Fake Sanji (Drip) and Fake Robin (Cocoa) are impressions of their 4Kids' voice actors (David Moo and Veronica Taylor).
  • Incidentally, both Sengoku's original Japanese and English voice actors died after Episode 511 (Sengoku is absent until Episode 703).
  • Johnny Yong Bosch replaces Vic Mignogna as Sabo in the anime due to the sexuel harassment allegations against Mignogna.


Date(s) Channel Dub Country
2004-2006 FOX
(Foxblock / 4Kids TV)
4Kids United States United States
2005-2008 Cartoon Network
(eps. 1-104)
(eps. 105-126)
2013-2017 Cartoon Network
(Adult Swim)

*4Kids - Episodes 1-143 uncut / FUNimation - Episodes 144-167 uncut

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Contents Dub Region Country
Odex 2003-2004 VCD.jpg Episodes 1-104 Odex 3
Singapore Singapore
8 Volumes
Viz Media 2006-2007 DVD.jpg Episodes 1-52 4Kids 1
United States United States
11 Volumes
FUNimation Entertainment 2008-2020 Episodes 1-585 FUNimation
49 Volumes
2011-2021 Episodes 1-641
26 Volumes

See Also


  1. @Mendinso (April 28, 2020). "Looks like Toei Animation's paying for the dub for One Piece." (Tweet) - via Twitter. Retrieved April 29, 2020.

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