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For the newspaper reporter and Underworld emperor, see Morgans.

"Axe-Hand Morgan"[6] is a former Marine captain and the first significant Marine officer to be seen in the series.[1] He is the third antagonist of the Romance Dawn Arc. After his defeat at the hands of Zoro, he was stripped of his status that he had been abusing for three years.


Morgan is an extremely tall, muscular man with tanned skin, blonde hair, and a steel jaw etched with the word Möwe (the German for "seagull").[7] As his epithet suggests, his right hand has been replaced with a huge steel axe, the handle of which seems to have been bolted through the bones of his forearm.

Like most Marine officers, he wears a large, ornate overcoat. However, this coat notably lacks the "Justice" (正義?) insignia, and is completely sleeveless; it is also worn conventionally, instead of being draped over the shoulders like a cape.[1]

In peacetime, he can often be seen smoking a cigar.

After his defeat and arrest, Morgan was put into a standard striped prisoner's uniform, and shackled around the arms and legs.[8] While he eventually rid himself of the shackles, the prisoner's uniform has remained his last known outfit to date.[9]


Morgan as a Captain
Morgan's outfit during the Romance Dawn Arc.
Morgan Without Marine Coat
Morgan's outfit without his coat on.
Morgan Prisoner Outfit
Morgan's outfit during Diary of Koby-Meppo.
Morgan Portrait
Morgan's face close up.
Morgan's Face Five Years Ago
Morgan at age 39.[10]
Morgan Manga Color Scheme
Morgan's color scheme in the manga.
Morgan as a Young Marine
Morgan during his youth as a Marine.
Morgan Digitally Colored Manga
Morgan in the Digitally Colored Manga.
Morgan Anime Concept Art
Morgan's concept art from the anime.

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Prior to "capturing" Kuro, Morgan seemed to be a brave man who was not afraid of death.[10] After his promotion, Morgan was corrupted by his power and became who he is today.[11]

When Morgan is first introduced, he is governing over the small island of Shells Town, where his naval base is located. He is a cruel man who did little but spread terror on the town's citizens.[12] He is ruling by fear, abusing his rank to make people pay taxes,[1] and even going as far as killing his own men if they do not obey his commands.[13]

He has a very spoiled son named Helmeppo, who is almost as bad at using his father's rank to get what he wants from the island's inhabitants.[14] Although Helmeppo thought that he could get away with whatever he does because his father would protect him, in truth Morgan shows not even the slightest of fatherly love for Helmeppo. Morgan's lack of love goes as far as stating that before he punched Helmeppo, he never hit him because he's a foolish son not even worth hitting.[15]

Morgan's obsession with rank is proven in his battle against Luffy,[16] where, despite not being able to land a single blow on the rubber man (and having taken several), he would not accept defeat.[16]

After his defeat, dismissal, and escape from arrest, Morgan became rather carefree, as he was napping nonchalantly on his boat as it sailed through the sea.

Abilities and PowersEdit

As a Marine captain, Morgan had command over lower-ranking subordinates and citizens. However, he heavily abused this authority to get whatever he desired.[12] He was eventually stripped of his rank and authority after he was easily beaten by Luffy and Zoro.

Morgan is quite strong, being able to carry around his large axe hand all the time with ease. He was also durable, as he is the sole survivor of Kuro's wrath five years ago, although the reason for his survival was later revealed to be a plot planned by Kuro.[10] He also has knowledge of Devil Fruits despite their rarity in the East Blue, and saw through Monkey D. Luffy's rubbery body as a result.[17]


In battle, Morgan has a massive axe installed in place of his right arm, which was strong enough to slash through an entire fence with one swing through a shock wave and create a small fissure in the ground.[18]



Kuro Breaks Morgan's Jaw

Morgan is defeated by Kuro

Morgan led a largely unremarkable life in the Marines, until the fateful night his crew attacked the Black Cat Pirates, incurring the wrath of the infamous Captain Kuro. With his superhuman speed and deadly claws, Kuro easily massacred all of Morgan's crewmates, leaving Morgan himself just barely alive with a broken jaw and a maimed arm. The defiant Morgan refused to beg for his life, but was spared anyway, as Kuro had long schemed to retire from piracy undisturbed; Morgan, deemed an ideal pawn for this scheme, was hypnotized by Jango into believing that he had captured Kuro, and sent off with a lookalike pirate (hypnotized into believing himself Kuro).[19]

After "Kuro" was executed, Morgan - a mere chief petty officer at the time - was given sole credit for the capture and quickly promoted to lieutenant commander.[3] Within the next three years, his obsession with rank and power carried him even higher, until he was appointed captain of the 153rd Branch and given absolute authority over the surrounding community of Shells Town.[11]

Romance Dawn ArcEdit

By the time Roronoa Zoro arrived at Shells Town, Morgan had become an outright tyrant, extracting high taxes from the townsfolk (who grew to fear the mere mention of his name) and building monuments to himself. None dared challenge his authority, as he had no qualms about killing "traitors", up to and including his own men.[13][1] His son Helmeppo regularly exploited this, forcing the townsfolk to grovel and cater to his every whim.

Luffy vs. Morgan

Axe-Hand Morgan preparing to combat Luffy and Zoro.

When Zoro refused to follow suit, even killing Helmeppo's pet wolf for threatening a local girl named Rika, Morgan indulged his son's request to have the bounty hunter arrested and starved for a month. After nine days of starvation failed to break Zoro's defiance, however, Morgan and Helmeppo decided to instead execute him as a warning to the townsfolk.

Around the same time, reports of the arrest led rookie pirate Monkey D. Luffy and aspiring Marine Koby to Shells Town, partly in hopes of recruiting Zoro. Shortly after arriving, the pair deemed Morgan's rule unjust and resolved to free Zoro, Luffy in particular "introducing" himself to the captain by (accidentally) breaking a newly-finished statue.[20]

Enraged, Morgan sent the rest of the 153rd Branch against Luffy, Zoro, and Koby with orders to kill, only to see his men beaten in a matter of seconds. Unsympathetic, he ordered all of the "defeatists" to commit suicide, and tried to fight Luffy one-on-one, but found his great strength useless against the younger, faster pirate.[16] With his father so easily overpowered, Helmeppo tried to take Koby hostage with a pistol; while this diverted Luffy's attention (and fists), Zoro swiftly cut Morgan down before he could take advantage of it.[21]

On seeing their captain defeated, Morgan's men immediately began celebrating, overjoyed to be free of his tyranny at last. Subsequently, Morgan was imprisoned in the very base he once commanded, while one of his former lieutenants took charge of the 153rd Branch.[22]

The following events are Non-Canon and therefore not considered part of the Canon story.

Loguetown ArcEdit

Upon the issuance of Luffy's Beli30,000,000 bounty, one of the Marines that guarded his cell returned with the pirate's bounty poster in hand. The Marine then snickered and showed Morgan the poster, to which Morgan became agitated.[23]

Concludes non-canon section.

Diary of Koby-MeppoEdit

Morgan's Escape

Morgan escapes, holding Helmeppo hostage.

Morgan was later seen in the series in a chapter title page mini-story, as a prisoner stripped of rank on Vice-Admiral Garp's ship, where both Koby and Helmeppo also happen to be serving.[8] However, Garp had suddenly fallen asleep and was slashed by Morgan,[24] who escaped the ship by using his own son as a hostage.[25] Helmeppo disowned him shortly thereafter [26] and returned to the Marine ship,[27] leaving Morgan alone and drifting on the ocean.[28]

Jango's Dance ParadiseEdit

Morgan Passes Jango

Morgan is seen passing Jango after his escape.

He was seen again as a cameo in Jango's Mini-arc taking a nap in the ocean as Jango unknowingly passes him.[9]

Major BattlesEdit

Early One PieceEdit

Early Morgan

An early Morgan design, included in Volume 1's bonus materials.

Eiichiro Oda initially went through several designs intending for Morgan to look like a "crazier" version of Helmeppo, especially in chin and hairstyle. After an editor belittled these early designs as "lame," Morgan was redesigned to look more sober and intimidating, though he still shared a number of his son's physical traits.

Oda had originally conceived the name 'Chop' for Morgan, but claimed that he "didn't have the nerve" to actually publish it (as "Sailor Chop" (水兵チョップ Suihei choppu?) would have sounded identical to "Horizon Chop" (水平チョップ Suihei choppu?), the latter being a signature move of professional wrestler Giant Baba).[29]

Manga and Anime DifferencesEdit

In the manga, Morgan is shown openly maiming Rokkaku for refusing to pursue Rika, his axe-hand leaving a visible gash in Rokkaku's side. The anime somewhat censors this, omitting any visible blood and re-framing the blow to look like it was delivered with the axe's blunt handle.

The anime also inserts Morgan into the aftermath of the Arlong Park Arc, showing one of his former subordinates taunting him with news of Luffy's Beli30,000,000 bounty.[23]

Translation and Dub IssuesEdit

While Morgan's overall brutality is retained in the 4Kids dub (including all of his threats against Rika, as well as his own men), the specific dialogue is softened in many areas. For instance, his command that his men kill themselves for hesitating against Luffy and Zoro is changed to a veiled threat for them to "shake hands" with his axe-hand.

Like most of the anime's tobacco depictions, his cigar is digitally removed in the 4Kids dub.


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Cultural ReferencesEdit

  • In Gintama Episode 50, an Axe-Hand Morgan look-alike is seen charging towards one of the characters to fight, along with Crocodile and characters from other anime and manga.


  • When Morgan was explaining Devil Fruits to his men, he used two examples: the ability to breathe fire, and another to cause tsunamis, both of which belonged to two world-renowned pirates: the Yonko, Whitebeard, and his subordinate and son of the late Pirate King, Portgas D. Ace; both of which were the first Devil Fruit users to die in the series.[30]
  • Oda has stated that he drew Morgan's name from a real-life pirate.[31] This pirate is most likely Sir Henry Morgan (namesake of the famous rum brand), who also began his career as a law-abiding seafarer.
  • Oda explained in an SBS that had Morgan been a Marine on the Grand Line he would have held the rank of Lieutenant, as there is a three-rank difference between the Headquarters Marines and Auxiliary Marines (Marines stationed in one of the Four Blues).[32]
  • He is the first character in the series to call Luffy by his nickname, "Straw Hat".
  • His favorite food is Haute Cuisine.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 4 and Episode 2, Morgan is introduced.
  2. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 3 (p. 5) and Episode 2, Morgan is first mentioned by Koby to Luffy.
  3. 3.0 3.1 SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 6 (p. 124), Oda speaks of Morgan's former ranks.
  4. One Piece Blue Deep: Characters World (p. 178) , Morgan's birthday is given.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Vivre Card - One Piece Visual Dictionary , Information about Morgan is revealed.
  6. Vivre Card - One Piece Visual Dictionary , Morgan's name is romanized.
  7. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 5, fan question: what does the "Möwe" written on Morgan's chin mean?
  8. 8.0 8.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 10 Chapter 88, cover story: Diary of Koby-Meppo Vol. 5 and Episode 68, Morgan is seen as a prisoner after his arrest.
  9. 9.0 9.1 One Piece Manga — Vol. 15 Chapter 132, cover story: Jango's Dance Paradise Vol. 6, Morgan crosses Jango's boat while falling asleep - to date, his last appearance in the manga canon.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 5 Chapter 37 (p. 15) and Episode 15, Morgan is seen in Kuro's flashback.
  11. 11.0 11.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 4 (p. 12) and Episode 2, Morgan tells/reminds his soldiers how he rose to captain.
  12. 12.0 12.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 3 (p. 20) and Episode 2, Rika tells Luffy and Koby of the 153rd Branch, their enemies.
  13. 13.0 13.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 4 (p. 11) and Episode 2, Morgan slashes Rokkaku for defying an order to kill Rika.
  14. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 3 (p. 12-14) and Episode 2, Helmeppo uses Morgan's rank.
  15. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 4 (p. 8) and Episode 2, Morgan hits Helmeppo with the back of his hand-axe.
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 5 and Episode 3, Morgan fights Luffy.
  17. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 6 (p. 2) and Episode 3, Morgan recognizes the Devil Fruit when seeing Luffy's rubbery body.
  18. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 6 (p. 14) and Episode 3, Morgan's axe-hand cuts nearby fence and wall in two.
  19. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 5 Chapter 37 and Episode 15, Morgan and Kuro's story is revealed.
  20. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 4 and Episode 2, Morgan threatens to execute a subordinate who scratched his statue, only for Luffy to break the entire thing moments later.
  21. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 6 (p. 22) and Episode 3, Morgan's men are easily defeated by Luffy and Zoro, who go on to defeat Morgan (and Helmeppo) as well.
  22. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 7 and Episode 3, Morgan's defeat is immediately celebrated by his own subordinates; later in the day, Ripper introduces himself as the 153rd Branch's acting commander.
  23. 23.0 23.1 One Piece Anime — Episode 45, Morgan is seen in prison as he is shown Luffy's bounty by a Marine soldier.
  24. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 11 Chapter 93, cover story: Diary of Koby-Meppo Vol. 10 and Episode 68, Morgan slashes Garp after the latter falls asleep during his job.
  25. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 11 Chapter 96, cover story: Diary of Koby-Meppo Vol. 12 and Episode 68, Morgan escapes with Helmeppo as a hostage.
  26. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 12 Chapter 102, cover story: Diary of Koby-Meppo Vol. 17 and Episode 68, Helmeppo determines to disown Morgan.
  27. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 12 Chapter 106, cover story: Diary of Koby-Meppo Vol. 20 and Episode 68, Helmeppo returns to the Marine ship after disowning his father Morgan.
  28. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 12 Chapter 105, cover story: Diary of Koby-Meppo Vol. 19 and Episode 68, Morgan is left by his son Helmeppo alone.
  29. One Piece MangaVol. 1 (p. 124), Between Chapters 5 and 6, in a sort of precursor to the SBS, Oda explains the creation of Morgan and Helmeppo, including concept art.
  30. One Piece Anime — Episode 3, Morgan speaks about Devil Fruit users can breath fire and create tsunamis.
  31. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 4 (p. 48), Oda states that Morgan's name comes from a real pirate.
  32. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 29 (p. 26), Oda explains the difference between the captains at Marine bases and those at the Marine Headquarters.

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Devil Fruit Based: Gomu Gomu no Mi  •  Bara Bara no Mi  •  Sube Sube no Mi  •  Moku Moku no Mi  •  Mane Mane no Mi  •  Mera Mera no Mi  •  Ushi Ushi no Mi, Model: Giraffe  •  Bari Bari no Mi  •  Kobu Kobu no Mi  •  Hiso Hiso no Mi   •  Kama Kama no Mi   •  Kachi Kachi no Mi   •  Toro Toro no Mi 
Fighting Styles Based: Black Leg Style  •  Man-Demon Tactics  •  Fish-Man Karate  •  Okama Kenpo  •  Haki
Weapon Based: Santoryu (Wado Ichimonji  •  Sandai Kitetsu  •  Yubashiri )  •  Buggy Balls  •  Usopp's Arsenal (Ginga Pachinko)  •  Cat Claws  •  Kiribachi  •  Rokutoryu  •  Shigure  •  Yamaoroshi  •  Nanashaku Jitte  •  Nunchaku  •  King Cannon
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Story Arcs: East Blue Saga  •  Reverse Mountain Arc  •  Post-Alabasta Arc   •  Post-Enies Lobby Arc  •  Little East Blue Arc   •  Chapter 0  •  Post-War Arc
Cover Stories: Buggy's Crew: After the Battle!  •  Diary of Koby-Meppo  •  Jango's Dance Paradise  •  From the Decks of the World  •  From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc
Movies, Specials, and OVA: One Piece: The Movie  •  Clockwork Island Adventure  •  Episode Special 1  •  Episode of Nami  •  Episode of East Blue  •  One Piece - Defeat Him! The Pirate Ganzack
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