Manga[edit | edit source]
The manga has not been released and it is expected to remain so in the future.
Anime[edit | edit source]
First dub[edit | edit source]
In Portugal, the One Piece anime series has been shown on the channels SIC and SIC Radical at first, along with many other anime series, such as Dragon Ball and Digimon. The first broadcast aired in 2004-2005 and stopped at Episode 130, then re-aired again 4 years later on SIC Radical, this time stopping at Episode 102 because of poor ratings. Only the first 50 episodes were dubbed, with the remaining portion being broadcast with Japanese audio and Portuguese subtitles both the times. The studio that dubbed the episodes was Novaga Studios. There were only 2 short scenes censored (listed in the infobox), and none of the opening/ending songs were dubbed except for the openings' narration.
Second dub[edit | edit source]
In December 2012, 112 Studios's Facebook channel announced that the studio would follow up the dub of the series. It was stated in the comments section that it would be "until Episode 143". It's currently unknown if the studio will continue beyond that point, since the show's future in the country largely depends on the ratings.
In January 2013, Biggs's Facebook channel officially revealed that it would begin the "2nd Season" on February 2. The new dub debuted with Episode 51 and ended at Episode 125 on May 23, keeping all of the Straw Hats' original VAs sans Zoro. However, it changed those of some other characters, like Koby's and Helmeppo's. The routine for openings and endings carried on as before.
There were a few errors during the episodes' broadcast, such as endings airing with the wrong music (the 3rd ending only aired alongside 2nd ending's mix; the 4th ending also aired in its first two episodes with the 2nd ending's mix; the 5th ending was broadcast entirely with the 4th ending's mix; the 6th ending was shown with the 4th ending's mix in its first 10 episodes, with the European Spanish version of the song in the Episode 105 and as an instrumental in its last run; the 7th ending aired with the European Spanish version of the 6th ending in the episodes 107-115 and with 8th ending's instrumental from episodes 116 to 118; the 8th ending only played with the instrumental version). The error with the switched-up mixes was temporarily fixed from the episodes 76 to 81, but returned in the aforementioned instances.
Also, during some of the episodes a defective digital signal was sent to the TVs, creating brief glitches that prevented to show the scenes in part, something that has been known to happen with other shows in the channel.
Karoo is called Calú
Alasbasta is called Arabasta
Igaram is called Igarapoi
Third dub[edit | edit source]
On February 9, the special Episode of Merry was aired under the name of One Piece Especial Merry. The episode was part of the Special Carnival Schedule along with the re-air of Episode of Luffy and Episode of Nami.
One Piece: Stampede[edit | edit source]
In September 2019 it was announced at Comic-Con Portugal 2019 that a dub was being made for the movie One Piece: Stampede. The movie premiered on the 28th of November 2019 in Portuguese cinemas with screenings for the subbed and dubbed versions of the movie.
The film brought back the cast of the 2nd and 3rd dubs , replacing Franky, Brook and Chopper's voice actors with new ones (even though their old dubbers were still in the movie as various other characters). All of the recurring characters had the same V.A.'s of the 2nd and 3rd dubs sans Koby and Mihawk . For Koby and Mihawk, the V.A.'s of the first dub were used (The V.A. for Mihawk of the 2nd and 3rd dubs played other characters), and new voice actors were brought in for the characters that hadn't appeared in the Portuguese dub at that point. Basically, every single voice actor of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Portuguese dubs of One Piece appeared in this movie except Fernanda Figueiredo (Kaya , Alvida in the 1st dub), Júlio Martin (Zoro, Captain Morgan and Zeff in the 1st dub) and Ace 's voice actor appeared.
The movie was placed at number 11 in the box office in the opening weekend, which was expected of a movie with a 4-month difference with the original release of a show that no longer airs on Portuguese TV.
Merchandising[edit | edit source]
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