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One Piece Film Red Marine and World Govt. Designs Revealed

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The official One Piece YouTube account has shared a video that reveals the designs for the Marine and World Govt. factions as they will appear in One Piece Film Red. While relatively short, it showcases more than a handful of characters from either group. This includes a character turnaround of each design featured in the video. Four character designs for the Marine faction were shared, whereas seven designs were shared for the World Govt. group.

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Characters that will appear as part of the Marine faction in One Piece Film Red include:

  • Momonga
  • Issho
  • Borsalino
  • Sakazuki

The following characters will appear as part of the World Govt. faction in One Piece Film Red:

  • Blueno
  • Kalifa
  • The Five Elders

You can watch the One Piece Film Red Marine and World Govt. character design video below.

Leading up to the release of One Piece Film Red, character designs for the main cast were shared. This included designs for Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Robin, Jimbei, Brook, Franky, Chopper, Sanji, and Usopp. Each of these characters will have a unique design for the film. Law, Bepo, Bartolomeo, Koby, and Helmeppo will also receive new outfits, as they will also be appearing in the film.

One Piece Film Red will release in Japan on August 6, 2022.

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